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  • Redbaiter 02:24 on March 3, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Education reform, Kurt Schlicter   

    Let’s destroy liberal academia, the root of so many of the West’s problems 

    The left win constantly because we do not confront them. Universities and many other academic institutions are the territory of the left and we need to take it from them. They have been left to hold that territory uncontested for far too long.

    The present day generation of politicians are not ever going to do it. It has to be the generation that will come in following the ascension of leaders like Ted Cruz, Scott Walker and Trey Gowdey. It will start in the United States and gradually spread throughout the West.

    The benefits will be manifold. If we take Universities back from the left our children will be educated and not have their heads filled with divisive Marxist fairy tales. Our societies will become more stable and more advanced as the outcomes of real education displace the sludgy crosswired and destructive thinking of those processed by the current system. Kurt Schlicter nutshells all of this so well in an article he has written on Townhall.com. Let’s Destroy Liberal Academia (abridged)

    It’s time to give current university system the Old Yeller treatment, except normal Americans will giggle when this rabid mongrel gets put down.

    Understand that the purpose of modern American “education” is not to educate students. It is primarily to provide cushy, subsidized sinecures for liberal administrators and faculty while, secondarily, providing a forum to indoctrinate soft young minds in the liberal fetishes du jour.

    Modern academia is a refuge and sanctuary for the left within our culture where the inhabitants can devote their full efforts to destroying the very society that subsidizes them without having to worry about actually producing anything of value. It’s an intellectual and moral cesspool. Just look at some of the nightmares that have slithered out of our universities and into mainstream society in just the last few decades – political correctness, hook-up culture, Barack Obama.

    College today is about gaining admission – once you’re in, your work is done and you spend the next five or so years guzzling beer, sporadically attending class in massive lecture halls, and trying to get a notary to sign off on your sexual consent paperwork.

    A high school graduate should walk across the stage and out the door of the auditorium with a diploma that demonstrates that he can read, count, identify the three branches of government, and correctly place World War II as occurring after World War I. But, thanks to the teachers’ unions that repay the support of the Democrat Party by churning out an endless parade of semi-literate, mouth-breathing future liberal voters, that’s not the case. The first two years of college today now do what the first two years of high school used to do.

    For generations, modern liberal academia has been at war with normal Americans. It’s time we shot back – just ask Old Yeller.

    One other extremely positive outcomes of freeing education from the left will be a more objective and effective media. Which in turn will provide a functioning democracy as opposed to the virtual one party states every western nation suffers under today. Education has been lost for four or five decades. Its long past time the situation was remedied, and it will be if we can just get to it before its current graduates turn Western society into East Berlin circa 1970.

  • Redbaiter 12:10 on March 2, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Hey Progressives..!! There is a legitimate argument against mass immigration 

    Many on the left condemn opposition to mass immigration as “racist”. This is an absurd allegation for many reasons and I’ll explain why below. Libertarians often join the left in this condemnation although for different reasons. They say restrictions on immigration will stunt economic growth.

    The NZ National Party kind of supports the Libertarian view, although with them its really pragmatism over principle. John Key and his hopeless socialist acolytes know that without a massive inflow of foreign capital driving consumerism and the real estate market, their extravagant and reckless socialist budgets would drown in a sea of red ink.

    National party supporters often label dissent as racist too, or though the word xenophobic seems to be more favoured. Perhaps because its got a few more letters, something that appeals to the half educated hipsters that make up the younger factions in the party and chase “cool” as if their life depends on it.

    Mark Levin has been a political mentor of mine through his books and radio show for 15 years or more. He spoke at the US CPAC conference yesterday and as only Levin can do, laid out the case against mass immigration clearly and succinctly. He successfully rebutted the progressive argument that “we are a nation of immigrants” by stating that we are in fact a nation of citizens. He’s not against immigration. In fact I don’t know anyone who is.

    What Levin is against is mass uncontrolled immigration that does not allow migrants time to assimilate into the culture of the host country. Without this time you basically have invasion, where the newcomers set up enclaves marked by different cultural perceptions and habits, and these enclaves grow and grow until they compete with traditional culture for space and political representation. Balkanisation is only a matter of time.

