Is this what we Bible believing Christians in the West will have to do in ten to twenty years?
‘Mass protests across Cuba, a nation where demonstrations against the government have been tightly controlled in the past, has seen the arrest of dozens including Christian leaders.
Christian Solidarity Worldwide reports “Protests erupted across the country on 11 July in response to Cuba’s ongoing and severe economic crisis and a record surge in coronavirus cases, before expanding to criticisms of the Cuban Communist Party (CCP)’s decades-long hold on power, crackdown on human rights and pro-democracy movements. and management of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“In response, the government appears to have disconnected the internet in most of the island’s major cities, but reports of violations targeting protesters and religious leaders have continued to emerge.”
There has been an increasing number of arrests of pastors following the weekend demonstrations according to Evangelico Digital, a Latin American news source.
“Several Cuban evangelical denominations have issued official communiqués in recent days expressing their position following the unprecedented protests…
“The Evangelical League of Cuba called on ‘the Cuban authorities to listen to the voice of the people and provide solutions based on justice and peace.’ In addition, they asked the members of their church to “act according to biblical principles” and all Cuban Christians ‘to remain in prayer for our nation.’
“For his part, the president of the Baptist Convention of Eastern Cuba, Josué Rodríguez, from the city of Santiago was more restrained. The Baptist leader called ‘the pastoral, our missionaries and all Baptist parishioners to sanity. Let’s be wise and balanced in this moment of violence that our people suffer. Let’s avoid excessive stays away from home and take care of our words in the different topics of conversation in which we will participate in these days.’
“The Superintendent General of the Assemblies of God in Cuba, Moisés de Prada, published a video on the Facebook page of his name in which he agrees that the Cuban people need to be heard. ‘The despair, the crisis of medicines, food, the lack of expression, clear, transparent dialogue, has led a people to raise their voices and need to be heard.’
“De Prada emphatically demanded; ‘We are calling for the cessation of repression. We are calling for the cessation of hostilities. We call on the authorities and the people to sanity. Violence breeds violence and the results are harmful,’ he added.”
EvangelicoDigital also reports that two pastors who tutor at Carey Seminary in Cuba, Yéremi Blanco Ramírez and Yarian Sierra, were arrested on Sunday. “‘They are imprisoned in a wing of the women’s prison of the city of Matanzas,” said Pastor Jatniel Pérez [Carey’s Cuba Director]. ‘Today the wives of both brothers were able to bring them toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, bedding, underwear and T-shirt. Just that. Those things for seven days [for those] imprisoned under interrogation and brutal imbalance. Without any hygiene.’”
The BBC reports that Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel who succeeded the Castro brothers, “slammed protestors as ‘counter-revolutionaries” while his foreign minister alleged the demonstrations had been financed and instigated by the United States…”
“There were reports of internet blackouts across the island. Access to mobile internet was rolled out in December 2018 in Cuba but is controlled by the state-owned telecommunications company Etecsa.
“You cannot prevent and prepare for war at the same time.” – Albert Einstein
“War is when the young and stupid are tricked by the old and bitter into killing each other.” – Niko Bellic
A decade ago a global war seemed not only highly unlikely but almost unfathomable.
Sounds perhaps a bit bombastic but really this is not. The IEA forecasts mentioned in our latest Insider Weekly are not actually “forecasts” in the same way that I or anyone can run some numbers, plot some trends, and come up with our best guess scenario of how things may look in the future based on metrics such as supply and demand, capex spending, age of existing wells, infrastructure, demographic trends, and all that sort of fun stuff.
They are influenced, I assure you, by politically motivated groups intent on pushing forward with “the Great Reset”.
They are calling for entire nations to shut down their energy grids all in the name of “climate”. These climate Nazis will cause wars if this is pursued.
The head of the United Nations is calling on countries to end what he calls a war on nature and instead embrace a future without carbon pollution triggering global warming.
This is unlikely to happen. No, what will more likely happen is war. Countries and people will go to war before they are forced to starve under this communist woke manifesto being trumpeted by the WEF and the UN.
Let’s do a breakdown, but first… here is global oil production from 2020.
Let’s go through them one by one asking ourselves the simple question. Who will bow to this?
Saudi? Ain’t gonna happen. They have two, no three things, in quantity. Oil, sand, and camels and only one of them makes them any money. Can’t and won’t give it up.
US? Following this agenda, it will cause the place to look like Venezuela or California, though increasingly there isn’t much difference between the two. Nope, the US is on a path towards splitting as I’ve been saying for over a year now. That is unlikely to be a smooth process. Oh, and by the way, the Idaho Statesman reported:
“Thousands of people in eastern Oregon voted Tuesday for their elected officials to consider ditching their state and becoming part of Idaho.
