Lindsey Graham

Senator Lindsey Graham’s impassioned, explosive defence of Judge Brett Kavanaugh at the hearing yesterday reminded me a moment of Kenneth Clark’s Civilisation that I watched long time ago on our black-and-white, family television: They even called on the great sculptor of the Enlightenment, Houdon, to commemorate their victorious general. The resulting statue of Washington stands…

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Heisman’s suicide note, 11

Or: A key to understanding the ethnosuicidal United States I had said in the previous post that I would not read beyond page 500. But a friend on Facebook suggested that I read what Heisman says about the Norman Conquest and I have found oil. I wonder if those white nationalist scholars in the history…

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Hunter hunts Ben

“Racism” became stigmatized in the United States between 1938 and 1945. American racial attitudes, particularly in the Northern states, softened during this period. It became dogma that blacks were equal to Whites. Benjamin Garland blames it all on the Jews. Why were millions of Jews let into the United States in the first place though?…

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Washington & White Cloud

Painting of the day: Gilbert Stuart George Washington ~ 1795 National Gallery of Art Painting of the day: George Catlin The White Cloud ~ 1844/45 National Gallery of Art

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