    The point is that in countries that have established cultures based on western values of individual freedom and democracy, immigration must only occur at a rate that enables assimilation. Otherwise the traditional culture is threatened and may even be overcome, as is illustrated by events in the UK and France, for only two examples.

    Socialist political polices as practiced in NZ by Labour and National (too spineless and bereft of principle to turn back any of the left’s key anchor policies) have put NZ in a parlous economic position. The same goes for most other countries in the west. Mass immigration is demanded to shore up economies against the fiscal damage caused by socialist policies.

    Very little thought has been given to the downside, but it is an inescapable fact that a flood of migrants who do not assimilate will compete with the traditional culture. This is the danger the Nationals and so many other socialists (and Libertarians ignore). If we lose the principles that established our free and democratic society,and that so many lives have been lost defending in so many wars, then what have we gained?

    Immigration is fine but its happening far too quickly and with far too little care for its overall impact. Socialism drives this unwelcome operation. We must stop big spending governments, restore individual responsibility, and get our budgets in order. Surely this is a preferable alternative to the selling out of our cultural heritage. The very thing that made immigrants want to leave their own countries and come here in the first place.

  • Redbaiter 01:34 on February 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Jihadi John, Mohammed Emwazi   

    Jihadi John- We know who the coward is 

    Jihadi John
    The masked Islamic State militant known as “Jihadi John”, who has been pictured in the videos of the beheadings of Western hostages, has been named. He is Mohammed Emwazi, a Kuwaiti-born British man in his mid-20s from West London, who was known to UK security services. They chose not to disclose his name earlier for operational reasons.

    Emwazi had been detained by counterterror officials in Britain at least once, in 2010. The paper also reported that Emwazi is from a well-to-do family, graduated from college with a degree in computer programming and is thought to have traveled to Syria sometime in or around 2012. He was raised in a middle-class neighborhood in London and on occasion prayed at a mosque in Greenwich.

    Emwazi first appeared in a video last August, when he apparently killed the American journalist James Foley. He was later thought to have been pictured in the videos of the beheadings of US journalist Steven Sotloff, British aid worker David Haines, British taxi driver Alan Henning, and American aid worker Abdul-Rahman Kassig, also known as Peter.

    So his mask is now worthless, and this despicable coward, who specialised in hacking the heads off other men when their hands were manacled behind them and they were defenceless can now be tracked down and killed.

    I hope some of the real men who make up the West’s armed forces do the job on this inhuman POS as soon as they have his location.

    • Chuck Bird 08:30 on February 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      The should feed his carcase to hungry pigs. That way he will not get any virgins.

      • Redbaiter 09:19 on February 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply

        Yeah, or have a woman administer the killing shot. Has the same effect I think.

        • caleb 21:51 on February 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply

          throw his family in jail

    • floyd 12:40 on February 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      towel headed mug!

  • Redbaiter 08:17 on February 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: FCC,   

    Incredible..!!! FCC rules to govern web being kept secret 

    I’ve been saying for years that eventually the left will come after the internet. I said they would one day work out that such a free and open means of communication was a danger to them and I was right. US President Barack Obama, IMHO the worst and most extreme left POTUS in that country’s history, is implementing legislation he calls “net neutrality”.

    That is 322 pages of regulations expected to become law this Thursday and are incredibly being kept hidden from the public until that event takes place.

    Gordon Crovitz at the Wall Street Journal said the so-called “net neutrality” campaign could be called “Obamacare for the Internet,” but that would be “unfair to Obamacare.” Officials say they are based on a 1934 utility regulating plan, and unless Congress or the courts block the rules, “it will be the end of the Internet as we know it,” Crovitz wrote.

    Ajit Pai and Lee Goodman, two of the FCC commissioners, wrote that the real reason for the proposed rules is the perception on the part of some that freedom is “a vacuum in need of government control. “The purpose is control for control’s sake. Digital dysfunction must be conjured into being to justify a public-sector power grab.”

    I hear nothing from the Republicans on this. Are they really such a collection of hopeless cowards they would allow Obama to ride so incredibly roughshod over the publics’ right to know? This legislation is, as the above commentators point out, completely unnecessary and represents nothing but an attempt by Orwellian bureaucrats and their politician flunkies to kill off a source of irritation to the left. I don’t know this for sure of course, but why else would they want to keep the regulations secret?

