Reflections on the History of the Jewish Hoax

…Of particular interest are the actions and posturing of the Anti-Defamation League, shameless in its immediate assertion that the perpetrator was a White anti-Semite, again demonstrating great tenacity in the exercise of its considerable political and cultural influence. Employing the flimsiest of narratives, underpinned by an equally suspect “history of persecution,” the ADL was able to disseminate the myth of Jewish victimhood in the media, secure top-level consultation with the FBI, and even publicly chide the President of the United States for his “inadequate” response. (Source)

Very good, very clear and concise essay by Andrew Joyce. Highly recommended. ABN

An example of Cultural Marxism

To me, the image below is disturbing because it illustrates how the history of communism is so poorly understood by far too many today.

Bolsheviks in the Soviet Union were the first mass murderers in modern Europe, killing many millions through deliberate terror campaigns before Hitler rose to power.

More people were murdered by communists in the 20th century than by any other ideology or any other form of government, including all fascist governments put together.

Why don’t more people know that?

In a nutshell, it is because of “cultural Marxism” as it is now practiced in the US and Europe.

Cultural Marxism has infiltrated our schools and universities. It dominates much of academia and mainstream news. It is the underlying ideology of most of the Democratic Party and has profoundly affected the GOP. It is a primary reason both the USA and Europe are experiencing massive, destabalizing immigration today.

Imagine if these people did something like this at a Holocaust memorial. (If this image is deleted it has been archived here.)

The article from which this image comes: Leftists flip off memorial dedicated to victims of communism.

See Yuri Bezmenov: Deception Was My Job for more on this important topic.

Silk Road evolved as ‘grass-routes’ movement

“Archaeology documents the development of mountain-herding economies in highland Asia as early as 3000 B.C., and we argue that centuries of ecologically strategic mobility on the part of these herders etched the foundational routes and geography of ancient trans-Asian trade networks,” Frachetti said. (Source)
Buddhist monks and traders carried a major part of China’s Buddhist tradition into China via the Silk Road. ABN

Excellent short video on “the narrative” used by the left

The short video below provides an excellent overview of where “the narrative” comes from and how it relates to PC culture and the behavior of the left today.

If you are not fully aware of “cultural Marxism,” where it comes from, and how it has shaped American (and European) society for many decades, this video is a very good place to begin.

If this video piques your interest, I highly recommend The Culture of Critique, which delves more deeply into this subject. The Kindle version of this book is available for free today, so download now to read later. In my opinion, it is not possible to understand modern American and European history without reading this book.

The Failure of Multiculturalism in Polish Ukraine

…Multiculturalism failed in Poland-Lithuania, just as it did later on in Austria-Hungary and indeed has throughout history. The Polish case is especially interesting as it is often held up today as an example of a great multicultural state where the various disparate groups lived in peace and harmony. Reality, on the other hand, is much different, especially when it comes to the Ukrainian portions. (Source)