Kevin MacDonald: “I’m not optimistic about the future of the West”

(source) Reposted from Demokracija (Slovenia). Written by  Andrej Sekulovič. We spoke with Kevin MacDonald, a professor emeritus of psychology at Long Beach State University of California. His research focuses primarily on the development of evolutionary perspectives on culture, developmental psychology and personality theory. You have a long career in psychology, as a Professor at California State University,... Continue Reading →

The Lessons of Lewiston, Maine

(source) Lewiston, Maine shows us two things: how quickly populations can change and why change matters.  In 2000, it was a sleepy, 95-percent white, mill town of fewer than 35,000 people. By 2010 it was only 86 percent white. This was almost entirely due to the arrival of Africans – mostly Somalis – who raised the... Continue Reading →

The world must know the truth: Delhi unrest was a genocidal anti-Hindu riot, not the other way around

(source) With a death toll of fewer than 60, the Delhi unrest has been exalted as a Muslim “pogrom” by politicians and comedians alike. “Widespread anti-Muslim mob violence,” says Bernie Sanders. India’s Prime Minister was “ethnically cleansing” India’s “religious minorities”, declares an equally India-illiterate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Both are trying to attract votes of Muslim Americans... Continue Reading →

How Islam progressively takes over countries

(source) In Dr. Peter Hammond’s book, “Slavery, Terrorism and Islam,” he documents the way Muslims slowly develop a presence in various countries and as their population numbers build, become more aggressive and assertive about exercising Sharia law. “Islam is not a religion, nor is it a cult. In its fullest form, it is a complete,... Continue Reading →

Emasculated West Primed For A Muscular, Muslim Takeover

(source) Programed as they are in feminist myth-making, journalists, young and old, often ask incredulously, "Why would western girls travel to join ISIS fighters?" "ISIS men don't believe in equality between the sexes." At heart, neither do women. Not when hormones rage. Islamic State projects strength. Strength is an aphrodisiac. Women are biologically programmed to be... Continue Reading →

What Makes a Nation: The Case of Japan

(source) In nearly every way, Japan puts us to shame. Whether it is crime rates, literacy, GNP growth, investment rates, life expectancy, or even the yearly number of patents per capita, Japan is well ahead of us and of nearly everyone else. People who visit Japan are tempted to think that the Japanese are just... Continue Reading →

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