Voters in Sherman, Lake, Grant, Baker and Malheur counties all voted for ballot measures that would lead to them becoming Idahoans. People in Union and Jefferson counties had already voted in favor during the November election.
The vote is only the first step of the “Greater Idaho” project, which would allow some Oregon counties to join a state that advocates say more closely aligns with their political preferences.”
The Split Is Coming
This split is coming. As for the energy side of things, those states advocating for this vs those who won’t. So the US will be a mixed bag but with added tensions.
In fact, the climate agenda will only accelerate and fuel the coming civil war.
Iraq? Totally depends on which external power gains control. Hint: it won’t be the US, the EU, or the Brits, which leaves only Russia and China. Neither are woke so that’s Iraq.
Canada? Oh, dear, dear Canada. Here is your grand leader. Taking a knee for BLM.
Black Lives Matter Is A Self-Professed Marxist Revolutionary Group
As I’ve pointed out in a previous issue. Black Lives Matter is a self professed Marxist revolutionary group and a funding arm for the US Democratic party (we proved this showing the money flows). Canada is one of the most amazing countries in this geopolitical mess as it is highly reliant on both agriculture and fossil fuels, both of which the Marxists have denounced.
Canada is one of the countries that looks like it really has the most to lose and is going to lose it.
Brazil? Depends on political outcomes. Amazingly, they managed to spring Lula from prison and he’ll run in the next elections. Yikes! The media is controlled by Marxists who hate Bolsonaro. Bolsonaro himself is not particularly intelligent and woefully inept at navigating politics, but he’s far better than Lula, who, if he gets into power, then Brazil follows this path despite it being heavily reliant on agriculture and mining. Jury out on this one. Wait and see.
China? Not a chance!
Kuwait and UAE? Same as Saudi. Highly unlikely.
Venezuela? Unlikely. It will fall under Chinese influence but they’re already au-pha-cdup and we’re unlikely to see any significant increase in output.
Nigeria and Angola: Both already fall under Chinese influence.
The Stans: Not gonna happen and will, where needed, seek military alliances with Russia, Turkey, and maybe even China.
Mexico: This one puzzles me. I really don’t know. I mean, on the one hand Mexico is actually sort of decentralized politically. This is a polite way of saying multiple cartels wield power. And on the other hand they’ve been heavily influenced by the CIA and USG. Friends tell me there is an increasing Chinese influence too. At the end of the day though Mexico isn’t going to change the dynamics of a market that is absolutely going to be short supply.
Europe Will Disintegrate
At the tippy top of this is Russia. Russia will NOT comply and everyone knows it. It is no surprise that we see anti-Russian rhetoric gathering momentum. Expect to see more of this.
My guess is that as Europe disintegrates into chaos and civil strife they will print more money which itself will only hasten the collapse. Satellite countries will be forced to choose a path. The great reset path… or something else. In doing so they’ll need (because this is a war) military and economic backing in order to do so.
In this space it is likely, though not a given, that former CIS and Eastern European countries form new economic and military alliances, which may well have particulars we don’t like about them but will err on the side of free market capitalism over communism, if only because they’ve tried communism in their recent past and found it wanting.
Great Reset Coercion
One of the aspects of the “great reset” is that it relies to an extraordinary extent on coercion. All government force does, so this isn’t any revelation. What it means is that nations, tribes, peoples must all bow and conform to this cult. Any reading of history and psychology will reveal that this is unlikely to be met with welcoming arms, chants of kumbaya, and drinks all round. Instead, expect snot to fly.
If this communist agenda, which is masquerading under the guise of both “health” and “saving the planet from CO2” continues (and there are no indications that it won’t at this point), war is the most obvious outcome.
There is something else…
Domestically, any pressures will have immediate effects. Perhaps this is what Klaus Schwab and gang anticipate.
Regime change amidst domestic chaos has been a hallmark of CIA operations for decades so it is tried and tested. The reason this is so much easier in the third world is because life is far more precarious when you’re living hand to mouth. Even without sanctions by the EU on countries that don’t tow the zero carbon line we are already in for a food crisis.Remember the spark that lit the Arab Spring revolts of 2011 was a protest in Tunisia over rising food prices.
I think it was Mark Twain who said comedy is simply tragedy plus time. I read an article the other day from that think tank the IMF where under their “core” areas in emerging markets to be “addressed” missed out food and energy.
Good lord! Only a disconnected-from-reality neo-liberal Marxists who truly believes they’ve been aggrieved because they’ve been misgendered can exclude nourishment and staying warm as anything other than “core” and champion their fellow man in the developing world being denied these things. But that, of course, is what we are seeing take place.
