Category Archives: Politics

John Rawls and Modern American Liberalism

Professor Garrett Ward Sheldon of the University of Virginia at Wise gives a 70-minute lecture on John Rawls and his book A Theory of Justice. John Rawls is considered one of the greatest political philosophers of the 20th century. Lecture … Continue reading

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Understanding Islam VII – Filling in the background

UNDERSTANDING ISLAM VII When Damascus opened its gates to the Muslim army of Abu ‘Ubaidah ibn al-Jarrdh in 635 AD, three years after the death of Muhammad, its citizens little dreamt what a force they would eventually unleash upon themselves … Continue reading

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Islam Conquest and Expansion

Understanding Islam VI Coercion and armed conflict or the threat of it, played a pivotal role in the rapid rise and expansion of Islam in Arabia, Syria, North Africa, Persia and Central Asia after the death of Muhammad Islam, This … Continue reading

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Katie Hopkins investigates the murder of white farmers in South Africa

Katie Hopkins, like Lauren Southern, has embarked on a project to document the plight of white farmers in South Africa. She has issued a series of short videos of her visit to South Africa as an introduction to a documentary … Continue reading

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South Africa: anti-white racism and the murder of white farmers

The video below speaks for itself. It’s about circumstances that are never mentioned in the Australian media. Lauren Southern is a well-known youtuber.

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Mark Latham on Tony Abbott

The following article appeared in the Daily Telegraph 26 November 2017.  It is also on Mark Latham’s Outsiders website. It is sound advice for Turnbull whose vanity will be an immovable obstacle to following it. Latham could have added that … Continue reading

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Facebook – policing our thoughts

It is another frightening  indication of how deeply Marxism or a Marxist mentality has penetrated Western Society. Who would have dreamt in the 1960s during all that agitation about censorship that a social media company in the 21st century could … Continue reading

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President Donald Trump’s Christmas speech

President Trump has consistently defended Western Society and its Christian foundations. His Christmas speech is one more welcome incident. Today’s the day that I’ve been looking very much forward to all year long. It’s one that we have heard and … Continue reading

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Immediate signs of a gathering persecution

The photo above is a cropped photo of a mural on the wall of Botany Bay Hotel Newtown. The most offensive part of the mural has been removed. The full mural was posted with much admiration and approval by Nick Connellan … Continue reading

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That Knighthood and Tony Abbott’s ideas on cultural links

Media commentators in Australia who describe themselves as conservative or are described by others as conservative joined the media frenzy in response to Tony Abbott’s awarding a knighthood to Prince Philip. In the main, the reasons for their outrage and … Continue reading

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