    That virtually nothing is being done by the Republicans to stop this outrage or even make the new regulations available for public discussion confirms that in the fight for freedom folks, we’re on our own today. In a battle with a huge monolithic force that is increasingly unyielding to public concerns. I can feel the walls closing in more every day.

    • lafayetteangel 08:35 on February 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      “I hear nothing from the Republicans on this. Are they really such a collection of hopeless cowards…” Yes

    • The Gantt Guy 09:42 on February 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I saw somewhere the FCC Commissioner refused to attend before Congress. This would be a new low, even for the minions of this evil administration – I mean, at least Koskinen had the grace to front up. Every word out of his mouth was obfuscation, dissembling or outright lies, but at least he showed.

      If the FCC Commissioner’s refusal is in response to a subpoena, the Sergeant at Arms should be instructed to immediately attend at his offices and physically drag his commie arse into the hearing room. If not, a subpoena should be issued immediately and then the Sergeant at Arms so instructed.

      • Redbaiter 11:37 on February 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply

        If you’re taking any notice of Trey Gowdy’s Benghazi enquiry and or the inquiry into the IRS’s corrupt persecution of the Tea party, you’ll see the same kind of resistance. The Democrat Party today is such a band of arrogant power drunk thugs you can see quite easily how they could morph into the Nazis or a Pol Pot type regime.

    • Mr_Blobby 16:16 on February 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Yes if it is about Neutrality and freedom why would you want it to be secret.

      What exactly is net Neutrality.

      If it is FREE and NEUTRAL why would you need 322 pages of regulations.

      Does not pass the smell test.

  • Redbaiter 01:25 on February 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply

    Flood gates open on Pachauri's alleged sexual harassment 

    From Pachauri’s resignation letter-

    “For me the protection of Planet Earth, the survival of all species and sustainability of our ecosystems is more than a mission. It is my religion and my dharma.”

    Another women has claimed that Pachauri has sexually harassed her, alleging sexual assault, stalking, harassment, and uttering threats from 10 years ago.

    “On many occasions, against my wishes and despite knowing that I am totally against any such behaviour/act, Dr Pachauri has grabbed my body by hugging me, holding my hands, forcibly kissing me and touching my body inappropriately.”

    This follows similar allegations made by a 19 year old UN researcher a few days ago. In defense of these allegations Pachauri claimed he had been the victim of “unknown cyber criminals.” For this to be true they must have been in control of his phone and other communication gear for around 17 months. And is he saying the same thing happened 10 years ago too? In fact, most of the allegations have nothing to do with electronic devices.

    The truth that should have been revealed so long ago is now coming out, and it looks very much like Pachauri is a serial harasser of young woman on his staff. Ongoing harassment, unwelcome physical contact, and demeaning treatment is apparently the norm.

    For at least a decade, Pachauri’s office appears to have been a workplace whose most senior official felt entitled to call women on their personal mobile phones after hours and during holidays. In which women were asked personal questions about their love life. In which they were continually groped, pestered, and invited to spend private time with Pachauri. And in which their complaints to other TERI personnel were brushed aside.

    Woman #2 says that, 10 years ago, she talked to TERI colleagues including the women who comprised the Human Resources team, about doing a joint petition, an internal complaint. Seeing that the women at Human Resources were themselves subjected to such harassment did not instill much confidence in the exercise but it would at least go on record…

    “Having mustered some courage, I complained to the then administrative head, essentially the side-kick to [the] Big Boss. Side-kick refused to believe me, saying that I may have misread [Pachauri’s] warmth, that such things had never been reported, requested me to end the matter there and started to show me a meditative, self-help magazine that he subscribed to.

    Around that time, I gained admission at a university abroad. Since I quit the organisation, I was relieved that this was the end of this ugly episode.

    Not quite. When he saw my resignation letter, [Pachauri] threatened: “From the airport to the University you are headed to, I have friends at every step. Let’s see if you manage to leave the country.”

