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On The Need for Strength and Prowess

On The Need for Strength and Prowess

21 July 2011

In Service to The One      Our modern world is one fraught with conflict on multiple planes: political, religious, physical.  Each of these is worthy of an address in itself, but for the sake of simplicity and clarity the focus will be on a single facet which is important to all people who value their rights as ordained in their traditions..  Our world is undergoing profound changes, particularly in the knowledge that an increase in media coverage and networking has allowed both for greater communication for those who seek justice and surveillance for those wishing to increase their tyrannical control.  In this case we stand in our western nations at a crossroads between whether we will be able to preserve our rights—which in the end are incumbent on our fulfilling our responsibilities—as an increase in anti-traditional sentiment continues to [...]

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How Liberal Westerners Distort Buddhism

How Liberal Westerners Distort Buddhism

20 July 2011

In societies which hold the individual as the focus of ideological progress, many people become excited at the idea of becoming “different” or more “original.” Westerners tend to cherish individuality to the point of rebellion, attempting to stand out and draw attention to themselves by their lifestyle, clothing, hairstyles, or adoptive cultural tendencies. In the last few decades, a variety of people – from Christian apostates and atheists, to crypto-Marxists and reform Jews – have been part of an interesting current.  Perhaps, in an attempt to reject the “old clothes” of Christendom, they have decided to take on the “new clothes” of Buddhism.  In America and Europe, the s0-called “progressives” are attracted by the mere idea that it is a an ultra-permissive religion and the antithesis of Western thought.  Those Western individuals find Buddhism “exotic” and are spurred on [...]

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Zionist America’s favorite communist terrorists

Zionist America’s favorite communist terrorists

18 July 2011

American politicians have recently been lobbying to remove the MEK from a list of terrorist organizations. Last Tuesday, six Members of Congress lead by Bob Filner (D-CA) and Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA), both stallwart supporters of the Zionist state, signed a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urging that the State Department remove the far-left terrorist group from the US list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations.  The other signers were: Ted Poe (R-TX), Judy Chu (D-CA), Edolphus Towns (D-NY), and Mike Coffman (R-CO). This is all despite the fact, even according to the State Department, the MEK has engaged in “anti-Western activity,” in the past., and ”staged terrorist attacks inside Iran and killed several US military personnel and civilians.”  The State Department’s information on the group also stated that the MEK is “cult-like” and that they “have the capacity to commit terrorist [...]

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17 July 2011

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Gold makes a comeback worldwide

Gold makes a comeback worldwide

16 July 2011

As the Western welfare states crumble beneath the weight of years of unsound policy, inflation, and a byzantine tax system, gold has become an increasingly attractive way of representing wealth.  The Telegraph reported that gold has reached an all-time high around the world, and that emerging powers such as China and India have abandoned the American dollar and have increased their gold reserves.  In Indonesia, where gold prices recently closed at a price of some 13.6 million rupiahs per ounce, some local governments have recently allowed private mints to issue gold bullion as legal tender to be used as a transaction medium.  And last year, Vietnam, also saw an increase in gold trading, as the Vietnamese dong continued to fall. It will probably be not surprising to the readers of this site that gold is money.  As a rare commodity, it [...]

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The trouble with Irshad Manji

The trouble with Irshad Manji

14 July 2011

Among critics of Islam, there few voices more prominent than the revisionist Irshad Manji.  Calling herself a “refuseniks,” Manji has been praised in the media, along other radical feminists such as Wafa Sultan and Ayaan Hirsi Ali, for their virulent denunciations of Islam and Muhammad.  Western pundits praise Manji for her “bravery,” and portray her as a courageous woman who is fighting fighting oppression and marching bravely forth toward the so-called democratic-atheistic values of the West.  Contributing her appeal is Manji’s persona herself: she is an ethnic minority in Canada and a radical lesbian feminist who voices solidarity with great liberal values of the secular and multicultural state, making her the ideal candidate to be the overaged poster-child of politically correct demagogues.

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False abuse allegations in divorce: a growing epidemic

False abuse allegations in divorce: a growing epidemic

11 July 2011

Dan Abshear, who writes for Henry Makow’s excellent blog, recently wrote an article in which he explains the tragic situation in which he was accused of molesting his daughter.  As a loving father, this could have not been a more shocking accusation to him.  However his concern for his daughter resulted in accusations from the radical feminist camp that he was somehow molesting her.  In response, he threatened litigation against the school, but the school administration, lead by the principal (a close friend of his openly lesbian ex-wife) bans him in retaliation. As it turns out, such accusations are very common when a child’s parents are divorced.  While the stigma against child abuse is rightly founded, many of the accusations are not: an estimated 77% of allegations are determined to be unfounded, according to Child Forensic Studies expert Dean Tong. [...]

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Culture Wars: How America Finances Decadence at Home and Abroad

Culture Wars: How America Finances Decadence at Home and Abroad

10 July 2011

A 1995 article by the English newspaper The Independent has denounced the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for using modern ‘art’ as a ‘weapon’.  According to the article, during the 1950′s and 60′s, the CIA and American government were at the helm of a covert operation to encourage the abstract decadence of various leftist and Trotskyist artists such as Robert Motherwell, Willem de Kooning and Mark Rothko.  The reason was not because such “artists” actually displayed talent, but because in so doing the Americans would be able to say that they were the brave defenders of intellectual freedom, and be able to claim a shallow moral superiority over the Soviet Union, which had a far more critical attitude towards artistic endeavors. The article states: The decision to include culture and art in the US Cold War arsenal was [...]

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The Oath Against Modernism for Non-Catholics

The Oath Against Modernism for Non-Catholics

06 July 2011

On 8 September 1907, Pope St. Pius X issued the encyclical Pascendi dominici gregis, which condemned modernism in relation to the Roman Catholic religion, which, in part, translated from the original Latin, reads: Undoubtedly, were anyone to attempt the task of collecting together all the errors that have been broached against the faith and to concentrate into one the sap and substance of them all, he could not succeed in doing better than the Modernists have done. Nay, they have gone farther than this, for [...] their system means the destruction not of the Catholic religion alone, but of all religion. In order to understand this proposition, let us consider, first, what the Catholic church defines as Modernism, which may be found in the Catholic Encyclopedia: An exaggerated love of what is modern…The modern ideas of which we speak [...]

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The Statistics of Affirmative Action

The Statistics of Affirmative Action

05 July 2011

This article is a response to the letter from G. Dhananjay and R. Venkataraman regarding the recent overturning of Proposition 2 in the American state of Michigan. The recent overturning of Proposition 2 is perhaps a stunning example of judicial activism in America.  The people of Michigan voted overwhelmingly to ban affirmative action, but two activist judges claimed that it was somehow unconstitutional because it somehow restricted the political rights of minorities.  While one could plausibly make the argument that assigning racial preferences to Black and Hispanic students, solely on their race gives them more political rights, it is preposterous to say that the elimination of such preferential treatment and the consideration of the an individual’s merit as a student is somehow unfair.  To put it bluntly, an affirmative action ban is not unjust simply because it doesn’t allow underachievers from the ghetto to [...]

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