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Globalism, Europe’s Final Battle: To Save Humanity, We Must Stop the Globalists

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Tue, 05/09/2017 - 10:43

Young Macron has won the French elections. The old French voted themselves into the hands of a globalist Rothschild banker posing as a communist. Mainstream media gobbled it up, painting Macron’s opponents as cowards. The other guys supposedly voted for right-wing contender Marine Le Pen out of an irrational fear of Islam.

The Politics of Ridicule: Progressive Liberals and Their Argumentum Ad Absurdum

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Thu, 04/27/2017 - 12:56

Bears live in bigger holes than foxes. Foxes live in bigger holes than rabbits. Rabbits live in bigger holes than mice. Mice live in bigger holes than ants. Bears are racist, foxes are fascist, rabbits are capitalist monsters, mice are privileged, and ants are victims of institutionalized discrimination.

Celebrate the European Spring!: It's Time to Choose What We Stand For

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Tue, 04/25/2017 - 10:36

As a teenager, I was a socialist, but in adulthood I turned out to be a reactionary. What went wrong? Well, I’ve grown tired of standing by as waves of millions of immigrants crash into Europe’s shores every year for over half a century. The politics of our replacement have made all other politics obsolete. There’s no point in debating policy when there’s no place left to govern. Europe has gone to hell.

The Chimp Engineers: A Parable

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Sat, 04/15/2017 - 11:31

Scientists are struggling to make sense of chimpanzees after discovering a lack of diversity and equality among their ranks. Since 1995, a group of scientists working for the Ngogo Chimpanzee Project in Uganda has been monitoring a chimp society consisting of over 200 members. Yet, despite aggressive efforts to make the Ngogo chimps more diverse, ignorant males continue to practice patriarchy.

Reading Faster or Smarter?: Speed Reading Techniques Ignore the Obvious

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Sat, 04/15/2017 - 11:21

For the past few months I’ve been getting up at 6am to finish reading a book by 9am, every day. Sometimes an especially voluminous tome took me two or three days to finish, but on other days I finished two books in one day. But here’s the important piece of information: I don’t use any speed reading techniques.

World War’s Winners and Losers: Participants’ Economic Gains and Losses in Terms of Gross Domestic Product

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Thu, 04/13/2017 - 13:47

Who won the First and the Second World Wars? History says German lost both, and the United States of America won both. Economic data supports the historical record. Comparing participants by their share of global GDP, or gross domestic product, I’ve identified which countries benefited most from either world war.

The Imploding G7: If the European Union Was a Business, Its Investors Would Put It up for Sale

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Wed, 04/12/2017 - 11:43

Comparing each state’s relative share of the global economy, or its ‘market share’ as measured by its gross domestic product (GDP), I noticed four of the G7 states have been steadily losing their share since at least 1900. They are the four largest European economies of Germany, France, Italy and the United Kingdom. Much unlike the US, Canada, and Japan.

How will Europe’s decline affect the world?

The Hollywood Dilemma: Why American Notions of Diversity Fail Globally

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Wed, 04/05/2017 - 11:41

With aging white demographics less interested in bringing their cash to the box office, how can Hollywood’s film industry survive in a globalized world? How might Hollywood compete with emerging film industries and moviegoer markets in China, India, Eastern Europe, the Arab world and Africa?

The Changing Face of the U.S. Economy: This Graph Shows What Open Borders Are Doing to America

Submitted by Mathijs Koenraadt on Wed, 04/05/2017 - 11:28

Graph 1. U.S. Population: Whites vs. Non.Whites (1900-2015)

The blue line in the graph above shows how the total U.S. population has developed since 1900. The red line represents white people’s share of the population (not counting Hispanics). The graph shows that America been a white Christian nation for a long time, at least up until 1960, when U.S. demographics suddenly began to change.