We know because we’ve ample proof that commodity price inflation can be extraordinarily politically destabilizing. For those of a rational mind we all know that nourishment and staying warm are indeed core and certainly carbon emissions or some concocted pseudo scientific babble comes a very distant way down the line of importance.
Many EM countries are without strong and flexible systems of governance. Couple that with the immense damage already wrought and which continues to be wrought, due to lockdowns and we are in for crises. 2020 was the beginning, not a one off from which we emerge and go back to some form of normal. I really wish that was the case but it is both economically, socially and politically impossible to reverse.
It should be remembered that in the last financial crisis, America experienced both a significant decline in home prices (an event that hadn’t happened since the 1930s) as well as $150 oil simultaneously. You know because you read our work that we believe we’re in for something that will make that particular set of events look paltry in comparison.
Riots For Food
The real crux of the matter will be riots for food, which will bring instability within countries but also geopolitical instability as nations try to source, secure, and acquire these necessities. While this is going on we’ve got Klaus and his bought and paid for technocrates at the UN, World Bank, and IMF actively advocating for and indeed implementing policies which 100% destroy both nourishment (food) and energy (warmth).
With America’s twin deficits approaching 20% of GDP, it is difficult to get bullish about currency of any description, especially against commodities and hard assets.
So what I want to point out is that stronger commodity prices aren’t in themselves too dangerous for inflation in developed countries, they could be profoundly destabilizing in the emerging markets.
Problems affording food would only exacerbate the pain for the countries like Brazil and particularly India that are currently suffering grievously from the plandemic.
Food makes up 29.8% of consumer expenditures in India (and as much as 59% in Nigeria). For context, in the US it accounts for just 6.4% in the U.S.
Now moving onto how to control this inflation. Over in the US they perversely can better manage this due to reserve currency status. EM, on the other hand, will be forced into interest rate hikes right when their economies are struggling under crippling lockdowns, broken supply chains, and the consequent rising costs of… well, everything.
The other thing to realise is this. Central banks in EM will most likely need to raise rates for the simple fact that food makes up a much larger portion of incomes and curbing the rising cost of food will become important if only to try to maintain political stability. Riots aren’t good for that, and riots we’ll get.
So that’s the domestic side of things but the big daddy really is this economic conflict that will roll out globally. Watch for it!
Think about it like this. Let’s say you are a country, say China, and you’ve got this bucket load of rare earths. When things were humming along nicely in that ever expanding globalising world we have since exited, you couldn’t get them out the door fast enough to make some moolah and increase your standard of living.
Now, however, when you’re being told you have to submit to Herr Klaus and the UN and some carbon emission scheme which turns you from a valued component in this system to a pariah, to be ridiculed, despised, sanctioned, and punished, those rare earths become a political tool.
Bastards, you think to yourself and then, “Where do I have leverage here?”
Supply destruction and resource nationalism
That is the immediate question any individual would ask themself when put into a situation of duress, and entire countries are no different. You go from a cooperative system to one of coercion and then onto one of active aggression. That rare earths guy will rather hoard his store than sell it to those who aggrieve him. Supply destruction and resource nationalism. You’ve heard me talk about all these things before. They’re coming and fast.
So what do we look for here?
Easy. Think when you were a kid in the playground and the friends you had now ostracized you for some silly reason that kids do these things (teachers pet, funny clothes, etc.). What did you do? You went and found another group of kids to hang out with.
It may seem silly to use kids in a playground as an analogy but really it isn’t because despite the fact that we grow up our psychology doesn’t change. Only the tools available.
So what we watch for now is those new alliances that WILL form. Watch for it. Just as no man is an island so, too, no nation can operate completely independently. We will see completely new alliances built around military and economic needs. It may well be some of the most important events which will plot the trajectory of entire nations for the next multi generational cycle.’https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2021-05-30/coming-global-wars
Biden has made the US government WOKE and WEAK! Now, ‘The United States Army’s Assistant Secretary for Installations, Energy and Environment released a memo on May 14 that identifies climate change as a “serious threat to U.S. national security interests and defense objectives.” According to the memo, the president and secretary of defense have directed the Army to prioritize “climate change considerations in its threat picture, strategic plans, operations, and installations.” In January, Defense News reported that Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin wants the Department of Defense (DOD) to “change its carbon footprint.” In April, Secretary Austin called climate change “an existential threat.”
To that end, the memo states that the Army convened a 24-member “Army Climate Change Working Group (ACCWG)” in early March to develop the Army’s “Climate Strategy and Army Climate Action Plan.” The plan includes “energy reform,” which calls for the “development and use of renewable energy, energy and water efficiency and consumption, and other environmental initiatives that steward the land, air and water to enable Army operations and maximize readiness.” The Army, the memo continues, is “[p]oised to lead the way in technology development for tactical vehicles that balances increased capability with decreased climate impacts.” One member of DOD’s Climate Action Team said that the group is taking a “holistic approach” that extends to “environmental justice.”’https://spectator.org/army-climate-change/
One doesn’t have to be a prophet to see that if things do not change the USA will be a vassal state of China before the next Presidential election.