    All this happened ten years back. So why am I speaking up now? I had little courage then, but it feels like I have more now…”

    Rather than media telling the truth about this creep, the magazine Nature published a glowing profile of Pachauri. Written by Gabrielle Walker, it assured us that “his staff love him.” She describes a dramatically different workplace, one in which Pachauri is “a hero to his employees.”

    This guy should have been put under the microscope a long time ago. He wasn’t because as a favourite of the global Marxist movement, he was immune from the scrutiny others would normally face. Well, the cat is well and truly out of the bag now.

    Follow up links-

    More Women Accuse Pachauri

    IPCC chair RK Pachauri cancels trip to Nairobi after second woman complains of sexual harassment
    Fresh allegations claim Pachauri’s advances were commonplace.

    Pachauri tried to stop publication of his alleged offending

    Pachauri resignation letter

    Revealed: the racy novel written by the world’s most powerful climate scientist

    • Mr_Blobby 16:41 on February 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I think Helen will be safe.

  • Redbaiter 11:11 on February 25, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Countries who fight,   

    List of countries that have committed to military action against ISIS 

    The following list identifies those countries who have taken an active stance to fight ISIS, by engaging in air strikes, on ground military action or assisting other countries in those actions. Countries that have given non-military assistance are marked with an asterisk.


    • Nov. 4: Announces it will establish “the largest anti-terrorism directorate in the [Balkan] region,” following reports of Albanians joining the Islamic State. A day before, Foreign Minister Ditmir Bushati said Albania is interested in making further military contributions to the coalition against IS.
    • Aug. 24: Starts sending weapons and ammunition to Kurdish forces in Iraq. Earlier in August, Albania said it would send supplies, including 22 million rounds of AK-47 7.62 millimeter bullets, 15,000 hand grenades, and 32,000 artillery shells of different calibers.
    • Used as takeoff point for Australian aircraft delivering arms to Kurdish fighters in Iraq.


    • Nov. 4: Announces it has so far dropped 27 guided 500-pound bombs on IS targets, hitting 14 and destroying 11, including logistics bases and equipment storage facilities, and that 200 special forces members will move into Iraq within the next week to advise Iraqi security forces.
    • Oct. 30: Passes a controversial new law aimed at stopping people leaving to fight for IS. The law increases the government’s ability to collect data, cancel passports, and prohibit travel to certain destinations, on “national security” grounds.
    • Oct. 9: PM Tony Abbott suggests there may be a future role for Australian combat troops.
    • Oct. 8: Begins airstrikes in Iraq.
    • Has sent 600 service members to the UAE, where they await deployment to serve as advisors in Iraq.
    • Sept. 3 to Sept. 8: Delivers about 150 tons of small-arms ammunition to Kurdish fighters.
    • Has sent at least $5 million in emergency humanitarian aid to northern Iraq, including airdrops to Mt. Sinjar and Amerli.
    • Aug. 17: Immigration Minister Scott Morrison says Australia will offer to resettle some 4,400 people who have fled Iraq and Syria, claims Australia has the capacity due to success in stopping asylum-seeker boats.


    • Has sent about $1.3 million in emergency humanitarian aid to northern Iraq. Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz says the country will stick to providing humanitarian rather than military assistance.

    (More …)

    • Mr_Blobby 17:55 on February 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Starting to sound like IS is a popular uprising ,a military version of the Arab spring, right across the middle east.

      The response so far is billions in military aid pledged, millions in humanitarian aid, but little else.

      Tens of thousands of “advisers” and “trainers” and lots of bombs dropped with impunity.

      All the advice and training in the World will not help, if the people do not support it. Increasingly it is looking like the majority of popular support is for IS.

      So the coalition of the willing is looking more like an occupation force. Supporting corrupt regimes.

      Hiding behind the “wire’ in heavily fortified bases.

      This is a no win situation.

  • Redbaiter 10:09 on February 25, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Racsim, Rugby World Cup,   

    Springbok world cup rugby team to be selected on race 

    Just after Clive Rice pointed out that race based selection rules have weakened the South African team’s chances in the Cricket world cup, it has been announced that South African rugby squads will include seven non-white players in 23-man match squads in the run-up to this year’s World Cup in England, starting in September.

