The Soviet Union may have ceased to exist but the idea of Communism hasn’t. Egalitarianism is the Trojan horse that has brought America on the verge of ruination.
Two videos featuring an interview with Soviet defector Yuri Bezmenov are embedded in this post. One is relatively short, the other is longer, but more in depth.
Ideological subversion is the process which is legitimate and open. You can see it with your own eyes…. It has nothing to do with espionage.
Negros, Mexicans, and Asians care only about racial politics. They want more than their fair share of the pie and they’ve successfully used government to get it.
The white race cares primarily about building something–leaving a legacy of greatness, much as the ancient Egyptians did with the pyramids.
Take three minutes to go dfor a ride on the Zephyr in 1934. It’s an example of a beautiful and useful object produced by the mind of the white man.
Read more at Wikipedia. The determination of the white man to overcome all obstacles is much in evidence in the story of the design and construction of the Zephyr.
The Zephyr sits in a Chicago museum today.
On Saturday, the world’s globalists were forced to eat a bag of d*cks thanks to an early Christmas present by American president Donald J. Trump.
In a move that’s likely to receive little notice from the put-upon American working class, the President acted quietly once more to work toward fulfilling a campaign promise to put America First.
Trump’s darkly tinted UN Ambassador Nimrata Randhawa (aka Nikki Haley) probably choked on a weiner or two herself when forced to make the announcement.
Continuing his “America First” approach to foreign policy, President Donald Trump has pulled the U.S. out of a United Nations compact seeking global cooperation to protect the safety and rights of refugees and migrants.
Trump’s decision to end America’s “participation in the Global Compact on Migration” was disclosed on Saturday by the U.S. Mission to the U.N. Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the U.N., explained in a statement that the pact’s “global approach” was “simply not compatible with U.S. sovereignty.”
As Christmas approaches what comes to mind along with Santa Claus? Why, reindeer of course.
We don’t want to be reading bad news about our antlered friends now that there’s a chill in the air and visions of Santa flying though the night are dancing in our minds.
With the worldwide publicity being given to this story, Norway will surely finally do something to stop the slaughter of Santa’s beloved motor power.
Over 100 reindeer have died in just three days after being mown down by freight trains in Norway.
Reindeer herder Torstein Appfjell, 59, called the deaths “totally tragic” and said the number of animals killed was “unprecedented”.
Mr Appfjell, who said he was “dizzy with anger”, said the worst incident happened on Saturday when 65 animals were mown down.
The herder, who looks after around 2,000 reindeer in Helgeland in the North of the country, said 106 reindeer have been killed since Thursday.
At least 250 reindeer were killed by trains over the last 12 months.
Led by their herders, groups of animals have been migrating from their summer pasture in the mountainous regions towards the coast.
But as they head towards their winter home, many have been caught on the train tracks dividing their route.
Warnings for trains to drive slowly through the migration area failed to reach the drivers due to “a technical failure”, according to Norwegian news website NRK.
Local train operator, Bane Nor has now reduced the speed of their vehicles in the area, according to local media.
Local residents, who say the slaughter of the reindeer on the tracks happens every year, are calling for a barrier to be built along the rails to protect the migrating animals.
The reindeer were there before the railroad. They should have the right of way.
Get the job done, Norway. Build a reindeer overpass or a reindeer tunnel by the railroad tracks, but protect those storied creatures from harm.
Excerpt from globalnews.ca
It is an amazing tale of survival.
Dog walker Annette Poitras spent more than two days lost in the backcountry of Eagle Mountain in Coquitlam with three dogs.
They were all rescued alive and safe Wednesday afternoon, and now more details are coming to light about how they survived the rain and the elements.
Annette was with a collie named Chloe, a boxer named Roxy and a puggle named Bubba. They didn’t leave her side, even though one of them initially wandered off when Annette fell and hurt herself.
But luckily, that dog came back and then all four of them stayed together until they were rescued.
Despite having no water or food, it appears the group took care of each other as best they could.
“[At] one point, the last night — when it was torrential rain — the short-haired boxer, [Roxy], was cold, so [Annette] took off one of her rain jackets to put over the boxer,” said Marcel. “To keep it warm.”
Annette also learned a survival tip from the dogs.
“She happened to notice one of the dogs was digging a hole to sleep in,” explained Marcel. “[The undergrowth], it’s very spongy, it soaks up a lot of water. So she started sweeping away all the brush and everything to get down into the dirt and kind of made herself a little well to sleep in. She learned from the dogs.”
Annette will remain in hospital until at least Friday. She didn’t break any bones, but she is in quite a lot of pain and is not able to walk yet.
Marcel said his wife lost her cellphone when she fell around 5 p.m. on Monday.
Marcel said that after his wife is released from hospital they are hoping things will get back to normal.
“Quiet, peace. Walking dogs. Visiting family,” he said. “[We’ve] got plans to go away for Christmas, had those for a while. We’re going to go to England to visit her father.”
“So that’ll be a great time and yeah, we’re just going to get back to normal.”