Solidarity with the Men Behind the Wire

A famous Ulster loyalist song ends with lyrics that we should remember in our current struggle.

And when this war is over and our victory is won,
Let us not forget the sacrifice made by these loyal sons,
They were staunch and true for me and you so lift your glasses higher,
Where would we have been without them, the men behind the wire.

In the march towards victory, each step comes with a price. Many of us, myself included, have been physically attacked, threatened, and lost jobs. Others have lost their homes, their businesses, and in some cases, their lives or their freedom.

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The Jewish People are Against Border Security

Jacob Weisberg, the editor-in-chief of what’s possibly the largest and most influential blog, Slate, makes a powerful case that even when confronted with the most virulent threats from abroad, the Jewish people will always hold open the gates. There’s no reasoning with Weisberg about the threat of organized Islamic terrorist radicals. There’s no explaining to Weisberg that America’s demographic crisis is a powder keg waiting to erupt. There’s no bothering Weisberg with the democratic will of the people.

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What We’re No Longer Importing…

Slate’s Joshua Keating, a Jewish neocon who specializes in persuading Americans to take the kosher side in foreign affairs, has written an article, “What the refugees Donald Trump is banning are fleeing from.” I’ve interpolated some commentary to his article in blue. Everything in black is Zionist propaganda.

Donald Trump has issued an executive order temporarily banning refugees and blocking visas from being issued to anyone from Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen, and indefinitely banning refugees from Syria. […]

Here’s a brief look at the conditions in those seven countries:

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Dump Religious Divisiveness

The position of religion in the nationalist movement has long been one of contention and division. Infighting between different Christian confessions has been a problem not just in the nationalist movement in recent decades, but has been a problem in the South since the beginning.

From Spanish forces slaughtering a colony of French Huguenot Protestants in Florida during the 16th century to anti-Catholicism being enshrined in many Southern colonial and state laws for centuries (and actual violence against Catholics with the 1920s Klan); conflict between Christian Southerners of different confessions has been an ongoing source of disunity and weakness for our people.

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Is America Still Worth it? …Nope.

Will Rahn, writing for CBS News, has asked the provocative question “Is America Still Worth It?

Something people will increasingly ask down the road: In a wildly diverse nation of over 300 million people, would it not make more sense to have, say, three countries with a 100 million people each? Or how about 300 countries with a million people?

To ask the question is to answer the question. This nation is already more divided in the relevant ways than it was on the eve of the American Civil War.

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