The Religion of Egalitarianism-Part 1

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Yesterday, Iowa politician Steve King sparked controversy at the RNC by stating the historical fact that white people created most of Western Civilization. Somehow, somewhere along the way, it became racist to tell the truth about history. Leftists were quick to call King a “white supremacist”, ignoring the fact that he was simply defending himself against an anti-white racist complaining about “old white men”. As Steve Sailor said in his blog, this was an “emperor has no clothes” moment. Everyone on that panel knows what King said was true, yet they acted outraged nonetheless. It still blows my mind that what King said, which was respectful in tone and not derogatory to anyone, is called racist. It just proves the word has no meaning anymore. Using this story as a starting point, I want to explore how radical egalitarianism, or what I call Leftism, has become a religion.

It should be…

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Soldiers of Odin, Europe’s Notorious Anti-Immigration Group, Is Beginning to Form Cells in Canada

Soldiers of Odin, Europe’s Notorious Anti-Immigration Group, Is Beginning to Form Cells in Canada | VICE | United States – Operating in a structure very similar to a motorcycle club, the grou…

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Hillary’s 60 Minute Interview Reveals a Diabolical Narcissist With a Persecution Complex

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SHE CLAIMS THERE’S AN UNFAIR “HILLARY STANDARD” FOR HER ALONE.
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Poor Hillary. Look at how much she’s suffered for YOU, you ungrateful bastards. Shame on you. This lovely woman soldiers on for YOU.

That’s Hill’s message in her 60 Minutes interview, joined by her VP selection, Tim Kaine, a totally cucked weak, wimpy, anti-white, white male.

Excerpt from the Daily Mail

As anchor Scott Pelley turned the interview to emails and Benghazi, the two main lines of attacks that the Republicans have repeatedly launched against Clinton, the presidential hopeful revealed she believed there was a ‘Hillary Standard’.

Pelley brought up a young man he had talked to, who said he would vote for Hillary except for that ‘corruption problem’.

‘As I talked to him further, he didn’t quite know what he meant by that. But that was his impression and concern. Why do you think people say that about you?’

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UK: Muslims who tried to abduct RAF serviceman at knife-point part of larger gang

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MarhamWinston Churchill lead the British to victory over the Nazis.

Who will be the next Churchill to lead the British to victory over the Muslims?

Or is it too late for the British?

England had 5,700 recorded cases of FGM in 2015-16

Source: UK: Muslims who tried to abduct RAF serviceman at knife-point part of larger gang

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Anatomy of an Insurgency: A look at #BlackLivesMatter

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Recent escalations against various urban police forces by the BlackLivesMatter movement, in conjunction with members of militant “black liberation” organizations, has renewed my dormant interest in the nature, structure, and anatomy of insurgency movements. So what defines an insurgency? Are insurgencies & insurgent organizations similar, or do they vary in a material way? Luckily, the US military has been studying this question for a long time, and we can draw some insights from the way they view and categorize insurgencies.

It should be fairly obvious that no two insurgencies are identical, and no insurgency is unique in all aspects. Insurgencies tend to share some combination of tactics, objectives, and strategy. They also all tend to pass through similar stages of development during their existence. These similarities allow us to construct a framework for evaluating insurgencies, and for comparing and contrasting between insurgency movements. So let’s look at a few definitions to set the stage.

Definitions


Insurgency – a lengthy socio-political military struggle directed…

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