Friday, June 24, 2016
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What to say? Good news takes some getting used to.

How about: Take that, globalists!

Or: Nationalists of the one-word-goverment, disunite!

Next up, Frexit, Nexit -- and US out of UN.

Sky's the limit.



Ed Cline (above), a good friend and also supporter of American Betrayal, is the patriot on the ISIS kill list who needs help.

The story below conveys the essential details of this real-life trauma in the actual life of an American citizen, circa 2016, but the effect is surreal, dystopic. It is happening here, and we are discovering that we are now and perhaps for all time powerless to stop it. 

Surely, though, we can help our fearless compatriot in his time of need.

From Western Rifle Shooters Association blog by Matt Bracken:

Ed Cline is an Air Force veteran, a prolific author [Edward Cline – Wikipedia], essayist and counter-jihadist...

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This is the back page of Friday's Weekend Arts II section, a full-page advertisement for an upcoming auction at Bonhams in London to include this Warhol silkscreen of Mao, the Communist monster responsible for the deaths of 80 to 100 million -- or more -- human beings. His portrait is expected to sell for between $820,000 and $1.1 million. 

What sort of society looks on this face, prizes it, showcases it, turns it into a sign of success and sophistication?

It is the same society that glows and puffs up with sacrosanct pride over the two democratic leaders, Churchill and FDR, sitting alongside the mass murderer "Uncle Joe" Stalin, estimated to have killed 60 million human beings, revealed to have been at this same moment of solidarity successfully deploying a Communist intelligence army of occupation against his two "allies," and successfully surbverting their nations...

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In October 2015 I gave this talk at the Social Contract Workshop outside Washington, DC, (and forgot to post it).

It examines the ideology behind the immigration crisis, reframed as a war on law and nation waged by governing elites in both Europe and the US seeking to repopulate our countries. How did this all come about? How, for example, did we get from the 1920s, when the question, "How might immigration benefit the American people?" was on Congress's mind, to today, when Congress drives masses of migrants/refugees into our cities, towns and communities?

  







In essence, my 2007 book, The Death of the Grown-Up: How America's Arrested Development Is Bringing Down Western Civilization, was an extended rumination on the cultural factors that made Americans unable to talk about, study, teach, debate, let alone face and ward off Islam like "grown-ups" -- honestly, logically, fearlessly. It is a cultural history of how Americans and other Western peoples evolved into the perfect dhimmi. 

Today, the taboo against telling the truth about our Islamic crisis, just like the Islamic crisis itself, is far worse because it has been institutionalized, deeply rooted, selected for, and otherwise set in the postmodern equivalent of stone.

After...

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