Bernie and Hillary are in love in with socialism. Both of them want a
romantic affair with Socialism from Denmark. However, they do not tell
the American people the parts of the romantic deal that will ruin many
American families financially.
is a Conservative Dane, who has lived all his life in Denmark. He does
not recognize the paradise-like picture that is painted by Bernie and
Hillary concerning Denmark.
Nothing in Denmark is free, regardless of
what Bernie has stated several times. Jonas goes on to say that they do
not have free healthcare and they do not have free education. These
institutions are paid for by taxes… taxes that are defined by the OECD
as the highest taxes in the world.
During the last two weeks, US Defense Watch has been reporting on Representative Steve Russell’s request on September 15th
for the Ranger School records of the first two female graduates,
Captain Kristen Griest and First Lieutenant Shaye Haver. It is not known
whether or not Congressman Russell has asked for the records for Major
Lisa Jaster, who graduated today from Ranger School.
Russell’s request to Secretary of the Army, John McHugh, was at first delayed on September 24th, when McHugh asked for an extension, noting “privacy concerns” and time to compile the records together.
Nearly two weeks passed without Russell being informed when the
records would be delivered to his office. When the Army finally
contacted Russell they told him that many of the students’ records had
What if the Army is covering up the fact that Griest and Haver and
now Jaster never came within a mile of passing and were let through
Ranger School, even though they should have been sent home?
This is an epic rant from a black woman that was told to shut up by
Muslims. Watch what ensues; as you can see, this woman was clearly
ticked at the amount of Muslim people in her city. Some say that the
argument started when was told to shut up by the Muslim women. Here is
part of the woman’s dialogue:
Angry crowds gathered Saturday
in New Delhi to accuse police of failing to act over the rape of a
toddler, with outrage mounting after the gang-rape of a five-year-old
girl in a separate attack.
two-and-a-half-year-old girl was abducted from a religious event in west
Delhi by two men on Friday night and raped before being dumped in a
park near her home, relatives and police said.
a separate incident on the other side of the city, the five-year-old
was lured to a neighbour's house and raped by three men, a police
officer told AFP.
crowd of more than 100 people gathered near the toddler's home late
Saturday afternoon attempting to block traffic and lambasting the
police's failure to make arrests in the case, according to an AFP
reporter at the scene.
A string of suspected arson attacks have hit three facilities
intended to house asylum seekers in Sweden this week alone. The country
is preparing to receive almost double the amount of refugees this year
than the previous record, set in 1992.
An old school building in
Onsala in the affluent area of Kungsbacka, some 30 km south of
Gothenburg, caught fire on Saturday night. Twenty firefighters responded
to the emergency call.
“Half the building has been damaged by fire,” said Mikael Lindgren, the lead operator of the emergency services in Greater Gothenburg, as cited by The Local.
People are desperate for leaders and heroes. This is an undeniable condition of human life and of human civilization. Some historians and social observers, however, seem to think it is enough to simply point out this condition and pretend as if they have made some grand declaration; as if they have come to the root of the problem of mankind. In their laziness, they have mistaken a symptom for the cause.
Why do people so often demand leaders and heroic figures? What drives the institutionalization of hierarchy, celebrity and geopolitical idolization? I believe this condition is caused by three factors – fear, ignorance, and apathy.
This is not to say that there are not people throughout history that are worth looking up to, or that looking up to a particular hero figure is wrong. Heroes and sometimes leaders can act as points of reference, helping us to aspire to greater personal accomplishment and extraordinary achievement. The problem is many historical figures labeled heroic are in fact monsters in masks paraded as saviors by history writers with agendas. Real heroes (in the past hundred years in particular) are most often unsung, and remain little known.
This is why the idolization of puppet leaders is so disturbing to those of us in the Liberty Movement.