Monday, December 26, 2016

Drexel Professor Advocates White Genocide

Christmas is a time to celebrate the birth of Jesus. Typically, this involves time with family and friends and exchanging gifts. We think of the past year and hope for a future year of love and peace.

Well, not for a Drexel University professor named George Ciccariello-Maher.

Yeah, George thought Christmas Eve was a perfect time to advocate for genocide. Technically, advocating for a genocide is an international crime and could result him from being banned from numerous countries.

Based on his Twitter history, it has been revealed that his racial hatred is not not limited to this isolated event. He has a long history of advocating racial genocide and violence. Scary that such a man represents Drexel university.

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Plane Boy Stages Delta Airline Hoax

While Berlin is still burying their dead from the most recent Muslim attack, we have a known YouTube hoaxer claiming "racism" based on a hoax he created on a Delta Airlines flights. He claims he was thrown off a Delta flight because he was speaking Arabic. Yeah, right.

Adam Saleh makes a living by staging YouTube pranks exposing evil White racism. However, prior investigations have exposed that he stages his videos and lies. He is a con man that makes a living off White gullibility.

Maybe Obama will invite him to the White House to meet Clock Boy.

Monday, December 19, 2016

Russian ambassador to Turkey - RIP

It is starting to feel like 1914 again.

A Turkish policeman murdered the Russian ambassador while screaming the usual Allahu Akba stock phrase. Of course, we will be told that this has NOTHING to do with Islam.

As tensions were already high between Russia and Turkey, this could get interesting. Thankfully, Trump is not interested in a war with Russia. So, hopefully, this assassination will not start a chain reaction such as started WW1.

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Santa Claus is a Nationalist - Why Traditions Matter

The current debate of "Merry Christmas" vs. "Happy Holidays" is not trivial - it represents a world view. Those who say "Happy Holidays" do so in a globalist sense to include all religions. Whereas "Christmas" is very much a European and Christian tradition.

And traditions DO matter.  Once a people lose their traditions, they tend to lose their hope for the future. People embrace hedonism and reject children. This represents the seeds of destruction for a civilization.

Monday, December 5, 2016

Wake-up call for the Globalists: Nationalism is inevitable

The CBC funded a rap video that celebrated what they see as the "inevitable" end of the White race. Posted on YouTube, the video received a whopping 99% negative rating. Of course, the publishers were too scared to open the comments.

People around the world hate the idea of globalism and genocide. People want to maintain diversity and not turn the entire world into some globalist dystopian vision where humanity become a soulless, grey blob.

Friday, December 2, 2016

Donald Trump Saves American Jobs

Probably the deciding factor of the 2016 Presidential election was not Pepe cartoons or clever memes, but economic nationalism. Hillary wanted to continue with globalism. Hillary's basic attitude was that if you lost your job due to out-sourcing, that was too bad. You were expected to retrain and find something else. Of course, it was not exactly clear what the "something else" was. Not all people can be government employees.

Donald Trump was the candidate that said he would keep American jobs in America. And he has delivered on this promise even before taking office. Based on Trump's negotiations, Carrier has decided to keep over 1,000 jobs in America.

Yeah, Obama and other globalists mock this as just a drop in a bucket.  But what they don't see are the jobs that were scheduled to be outsourced this year that might be put on hold. I am sure many corporations are now reevaluating their outsourcing plans based on a Trump presidency. The risk of punishing tariffs could force many corporations to take a "wait and see" attitude before they send more jobs overseas. This alone could have save thousands of jobs.