Category Archives: PC

Selma 2015: An Overview

“Selma,” the Hollywood fairytale produced by Oprah Winfrey and Brad Pitt, is now playing in theaters. I don’t have any plans to see the movie. No work of fiction will ever change my opinion of the real Selma which is based … Continue reading

Posted in Alabama, American South, Diversity, Dixie, Films, Negroes, PC, Race Relations | 12 Comments

Glenn Greenwald on Charlie Hebdo and Jewish Hypocrisy

Hats off to Glenn Greenwald for having the temerity to point out the rank hypocrisy in the “mainstream” response to the Charlie Hebdo massacre. There isn’t a single “mainstream” cartoonist in Western Europe, including the communists at Charlie Hebdo, which … Continue reading

Posted in Anti-Semitism, PC, The Jewish Question | 51 Comments

Charlie Hebdo Fired Cartoonist For “Anti-Semitism”

H/T CofCC In France, Charlie Hebdo was notorious for trashing Christianity and Islam in its cartoons, but in 2008 one of its cartoonists, Maurice Sinet, crossed the line when he wrote a short column which mildly suggested that Jewishness was correlated … Continue reading

Posted in Anti-Semitism, France, PC, The Jewish Question | 19 Comments

Tolerating Islamic Intolerance at the Washington National Cathedral

The PC loons now running the Washington National Cathedral have decided to go the “full monty” – embracing diversity, tolerance, multiculturalism – and now Islamic religious services in the Washington National Cathedral! Not content with sponsoring feminist priests like the … Continue reading

Posted in Islam, PC, Progressives | 4 Comments

Rotherham: The Harvest of “Anti-Racism”

It doesn’t matter how frustrated I get at times with our cause … it is cases like what happened in Rotherham which keep me going, week after week, year after year. Imagine the nightmare that we are leaving behind to … Continue reading

Posted in Anti-Racism, Britain, Diversity, Immigration, Islam, Multiculturalism, PC | 21 Comments

SPLC Article on Oxford

Keegan Hankes has published his article on the Oxford protest. I don’t have any objection to the content of the article. I will note, however, that we didn’t bring any signs to Oxford because we decided to go on the … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, American South, Anti-Racism, Diversity, Dixie, Mississippi, Negroes, PC, Race Relations, Southern Nationalism | 10 Comments

Marching Through Occupied Oxford

Change of plans … It is short notice, but several of us are going to Oxford, MS this weekend to protest decades of political correctness that has eaten away at Southern heritage at Ole Miss: – Renaming “Confederate Drive” – … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Diversity, Dixie, Mississippi, Negroes, PC, Race Relations, Racism | 14 Comments

Ole Miss Plans To Get Even More PC

Unbelievable? No, the latest capitulation to political correctness at Ole Miss doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone familiar with the university. It is part of a trend that stretches back to the 1990s. Ole Miss has already replaced Colonel … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, American South, Anti-Racism, Diversity, Dixie, Mississippi, Negroes, PC, Race Relations | 7 Comments

Update: SCV Demands Apology From Washington and Lee University

Editor’s Note: Washington and Lee University has backtracked and confirmed the bullying did take place. This incident allegedly happened to a 15-year-old boy at the Washington and Lee demonstration last weekend: “Since it was my first time in Lexington I … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Anti-White, Diversity, Dixie, History, PC, Race Relations, Southern Nationalism, Virginia | 8 Comments

SCLC Agitates Against Confederate Monuments and Holidays

For those who don’t know their history, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) was Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “civil rights” organization. It grew out of the Montgomery Bus Boycott which launched the “Civil Rights Movement”: “Valdosta, GA – Across the … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Anti-Racism, Diversity, Dixie, Georgia, History, Negroes, PC, Race Relations, Racism | 1 Comment