At least when these id… wear the mask their face is covered and what they say is muffled! Therefore, a loud shout of hooray is heard for ‘Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the latest left-wing figure to not believe the science and defy the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Last Thursday, the CDC announced that life could return to normal, where face masks are not necessary, for fully vaccinated Americans outdoors and in most indoor situations. However, Ocasio-Cortez won’t be taking the advice from CDC health officials.
Ocasio-Cortez, who is fully vaccinated, revealed she plans to flout the CDC’s new guidance on face masks in a post on Instagram, where she has nearly 9 million followers.
“NYC got hit so hard that I think some of us are going to take time adjusting as we feel comfortable,” AOC wrote in a recent Instagram story, according to BizPac Review.
One doesn’t have to have much medical knowledge to see that teetering Fake President Joe has a problem. Yes, there definitely is something ‘…very wrong with Joe Biden—mentally, medically, strategically—or all three.
Of course, he’s long been known as a tone-deaf gaffe-meister. Swearing on live mics. Patronizing politically. As head of administration transparency for Barack Obama, Biden closed the meetings.
Last year, as a candidate for the Democrat nomination, Joe spent much time looking lost in his own Delaware basement. All presidents since 1952 have used teleprompters, few more than Biden’s boss, Obama, who once comically used one standing in the dusty poop of a rodeo arena.
Those machines can be tricky, and the user is expected to appear to speak spontaneously and genuinely from the heart while robotically reading aloud every single word written by someone else scrolling before your eyes. Recall 2016 when Hillary Clinton, likely the worst modern presidential candidate, went on autopilot and even read aloud her parenthetical script directions “(PAUSE FOR APPLAUSE).”
Biden did overcome a childhood stutter. No easy task, but essential for politicians since the invention of radio. Biden’s problems, however, aren’t stuttering. He often appears confused, lost, unsteady, unprepared. Last fall he clearly had no idea what he wanted to say, so at times gave the teleprompter operator on-camera directions—“No, go back.” At one appearance Biden lost track of where he was, standing with his back to the camera.
He shunned spontaneous contact even with cooperative reporters, hardly taking questions. Aides, cupping his elbow for leverage, steered the 77-year-old (now 78) briskly through crowds. Before reducing personal appearances, Biden rambled, often without a point beyond being heard. One time when Jill Biden was speaking and gesturing, Biden put her hand in his mouth. Presumably, he was being silly, but it was a bizarre, worrisome action. Last month she interrupted one joint interview to finish her husband’s wandering answer.
Biden’s campaign days often ended by 9 a.m., while 73-year-old Donald Trump was doing four or five major rally speeches in multiple states daily. You might argue Biden’s absence was strategic to give an imploding Trump the full media spotlight. But it’s not the image of a sharp, fully competent chief executive confident and eager to lead the free world on the world stage.
At one town hall in Iowa, Delaware resident Biden asked audience members how the infrastructure was there in Ohio. Easterners do seem susceptible to confusing Iowa and Ohio. But that’s a dumb mistake casting doubt on mental acuity if you’re campaigning to be president of all Americans. Especially four years after your coastal party lost the election by ignoring most of the Heartland.
In office, Biden has been no model of action beyond photo-op signings. While a masked Kamala Harris stands stoically behind him, the oldest man to become POTUS sits at an empty impromptu desk with an immense presidential seal and his notes. On one Zoom conference with Democrats Biden offered to take questions. Boom! The video feed was instantly terminated. At another event the president couldn’t remember his defense secretary’s name, standing right next to him. While memory losses can occur ordinarily, they are also early signs of dementia, according to medical studies.
When Biden did get out of the White House, he had last week’s disastrous trip up the stairs of Air Force One, where he stumbled not once, not twice, but thrice. As my colleague Nick Arama and others have chronicled here, inept aides, who might have credibly dismissed the awful image as something that happens to everyone sometimes, blamed the wind. The wind? The President of the United States, who must face Xi Jinping, Kim Jung-un, and those murderous mullahs, was felled by the wind? This’s the best line Biden’s band of experienced aides can devise?
You saw much media attention last week on Biden’s exclusive network interview with a handpicked former Bill Clinton aide. It was taped Wednesday but not broadcast until Thursday. What you likely missed in the avalanche of adulation was a tiny italic note on ABC’s transcript—“Edited for Clarity.”
