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capitalist democracy is superior to all other forms of society and culture.
2: Ronald Reagan won the cold war and defeated communism.
3: The Soviet Union was an evil empire that murdered millions.
4: Socialism kills, free markets feed.
5: Wearing a Che Guevara t-shirt is the moral equivalent of wearing a
6: Public transport sucks.
7: The founding of the United States is the greatest thing to happen to
the human race since the Magna Carta was signed.
8: Eddie Lawson is the greatest motorcycle racer of all time.
9: The free market is the most fair and efficient method of allocating
10: Public broadcasters should be shut down or fully privatised.
The Guardian loves Fidel
not perfect, but...."
The 10 most influential Australians of the 20th Century
Wickstein has counted
the votes and come up with the list.
five of the folks on his list. Here was mine.....
Reverend John Flynn
Paine" over at Silent Running is
to become an Aussie. Now, certain rules have to be followed for our
citizen-to-be, like no more smug mockery every time the All-Blacks win
He had a dream
his successors made it turn to shit.
years ago today, Martin Luther King delivered possibly the most
powerful speech in American politics since Abraham Lincoln defined what
the United States stood for in his Gettysburg and Second Inaugural addresses
of 1863 and 1864.
The century separating
the speeches by the two men, both of whom were to be murdered by racists,
was a shameful time for all Americans who believed in the promise of
the Declaration of Independence, "that all men are created equal".
It was why King
described his dream of hope "that my four little children will
one day live in a nation where they will be judged not by the colour
of their skin but the content of their character".
Yet now, the "civil
rights" movement is lead by worthless racist gangsters like Jesse
Jackson and Al Sharpton, who's entire agenda is judging people by the
color of their skin. The sad part is, so many people don't see the hypocrisy.
piece in Frontpage
on the humanitarian disaster in France.
As the numbers
of heat deaths climb, a final figure of close to 20,000 is being seen
as not unrealistic in other words, a humanitarian disaster.
death toll in Guantanamo Bay, which the French are in the habit of condemning
with dainty disgust as barbaric, sweltering, fetid and inhuman, remains
remarkably stable: None.