This essay is interesting. It alleges that Islamic fundamentalism was sponsored and nurtured in the 1970's by the Bilderberg Group et al, and that the West was secretly behind the ousting of the Shah of Iran. If this is true, then this small group of a-holes has been making trouble for the whole world for decades, by playing "Let's you and him fight".
It also goes into the eco-fascist mass genocide conspiracy. Many top environmentalists have quite publicly stated that a large chunk of the population needs to die. Some of them wish for a virus to finish us off, but it seems the US is getting impatient and preparing re-education camps, which would be too easy to turn into death camps with a thin political charade to justify them. The US is not the only Western, so-called civilized country doing this, by the way. I just focus on the US because it's my home.
I say, anyone who espouses this madness can go first. Put them all in the camps they've built, and they can drink all the Zyklon-B laced Kool-aid they've been brewing up for us.
Meanwhile WW3 seems to be looming just offstage. It's the same bastards again, by the way.
At some point, it won't matter trying to stay in the good graces of society. It will come down to your survival. You may find that to stand up for your principles means you'll be still standing in the same place when they move their arbitrary line that divides the good citizens from the outlaws.
Or you may find eventually that merely continuing to live makes you an outlaw. For example, there's an economic crash, you've got food put by, but some SWAT team is going door to door and confiscating people's food to "redistribute" it. To themselves. And they'll shoot anyone picking wild greens for "destroying the environment". If you're not starving as fast as your neighbors, it'll look suspicious. You can't organize your neighbors because people are ratting each other out for food, and everyone's too weak from hunger to fight.
We don't want to let it get to that point.
Tenured radicals cannot be trusted with our academic freedom
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