Category Archives: Book Reviews & Suggestions

2010’s Toronto Police G-20 scandal – the final wrap-up

“We didn’t know much of what had happened at Queen’s Park – not the scope or the depth. The kettling fiasco had not been fully brought to light yet and we were still learning how disastrous the detention centre had been. We knew police had detained several hundred people and then the chief had come in and directed the front-line people to let them go. We didn’t know at that time that there had been a dispute between the service’s top brass and Supt. Mark Fenton, the front-line commander who was insisting on giving people tickets or sending them to the detention centre, completely misreading the chief’s direction. We did not know then that the chief had pulled rank on the RCMP-led Integrated Security Unit (ISU) to give this order” – and – “We made it clear to (Police Chief Bill) Blair that officers from other forces would need to undergo training to learn our board’s approach to policing. They were to be appointed by me to act as officers in Toronto and the agreement for them to do so was to be between police boards, not police chiefs.” (*).

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Politically Correct Intolerance & Antifa Violence On Campus

“No Campus for White Men shines a bright light on the growing obsession with diversity, victimization and identity politics on today’s college campuses, and shows how it is creating an intensely hostile and fearful atmosphere that can only lead, ultimately, to ever greater polarization in American society… Across the country, ugly campus protests over speakers with dissenting viewpoints, as well as a preoccupation with micro-aggressions, ‘trigger warnings,’ ‘safe spaces,’ and brand-new ‘gender identities,’ make it obvious that something has gone terribly wrong with higher education. For years, colleges have pursued policies favoring students based not on their merit, but on their race, gender, and sexual orientation. The disturbingly negative effects of this culture are now impossible to deny.”

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Book review: “The Politically-Incorrect Guide to Jihad”

“Nothing ought to be plainer, and yet nothing is more obscured, than the meaning of the Islamic concept of jihad. Even if its meaning were at all unclear, every day Islamic jihadists do their best to remind us of what it is. The confusion arises, of course, from the fact that jihad and related concepts are the object of a massive misinformation and disinformation campaign… the Qur’an, as (author William) Kilpatrick explains, commands jihad, and Muhammad, who is considered in Islamic theology to be the perfect man, to be imitated by Muslims whenever, wherever, and however possible, not only commanded jihad warfare but waged it himself… no conciliation or concession on the part of Western non-Muslims will ever blunt the force of the jihad imperative, since it is rooted in Islamic theological principles that are not susceptible to the prevailing political winds” (emphasis added).

There isn’t really much else to be said, other than to recommend reading the full review, which can be found here.

Jeff Goodall.

You can purchase “The Politically-Incorrect Guide to Jihad” here.

“Jewish History, Jewish Religion” (Shahak) – Book review

“Whereas the Jews around him take it for granted that the goyim on whom they depend for economic, military, and diplomatic support are too stupid ever to figure out what the Jews think about them and say about them behind their backs and plan to do to them when they can, and too sheeplike ever to take effective action if they do figure it out, he worries…

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John F. Kennedy’s murder – Did the Russians do it?

The Warren Commission report on the murder of President Kennedy was released on September 24th 1964, exactly fifty years ago today. Many theories, conspiracy and otherwise, have been offered to suggest that he was killed by the Soviets, the Israelis, or the International Bankers. There are of course dozens of other suspects as well, including the CIA and a variety of business interests… the numerous books published on the subject would probably fill a small library.

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Death by China (book and film)

These two items are by economics professor Peter Navarro and entrepreneur Greg Autry, and provide a well-documented and profound warning to Americans (and the West) about the threats posed to them by aggressive Chinese economic exploitation, economic and military spying, and outright colonization, both in America and elsewhere.

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Former Aussie PM interview upsets Jewish Affairs Council

“Israel years ago, during one of the wars, killed 30 or 40 Americans on a spy ship in the Western Mediterranean,” Fraser told Faine… Asked by Faine if he agreed that “the pro-Israel and in particular Jewish community lobby in Australia wielded too much power”, Fraser responded, “They certainly do.”

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“A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race and Human History”

by Nicholas Wade.

Reviewed by Charles Murray in the Wall Street Journal.

“This campaign is waged not against actual violations of civil rights or expressions of prejudice or hatred, but against the idea that biological differences among human populations are a legitimate subject of scholarly study. The reigning intellectual orthodoxy is that race is a ‘social construct,’ a cultural artifact without biological merit… Since the sequencing of the human genome in 2003, what is known by geneticists has increasingly diverged from this orthodoxy, even as social scientists and the mainstream press have steadfastly ignored the new research.”

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Book Suggestions – Feb. 22nd, 2014

This is a sub-category in which I highlight books of interest which I don’t have time to read and post reviews of, but which may well attract the attention of readers of this blog.

Five items in total…

“If I Had a Son’: Race, Guns, and the Railroading of George Zimmerman” – Investigative reporter Jack Cashill takes a look at the railroading of George Zimmerman, and what he calls the “Black Grievance Industry”, as well as how “race hustlers” such as Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton “become arbiters of what we are allowed to say in the national conversation on race.”  Lengthy review by Gerald Martin of American Renaissance, see here.

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