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By F. Roger Devlin on 09/21/2021

Are Feminists (And Female Immigration Enthusiasts) Witches?

See also: Is Antifa A "Spiteful Mutation"? Are We Headed To A "Mouse Utopia" Collapse?

 Dr. Ed Dutton is hardly the first person to notice the similarities between feminists and witches: it is a favorite theme of feminists themselves. There is even an entire Wikipedia article devoted to “Feminist Interpretations of the Early Modern Witch trials.” But Dutton’s new book Witches, Feminism and the Fall of the West is probably the first study to bring the best in evolutionary theory to bear on the question.

Historically, witch trials were characteristic not of the Middle Ages but of the Early Modern era, peaking in the seventeenth century: a circumstance often perceived as ironic in view of the simultaneous rise of modern rationalism.

The political economy of witchcraft, The Economist, October 31, 2017

But there is both a climatic and an evolutionary explanation for this timing.

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By F. Roger Devlin on 09/21/2021

Are Feminists (And Female Immigration Enthusiasts) Witches?

See also: Is Antifa A "Spiteful Mutation"? Are We Headed To A "Mouse Utopia" Collapse?

 Dr. Ed Dutton is hardly the first person to notice the similarities between feminists and witches: it is a favorite theme of feminists themselves. There is even an entire Wikipedia article devoted to “Feminist Interpretations of the Early Modern Witch trials.” But Dutton’s new book Witches, Feminism and the Fall of the West is probably the first study to bring the best in evolutionary theory to bear on the question.

Historically, witch trials were characteristic not of the Middle Ages but of the Early Modern era, peaking in the seventeenth century: a circumstance often perceived as ironic in view of the simultaneous rise of modern rationalism.

The political economy of witchcraft, The Economist, October 31, 2017

But there is both a climatic and an evolutionary explanation for this timing.

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By Ann Coulter on 09/22/2021
Earlier by Ann Coulter: The Vaccine Karens As with Robert Frost’s two paths diverging in the woods, the COVID pandemic has hit a fork in the road. Back in 2020, when the virus first presented itself, anything could be forgiven. Trump could shoot hydroxychloroquine up his butt; Fauci could sneer at masks, then a week later demand that we wear 17 masks; governors could order everyone to stay home, wh...
By Michelle Malkin on 09/21/2021

In nearly 30 years of covering America's corrupted immigration and entrance policies, I can tell you definitively that every "border crisis" is a manufactured crisis. Caravans of Latin American illegal immigrants don't just form out of nowhere. Throngs of Middle Eastern refugees don't just amass spontaneously. Boatloads of Haitians don't just wash up on our shores by random circumstance.

All the world's a stage, and as I exposed in my most recent book, "Open Borders, Inc.," the world's migrants are nothing more than expedient tools to globalist elites, profit-maximizing corporations, self-aggrandizing religious and nonprofit groups, and criminal smuggling syndicates.

That's how the so-called border crises under former Presidents Bill Clinton, George Bush, Barack Obama and Donald Trump all played out. The players are always the same: United Nations operatives, U.S. Chamber of Commerce lobbyists, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and its sovereignty-undermining shelter operators around the world, Jewish and evangelical Christian refugee resettlement contractors, international drug cartels, human traffickers, and their militant multicultural abettors. It's the same old, same old under President Joe Biden. The latest wave of Haitians traversing rough seas and barren deserts to trespass onto U.S. soil at our southern border in Del Rio, Texas, is no accidental phenomenon.

By Noah Arnold on 09/20/2021

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As our readers know, VDARE.com has extensively covered the events at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, 2021. We attended the Trump rally early that morning and ultimately found ourselves thrust into the front lines of a large crowd that made its way up the Capitol steps, covered by plumes of tear gas and attacked by Capitol Police officers. We risked our safety knowing the importance of capturing what would surely be a defining moment of the 2020 election. We need not say that an accurate account of January 6th is of utmost importance to us, and we grieve the loss of patriots who passed away that day [D.C. medical examiner releases cause of death for four people who died during Capitol riot, by Peter Hermann and Steve Thompson, Washington Post, April 7, 2021]. The treatment of January 6th protestors is not something we take lightly, and we have and will continue to shed light on the disparate treatment shown to those patriots compared to BLM and Antifa thugs who continue getting away with rioting, looting, and violent attacks nationwide.

 

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 09/20/2021

In a diplomatic coup, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced a deal last week with the U.K. and U.S. to have those Anglo-American allies help build a nuclear-powered submarine fleet for Australia.

A $66 billion French deal to provide Canberra with diesel electric-powered submarines, among the largest defense contracts Paris had ever negotiated, was blown off.

By Barton Cockey on 09/19/2021

Frankly, I’m surprised it took this long. The people who hate us and our history never, never let up. Normal, well-adjusted people go about their own business, but those people don’t. The Third Reconstruction a drive for explicitly anti-white racial socialism, is only beginning. See The United States Needs a Third Reconstruction,  by Wilfred Codrington III, The Atlantic, July 20, 2020.(Wilfred Codrington III [Email him] right,  is an assistant professor at Brooklyn Law School and a fellow at the  Brennan Center for Justice.)

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