So, in those intervening 24 hours, Joe Biden’s potential confusions, mumblings, mistakes were edited for clarity? Seriously? By whom? Former presidential aides had never heard of such a thing. ABC didn’t answer an email request for clarification. But media does not clean up a president’s words for him. White House officials do not allow anyone else to play with presidential words. And you don’t let the White House change what’s on tape either, certainly not without a full public explanation.
Thursday’s scheduled live news conference should preclude such tinkering.
More importantly, exactly what did Biden confuse? Americans have a right to know without sympathetic media covering for him. And what might that reveal about his mental state? Most Americans know some elderly, even care for them. They understand old folks accidentally fall, forget daily details, confuse names. They’re sympathetic. It’s called aging; it happens to those of us who survive.
But elderly grandparents do not have the nuclear launch codes. They cannot send loyal sons and daughters in harm’s way for decades in distant lands on mission-creep operations. During his almost daily media encounters, Trump underwent nonstop scrutiny. He said and did many controversial things in those 1,461 days. But No. 45 launched no new military conflicts.
Biden has not held a solo news conference in his first two months, a modern record. Another dodgy piece of circumstantial evidence raising concerns about his cognitive condition among ordinary Americans, who may disagree on policies but covet confidence in any leader. Not to mention worried allies and opportunistic adversaries, who may see an opening.
Reminder: In 1962 the world came closest to Armageddon when the Soviet Union moved nuclear missiles into Cuba after Premier Nikita Khrushchev determined that John Kennedy was a weak president.
Biden’s first news conference is Thursday. But by seeking to hide what has become obvious infirmities, aides have not served him well so far. And media seem reluctant to press that issue hard. This has now gone beyond politics. The concerns must be addressed forthrightly.
‘Contrary to a widespread idea, President Biden does not intend to guarantee “equality in Law” of all Americans without distinction of race. On the contrary, he intends to be the champion of “racial equity”, that is to say a form of equality between, not individuals, but what he considers as distinct racial groups. In this article, Thierry Meyssan will use the term “racism” in its literal sense and not in the common sense of “discriminatory behavior”. He will show that by announcing their intention to extend “racial equity” to the whole world, President Biden and the Democratic Party are threatening world peace.
President Biden’s top priority is to impose the ideology of the “1619 Project” on US society and the world.
In a federal state, somewhere in the world, the Department of Education decided to teach in primary and secondary schools that humanity is divided into distinct races.
Although these races are distinct, it is possible to mate them and give birth to children. However, these children will be sterile, like the mules of a donkey and a mare. This is why federal government statistics include whites, blacks, etc., but no mixed-race children.
Since there is an implicit hierarchy between these distinct races and, unfortunately, half-breeds are not sterile, they are automatically counted as belonging to the inferior race. The superior race must be preserved from all defilement.
This federal state was the Nazi Reich, but it is also the United States of Joe Biden and his Secretary of Education, Miguel Cardona.
We are witnessing the return of the “scientific racism” that caused the Second World War and its 70 million deaths. No one seems to be aware of the danger, however, and many people think that the U.S. Democrats are examples of openness to others.
Let us remember that the racism of the 1930s had all the trappings of science. It was researched in many scientific institutes and taught in universities in both the United States and Western Europe. To preserve the master race, many “modern” states had banned interracial marriages before World War I.
Racism is neither of the right nor of the left
In the collective imagination, racism would only develop in right-wing nationalist circles. This is absolutely false.
For example, at the end of the First World War, France occupied the Ruhr coal region militarily. Among the troops were Africans from Senegal and Madagascar for two years. Soon a protest movement developed in Germany, the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada to denounce the ignominy of the French who placed 20,000 blacks to dominate the German whites and rape their women. This racist movement was led by the main anti-racist figure of the beginning of the century, E. D. Morel , and gathered all the international feminist organizations in large demonstrations .
In France itself, socialists joined this racist movement, including Karl Marx’s grandson, Jean Longuet, a journalist at L’Humanité and future leader of the SFIO (Socialist Party).
It must be admitted that, in troubled times like the interwar period or the one we are living today, people follow their impulses whatever their ideas. They are often in complete contradiction with themselves and do not realize it.
The slavery and racist past of the American Democrats
In the United States, slavery and racism were mostly defended by the Democrats against the Republicans.
The Democratic Party platforms of 1840, 1844, 1848, 1852 and 1856 asserted that abolitionism diminished the happiness of the people and endangered the stability and permanence of the Union. The 1856 program declared that the member states of the Union may or may not practice domestic slavery and write it into their constitutions. The 1860 program describes the efforts of abolitionist states that refused to arrest runaway slaves as subversive and revolutionary. The 14th Amendment granting full citizenship to freed slaves was passed in 1868 by 94% of Republican Party legislators and 0% of Democratic Party The 15th Amendment, which granted the right to vote to freed slaves, was adopted in 1870 by 100% of the members of the Republican Party and 0% of the members of the Democratic Party In 1902, the Democratic Party passed a law in Virginia removing the right to vote from over 90% of African Americans. President Woodrow Wilson instituted racial segregation of federal employees and mandated a photo on every job application. The 1924 Democratic National Convention at Madison Square Garden in New York City was called the “Klan-Bake” because of the influence of the Ku Klux Klan in the party.
