Sunday, March 27, 2016

Marxism Failed the World, but Captured Western Academia !

One of the great lessons of the 20th century, paid for with the suffering and blood of hundreds of millions, is that communism was a failure in both economy and governance. This was demonstrated repeatedly with the fall of the Soviet Union, the switch in China from communes and central planning to capitalism, the vast slaughter of the Khmer Rouge, the breakdown of the Cuban economy, and the starving prison house that is North Korea.

The one place that Marxism has succeeded is in conquering academia in Europe and North America. And now it's infecting parts of Australian universities. Marxism-Leninism is now the dominant model of history and society being taught in Western universities and colleges. Faculties of social science and humanities disguise their Marxism under the label "post-colonialism," anti-"social justice." And while our educational institutions laud "diversity" in gender, race, sexual preference, religion, national origin, etc., diversity in opinion, theory, and political view is nowhere to be seen. So our students hear only the Marxist view, and take it to be established truth.
neoliberalism, and the quest for equality and

The truth about Marx's communist tenants are never revealed in their entirety because they would scare the pants off the ignorant university students. That's why I have exposed the true absurd nature of Marx's ''Manifesto'' back in March, 2013. It should shock any idiot thinking embracing it.

Post-colonialism is the view that all ills in the world stem from Western imperialism and colonialism. The hierarchical caste system in India, that disenfranchises half the population as "untouchables," is, according to postcolonial analysis, and invention of the British while they governed India. So too with tribes in Africa, allegedly invented by the British colonial authorities to "divide and conquer" the native African, who previously had all mixed together happily with no divisions and no conflicts.

So too in Central Asia, where, thanks to Soviet colonial authorities, "formerly fluid hybridities and contextual identifications were stabilized, naturalized, and set into a particular mold that gave each group a definitive history, physiognomy, mentality, material culture, customs, language, and territory," according to one postcolonial author. Apparently, according to the postcolonial view, history and culture in India, Africa, and Central Asia started with the arrival of outsiders in recent centuries.

The West is threatened not by materialist decadence, but by academic-fostered self-hate.

In the Middle East, problems and disorder began, according to post-colonialism, with the Sykes-Picot arbitrary boundaries imposed by the West after WWI, and the imposition of the "foreign and colonialist" Jews on the "indigenous" Palestinians. Unnoticed by post-colonialists are the Persian, Hittite, Roman, Byzantine, Arab, Mongol, and Ottoman imperial conquests that made up much of Middle Eastern history, or the unending tribal conflicts beyond the control of imperial authorities. Once again, for post-colonialists, local and regional cultures were benign, and history began with Western imperialism in recent centuries.

The dirtiest word in the Marxist vocabulary is "neoliberal," which stands for an economy based on capitalist principles and processes. Students have learned that "neoliberal" is equivalent to evil. Two students, independently, recently said to me that "we need to replace capitalism," although they had no suggestions about what to replace it with. That half the world tried to replace capitalism in the 20th century, with disastrous results, they apparently had no idea. That capitalism has brought unparalleled prosperity, if not peace and happiness, is unknown to students. They have been taught that the only products of capitalism are exploitation and oppression. Globalization is taught as the expansion of exploitation and oppression worldwide. The great economic developments in Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, Thailand, and the economic progress in Africa, is terra incognita to students, taught only problems but no successes.

Students are taught that the primary value is equality: not liberal equality of opportunity, but the equality of result idealized in Marxist theory. They are not taught, and give no thought to complementary values, such as freedom and prosperity. Equality of result is advocated under the guise of "social justice," which means redistribution of wealth. Students rail against the "1%," unaware that most members of that category are salaried doctors, lawyers, and businessmen who earn their top wages. Nor do they understand that stock ownership is widespread in Western societies, by both private individuals and public institutions, such as pension funds and universities.

The Way I See It......the Marxism taught in colleges and universities is anti-Western, seeing the West as no more than a source of conquest, oppression, and exploitation. Consequently, non-Western cultures are upheld as purer, more decent, and fairer than Western culture. The alliance between Marxist politics and Islamism as seen in the support of Hamas, Hezbollah, and the Muslim Brotherhood follows logically. Students now see themselves as defenders of Islam, along with all other non-Western cultures, although they know little about these other cultures and their histories.

It has been imagined that the West would fall through materialist decadence; but now it appears that the West is most at risk from self-hate, fostered by the treason of the academics.

The no-Resolve West Keeps Shifting the Titanic's Deck Chairs !

