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"That night we went to downtown Portland": If the Western Marxist-Socialist "virtuous minority" insist on taking their own culture once again over the 'dictatorship of the virtuous minority' cliff we must start insisting a space is set aside within our education institutions where ‘The not to be asked Question.’ can be openly evaluated and argued.

"The rural autonomous communes would be a monster with a thousand suckers attached to the flank of the Revolution. No! Thousands of mutes and blind are not fitted to conclude a social pact. Weak, unorganised, bound by a thousand trammels, the people of the country can only be saved by the towns, and the people of the towns guided by Paris. The failure of all the provincial insurrections, even of the large towns, had sufficiently testified this."
History of the Commune of 1871, LISSAGARAY, 1902
Given Marxist-Socialist Lissagaray's "mutes and blind" "brutal rurals" violent exclusionary deviance paradigm of those who could not in anyway be defined as the evil bourgeoisie, the exact same reason and method for the Marxist-Socialists need in the 21st century to create Populists as a degenerate class "not fitted to conclude a social pact", it comes as no surprise Lissagaray was assisted by Karl Marx in the writing of History of the Paris Commune of 1…

“we are not very good at looking.”

"..spend at least an hour with whatever picture we hope to understand. In doing so, .. we would find out a great deal about ourselves, including the fact that “we are not very good at looking.”
...if we continue to look—if we truly focus our whole attention on the picture—then we’ll start to move away from distraction and will discover increasing invention. We’ll start to ask ourselves detailed questions about the picture. Is it a portrait or a landscape? Is it abstract or realistic? What colors define it? Where are its shadows, its highlights? What story does the picture tell, and what emotions does this story potentially evoke within us, the viewers?"

At least the British Imam 2017 is honest about the reality of Islamic/Muslim culture as was Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus, c. 155 – c. 240 AD a Christian apologist

“British Imam says there will never be Multiculturalism with Islam "other cultures can not exist"”

At least the British Imam 2017 is honest about the reality of Islamic/Muslim culture as was Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus, c. 155 – c. 240 AD a Christian apologist making it clear pagans were evil etc and as with the Islamic/Muslim culture clearly concerned to put it mildly regards Christian heretics. Tertullianus accused pagans of being drunk with the blood of the martyrs, suffering from Christian-phobia. We today are facing the exact same circumstance with Muslim apologists, same hypocrisy being labelled as Islamophobe even though, as with the Christians against the pagans, the Muslims are utilising terror-genocide in our streets. Let us hope the supposed gatekeepers start to realise unless they change policy in time the outcome will be the same. You see terror works:

“..the pagans that witnessed it, witnessed this destruction were absolutely intimidated and there are …

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Mosul: ‘I would kill every last one of the ISIS families’, ANTHONY LOYD, The Times, July 13, 2017
“..there are also times when categorization itself may be unethical. Sometimes it’s just plain wrong to think of people in terms of the groups they belong to rather than as individuals in their own right. Categorization is an essential tool of thought, but like other tools we have to be careful how we use it.”
The Pitfalls of Categorization, Professor Patrick Grim, 2013

"The use of force and violence is more commonplace and prevalent in some families, communities, religions, cultural/ethnic groups and societies based on the views and values about adult prerogatives with children espoused. They may also be based upon the sociopathy of the perpetrators."  Treatment of Complex Trauma Courtois/Ford @2016
"Culture, of course, is related to violence in general and not only to structural violence. For example, culture influences the determination of "thresholds" which pressu…

Who are we to say the victorious General is wearing no clothes?

"When General David Petraeus led the 101st Airborne, he sought to empower former Baathists and Islamists to stabilize the city and in order to prove Baghdad’s policy of de-Baathification wrong. He placed Saddam-era General Mahmud Muhammad al-Maris in charge of the Syrian border. Rather than defend it, Maris’ handpicked allies facilitated smuggling and insurgent traffic. Petraeus allowed another Baathist, General Muhammad Kha’iri Barhawi, to be Mosul’s police chief. Rather than win hearts and minds, however, he only rented them. As soon as Petraeus’ discretionary payments dried up, the men he empowered returned to the insurgency."
The Rot Inside Mosul, Commentary, MICHAEL RUBIN, JULY 10, 2017
The Surge Genius, it is interesting how failure is turned into victory. We live in times where the past is not connected to the future, where social/political/military strategies focus on the day, the week or the month rather than the centuries it takes to eliminate a cultures propensity t…

What one finds in the Web Attic. This is No Accident - 21st Century NeoLiberal Derived Populist The 20th Century Marxist-Socialist Derived Russian Kulak Class Enemy. The 'Good' Diligently Perfecting the Mould of Another Deviance Paradigm.

"Data from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add Health) support Kanazawa's hypothesis. Young adults who subjectively identify themselves as "very liberal" have an average IQ of 106 during adolescence while those who identify themselves as "very conservative" have an average IQ of 95 during adolescence.
Similarly, religion is a by-product of humans' tendency to perceive agency and intention as causes of events, to see "the hands of God" at work behind otherwise natural phenomena. "Humans are evolutionarily designed to be paranoid, and they believe in God because they are paranoid," says Kanazawa. This innate bias toward paranoia served humans well when self-preservation and protection of their families and clans depended on extreme vigilance to all potential dangers. "So, more intelligent children are more likely to grow up to go against their natural evolutionary tendency to believe in God, and they become a…

Maybe René Descartes was right there's body and mind (dualism), but rather than our body and mind-René Descartes Pineal gland-soul, mind-soul or simply mind (materialists) is our erstwhile bacterium inhabiting our guts

This may well become the greatest understatement of the 21st century. "Both possibilities, however, could lead to important changes in how one thinks about human emotions." Clearly if most if not all the conjectures and significant correlations are proved beyond reasonable doubt to be correct, bacterium controls to a degree our emotions and even the development of key executive cognitive brain structures and therefore their functionality and our emotional states – understanding humans cannot in essence survive without bacterium, humans become if not in part, in whole a vehicle for the continuing survival of bacterium.

Discussion regards the existence of the soul becomes meaningless in fact dying from laughter would not in future be an unknown occurrence when someone detached from reality tries to argue the point. ‘Which soul the one we thought we had or the billions of souls that are parked in our living space pulling the strings?”
Maybe René Descartes was right there's bo…