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White mass shooters are not terrorists. They present no pretext for retaliation. Remember, the Global War On Terror?

Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock is not a terrorist. That’s not because you or anyone is a racist for thinking only darker-skinned Jihadists are terrorists. “Terrorism” is a bureaucratic contrivance, as in, The Global War On Terror. It means … Continue reading

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Do Jews and Muslims actually benefit from anti hate speech laws?

The United Kingdom just denied entry to a Dutch Right Winger because he supposedly said bad things about Muslims, and meanwhile, Germany continues to imprison people who say bad things about Jews. Who came up with this idea that if … Continue reading

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