Posts Categorized: Social Studies


How Toxic Multiuclturalism Is Brainwashing the White Race To Abolish Itself (Guest Post)

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  There are many toxic aspects of multiculturalism but one of the most wicked concerns the way it has brainwashed the majority of white people to be ashamed of their own race on some level. Even proud white patriots on the so-called alt-right who are strongly opposed to the relentless transformation of their nations have… Read more »


“I can do what I want because I’m a 5′ 1″, 105 lb libtard regressive”; and the issue of political bigotry

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  A few days ago, a friend of mine posted the following to her Facebook wall: OMG… I am at work and in comes a guy wearing a Hilary deplorable T-shirt. He is actually a customer that I know and have had friendly conversation with. Wow you just never know and now I feel a… Read more »


The Tragedy of War

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Journal entry: January 16, 1858,- Captain, E. Montcreif, Queen’s Light Cavalry.   Tomorrow morning, my young cousin Edward and I sail with the tide for America. Edward’s father purchased a commission for him and he is officially a subaltern (unassigned, lower officer)  in my old cavalry unit, The Queen’s Light Horse. Edward is eighteen and… Read more »

Peculiar Diagnosis

Tis the Quality of the Lie That Matters

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  During the reign of King George I, in 1726, the country village of Goldaming in the county of Surrey had a bizarre incident that was challenging the modern science of obstetrics. John Howard had been practicing midwifery for thirty years. By the standards of the day, he was considered a competent obstetrician. However, conventional… Read more »

Hillary's New Image

Hillary Has A New Image

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Hillary has been losing ground in the recent polls, especially in the battleground states. Let’s face it, Hillary has an image problem. It’s reasonable for her handlers to reach out for a new image and I think they have hit upon a winner. It is definitely an improvement and a step in the right direction…. Read more »

Indo China

The Measure of a Man

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In the fall of ’65. my best friends, Frenchy, Knarley and Barbwire Johnny and I, were guiding a group of serious hunters on the Muskwa River for Elk and Grizzly.  We had some experienced hunters to guide and this always made the hunt more interesting.   These men had done a lot of hunting and… Read more »