An article entitled "Kindness is…"
An article entitled "'2 Million Bikers' roar over Muslims in D.C.
Patriotic Americans mark anniversary of 9/11"
Huge numbers of bikers shown even after having their permit denied, while a tiny number of Muslim show up after getting a permit! The vast majority of those bikers are probably White and a very large number traditionalist. It is not the people who are absent, it is the "leaders". Their are many who call themselves "leaders" but instead of leading a mass movement, they try to dictate and control people which leaves them with a few "followers" in a small social club. In the end, we have ended up with too many leaders who are more interested in their own image and getting the powers that be to say nice things about them then the people they suppose to lead. This type of "leader" has lead to betrayals, stupid actions, like dress codes that serve no real purpose, no Klan, no neo-nazis, no skinheads, no bikers and so on and no Confederate flags at a Southern rally! Also, some will put all the nonwhites together and give them a predominant place so the liberal media won't call them "racist" but it doesn't work. Currently, we have many followers without leaders but somewhere out there are real leaders without followers and that is where the hope lies.
An article entitled "Pro-white sign displayed on bridge in Oregon"
An article entitled "NSM Atlanta Rally"
http://www.occidentaldissent.com/201...atlanta-rally/The NSM and the Klan recently held a joint protest at the Georgia state capitol in Atlanta on Adolf Hitler’s birthday
An article entitled "Prince or schmuck?"
http://www.thepoliticalcesspool.org/...rince-schmuck/Prince Charles wears a Jewish kippah — a skull cap — with his official crest as guest of honour at a ceremony to unveil the new Chief Rabbi.
An article entitled "Black Student Graduation Rates at High-Ranking Colleges and Universities"
Let's face it, many "elite" colleges and Universities are nothing more then places to get dumb rich kids degreed. A few years back read a piece, wish I could find the link, by an Asian Indian studying in India talking about friends with equal test scores one went to an "elite" and excelled and another to a state school and struggled, both university were in the in USA. State schools are for common people to learn. "Elite" schools are for rich to play not work so perfect place for nonwhites.
An article entitled "Black 16-year-olds accused of killing 88-year-old war veteran placed in protective custody after neo-Nazis place $10,000 bounty on them"
An article entitled " Here's The Basic Science Question That 1 In 4 Americans Got Wrong"
I can get the answers they want for every question but can, also, see that half the questions should be thrown out for presenting theory as fact.
Question 1. The molten core theory but competing theories include hollow Earth theory, which often times has an inter-sun but not always as well as other theories of a cool core. 2 Plate tectonics theory competes with catastrophe theory and the age of the Earth is debated and no one can say even if Plate tectonics theory is correct that the plates won't stop moving in the future and theories say they will either naturally or unnaturally. 7 Big Bang Theory key word theory a guess by scientist that they claim is real based on their interoperation of data but data can be misinterpret . 8 True of humans but not all species and not made clear what species talking about. 10 The theory of evolution which the theory of creation competes with.
In time mainstream, scientists turn science into a religion based on faith not fact and accuse those who disagree with them of being heretics.
I had the same thoughts. The study AND reporting are rigged with gliberalism from the word go. The idea of them spewing contempt at people who disagree with evolutionism and the big bang is crazy and indeed offensive!
An article entitled "Roger Scruton: How to Be a Non-Liberal, Anti-Socialist Conservative"
http://www.occidentaldissent.com/201...-conservative/As I have researched the decline and fall of Haiti, I have grown more interested in the origin and spread of the ideas that led to this disaster, and the pathology of the liberal mindset that has sustained it to this day.
This essay by Roger Scruton will serve as a useful point of departure for our next investigation into the roots of modern liberalism – the French Revolution, the American Revolution, the Enlightenment, Endarkment, etc.
Chaos knows no master, for when chaos is mastered, it is not longer chaos.
An article entitled "Does this ever work?"
"Too rich to bribe:" this seems to be a common bit of wishful thinking, but how often does it turn out that the guys best at clawing for money suddenly stop clawing?http://isteve.blogspot.com/2014/04/d...ever-work.htmlThe traditional feudal solution is to make these regional ruling jobs hereditary to encourage the oligarchs to be "stationary bandits" with a long term interest in not despoiling the place too badly because their heirs will inherit it. That doesn't seem like a terribly great solution, but it seems to be better than having "roving bandits" expecting to get their's while the getting's good and fleeing when things get a little too hot for them.
Jews are always "roving bandits" and the core of the oligarchs are Jews!
An article entitled "U.S. Corporations Now Hold Over $2 Trillion In Untaxed Profits Overseas: Study"
Let see if a U.S. citizen has money overseas they are taxed on that but a U.S. corporation has the same rights and privileges as a individual and does not pay taxes on overseas money so they don't have the same obligations? A republic is rule of law. A democracy is ruled of man (mob) or in the case of the USA federal judges (lawyers). When laws are made and unmade at the whim of man, injustice rules.
Incredible news. Meanwhile they're telling citizens (mosty not rich) that every penny of their own money they stash abroad has to be reported to the fedgov. Expat gurus are warning of the deadly seriousness of these new DICTATES.
(I refuse to use the word "mandate".)
An article entitled "Wheel of Fortune contestant loses a million dollars"
http://www.thepoliticalcesspool.org/...llion-dollars/For a million dollars, can you correctly pronounce Achilles?
“Wheel of Fortune” contestant Julian from Indiana University could not, and became a viral sensation Friday when he embarrassingly bungled several seemingly easy answers. For his effort, he lost $1 million and a car in the process.
In one game, Julian had guessed every letter and had attempted to solve the puzzle for “Mythological Hero Achilles.”
Julian pronounced “Achilles” “A-chill-us” and lost the money.