Things did not really change until 1964, when, just after the Kennedys’ efforts, President Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act into law. This was a painful turnaround, as Democratic lawmakers managed to block the legislation for 75 days.
The “1619 Project” is an operation of the New York Times Magazine. It aims to rewrite American history.
The “1619 Project
The Biden administration claims to be anti-racist and no one doubts its good faith. But it is so in the manner of the Democratic Party of the years 1840-1961. That is, in practice, not at all. Quite the contrary.
Its educational decisions are designed to promote the ideology of the « 1619 Project ». According to this ideology, the United States was not founded by the War of Independence against the British Crown, but more than two centuries earlier, in 1619, with the idea of enslaving black people.
The “1619 Project” was marked by a series of supplements and then dedicated articles in the New York Times since 2019. In doing so, this daily newspaper has moved from trying to report the truth to becoming a propaganda tool for Puritan ideology. According to the NY Times, Native Americans were slavers like the Europeans. However, the Spaniards freed the Amerindian slaves who fled their masters on the condition that they converted to the true faith, Catholicism. In the end, the European colonies in the Americas only really developed after the arrival of black slaves from Angola on the territory of the current USA, in 1619. The War of Independence was not against the unjust taxes of the British Crown, but to preserve the slave system. This is why the United States is systemically racist. It is the duty of every white man to realize the undue privilege he enjoys and to redress the crimes of white patriarchy.
This theory does not rise from history . It mixes slavery and racism (for example, Native Americans enslaved their enemies, but they were not racist). It ignores white slaves (among the first slaves in North America were Englishmen who were convicted by the courts). It despises the emancipation of the colonists from England. Finally, it was not the United States, but the Portuguese who brought slavery to the colonists and traded it. Moreover, this theory is American-centric and ignores the slavery of blacks and their systematic castration by the Arabs for a thousand years.
This theory is religious. It takes up the myth of original sin, which it transforms, and for which it makes every white man responsible. Like the iconoclasts, the Puritans or the Wahhabites, its supporters destroy the impure representations of those who have sinned, starting with the Southern generals.
Each lie begets a new one. Indeed, the Southerners were not defending slavery (which they abolished before the end of the Civil War), but the right of each Confederate state to have its own customs.
The supporters of the “1619 Project” acted exactly like what they intended to fight: men were no longer guilty for what they did, but at birth, by heredity.
Joe Biden’s institutionalization of racism
When the Biden administration’s Secretary of Education, Miguel Cardona, decided to promote the “1619 Project” in elementary and secondary schools, there was a nationwide protest.
The most interesting reaction was in Oklahoma. The local Congress passed a bill, which was immediately signed into law by Governor Kevin Stitt. The latter is a Cherokee Indian and a Jacksonian like Donald Trump . This law, HB 1775 (download the text at the bottom of this page), prohibits anyone from teaching the following eight racist propositions:
1. one race or gender is inherently superior to another race or gender. 2. an individual, because of his or her race or gender, is inherently racist, sexist, or oppressive, consciously or unconsciously. 3. a person should be discriminated against or treated adversely solely or in part because of his or her race or gender, 4. members of one race or gender cannot and should not attempt to treat others without regard to their race or gender. 5. the moral character of an individual is necessarily determined by his or her race or sex. 6. an individual, because of his or her race or gender, bears responsibility for the past actions of other members of the same race or gender. 7. any individual should feel discomfort, guilt, anxiety, or any other form of psychological distress because of their race or gender. 8. meritocracy or traits such as a hard work ethic are racist or sexist or have been created by members of a particular race to oppress members of another race.
The legislation banning the teaching of all or parts of these eight propositions in Oklahoma schools was passed by 100% of Republican lawmakers and 0% of Democratic lawmakers.
We must measure the consequences of the “1619 Project” ideology that the Democratic Party and the Biden Administration intend not only to apply in the United States, but to spread throughout the world. It can only lead to massive violence.
 E.D. Morel denounced the cruel treatment of the Congolese by the Belgian king, Leopol II.
 “Black Horror on the Rhine”: Idealism, Pacifism, and Racism in Feminism and the Left in the Aftermath of the First World War, Peter Campbell, Histoire sociale/Social history, Volume 47, Number 94, Juin/June 2014. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1353/his.2014.0034.
