Exposing the Criminal Liberal Bias of America's Newspaper of Record

Exposing the Criminal Liberal Bias of America's
Newspaper of Record

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

The Power Is Back On In New Orleans

Back soon to bashing the Times.



M.G. said...

Artur! Glad to see you're alive. We were all waiting with bated breath to see if NOLA would have its second Day Without White People. Down there, the apocolypse is never far...

M.G. said...

Bonjour Artur,

RE: Millet and Breivik--
For a pessimist like myself who's already resigned to the fact that white Europe has decided to take a gun to its head, the whole Millet fiasco is amusing.

The debate here sounds like the intelligentsia at Cordoba jawing over their lattés in 711 while the Umayyads pound at the gates. 'Pedro, how dare you insinuate these lovely Arabs are here to do anything other than enrich our lives with their vibrant glottal fricatives and delicious kebabs.' *head lopped off*

This comment especially:

Cet homme [Millet] est un idéologue dont les propos sont proches (euphémisme) du délit d'incitation à la haine raciale. ... Cet individu agresse l'idée même de vie en société. Il défend le repli sur soi identitaire des européens blancs qui n'est rien de moins que le retour à la barbarie.

A good little apparatchik in 1940s Russia, stamping his feet priggishly over an invented crime... 'This man's words are almost an incitation to counter-revolutionary thought!' His conclusion?

'Il faudrait qu'il soit condamné par la justice.'

It's sad, scratch almost any liberal these days and there's a censorship-loving statist lurking just underneath. Also this mental giant seems to think the Renaissance, Enlightenment, and Industrial Revolution were 'la barbarie,' as they all happened without anyone present except 'des européens blancs.'

RE: Counter Currents, it's a treasure trove. That's where I first saw F. Roger Devlin's outstanding Sexual Utopia in Power. As for Majority Rights, I'm not too familiar with it, though I have clicked through there before. I'll have to give it a closer look.

Bon courage for the aftermath of Isaac.