    At least two of the seven non-whites in this year’s squads must be black Africans, distinguishing them from players of mixed race who have long played a role in Springbok teams. RNZ says the inclusion of seven non-whites will be a challenge for the Springboks coach Heyneke Meyer, whose starting fifteen right now would probably include only one black African and two mixed race players.

    Once there were massive demonstrations in NZ because the NZ Rugby team did not include players of Maori blood during tours of Sth Africa. Now the situation is reversed with Sth Africa excluding players of white skin, the silence is deafening.

    Those with a brain know it was really all about installing a communist govt in Sth Africa. The left see the destruction of what they call “white power structures” as key to their plans for gradual subversion of all western democracies. Its why racism is only ever called out when its white on black and reverse racism gets a free pass.

    Oh well, I guess South Africa can kiss goodbye to the Rugby World cup. The left don’t care. They’ve made their point.

    • mawm 21:30 on February 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I hear Clive Rice collapsed at home and investigations have revealed an inoperable brain (?brainstem) tumour. The desperate seek help from charlatans and he is off to India for surgery. I grew up with Clive and my thoughts are with him and his wife Sue.

      Affirmative action has never been seen as a way to improve outcomes. In South Africa this has come in many guises such as BEE (black economic empowerment) which has done nothing other than ruin a functioning bureaucracy and create a huge amount of white poverty. Added to this is the pig-headedness of seeing things fail, such as electricity generation and the supply of water, and not employing the numerous suitably qualified whites to repair it but turning to Cuba instead, seeing they have been so successful at home, to do so at an enormous cost. SA is well on the path to Zimbabwefication…..and all those others that became basket cases once the colonial powers withdrew.

      • Redbaiter 21:53 on February 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply

        The cricket team will kind of encapsulate that manner of thinking, in that a rugby team selected on skill won Sth Africa the world cup and the country benefited greatly from that success.

        Yet today they select on race and will lose the Cricket world cup and the next Rugby world cup as a result. Just so blind.

        Sad to hear about Clive Rice. He has always been a hero. One of many that exist in Sth Africa. God knows why they stay there.

  • Redbaiter 03:05 on February 25, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: AGW, ,   

    Chief UN climate change advocate Rajendra Pachauri quits after sexual harassment charges 

    ScreenShot004 It couldn’t happen to a bigger fraud. Funny thing is, Al Gore got done for the same stuff.

    India’s Rajendra Pachauri has stepped down as chair of the UN panel of climate scientists after allegations of sexual harassment, which he denies. Mr Pachauri, chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) since 2002, pulled out of an IPCC meeting in Kenya this week after Indian police launched an investigation into a sexual harassment complaint against him. He has denied the allegations, according to an Indian court order.

    Pachauri is 74. His alleged victim is a 29 year old female researcher. Lawyers for the woman, who cannot be named, said the harassment by Pachauri included unwanted emails, text messages and WhatsApp messages.

    His lawyers claimed in the court documents that his emails, mobile phone and WhatsApp messages were hacked and that criminals accessed his computer and phone to send the messages in an attempt to malign him. Yeah sure, sounds like just more of the same old BS we’ve been hearing from this fraud for decades.

    He was due to step down this year anyway, so there’s not a lot in it. However if it turns out there is substance to these charges it won’t help the credibility of the UN, a body whose reputation is already badly scarred.

    There are around 200 western governments who have been beguiled by the global warming myth, and this year was going to be big for the signing of a new treaty in December to replace the failed Kyoto accord. Already damaged by revelations of data manipulation and other fraud, the AGW movement may not recover from revelations its leader has been skirt chasing in the office. One can only hope.

  • Redbaiter 16:17 on February 24, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Iraq, ,   

    John Key's pacifist drivel typifies West's submission to terror 

    The argument on sending troops to Iraq is so depressing, in that its basically just the far left arguing with the extreme left over the rights and wrongs of the issue. As usual the extreme left are white-anting our forces right from the get go for the mere benefit of political advantage. Contemptible.

    For the record, I’m against any engagement with ISIS for the following reasons-

    1) The rules of engagement armed forces will be forced to fight under advantage the enemy and cripple our own forces ability to fight. We’re sending our troops to their possible death and we don’t even give them the right to fight. There are soldiers in jail in the West for fighting these scum as they should be fought.

