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Dialogue with Ionescu. Eugene Ionesco.


Do you know the “Rhinoceros”? That amazing play written by Ionesco?

The short version would be that in a French little town you have this public servant (Berenger) who is out trying to enjoy a drink (Pernod, if memory serves me right) in the afternoon with his colleague at a café; as they’re sitting at their table they’re disturbed by the sight of a rhinoceros! 396 more words


ISIS Savages Now Crucifying Kids… | Weasel Zippers

ISIS Savages Now Crucifying Kids… | Weasel Zippers.

Just when you think you’ve seen about all of it, and how barbaric these people can become, they go even farther. 30 more words

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Obama hatches plan to explode welfare

Obama hatches plan to explode welfare.

Create as many Government dependents as possible!

(Cloward-Piven; bankrupt the country. Create a greater demand upon the economy then the country is able to handle.) 111 more words

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The Banality of Evil

Hannah Arendt describes how banal the realities of Nazi atrocities were, how ordinary they seemed to those carrying them out.  Her exposition on the trial of Adolf Eichmann entitled… 1,828 more words


No opposition can be tolerated

Most observers of Thailand’s politics would probably agree that, since the 22 May 2014 military coup, the establishment of an intolerant and repressive regime under the The Dictator, General Prayuth Chan-ocha, has seen opposition to the coup crushed. 660 more words

Sick of Hearing About Racism

I recently read the whining, puling comments of Danny Cohen the Director of Television at the BBC regarding Jeremy Clarkson. Like all leftist whiners, Cohen can’t comprehend that someone else might have a different opinion than his socialist, progressive views. 459 more words