It is always easy to say that all groups have their fringe and we should not pin the blame for the lone wolf on a whole movement. When, however, the movement lives with its lit match right by the fuse, eventually the game of “optics” will blow up in its face. This is what has […]
I want you to consider this quotation I crossed yesterday: Blacks are responsible for a disproportionate amount of crime. Blacks, who make up only 1 percent of the population, account for 34 percent of drug dealers, 47 percent of robberies, 47 percent of illegal gambling, 82 percent of gangs, and 98 percent of pimps. The […]
For your consideration: one of scores of great essays by R. J. Rushdoony collected in Roots of Reconstruction, soon to be republished in multi-book format. Posted here with permission from Chalcedon.edu. —JM THE NEW RACISM Chalcedon Position Paper No. 14 By R. J. Rushdoony Racism is a relatively new fact on the world scene. In earlier eras, not race […]
“In 1660 John Bunyan disobeyed the law of England by preaching without a license. He was arrested at a church meeting and put in prison so damp that he said it was enough to ‘make the moss grow on one’s eyebrows.’ There he converted his prison into a pulpit and wrote the greatest of all […]
John Sack’s An Eye for an Eye is a disheartening book. It tells the story of Jewish revenge against their German oppressors in 1945. The book describes how the Russian liberators of the death camps in Poland recruited holocaust survivors to carry out a policy of de-Nazification of the war-torn area. What began as a desire to find, incarcerate, and try their Nazi antagonists, the Jewish survivors became like their tormentors in that they went after noncombatants.