    2) I don’t want to see troops fighting this cowardly sectarian trash at close quarters and putting their lives in danger anyway. We need to get heavy with these bastards and hit them with the big stuff.

    3) Which leads me on to the concern with Iraq. Misplaced. We need to kill ISIS because they are the enemies of the West. Iraq with its contempt for the democracy allied soldiers died to bring them, has long ago canceled itself out of our concerns.

    John Key said “Defeating ISIL will mean winning the hearts and minds of those vulnerable to its destructive message.”

    He also said “Our military can, however, play a part in building the capability and capacity of the Iraqi forces so they can fight ISIL themselves.”

    Wrong on both these counts. Its not about Iraq or “those vulnerable to its destructive message”. And for the extreme left, its not about any “club”. Its about the West and killing these vile scum before they kill us.

    The West has been incredibly weak in dealing with ISIS and other extremist Muslim factions, which is not surprising considering the treasonist behaviour of the leader of the free world, Barack Obama. Sure we need to fight ISIS. If we had Winston Churchill as PM in the UK, and clones in NZ, Australia and the US, I’d say let’s go for it. Get it done.

    Under the current collection of weak prevaricating compromisers and surrender monkeys, its a no go. Lets get rid of the girly men and get some brave patriots leading the West. Then we can deal it to these murderous ISIS scum.

    • Ashley Schaeffer 08:39 on February 25, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Well said Red. I am also opposed to getting involved but it sure ain’t because I’m a pacifist. Over on Farrar’s National Party blog the drums of wars are beating loud, but they can’t see that this will go nowhere. The Shia-led Iraqi government created the conditions for ISIS to arise and then have to cheek to ask for Western help to fight them. We will just be supporting one bunch of genocidal thugs against another. The lives of decent New Zealand soldiers will be put at risk when the real risk to the West isn’t being addressed at all. I also remember the recent words of the retired American marine who said 300 American marines could sort ISIS out pretty quickly if they are let off the chain and actually allowed to win a war. The Allies didn’t defeat Hitler by playing nicely. And we won’t see the end of Islamic terrorism until the gloves come off.

      • Redbaiter 10:25 on February 25, 2015 Permalink | Reply

        Yes, the “hearts and minds” faction has a lot to answer for. It makes me want to spit when I read that phrase.

  • Redbaiter 11:53 on February 24, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Feminism, Patricia Arquette   

    All hail Western feminism’s brave struggle 

    First world femisnism

  • Redbaiter 12:36 on February 23, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Clive Rice, Cricket, ,   

    Racism weakening South Africa's World Cup Cricket team? 

    South Africa has a Communist government and they’re as usual clueless about how to make a success of anything. The country is a economic and social basket case with murder rape and other crime at record levels and poverty steadily increasing. Racism was one of the levers the left used to install South Africa’s government, and now of course in true left wing style, the hypocrisy of their current racism, because its black guys doing it, goes completely unremarked upon.

    Its surprising to hear someone prominent speak out on the issue of race in sport, but former Proteas player Clive Rice believes the racial quota in the game in South Africa is hurting their chances of winning the Cricket World Cup. One of the pre-tournament favourites, South Africa’s stocks have fallen after suffering a 130-run loss to India in Melbourne last night.

    There is a racial quota in South African domestic cricket, while the national side is encouraged to have players of colour. Rice, a former all-rounder, believes South Africa doesn’t have its best side at the World Cup. He believes winning the World Cup with the best players would do a lot more for the game in South Africa than having racial quotas. Rice says that was shown when South Africa won the Rugby World Cup in 1995.

    It surprises me that blacks continue to be blind regarding the mix of race and communism, and how it ends up for those involved. There’s never any good to come of it, but they still keep falling for the same old divisive and derelict Marxist drivel. Why send a cup team to compete if its not the best team? Because its more important to be Communist than to play the game.

    This post is primarily sourced from a news item on RNZ.

  • Redbaiter 08:58 on February 23, 2015 Permalink | Reply

    One of Communism's greatest enemies, Singapore's Lee Kuan Yew gravely ill 

    As I wrote in this post some time ago “Dying Detroit, thriving Singapore- two cities from which we can learn so much”

    “The main reason the left lost in Singapore is Lee Kuan Yew’s knowledge of communist subversion strategies. He fought them all his younger life, and learned well from this experience, and was always able to identify their work. He was a man of iron compared to the jelly backed wimps we are saddled with in New Zealand.”

