Imagine Ayn on Wokery!

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Mon, 2020-08-03 06:55

In this, her last public appearance, four months before she died at 77, "The Bravest [and sharpest] Man in America" chided American businessmen for being apologetic. I can't imagine what she would say about the current cowardly craven corporate capitulation to Wokery. Or the capitulation to Wokery by the Institute bearing her name, fronted by scweeching Yawon the Histewical:

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New Zealanders Must Do Better!!!

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Submitted by Grant Jones on Mon, 2020-08-03 02:11

The Filth doesn't like how New Zealand's sci-fi fans have conducted this year's completely irrelevant Hugo Awards. It seems that George R.R.


Marshall Walker: Music For Life discussions on RNZ

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Submitted by Olivia on Sat, 2020-08-01 02:45

These discussions produced and available on RNZ - for however long they elevate “whiteness” in music - are wonderfully enjoyable to listen to.


Liberals Go After Tucker Carlson, Again

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Submitted by Olivia on Fri, 2020-07-31 05:35

By Olivia Pierson
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30th July 2020

Liberals have been viciously going after Tucker Carlson ever since his show on Fox News turned into a runaway success for the network over the last four years.

In November of 2018, after a left-wing journalist posted Carlson’s home address online, an ANTIFA mob congregated outside his house chanting, “Tucker Carlson, we will fight, we know where you sleep at night.” The group who called themselves “Smash Racism D.C.,” tweeted out photos of the Carlson property and its address. This is the same group who chased Senator Ted Cruz and his wife Heidi out of a restaurant during the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings. They told Cruz that he “was not safe.”

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Touch and Go ... — by Lindsay Perigo on Fri, 2020-07-31 07:26

Now That it’s Up to Judith

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Submitted by Olivia on Fri, 2020-07-31 05:31

By Olivia Pierson
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[Edit: This is now two weeks old, but it still holds in my opinion. Judith will deserve to win this year’s election only inasmuch as she will hold to National’s founding principles. Boring, tawdry sexual misconduct issues definitely do not count as that.]

16th July 2020

In just one interview yesterday evening, a thrilled Judith Collins reminded New Zealanders that there still happens to be a few adults left in the room of politics.

Strong and confident in front of the press, while still being able to retain a sense of humour – “I think it might be time for a drink,” Judith, not Jacinda, is the woman who could breathe some fresh air back into this stale country.

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Bill Barr Hearing in Front of the House Judiciary Committee

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Submitted by Olivia on Wed, 2020-07-29 04:26

Watch this Rock of a Man hold his own in the face of slithery, evil liars and manipulators.

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You Won't Crush Evil with Tabloid Tawdriness, Crusher!

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Wed, 2020-07-22 07:39

It's disgusting that Crusher's opening salvo against the evil Wokery of Jacinda Ardern has consisted of ... more evil Wokery. So Labour had "dirt" on a National MP, involving a texted image to a young female. As best we can tell, no laws were broken, no rights were breached. Crusher fired the MP in a bid to look "decisive." Then she let Jacinda know she had something similar on one of her, Jacinda's, ministers. Again, no laws broken, no rights breached. Jacinda, rather than saying what she should have said: "Fuck off, it was a consensual relationship, and no one else's business!" fired the minister in her own bid to win in the "decisiveness" stakes. Worse, that minister abjectly apologised and condemned his own behaviour as, in the favoured terminology of Woke-Fascists, "inappropriate."

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A Tale Of Two Victims

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Submitted by Mr_Lineberry on Tue, 2020-07-21 20:25

This business with Andrew Falloon has blown over quickly.

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Bury hydroxychloroquine at any cost

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Submitted by Mark Hunter on Sat, 2020-07-18 23:35

Biden is Our Only Hope

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Submitted by Mark Hunter on Fri, 2020-07-17 03:04
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This Fragile Thing Called Liberty

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Submitted by Olivia on Thu, 2020-07-16 05:14

By Olivia Pierson
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As Hong Kong citizens grieve the loss of their democracy, American protesters seek to overthrow theirs.

It’s heartbreaking to see the end of Hong Kong’s push toward greater democratic liberty. Communist China asserting its power to reabsorb this flourishing capitalist hub was always the worst option on the table since it threatened the end of the British legal system and liberties, including a free press.


The New York Times New McCarthyism- The Resignation of Bari Weiss.

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Submitted by Graham Hill on Wed, 2020-07-15 21:56
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Ms Weiss a features writer for the New York Times has resigned and her letter is of some importance. Some extracts are set out here and are well worth reading.