 The New York Times’ 1619 Project: A racialist falsification of American and world history, Niles Niemuth & Tom Mackaman & David North, World Socialist Web Site (2020). 1620: A Critical Response to the 1619 Project, Peter W. Wood, Encounter Books (2020).
 Democratic historiography holds President Jackson responsible for the genocide of the Cherokee Indians on the “Trail of Tears. Obviously this is not how Cherokke Kevin Stitt thinks.
Isaiah 46:13 I bring near my righteousness; it shall not be far off, and my salvation shall not tarry: and I will place salvation in Zion for Israel my glory.
‘Palestinian terror groups such as Hamas have a surefire strategy to win over the world’s sympathy: fire rockets into Israeli territory, trigger an Israeli response and wait for the global outrage against Israel’s response.
The strategy is effective because Israel is so darn good at protecting its citizens from missile attacks, thanks to ubiquitous bomb shelters and a sophisticated Iron Dome missile defense. So, if the terror rockets don’t kill any Jews, but the forced retaliations kill Palestinians, anyone biased against Israel will have a field day.
Consider, for example, Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN), who flipped the script and accused Israel of committing an “act of terrorism” with its airstrikes on the Gaza Strip on May 10, which resulted in the deaths of 20 Palestinians.
“Israeli air strikes killing civilians in Gaza is an act of terrorism,” Omar tweeted. “Palestinians deserve protection.”
Indeed, they do. They deserve protection from their murderous, corrupt and Jew-hating leaders who deliberately provoke Israel into retaliatory strikes that they know endangers the lives of their people.
Provoking Israel into killing Palestinians is the perfect diversion from the blatant failures of Palestinian leadership to improve the welfare of its people. Abbas canceling the PA elections? Israel’s fault. Trouble on Temple Mount? Israel’s fault. Chronic poverty and misery? Israel’s fault. A legal dispute over houses in East Jerusalem? Let’s fire rockets into Israeli cities and blame Israel for the reprisals.
Meanwhile, these cowardly leaders sit comfortably in their villas and bunkers basking in the world’s endorsement that, yes, it must be Israel’s fault.
Last night we watched the Australian treasurer give his bags of money to the various groups such as mental health, indigenous organizations, domestic violence and old age care to name a few. It seemed that the government had no goal of getting out of the debt it had put itself into during the China virus. As one rightly wrote ‘Pop culture obsessives will never forget the famous episode of the Oprah Winfrey Show where the queen of America gave everyone in the audience — all 276 of them — a free Pontiac. What is less often remembered is that everyone who got a car also got a tax bill of $US6,000 with it. Nice.
This evening, when Josh Frydenberg stepped up to the dispatch box and delivered his ‘”you got a government program, you got a government program, you got a government program and you got a government program” budget, there was also a sting in its tail — a nice tax liability; a tax liability that will need to be paid for by our children and grandchildren.
Sweet dreams are made of this Who am I to disagree? I’ve travelled the world and the seven seas Ev’rybody’s lookin‘ for something.
Sweet dreams indeed. When the Treasurer highlighted calls “for a Reagan-Thatcher style supply-side revolution to repair the budget deficit, repay public debt and restore Australia’s lost prosperity ”, who thought he would have delivered the biggest deficit and biggest debt in Australia’s history — so large, in fact, that Wayne Swan probably threw his crystal “Galaxy’s Greatest Treasurer” trophy at the television in jealousy.
Perhaps Frydenberg’s budget strategy of childcare and age care subsidies was inspired by putting a twist of his own on the words of Ronald Reagan: “Government does not solve problems; it subsidises them”. Perhaps he was trying to give the wisdom of Margaret Thatcher a run. It was, after all, Thatcher who said “The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money” — and in this budget, the Treasurer is actually attempting to run out of other people’s money.
It so seems that the inspiration for today’s budget came from “travelling the world and the seven seas”, from seeing how those fiscal paragons of Zimbabwe and Venezuela spent their way to increased inflation. They did manage to stimulate inflation to increase wages. Unfortunately, though, prices increased much faster.
But this budget is the budget of the modern Liberal Party of Australia; the party that believes that Edmund Burke was a fool for suggesting that society was a partnership between those who are living, those who are dead, and those who are to be born.
Bugger the dead and the to be born. Take therefore no thought for the morrow. Party on, dude. Par-tay!
‘A Pakistani-American, Zahid Quraishi, has been nominated for a federal judge position in the US District Court by President Joe Biden. On Wednesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing for the first Muslim federal judicial nominee.
Given the numerous ways Islamic doctrine conflicts with the U.S. Constitution, the Senate Judiciary Committee should have questioned Quraishi about his religious beliefs. Instead, the Committee used its time to sing Quraishi’s praises and list his accomplishment.