    Australia’s ABC reports-

    Singapore’s first prime minister and the man widely credited with the city state’s economic success, Lee Kuan Yew, is in hospital with severe pneumonia.

    “His condition has stabilised and he remains on mechanical ventilation in the ICU [intensive care unit]. He is conscious and lightly sedated,” the prime minister’s office said in a statement on Saturday. Mr Lee, who turned 91 last September, was admitted to hospital on February 5, the office said.during his 31 years as prime minister.

    Mr Lee built the small South-East Asian island into one of the world’s wealthiest nations He served as the leader from 1959, when Singapore gained self-rule from colonial ruler Britain, until he stepped down in 1990 in favour of his deputy Goh Chok Tong, who in turn handed power to Lee Hsien Loong in 2004.

    In a book published in 2013, the statesman said he felt weaker by the day and wanted a quick death. The long-time fitness buff has visibly slowed since his wife of 63 years Kwa Geok Choo died in 2010.

  • Redbaiter 08:22 on February 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Shahada   

    Did Obama send furtive hand signal to Muslim leaders? 

    I believe Obama to be a Muslim. So many don’t. That is fine, I’m not going to argue the many reasons why I think it is so, except to say that those reasons grow more numerous as time goes by. Another one surfaced a few days ago.

    There is a hand signal Muslims give each other to signify their like mindedness. Its called the Shahada. Here is a photo of an ISIS fighter (back seat nearest camera) giving the sign.

    Shahad hand signal by ISIS fighter.

    Shahad hand signal by ISIS fighter.

    The index finger points straight up while the thumb wraps underneath and presses against the digital phalange of the middle finger. The remaining fingers are squeezed against the palm in order to highlight the extended forefinger. The extended finger is symbolic of the one-God concept of Muhammad and is understood by all believers to be a symbolic shahada, the Muslim affirmation of faith: There is but one God and Muhammad is his messenger.

    So here’s another photo taken at last August’s U.S.-African Leaders’ Summit in Washington D.C. Barack Hussein Obama looks very much like he’s flashing the Shahada to the other Muslim leaders present.


    OK. Maybe its nothing. In fact I have my suspicions regarding the authenticity of the photo. However on top of all of the other stuff, it could well be telling a true story.

  • Redbaiter 03:16 on February 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Red China, Singapore, US Navy ships   

    United States to send combat ships to Singapore 

    While New Zealand continues to cuddle up to Communist China, the United States says it will deploy four warships designed to fight in coastal areas to Singapore by 2018, further expanding US military presence in Southeast Asia. Up to four littoral combat ships (LCS) will be sent to Singapore on a rotational deployment as part of the US Seventh Fleet ships, Rear Admiral Charles Williams confirmed on Tuesday.

    The deployment of the warships comes as Washington embroils itself over issues in Southeast Asia, including those with China and North Korea. The United States has held numerous joint military drills with regional allies in Southeast Asia (Japan, Bangladesh, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.) despite criticism by China and North Korea.

    The US State Department said in a recent report that Red China’s sovereignty claims in the South China Sea were both unclear and inconsistent.

    Meanwhile, China has called on Washington to stay out of regional disputes and not to take sides. China has frequently warned the US to be cautious in its words and actions with regard to territorial disputes involving China and its neighbors.

    Beijing claims sovereignty over almost the whole of the South China Sea, which is also claimed in part by Brunei, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and the Philippines. The waters are believed to sit atop vast reserves of minerals, oil and gas.

  • Redbaiter 03:09 on February 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Papua New Guinea   

    Papaua New Guinea reinstates the death penalty 

    The death penalty has not been used in PNG for more than 50 years, but was re-enacted last year when the law was amended to include more offences. The National Executive Council then approved three modes of execution – lethal injection, firing squad and hanging.

    Since then, 13 people have been waiting on death row, but lack of infrastructure has meant there has been no method to enact the capital punishment. Recent reports suggest both Indonesia and Thailand have stepped in with offers of financial assistance and expertise.

