Sandy Hook, Vegas, Dunblane and the Whole Crazy Thing : The Left’s Grab for Power Through the Barrel of the Gun

Over two years ago, PolitiChicks published my exposé into gun crime in both the U.S. and Britain to fully detail the lies amid hyperbole told by the Left. The Facebook group Occupy: Democrats — whose memes, or what I term "Weapons of Mass Delusion," notoriously peddles extreme culturally-Marxist propaganda — posted one "disclosure" of Britain’s seeming non-existent crime … Continue reading Sandy Hook, Vegas, Dunblane and the Whole Crazy Thing : The Left’s Grab for Power Through the Barrel of the Gun

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For the Conservative Movement and America’s Survival, the Trump Card Must Pave the New Path to Ted Cruz

In August 2015, I published an article that, in hindsight, has proven all the more relevant only 48 hours after George W. Bush — a staunch globalist political firebrand — declared his tacit political divorce from his own party's electoral base by vaguely attacking "bigoted" Donald Trump and the "nativist" conservative movement he alienated after announcing … Continue reading For the Conservative Movement and America’s Survival, the Trump Card Must Pave the New Path to Ted Cruz

Bismarck’s Influence on the Modern Left

Among the most common anti-rightist cliches by the Left, the obligatory “all conservatives are warmongers” is central in their resistance of true foreign policy prowess and national security. But the truth of which ideology is directly responsible for history’s most catastrophic wars (and their number) is unfortunately ignored given socialism’s historical “welfare-for-warfare” quid pro quo paradigm. … Continue reading Bismarck’s Influence on the Modern Left

Spain After Franco, 42 Years Later: What Have We Learned From Catalonia?

Yaël Ossowski, writing for The Washington Examiner following the Catalonian independence referendum that "We are all Catalonians now" — examines why this Spanish constitutional crisis, the modern inquisition of the Catalan people from Madrid, Brussels and Berlin, may profoundly impact the fate of the European Union, for which Spain is a member from an intellectual, informative, but also … Continue reading Spain After Franco, 42 Years Later: What Have We Learned From Catalonia?

Critical Theory: The Driver of Global Sovietization Through Climate Change and Cultural Marxism

Communism did not die after the fall of the Soviet Union. Critical Theory never abandons Marxism, given capitalist modernity remains the penultimate stage to building socialism. Rather, Critical Theory is intended to be the process of sovietization by other means — the sewing of what Marxism had last cut off in 1989 — by these new "watermelon" Marxists falsely peddling climate change's "settled science" (the Green movement) and cultural Marxism.