August 2018

Laws against Racial Profiling: Correcting for ‘White Privilege’?

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Fri, 08/10/2018 - 10:51

Nobody wants to be made a suspect in a crime for no other reason than the color of one’s skin. In theory, laws against racial profiling serve to protect the innocent. However, when judges only uphold anti-profiling laws in order to prevent white police officers from investigating non-white suspects, courts have fallen under the spell of a dark ideology. Are courts throughout the Western world perhaps trying to correct for ‘white privilege’ by surreptitiously granting non-whites special legal status?

They Knew: Collecting Evidence for the Next Nuremberg Trials

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Sat, 08/04/2018 - 13:31

Sometime around 2010, I was having lunch with a woman in Munich, Germany. She told me she had moved there from Berlin, where she had lived for many years. Having frequently visited the Berlin Opera House, she had befriended a wife (or an ex-wife) of George Soros. At that time, I did not know anything about this man other than the fact he was a Greek billionaire and stock market speculator. (He is Hungarian.)

Cassie Jaye’s ‘The Red Pill’ Documentary: A Honey Trap

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Thu, 08/02/2018 - 10:36

Cassie Jaye is a former feminist who converted after investigating the men’s rights movement. That doesn’t mean she’s on men’s side. Today, she is neither anti-feminist nor a men’s rights activist. Then what is she after? Well, according to her own TEDx talk, she “still supports women’s rights” and believes that “if we want to honestly discuss gender equality, we need to invite all voices to the table.” [Emphasis mine.]