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Preparing For The New Holocaust: China’s Authoritarianism Is On The Rise, Is America’s Left Next?

Now we have Communist China that has developed techniques to turn its citizens against one another through “social credit”.  It sends those who disagree with their rule to prisons, where they can be taken apart as living organ donors at the whim of the Socialist State.  It deceives its citizens by rewriting history and controlling the information they are permitted to access and the news they are allowed to hear. 

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It’s OK To Be A White Guy

But the “okay” sign hasn’t always meant “white supremacy.” It used to just mean “okay” – you know, as an innocent answer to a question.  That got me to thinking.  If its meaning had changed over time, what other non-verbal communication signals had changed as well?  I don’t want to accidently signal that I’m a cis-gendered homophobe or something.  I decided to do a little research.

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A Dozen Nameless Americans Prove the System Works

Interestingly, the same people who pointed to the jury as the final word in the OJ trial cannot do the same in the Rittenhouse case. The jury and its verdict only work when it serves their cause, and their cause is always Race. It is startling to see the number of people who think the people shot by Rittenhouse were black. This is the perception the media gave them.

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Unsaid: Joseph Rosenbaum Might Have Committed Suicide-by-Rittenhouse

We’ve heard much about the criminal records of the three Rittenhouse assailants’ who were shot (and a bit about the checkered past of the fourth attacker, who wasn’t shot), and rightly so. But underemphasized in Rosenbaum’s case is that he actually was what we today call “mentally ill,” having been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Why is this relevant? It not only helps explain his irrational behavior, but there’s also this:

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We’ve Entered The Necessary Age Of Zealots

Today there’s no great animus toward the people of Germany, but eighty years ago there was, and such a reaction was, in my estimation, absolutely necessary. War is an ugly thing, full of death and destruction and atrocities too difficult to process without a way to justify it in one’s mind. War cannot be prosecuted, no matter how just and necessary, without first making it mentally “okay.”

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