Here’s a sobering fact for you: last week in Brussels, Isis sympathisers killed five times as many civilians in one hour as British airstrikes have killed or injured Isis fighters in Syria since December. At the last count, in late February, British airstrikes over Syria had killed or hurt just seven Isis fighters in three months. Seven. Not even 10; seven. In Brussels, a small gang of Isis fanboys killed 35 civilians. 

There’s no doubting the chasm that now exists between our leaders’ rhetoric about Isis and the action they’re willing to take against it. They describe Isis as a colossal, existential threat to Western values, yet they send no men, no ground troops, to wage war against it. Just the occasional manned flight or some flying robots…

This is the defining feature of the Isis era: the West has the military might to fight Isis, but not the moral conviction. It has the machinery, the men, but it lacks the thing every warrior needs: a deep belief in what he’s fighting for, in this case the idea that our enlightenment values, our free, open societies, are superior to their backward way of life. We in the West agree that we hate Isis, but we don’t agree that the Western way of life is something worth defending, or even something we should be especially favourable about anymore… Laws and codes against Islamophobia represent the institutionalisation of relativism, the suppression of loud and proud defences of the virtues of Western life and thought.

The split screen told the story: on one side, images of the terror bombing in Brussels; on the other, Barack Obama doing the Wave with Raúl Castro at a baseball game in Havana. Bloody Amazing !

On one side, the real world of rising global terrorism. On the other, the Obama fantasy world in which romancing a geopolitically insignificant Cuba — without an ounce of democracy or human rights yielded in return — is considered a seminal achievement of American diplomacy. DUMB ASS !   What kind of message does it send to be yukking it up with Raúl even as Belgian authorities are picking body parts off the floor of the Brussels airport?

Obama came into office believing that we had vastly exaggerated the threat of terrorism and allowed it to pervert both our values and our foreign policy. He declared a unilateral end to the global war on terror and has downplayed the threat ever since.

The Way I See’s now been seven years. The real world has stubbornly refused to accommodate Obama’s pacific dreams. The Islamic State has grown from JV team to worldwide threat, operating from Libya to Afghanistan, Sinai to Belgium. It is well into the infiltration phase of its European campaign, with 500 trained and hardened cadres in place among the estimated 5,000 jihadists returned from the Middle East. The increasing tempo and sophistication of its operations suggest that it may be poised for a continent-wide guerrilla campaign.

In the face of this, Obama remains inert, unmoved, displaying a neglect and insouciance that borders on denial. His non-reaction to the Belgian massacre — his 34-minute speech in Havana devoted 51 seconds to Brussels — left the world as stunned as it was after the Paris massacre, when Obama did nothing. Worse, at his now notorious November news conference in Turkey, his only show of passion regarding Paris was to berate Islamophobe.

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani ripped into President Barack Obama for attending a baseball game in Cuba yesterday afternoon instead of jumping on his plane and coming home after the Brussels attacks.
'You don't send a picture of yourself laughing ,while people have just been blown up at a level the equivalent of September 11 to one of our allies,' said Giuliani, mayor of New York at the time of deadly 2001 terrorist attacks. 

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With the world on fire, the American president goes on ideological holiday.

Sunday, March 6, 2016

Who Would Make TIME's ''Muslim of the Year'' ?

A traditional ritual is reflecting on the past year, and as Time Magazine does, anointing the most prominent person of 2015. Indeed, 2015 has been for all practical purposes the “Year of the Muslim.” So I will satirically recognize the most influential “Muslim of the Year,” someone who has cleverly through various means, radically changed the world order and most furthered the Islamic caliphate based on the death of all infidels to Allah.
The contestants were Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the supreme leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran; Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, leader of ISIS (Islamic State); Bashar al-Assad, the dictator president of Syria; Mullah Akhtar Mansour and Akhund, co-leaders of the Taliban; Sayed Hassan-Nasrallah, head of Hezbollah; Khaled Mashai, leader of Hamas; Nihad Awad, executive director of the Council for American Islamic Relations; and none other than our fraudulently twice-elected president, Barack Hussein Obama.