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Anarcho-Capitalism Is Wrong.

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Submitted by atlascott on Tue, 2020-07-14 15:17

Anarcho-Capitalism is not a valid criticism of American government or economics or morality, nor does it offfer any moral alternative.

Here’s an outline.

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Stone the Stupendous!

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Sat, 2020-07-11 06:32

Orange the Magnificent has just commuted the sentence of Stone the Stupendous. Roger's prosecution and Stalinist show-"trial" were the quintessence of the contemporary conflict between The Filth—the media, academia, the Deep State, Hollywood, Big Tech, Islamo-Marxists, Obleftivists, Soros, snowflakes, Social Justice Warriors, Only Black Lives Matter, Profa and Woke-Fascists generally—against actual humans. It's the sub-human mob, engorged by hysteria, hate and Hitlerism, vs. decent, real humans committed to liberty and law. Here's an interview done just before the commute, conducted by someone who, unlike mainstream enemedia "interviewers," knows when to shut up and listen:

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THE SERPENT HAS STARTED TO HATCH: AMERICAN FASCISM EMERGENT.

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Submitted by Graham Hill on Sat, 2020-07-11 05:02

The United States’ “progressive” agenda is now an avowedly socialist one. An historical basis exists for it from Woodrow Wilson and FDR, which had a fascist bent to it.

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Another take on the issue — by Graham Hill on Sun, 2020-07-12 20:10

Slurs of Racism and Atheism

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Submitted by Olivia on Fri, 2020-07-10 22:58

By Olivia Pierson
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Why do people care so much about being called a “racist”?

What is it about the term that gets people so worked up and determined to prove they’re not one?

Why does the term have such a moral hold over people that we consider it much worse than being called an ignoramus, a bitch, a ho, a sod or a selfish bastard?

I just don’t get why people care so much about it.

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A Cultivated Woman, Who Can Find?

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Submitted by Olivia on Sun, 2020-07-05 02:23

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A cultivated woman. Now there’s an expression from a by-gone era. When I think of what it means to cultivate oneself during this rather short lifespan of three-score years and ten – if we’re lucky, it strikes me what a dull, undeveloped spectacle most women allow themselves to remain during our time.

My grandmother used to have a term for ugly speech and ill-bred manners in a female – a “guttersnipe.” A guttersnipe was the very opposite of a cultivated woman. But it’s not just the lack of vocal beauty or manners where my criticism about my own sex originates, it's the abject neglect of developing discerning taste and a strong intellect.

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Orange the Magnificent Cancels The Filth

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Sat, 2020-07-04 09:30

A month overdue, but better late than never! Obleftivists, Hollywood, Academia, Fake News, Narcissistic Moronnials, Marxists, Pomo-Wankers, Only Black Lives Matter, Profa and all the rest of The Woke-Fascist Filth ... eat your non-existent hearts out! This is beyond even Reagan's "Mr Gorbachev, tear down this wall" speech:

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Methinks Thou Dost Protest Too Much

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Submitted by Olivia on Wed, 2020-07-01 08:08

By Olivia Pierson
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Protesting too much – now there’s a hot topic.

Shakespeare exposed this phoney practise through the character of Hamlet’s mother, Queen Gertrude, when she comments wryly on a play inside of a play.

Vehemently insisting on insincere overacting shows that the opposite of what one is protesting is probably the truth.

Take George Floyd’s death for example.

This was a moment where everyone who saw that awful snuff film were unified in their disgust and feelings of wanting to see justice be served to the psycho-killer-cop, Chauvin.

But then what happens?


Alyssa – a Tribute (amended)

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Submitted by Nicholas Dykes on Mon, 2020-06-29 00:16

Alyssa – a Tribute (amended)

My warm and lasting appreciation of a true genius, Ayn Rand

Nicholas Dykes

I'm seventy-seven years old, the age at which Ayn Rand died – on March 6, 1982. Six years ago, on November 24, 2013, I suffered a near-fatal stroke, a sub-arachnoid haemorrhage, but was saved by the quick thinking of my wife, Rachel – who didn't panic, just got me into hospital as fast as possible – and by some brilliant modern surgery (I believe developed in the USA) carried out by Professor Stefan Zigmunt at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, England, assisted by neuroradiologist Dr Swarupsinh Chavda. The operation involved inserting a tiny camera and miniscule stents through my veins to seal the ruptured arteries. Professor Zigmunt did the insertion, Dr Chavda guided him to the ruptures.


