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War on Christmas comes to France as Jihad on Christians

Figures

That report says two dead and one brain-dead; this one (which omits the suspect’s name, tellingly) says three (perhaps they include the brain-dead one, which makes more sense than separating out); I heard four on a YouTube show.

Regardless, this happening after weeks of protests by the ‘gilets jaunes’, as the Guardian story noted, I wouldn’t be surprised if a ‘state of emergency’ is used as a pretext to move against them.

My hope is that the Yellow Vests add irritation over lack of national security, and concerns over immigration, to their tax and economic protests. Make the connections: the welfare state looking after millions of unassimilable immigrants who hate Westerners puts an undue economic burden on ordinary Frenchmen…

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Traitors, one and all, except Max

Spot on.

Not only did Trudeau go to India – which, as PM, isn’t out of the ordinary – but so have ostensible conservatives Andrew Scheer, Jason Kenney, and Patrick Brown, all gone over there to pander. It works, of course: Patrick Brown won Brampton’s mayoral race no doubt because of the contacts he made a year ago over there when he was still Ontario’s Tory leader; no way can a white person win Brampton’s mayoralty without Indian support…

Anyway, I expect a Liberal PM to go to India and pander; I’m disappointed when supposed rightists do likewise, but I’m certainly not surprised, when they do…

But you know who hasn’t gone over there to pander (far as I know and as far as I can tell in attempting to fact check this)?

Maxime Bernier.

There’s a man who still has some honour, and who is not a traitor to his people.

 

Corruption in Orange County

 

Why do the Group summits keep getting bigger?

Back in the day, it was the Group of Seven, the seven richest countries.

Then it was the Group of Eight; I forget if that was when Russia started being included, because of geopolitics, despite its shitty economy.

It has morphed to the G20 now, but if you look at the group photo:

One sees far more than 20 people; this is because it’s G19 plus the E.U., whereas back in the day certain E.U. members like Britain, France, Germany and Italy were included as individual members.

Oh yeah, and now Saudi Arabia is included, too.

This club of nations keeps getting bigger and bigger.

To what end?

Who benefits?

Apart from George Soros and the globalists, that is.

Seriously, though, what is accomplished by bringing more and more countries and trans-national organizations to such summits?

Hell with this.

I want back just a handful of great powers with different spheres of influence, who then, as great powers, hash matters out in great powers summits, not mini-U.N. meetings…

Let’s bring back the 19th century or earlier, please. 😉

 

What Cultural Marxism takes young women and turns them into, illustrated; before and after pics

Start here, scroll down (ignore top one, as that’s apparently an actress in a role on the right).

Weep for our civilization, then pray for it, then fight for it.

 

Evangelicals Have Been At This Longer than Woke Millennials

Evangelicals Have Been At This Longer than Woke Millennials

A good reminder that precious little separates secular progs, leftanjellyfish, and old-school mainlines…

Old Life

Eric Weinstein, of Intellectual Dark Web fame (Bret’s brother), recently tweeted how novel the ideas and language of social justice warriors are:

But for evangelicals, “social concern” has been around for almost forty-five years:

The Lausanne Congress, sponsored by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, drew 2,700 peopple from around the globe — at the time the largest-ever gathering of evangelical Christian leaders.  The Assembled believers — ministers and lay people, racially diverse, the vast majority of them men — would be part of a singular moment in postwar evangelicalism.

Like all of the major presenters, [Rene] Padilla had pre-circulated a paper, a rather scholarly treatise on the centrality of repentance to Christian ethics. The audience was not surprise, then, to hear Padilla lecture his fellow participants at Lausanne on the sins of the evangelical church, and on its failure — their own failure  — to take seriously Jesus’s call to…

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Spot on, Max