Please don’t light up another monument to show you care about Nice. Terrorists aren’t moved & all it does is highlight our collective impotence.

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Every time a terrorist event happens governments around the world think we must show our disgust and solidarity by lighting up national monuments. It is all bull. It does nothing. There isn’t a human being on the planet with a pulse who could possibly view the Nice attack as anything other than senseless tragedy. The futures of parents, children, grandparents, friends and colleagues get traumatised forever by such action. We naturally grieve for these poor souls. What does lighting up monuments show other than utter Western impotence? 8 attacks in 18 months in France. Think about it. Charlie Hebdo, Paris, stabbed policeman and wife, beheaded factory boss, Nice, the US soldiers that overpowered a nutcase with an Ak-47 on a train and so on.

In 2016 alone we have lit up monuments around the world to pray for Paris, Brussels Airport, Orlando, Turkey and now surely Nice too. I get why it is done. To show our…

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Retreating American Infrastructure

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It starts as a simple act of pragmatism, and maybe one of ingenuity; but, American towns are improving roads by removing them. It is becoming so common that the news doesn’t mention it, towns that can’t afford to repair paved roads are returning to gravel. Aside from the positive and negative impacts of gravel (that’s natural but dusty) versus concrete and asphalt (which pollute more but are better surfaces), returning to gravel is a retreat inspired by insufficient finances.

“the American Society of Civil Engineers gives the country’s roads a D grade” – Wired

Signs of an improving economy would suggest an improving infrastructure; but evidently that’s not the case in rural areas. More than half the states in the United States have unpaved roads. While that may be an affordable option for roads, such options aren’t as readily available for other types of infrastructure like bridges, dams, and…

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Skinhead Attitude Spreading Across Italy: The Rage of Awakening Italian Fascist Youth

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_74536165_copyofhi003096398“It’s inside you,” says Fulvio, head of the SPQR skinheads.

“You can feel it grow and you realise you can’t sit by and watch while things are happening that you don’t like. One of the survivors of the Social Republic [the last phase of Mussolini’s fascist state] paid us the biggest compliment in a way, when he said, ‘In our day, you couldn’t sit on the fence. You were on one side or the other. It was easier because you were forced to choose. But you lot today, what do you do it for?’

“In the early 90s, people just saw us as ignorant, drunken louts. We have had to break down a lot of prejudices to get the right to accept us. There were a lot of tensions in those days, not like now. For us, being skinheads is a framework; it’s a way of life, but it’s not the most…

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Netanyahu: Israel Will Not Accept African Refugees


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The ethnostate is passe’, antiquated only for non-jewish nations. Ask the jewish intellligentsia.

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As we know it is impossible for Jews to be racist. Thus, we can be sure that Jews understand that Israel must become multicultural and multiracial.

To deny the hundreds of millions of black as coal Africans the opportunity to enjoy the freedom and prosperity of Israel is racist. All you European and American Jews must do your part to see to it that the teeming hoards of Africa are granted a home in Israel.

To do otherwise would be an offense against your God.

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In spite of the “true and undying friendship” with Africa that Israel’s Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu proclaimed on his just ended visit to East Africa, Israel will not accommodate thousands of Africans seeking asylum.

Little of PM Netanyahu’s proclamation is reflected in his country’s handling of at least 42,147 people, mostly from Eritrea and the Darfur region of Sudan, whose fate is in…

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