Monthly Archives: September 2012

Ideological supremacism

I recently saw a definition of “supremacism” that I thought nailed down “liberal” and “politically-correct” attitudes perfectly, but I lost it, and had to do a Google search to re-find it.  It is absolutely astonishing how difficult it is to find the word “supremacism” without it having the word “White” glued to the front of it as a sort of mandatory prefix!

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“Detaching children from morality-based sexual values”

In his excellent article below, Joe Warmington of the Toronto Sun describes how the Toronto District School Board is confusing and disorienting children with posters carrying slogans and images about issues of gender and “alternative” families. “Love has no gender”?  “There are no rules for being a boy or a girl”?  As Warmington says, “What the hell is going on with these people?” 

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Israel seems unconcerned about risking world war

In its article “Iran may launch pre-emptive strike on Israel, conflict could grow into WWIII – senior commander” published on September 23rd, (link below), Russia Today quotes a Revolutionary Guard Deputy Commander as saying that “Iran’s defensive strategy is based on the assumption that we will engage in a war, a massive battle against a global coalition led by the US”. 

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Sheriff Dever’s death a blow to U.S. border security

“His loss, obviously, has an immediate impact on Cochise County, but there’s going to be a long term impact on a national level. I don’t think there’s another sheriff in this country that had the passion that Larry did on border issues. He just worked tirelessly on that…” – Sierra Vista Police Chief Ken Kimmel.

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Toronto: Africentric schools no cure for low IQ

“The (Africentric) school concept finally got approval last November. It opened this month at Scarborough’s Winston Churchill Collegiate as the Africentric Leonard Braithwaite Program, named after Ontario’s first black MPP… Enrolment? Six… Teaching staff? Three, as of last Friday.”

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