Liberato.us supplied Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee with a Sharia tip sheet and questions listed below to ask Zahid Quraishi. Will the GOP demand answers from the federal judge nominee concerning his Islamic beliefs, or will they fear being called “islamophobic”? The term Islamophobia was invented in the 1990s by a front group of the Muslim Brotherhood to help export blasphemy laws to the West.
Questions for the First Muslim Federal Judicial Nominee
The Senate Judiciary Committee hearing for the first Muslim federal judicial nominee is set for Wednesday, April 28th. Zahid Quraishi, if confirmed, would become a federal judge for the U.S. District of New Jersey.
Given the numerous ways Islamic doctrine conflicts with the U.S. Constitution, Quraishi should be asked the following questions (which have been provided to the Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee) at the hearing:
It has been reported you are a Muslim. While there is no religious test for federal office, the Senate and the American people are entitled to know whether your religious beliefs are compatible or incompatible with U.S. law — the law which, if you are confirmed, you will be asked to swear to uphold. As a preliminary question, do you as a Muslim affirm and adhere to Islamic doctrine from the Quran, hadith, and other authoritative Islamic sources?
Islamic doctrine holds that sharia law should be the supreme law of the land throughout the world. It further holds that sharia law is divine in origin and thus superior to any human-made law, including the U.S. Constitution. If confirmed, you will be asked to swear an oath you will uphold the U.S. Constitution, which by virtue of its Article VI, is the supreme law of the land. Do you renounce the portions of Islamic doctrine calling for the supremacy of sharia law and the subjugation of all human-made law to sharia law?
Islamic doctrine holds that jihad is the means by which the supremacy of sharia law is to be achieved. Do you renounce the portions of Islamic doctrine calling for jihad to achieve sharia supremacy?
What role, if any, should sharia law play in federal cases? In family law?
Will you go on record now and state that our First Amendment right to freedom of speech gives the right to anyone in the United States to criticize or disagree with your prophet Muhammad, and will you also go on record now and state that you support and defend anyone’s right to criticize or disagree with your prophet Muhammad, and that you condemn anyone who threatens death or physical harm to another person who is exercising that right?
Our First Amendment guarantees freedom of religion in the United States. As part of that freedom, anyone in the United States has the right to join or leave any religion or have no religion at all. Will you go on record now and state that you support and defend the idea that in the United States, a Muslim has not only the freedom to leave Islam, but to do so without fear of physical harm, and will you also go on record now and state that you condemn anyone who threatens physical harm to a Muslim who is exercising that freedom?
According to the words of Allah found in Quran 5:38 and the teachings of your prophet Muhammad, amputation of a hand is an acceptable punishment for theft. But our U.S. Constitution, which consists of man-made laws, has the Eighth Amendment prohibiting cruel and unusual punishment such as this. Do you agree with Allah and your prophet Muhammad that amputation of a hand is an acceptable punishment for theft in the United States, or do you believe that our man-made laws prohibiting such punishments are true laws and are to be followed instead of this 7th Century command of Allah and teaching of Muhammad?
According to the words of Allah found in Quran 4:3, Muslim men are allowed, but not required, to be married to up to four wives. Being married to more than one wife in the United States is illegal according to our man-made bigamy laws. Do you agree with Allah that it is legal for a Muslim man in the United States to be married to more than one woman, or do you believe that our man-made laws prohibiting bigamy are true laws and are to be followed instead of this 7th Century command of Allah?
Do you affirm or renounce the following from Islamic sources and scholars:
“the worst of all the moving creatures, in the sight of Allah, are those who reject Faith and do not believe” (Quran verse 8:55)?
the testimony of a woman is worth half that of a man’s in court (various sources collected here)?
Muslims should not work in American law enforcement?
Muslims should not be “pleased with a legal system that does not come from Allah”?
Muslims should seek justice in Islamic courts, not secular courts?
SEEN AND AGREED: Steve Amundson – Counter Jihad Coalition David J. Baldovin, Special Agent (ret.), FBI, Tennessee Richard Roy Blake – Thornton,. Colorado David Bores, LTC (US Army Ret) Gladys H Fuentes-Citizens Assembled; American Patriot Community – Miami Fl Wm Gawthrop, PhD Carl Goldberg – Arizona Jim Horn Dan Hromada – Cleveland, Ohio Stephen M. Kirby, PhD Mike Ramirez, San Antonio, TX 78250 Roger Russin – Citizens Assembled – Miami FL James M. Simpson, Author Mary Wierbicki, The United West Chris Wright – Sharia TipSheet – Liberato.US’https://rairfoundation.com/where-is-the-gop-demand-the-first-muslim-federal-judicial-nominee-answer-these-questions/