    Dr Lawrence Kalinoe, secretary for the Department of Justice and attorney-general, said people had had enough of serious crime and perpetrators should die for their crimes.

    The crimes in PNG that could attract the death penalty for those convicted included: treason, piracy, wilful murder, aggravated rape, robbery involving violence, and sorcery-related killings.

  • Redbaiter 09:09 on February 18, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Multiculturalism, , Sweden   

    Multi-culturalism in Sweden- Rapes increase by 1,472% 

    Forty years after the Swedish parliament unanimously decided to change the formerly homogenous Sweden into a multicultural country, violent crime has increased by 300% and rapes by 1,472%. Sweden is now number two on the list of rape countries, surpassed only by Lesotho in Southern Africa.

    Rape statistics

    So it seems like one of the most damaging effects of a multi-cultural environment is mostly felt by woman.

    Back in 1975, the year when politicians decided that Sweden was to become multicultural, the Swedish population stood at 8,208,442. By 2014 it had grown to 9,743,087. An increase of 18.7%. This growth is entirely due to immigration, as Swedish women on average give birth to 1.92 children compared to the 2.24 average of immigrant women. One should, however, keep in mind that in the statistics, second-generation immigrants are counted as Swedes.

    Sweden’s recent population growth is without parallel. Never before in the country’s history has the number of inhabitants increased so fast. Sweden is now the fastest growing country in Europe.

    Over the past 10-15 years, immigrants have mainly come from Muslim countries such as Iraq, Syria and Somalia.

    Twenty-one research reports from the 1960s until today are unanimous in their conclusions. Whether or not they measured by the number of convicted rapists or men suspected of rape, men of foreign extraction were represented far more than Swedes.

    • 1960-1970s – 1.2 to 2.6 times as often as Swedes
    • 1980s – 2.1 to 4.7 times as often as Swedes
    • 1990s – 2.1 to 8.1 times as often as Swedes
    • 2000s – 2.1 to 19.5 times as often as Swedes

    This month, all major Swedish media reported on a brutal gang rape on board the Finnish Ferry Amorella, running between Stockholm and Åbo in Finland. Big headlines told the readers that the perpetrators were Swedish:

    • “Several Swedish Men Suspected of Rape on the Finland Ferry” (Dagens Nyheter).
    • “Six Swedish Men Raped Woman in Cabin” (Aftonbladet).
    • “Six Swedes Arrested for Rape on Ferry” (Expressen).
    • “Eight Swedes Suspected of Rape on Ferry” (TT – the Swedish News Agency).

    On closer inspection, it turned out that seven of the eight suspects were Somalis and one was Iraqi. None of them had Swedish citizenship, so they were not even Swedish in that sense.

    The mainstream media are complicit in one of the most destructive frauds ever perpetrated against the West.

  • Redbaiter 15:20 on February 17, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Garth Paltridge, Australian Academy of Science   

    Ex Chief of Australian CSIRO writes devastating critique of climate change industry 

    One of the most devastating critiques of the Climate Change con I have read lately. Written by Garth Paltridge, former CSIRO chief research scientist and director of the Antarctic ­ Co-operative Research Centre. It would take a particularly foolish warmist to disparage Mr. Paltridge as “unqualified”.

    “THE Australian Academy of Science has released a new document, The Science of Climate Change, aimed at the man and woman in the street. It was prepared on behalf of the academy by leading lights of the global warming establishment. Some day the academy may come to regret the arrangement.

    The problem is that, after several decades of refining their story, the international gurus of climate change have become very good at having their cake and eating it too. On the one hand they pay enough lip service to the uncertainties of global warming to justify continued funding for their research. On the other, they peddle a belief — this with religious zeal, and a sort of subconscious blindness to overstatement and the cherry-picking of data — that the science is settled and the world is well on its way to climatic disaster. The academy document fits neatly into the pattern. It is a sophisticated production that tells only one side of the story.”

    The full article is over the fold.

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  • Redbaiter 14:02 on February 17, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ,   

    Ann Coulter nails it on immigration 

    The thing I have always liked about Ann is that she is always completely unafraid of expressing her opinons, a character trait that frequently sends the left into an outraged frenzy.

    Coulter genocide

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