Monthly Archives: October 2016

Unmasking Saul Alinsky: ‘A wolf in sheep’s clothing’

It is a tragic fact that most people in the West’s liberal democracies have never heard of the name Saul Alinsky, let alone know who he is. Tragic because Saul Alinsky probably takes the title for the most evil and … Continue reading

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Burke’s Catholic conservatism

An unbiased reader of Burke’s writings, one familiar with the history of Catholic theology and philosophy, could not help thinking that Edmund Burke was as close to being Catholic as one could be without officially belonging to the Church. Garrett Ward Sheldon in … Continue reading

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‘The end of ideology?’

‘Words have no meaning if Islamic terror is simply garden-variety violence’ Robert P. Barnidge Jr. is a professor of international relations at Webster University and at the University of Haifa. He is author of “Self-Determination, Statehood, and the Law of … Continue reading

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‘Doctor accuses gay lobby of censoring controversial book’

‘AUSTRALIANS’ right to freedom of speech has been called into question with a commercial printer’s refusal to print a book written by Toowoomba family doctor David van Gend on the same-sex marriage debate. ‘President of the Australian Marriage Forum, Dr … Continue reading

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The Clinton dirty tricks campaign

The Project Veritas Action group infiltrated the Clinton dirty tricks campaign running in tandem with the official campaign. They made up several videos from their clandestine filming showing the lead organisers boasting about their tactics. One says: ‘It doesn’t matter what the legal and … Continue reading

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Judaism and Democracy – a contradiction?

The central goal of the conservative is to protect the cultural integrity of the nation he is a part of, without denying that change is necessary from time to time. Indeed, change is an essential part of conserving one’s cultural … Continue reading

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Were there Three Enlightenments?

Most people who refer to the Enlightenment (either generally as a period that set the social and political standards for our modern era, or more specifically as a support for their ideological views) are in fact referring to an intellectual … Continue reading

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The Greens’ campaign to render the churches impotent

The Australian Greens is a Marxist political party of extreme regressive tendencies foremost of which is the implacable urge to destroy bourgeois society with its execrable cultural and industrial structure. For the mind not clouded by the poisonous haze of … Continue reading

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The life and works of Edmund Burke

A COMMENTARY ON PART ONE OF JESSE NORMAN’S BOOK, Edmund Burke: Philosopher, Politician and Prophet. by Gerard Wilson Jesse Norman has an impressive CV. His school education was at Eton. He went up to Oxford University where he was a … Continue reading

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The break with Edmund Burke’s Club

A number of people have contacted me to ask why I suddenly parted company with Edmund Burke’s Club after having put so much time and effort into building and promoting the organization. One surprised correspondent said that I was the … Continue reading

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