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UK Government Puts Immigrant-Invaders Ahead of UK Citizens

Posted By pcr3 On August 12, 2020 @ 6:13 am In Guest Contributions | Comments Disabled

UK Government Puts Immigrant-Invaders Ahead of UK Citizens

https://www.rt.com/uk/497417-illegal-migrants-hotels-government/ [1] 

 
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WHAT ENGLAND WAS LIKE BEFORE THE IMMIGRANT-INVADERS

Posted By pcr3 On September 19, 2020 @ 8:05 am In Guest Contributions | Comments Disabled

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England, like Europe, US, and Canada, continues to commit racial suicide.

 Army barracks to become UK’s first ‘migrant camp’ following surge in Channel crossings, despite complaints from MPs [1]

 

 
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An Immigrant-Invader Speaks Truth About Britain’s Loss of Identity

Posted By pcr3 On October 2, 2020 @ 6:18 am In Guest Contributions | Comments Disabled

An Immigrant-Invader Speaks Truth About Britain’s Loss of Identity

“With their media, economy and capital city wholly dominated by foreigners, the British are now a colonised people, trudging exhaustedly towards a globalised extinction, boxing with shadows to distract themselves along the way.”

https://www.rt.com/op-ed/502169-culture-war-uk-us/ [1] 

 
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Chronicles Magazine of American Culture
 
Remembering the Right
 
December 2020

Remembering Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

The Anti-Politician
 
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above: above: on June 5, 1994 Solzhenitsyn arrives by train in Khabarovsk, Russia, returning to his homeland after 20 years of exile (Richard Ellis / Alamy Stock Photo)
 

Ours is an age of politicization. No matter the problem, real or imagined, proposed solutions are always couched in the language of politics. No subject can be discussed without constant reference to its political ramifications. Whatever position a political leader may adopt with respect to a current “issue,” it must be judged not by its relevance to governance, but by its impact on upcoming elections. Everything, in short, is viewed through the prism of politics. Politics has come to occupy the center of the lives of many, if not most, Americans; it is the search engine for meaning in a secular world.

In his famous commencement address delivered at Harvard University in 1978, the Russian dissident writer Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn attempted to awaken his listeners to their condition: “We have placed too much hope in politics and social reforms, only to find out that we were being deprived of our most precious possession: our spiritual life.” 

Solzhenitsyn was born Dec. 11, 1918 in Kislovodsk, a spa city in the North Caucasus region of Russia. The Bolsheviks had seized power a year earlier, but a civil war of annihilation raged until 1921 before the “Reds” achieved final victory. As a result, Solzhenitsyn was to live under Communist rule for more than 50 years. His was a miraculously long and eventful life. He survived combat in World War II, cancer, and eight years in what he called the Gulag Archipelago, the universe of Soviet forced labor camps.

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The 1962 publication of Solzhenitsyn’s novel about the gulags, One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, turned Solzhenitsyn from an obscure former zek (labor camp prisoner) into an international celebrity. In the years following, he was praised in the West as a political critic of the Soviet regime and therefore a friend of liberal democracy, a writer following in the footsteps of 19th-century Westernizers such as Ivan Turgenev and Aleksandr Herzen. Although he was an enemy of Stalinism, the novel is not primarily about politics but about the soul’s search for God. “Be glad you’re in prison,” young Alyoshka the Baptist tells Ivan. “Here you have time to think about your soul.”

The diplomat and historian George Kennan once observed that Stalinist Russia and Nazi Germany were aberrations that stood outside of traditional systems of politics. On Sept. 5, 1973, Solzhenitsyn forwarded a private letter to Soviet leaders in which he made it clear that he did not consider authoritarianism in itself to be intolerable, but rather “the ideological lies that are daily foisted upon us.” This was a way of saying that the Bolshevik Revolution did something far worse than establish a tyrannical regime. Like the Nazi regime which followed more than a decade later, it sought to destroy the souls of those whom it subjugated.

Solzhenitsyn agreed with the exiled legal and religious philosopher Ivan Ilyin’s characterization of the revolutionary upheaval: “The political and economic reasons leading to this catastrophe are unquestionable, but its essence is deeper than politics and economics; it is spiritual.” In a postscript to a 1975 samizdat essay entitled “As Breathing and Consciousness Return,” Solzhenitsyn again made it clear that his concerns were fundamentally religious and moral—the state structure was of secondary significance: 

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As Germans Freeze, Leading Newspaper Calls Green Energy Strategy ‘a Dangerous Miscalculation’
By Dennis Sevakis
American Thinker

February 18, 2021

By Dennis Sevakis
American Thinker

February 18, 2021

The very green Germans have major concerns regarding their dependence on renewables:

Die Welt’ Commentary: “Europe Can’t Bail Out The German Power Supply”…Calls Strategy “A Dangerous Miscalculation”
Germany has seriously overestimated how much its neighboring countries are able to help out in the event wind and solar energy fail to deliver, thus putting its power supply at risk.
By P. Gosselin on 11 September 2018

 

A comparison of tropical temperature trends with model predictions

Little attention is paid to the question of just how much “climate change” is a result of human activity, i.e., CO2 emissions into the atmosphere resulting from the burning of fossil fuels. Does anyone have a handle on this?

ABSTRACT:We examine tropospheric temperature trends of 67runs from 22 ‘Climate of the 20th Century’ model simulations and try to reconcile them with the best available updated observations (in the tropics during the satellite era). Model results and observed temperature trends are in disagreement in most of the tropical troposphere, being separated by more than twice the uncertainty of the model mean. In layers near 5 km, the modelled trend is 100 to 300% higher than observed, and, above 8 km, modelled and observed trends have opposite signs. These conclusions contrast strongly with those of recent publications based on essentially the same data.

Copyright 2007 Royal Meteorological Society
Received 31 May 2007; Accepted 11 October 2007

I’ve sent that around before, and here’s one of the replies I received in response to the question:

“So, you think the following (‘A comparison of tropical temperature trends with model predictions’) is b.s.? You don’t understand it? Or something else? Just asking.”

Answer: “So tilts the narrative that conclusions are not credible. (can collect enough isolated facts to prove almost anything – in this case, I just don’t agree with premise.)”

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