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The Future of Black America
by Christopher DeGroot
November 17, 2017
For that way of life does at least provide a sense of masculine value, the young belonging with other men. Like soldiers in war, they live against the (law-abiding) grain. Although progressives, driven by anxious resentment, believe men and women are interchangeable, both the teaching and the enforcement of moral conduct require male leadership. Morality derives historically from religion—a distinctly male affair. You men reading this will remember being young and ignoring what mom told you to do—until dad, that bigger, fearsome fellow, came along. That is the natural order of the family. Once its government became dominated by women, Sweden soon became the rape capital of the Western world. That is the collective folly, the herd sentimentalism of female leadership. When it comes to obedience, men are by no means inclined to submit to women, nor, as a general rule, to anyone who does not cause them to feel fear, something that usually only other men can do. Accordingly, proper authority has always been and must continue to be a masculine business.
The Dog That Didn’t Bark
Imprisoning and Torturing Billionaire Oligarchs
ISRAEL SHAMIR • NOVEMBER 30, 2017 • 2,700 WORDS
The Daily Mail, in an exclusive report, tells us that “the Saudi princes and billionaire businessmen arrested in a power grab earlier this month are being strung up by their feet and beaten by American private security contractors. The arrests have been followed by ‘interrogations’ which a source said were being carried out by ‘American mercenaries’. ‘They are beating them, torturing them, slapping them, insulting them. They want to break them down,’ the source told DailyMail.com.
(‘Blackwater’ has been named as the firm involved, and the claim of its presence in Saudi Arabia has also been made on Arabic social media, and by Lebanon’s president. The firm’s successor, Academi, strongly denies even being in Saudi Arabia and says it does not engage in torture.)
The torture in the glamorous hotel had been reported by one of best old-hand journalists in the Middle East, David Hearst. Several detainees were taken to hospital with torture injuries, he writes.
Friday, Dec 1, 2017
Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to the FBI Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn pleaded guilty Friday to making “willfully” false statements to the FBI about his contact with former Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak. Flynn resigned as national security adviser less than a month after President Trump’s inauguration for lying about his contacts with Russian officials. Congressional Democrats have also told ABC News that Flynn hid information about overseas trips and contacts with foreign officials when applying for his security clearance, and The Wall Street Journal reported that Flynn and his son had considered kidnapping exiled Turkish cleric Fethullah Gullen — who the Turkish government blames for 2016’s failed coup — on behalf of the Turkish government for $15 million. Source: CNN, ABC News
Michael Flynn confirms he’s cooperating with special counsel Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn confirmed Friday that he has agreed to cooperate with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team after pleading guilty to lying to the FBI. “After over 33 years of military service to our country … it has been extraordinarily painful to endure these many months of false accusations of ‘treason’ and other outrageous acts,” Flynn said in a statement. He added: “I recognize that the actions I acknowledged in court today were wrong and, through my faith in God, I am working to set things right.” He called his decision to cooperate with Mueller “in the best interests of my family and of our country.” Source: Yahoo News
Trump requested top Republicans end Senate Russia probe This summer, President Trump asked Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.) and other senior Republicans in the Senate multiple times to bring to a close the panel’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, several lawmakers and aides told The New York Times. “It was something along the lines of, ‘I hope you can conclude this as quickly as possible,'” Burr told the Times. He said he told Trump that “when we have exhausted everybody we need to talk to, we will finish.” Several Republicans were concerned about Trump’s “forceful” requests to end the inquiry, but Burr downplayed the incidents, arguing that Trump has “never been in government” and doesn’t know what is proper. Source: The New York Times
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