Sunday, October 24, 2010

Intellectual Terrorism....From an Article by Dr. Tomislav Sunic

"Although America prides itself on its First Amendment, free speech in higher education and the media is subject to didactic self censorship. Expression of politically incorrect opinions can ruin the careers of, or hurt the grades of those who are “naive” enough to trust their First Amendment rights. It is a growing practice among tenured professors in the USA to give passing grades to many of their minority students in order to avoid legal troubles with their peers at best, or to avoid losing a job at worst.

In a similar vein, according the the Fabius-Gayssot law, proposed by a French Communist deputy and adopted in 1990, a person uttering in public doubts about modern antifascist victimology risks serious fines or imprisonment. A number of writers and journalists from France and Germany committed suicide, lost their jobs, or asked for political asylum in Syria, Sweden or America.

Similar repressive measures have been recently enacted in multicultural Australia, Canada and Belgium. Many East European nationalist politicians, particularly from Croatia, wishing to visit their expatriate countrymen in Canada or Australia are denied visa by those countries on the grounds of their alleged extremist nationalistic views. For the time being Russia, and other post-communist countries, are not subject to the same repressive thought control as exists in the USA or the European Union. Yet, in view of the increasing pressure from Brussels and Washington, this may change.

Contrary to widespread beliefs, state terror, i.e. totalitarianism is not only a product of violent ideology espoused by a handful of thugs. Civic fear, feigned self-abnegation, and intellectual abdication create an ideal ground for the totalitarian temptation. Intellectual terrorism is fueled by a popular belief that somehow things will straighten out by themselves. Growing social apathy and rising academic self-censorship only boost the spirit of totalitarianism. Essentially, the spirit of totalitarianism is the absence of all spirit".

Found this, of all places, in Pravda. Can you imagine, the former Soviet mouthpiece more honest than the American and European press? The worm has turned. Dr. Sunic realizes the road to totalitarianism is built with the bricks of political correctness, hate speech legislation, and intellectual dishonesty. Read the entire piece here. Its an article from 2002, in the archives, but non-the-less timely and on target.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Stuck on Stupid

Margaret Thatcher tried to save Britain in 1978. If you read her Conservative manifesto here, its an unnerving comparison of liberal and Labour party versus common sense conservative values. I say unnerving, as you can change the date from 1978 to 2010, and her criticisms of liberals are applicable to Barack Obama's vision for America. British and American liberals are definitely stuck on stupid, and America in particular has been since the days of Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson. Down with Progressives and progressivism, as its just socialism with a fake mustashe.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

I Smell a Rat...Have the Anti-Federalist Founders Been Proven Right?

Were the Anti-Federalists Wrong?
Wayne D. Carlson

In the great debates that occurred in each of the 13 Independent Republics, to consider the momentous question of rejection or ratification of the newly proposed Constitution in 1787, there were no small number of great and learned men that vehemently opposed, and warned against, the adoption of that document. History remembers them as the "Antifederalists". In Virginia alone, no less than "the trumpet of the Revolution", Patrick Henry stood opposed. George Mason, who is credited with writing the Virginia Bill of Rights which became the model for the Constitution's, joined him in opposition. It was Richard Henry Lee that first presented to Congress, in June of 1776, the resolution that the thirteen "United Colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent States." He too, joined Henry and Mason in principled objection to ratification of the Constitution, as written. As editor Isaac Kramnick states in the introduction to The Federalist Papers, "In state after state, often only a handful of votes separated the pro-Constitution forces and the defeated opponents of the Constitution. In light of the growing centralization and tyranny of the Federal government today, perhaps it is high time we considered some of the arguments of those like Henry who said, "I smell a rat".

Professor Marshall L. DeRosa, in his 1991 "The Confederate Constitution of 1861:An Inquiry into American Constitutionalism", notes that the primary objection of those opposing this new Constitution, lay in its ambiguity concerning the "locus", or place, in which ultimate sovereignty resided. Sovereignty, of course, denotes supreme political authority, which the Antifederalists were anxious to preserve to their States..... read more here.


The individual States must press their 10th Admendment rights, or our Republic will perish. Thank God for the brave Arizona and Governor Jan Brewer for resisting the oppressive Federal monster. Hurrah for Arizona! Now, our own Federal capital has joined forces with 13 other foriegn nations to to fight one of our own soveriegn States. This is disgraceful. If anything should make a patriot pick up a rifle and march to sound of gunfire is this outrage lead by the Progressive Marxist Obama administration.

Its time, tea party time if you will, to chop down this huge Federal bureaucracy that has forgotten that it works for us, not the other way around. By all thats in you, resist, resist, RESIST>

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Growing Resistance In Europe to Sharia..Part II

Continuation of the growing unrest among native born Swedes of Jihadi migration. This is what I don't understand about the left. Why would one desire or want to import foreign cultures that refuse to assimilate, and ultimately want to replace your Constitutional democracy with Sharia. This is deliberately swallowing a toxic substance. Some musical groups, such as Saga, are part of the young Swedish movement to change the left wing Government thats tolerated a massive invasion of Muslims into Sweden in the last 20 years. Hear Saga sing here, as you watch Paris burning during the Jihadi riots.