No other Muslim has done as much, particularly given his power as president of the United States, to further Allah’s goal of a Christian and Jew-free world. The Holy Quran, as Obama likes to call it, teaches that this false god’s will must be obeyed and that all infidels must perish from the earth. As the inscription reads on a ring the ''Muslim of the Year'' has worn since college, “There is no god but Allah,” his actions and non-actions have paid homage to his real and only “deity.” Indeed, Obama can issue all the Christmas messages he falsely utters to the American people and the world – pretending to be a Christian for political expediency, subterfuge and dastardly cover – but after seven years of his presidency, “We the People” are no longer fooled. You do not have to be Donald Trump to see reality at this point. And here is the concrete proof.
Notwithstanding that Obama’s Kenyan father was a Muslim – who, ironically, was deported from the United States as having been illegally here under an expired visa – the president’s actions and non-actions in unconstitutionally pushing through a fatal and disastrous nuclear treaty with Iran in 2015 speaks for itself. And, even if the neutered and corrupt elephant of the Republican Party establishment stood by and effectively allowed this to happen – including but hardly limited to presidential candidates Sen. Marco Rubio and Gov. Chris Christie – the simple and uncontroverted fact is that the Islamic Republic is now just days away from assembling atomic bombs that will be trained on Israel, the United States and Western Europe.

Even if this designated terrorist state does not immediately use them on us, the threat that atomic weapons could reign down is enough to allow these Iranian Shiites to have nearly free reign to further the caliphate of Allah. Obama knows this, and by entering into this existential threat of a treaty, without the legally mandated and proper advice and consent of the U.S. Senate as constitutionally required by our Founding Fathers, he has done more to advance the goals of an Islamic caliphate than any terrorist or group could have ever hoped to achieve. We the People now stand on the precipice of an Islamic nuclear Holocaust that could wipe out not just Christians and Jews but cement the Muslim caliphate against Hindus, Buddhists, Shintos and other world religions that do not accept Allah and his degenerate Prophet Muhammad as god.

Then there is Obama’s so-called confusion and inaction in wiping out ISIS. Those on the right and elsewhere on the non-leftist political spectrum are afraid to call it like it is for fear of being branded racists against our first black leader, and instead attribute this to the president’s alleged weakness. Even Fox News, which thank God exists to counter CNN, the “Communist News Network” and its pathetic and perverse ultra-leftist sister MSNBC, avoids saying it like it is. Obama deserves the title of “Muslim of the Year,” and his championship heavyweight ring is not likely to be removed any time soon. He knows what his calculated actions have wrought – the most powerful and well-financed terrorist organization in the history of the world, far surpassing the fictional “Spectre” of James Bond 007 fame.

The Way I See It......thanks in large part to Obama, there now exists ISIS and its Islamic state, coupled with a nuclear Islamic Iran, with the means and money to eventually achieve Allah’s goal of worldwide domination by Muslims and extinction of the rest of us.

I can go on and on, but space limitations limit me from providing even more proof why this most regrettable and dangerous commander in chief deserves the award of “Muslim of the Year.” While the embedded Time Magazine cover is parody and satire, the real-world facts behind this are not.

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

The Great Multicultural Con Job !

In the 70s, multiculturalism was sold to the people as the tolerant, moral alternative to earlier evil policies of assimilation and integration. But assimilation and integration were not intolerant ideas. On the contrary, these policies invited migrants to Australia with the promise they, too, could become Australians and enjoy the values that made Australia the country of first choice for millions.

When migrants arrived in postwar Australia, there was a sense of obligation to the new country. The transformation of thousands of poor, displaced migrants into comfortable middle-class Australians in a matter of a few generations is one of the great success stories of integration. The traditional three-way contract was simple: majority tolerance, minority loyalty and government vigilance in both directions.

Becoming a citizen meant accepting responsibilities in return for clearly understood rights and privileges. A migrant renounced “all other allegiances” to swear loyalty to Australia.

More than 40 years later, asking for minority loyalty is regarded as a sign of intolerance. Against a backdrop of entrenched multiculturalism and a human rights frenzy pushing the right to be “separate but equal”, it’s now a case of the host nation owing the migrant.

The great multicultural con is that its proponents deliberately refused to define the term. They opted for feel-good ambiguity. So it meandered along meaning different things to different people. To some, it meant no more than promoting a culturally diverse society loyal to core institutions and core values. Meanwhile, a more virulent form took root, emphasising ethnic rights to be separate but equal, promoting cultural and moral relativism and identity politics where immigrants were no longer Australians, or even “new” Australians.

Worse, multiculturalism demanded that we tolerate the intolerant. To be sure, tolerance is a worthy goal. But it’s meaningful only when tempered with moral judgments about what is right and what is wrong.  When migrants arrive in this country they their first responsibility was to learn English and their second responsibility was to get a job. Somewhere along the line I think we lost sight of things as basic and as important as that. That is a date we must all be able to be part of.