Church of Wokengland

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Sun, 2020-06-28 08:09

The Church of England goes even more woefully Woke. It never cared much about actual Christian doctrine. One of the things Karl Marx got right was this: "The Anglican Church would more readily forgive an attack on 38 of its 39 Articles than on one 39th of its income."

The Anglican church should reconsider the way statues and other representations of Jesus portray him as white in the light of the Black Lives Matter protests, the archbishop of Canterbury has said.

Justin Welby also said that the church must look very carefully to see if they should all be there.

In an interview on Friday, the head of the Church of England said the west in general needed to question the prevailing mindset that depicted Christ as a white man in traditional Christian imagery.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk...

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Reminder and pointer

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Submitted by Bruno on Mon, 2020-06-22 15:29

Dear Objectivists,

There existed a time when I listened to the YB show regularly.

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The Ordeal of Thomas Hutichison by Bernard Bailyn 1975- A must read for our times

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Submitted by Graham Hill on Sun, 2020-06-21 21:13

In addition to George Orwell's 1984 one could add to the culture war's reading list the following book by Bernard Bailyn The Ordeal of Thomas Hutchison Allen Lane, 1975.


Systems and sructures: the Social Warrior Litmus test

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Submitted by Graham Hill on Thu, 2020-06-18 20:35

The BLM protest last Sunday in Wellington had a highly intelligent and formidable speaker. She laid into the system and the structures of power. When you hear those words one knows that the dead hand of a wearisome ideology of critical theory, neo-Marxism. The dialectical theory of Hegel, and the unfortunate inheritance from Plato, lives on in the simplistic mechanical calculus which reduces life to the trite oppressor/oppressed calculus which concludes with its predicted premise.


Cancel Woke-Fascism: Watch 'Gone with the Wind' Today!

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Fri, 2020-06-12 08:29

The attempt by sub-human Taleban Woke-Fascists to rewrite history and destroy Western Civilisation and its distinctive ramparts, reason and freedom, has already backfired. Their latest target: the gorgeous classic Gone with the Wind. I believe these particular Woke-Taleban fascists, HBO, will put the movie back up eventually, but with an insufferably sanctimonious, prissy sermon about "racism," of which they, as it happens, are the worst real practitioners in this equation. Reassuringly, actual humans have got in first:

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The Tragic Worldview Versus the Therapeutic

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Submitted by Olivia on Fri, 2020-06-12 05:38

By Olivia Pierson
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When it comes to democracy, both ancient and modern, there are forces which compete at its heart serving as a moral tension which give the whole system a certain vigour, until it unravels either through mob-tyranny or outright dictatorship.

In ancient Athens, arguments were had over equality versus freedom, an old left/right divide between those who believed that people were not equal and then those who believed that they could be made equal if human nature could just be overridden a little – or a lot.

The progressive view still insists today that equality is more important than freedom, therefore welcomes, or at least tolerates, state intrusion into the lives and livelihoods of citizens to see wealth redistributed “more equally.”

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Wankers Of The World, Unite!

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Submitted by Mr_Lineberry on Wed, 2020-06-10 00:15

Comrades, the time has come to deal with the insidious evil in our society.

I am of course referring to "institutionalized sexism"

There is a 'minority' in America who comprise 49.6% of the population, yet comprise 94% of those shot by police.

The only possible explanation for this is sexism; institutionalized sexism. A pernicious evil which has gone on for too long.

The way to solve this once and for all is not to stop committing crimes, oh no, it is to burn down the bakery and drycleaners on Main Street.

That'll show those sexists we are on to them - so there! (you racist!)

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Go to Hell, Lap Dog Mattis

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Sat, 2020-06-06 05:21

Sebastian Gorka delivers a magnificent denunciation of the evil, Deep State treasonist of whom we all had such high hopes initially but who has now joined the Woke-Fascists. The passage on Lap-Dog's position on moving the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem is especially compelling:

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Can a Dictatorship Happen in America?

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Submitted by Olivia on Fri, 2020-06-05 09:49

By Olivia Pierson
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In the Leighton Smith Podcast this week, released on Wednesday June 3rd, Leighton interviewed George Friedman of Geopolitical Futures and the subject of President Trump came up.

Friedman, who is a conservative, has often supported the president but this time he offered some fairly vague criticisms of him along the lines of: “He just has to make everything about him.” “I want him to lead.” “He’s supposed to be everybody’s president.” “He condemned the demonstrators but hasn’t said a word about…” [sentence incomplete]. “This requires sensitivity, Trump has many virtues, understanding the complexity of this is not one of them.”

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See This Before It Gets Taken Down

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Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Wed, 2020-06-03 22:48

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