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P.C. Language Control and the Rise of the THIRD REICH: Stunning new documentary reveals why we must stop the rise of safe spaces, social justice warriors and progressive fanaticism


Tuesday, September 27, 2016
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger

(NaturalNews) In a stunning new documentary released just today, I reveal how politically correct speech control (thought control) gave rise to Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich. The film reveals how the phenomenon of progressive fanaticism — safe spaces, social justice warriors, microaggressions, generation snowflake crybullies — mirrors the Brownshirts of Nazi Germany and escalates demands for obedience into physical violence against innocents.

Click here to watch the film now on YouTube (at least until they ban it).

We’re already seeing a similar phenomenon today with numerous Black Lives Matter terrorist shootings of police officers, beatings of innocent people merely because they are white, and calls for extreme acts of violence against police officers and Caucasians. The aggressive, violent behavior of “progressive fanatics” is now mirroring the rise of the Third Reich that eventually led to genocide and the mass murder of millions.

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Reader says For some, free speech is only good when they agree with it…


For some, free speech is only good when they agree with it… otherwise it should be deleted.
Its one thing to oppose speech with other speech. This is the essence of free speech – an exchange of ideas and opinions – even those you find offensive. Freedom is inherently messy. Authoritarianism is inherently neat, but also repressive.
Freedom also means including everyone – another basic tenant – even those who are “below the standard”. Some might say that the definition of freedom (speech or otherwise) IS the inclusion of those who are “below the standard”. Let’s not forget that in a free society, “the standard” is a naturally occurring measure which is based on ALL participants. In a repressive society, the standard is arbitrarily set.

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Time to Call Captain Obvious : Bergen Record Runs “Motive a Mystery” headline after alleged terror suspect 28-year-old Ahmad Khan Rahami was captured

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September 20,2016
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Ridgewood NJ , a day after alleged terror suspect 28-year-old Ahmad Khan Rahami was captured in Linden New Jersey ,the Bergen Record runs the headline ,”Motive a Mystery” .

We didn’t know if we should laugh or cry . Within minutes of the recent NYC terror attack the usual list of excuses was rolled out ; work place violence, beware of Islamophobia , talk radio, gun control ,NRA , climate change ,Donald Trump and a new one anti gay gays .

po·lit·i·cal cor·rect·ness

the avoidance, often considered as taken to extremes, of forms of expression or action that are perceived to exclude, marginalize, or insult groups of people who are socially disadvantaged or discriminated against.

While it has already been well documented that the New York bombing Suspect Ahmad Rahami ‘may have been radicalised after visiting Afghanistan’. Even the New York Times even reported ,”Ahmad Khan Rahami’s father told Police in 2014 his son was a terrorist,”

The Washington Post reported that ,”After Rahami was captured, investigators found blood-spattered papers on him that included a reference to Anwar al-Awlaki, according to a federal law enforcement official who asked not to be identified discussing the ongoing investigation.

Awlaki, an American-born cleric who was a top leader for al-Qaeda in Yemen, was killed in a 2011 drone strike, but his rhetoric continue to resonate online. His teachings have been implicated in numerous terrorist attacks, including the 2009 Fort Hood shooting, and authorities say the gunman in Orlando earlier this year and one of the attackers in San Bernardino, Calif., last year had viewed Awlaki’s lectures.”

Maybe its time to call Captain Obvious ; Radical Islam . Many in the mainstream media continue to denie the obvious links that certain elements of the Muslim Religion have with Islamic Fundamentalism .

According to Hillel Gray, who Teaches at Miami Univ, Comparative Religion department, “Islam began in the 7th century, spread rapidly, and — already during medieval and early modern periods — splintered into various forms & communities. However, scholars consider fundamentalist Islam to have emerged in the modern era, especially in (post-)colonial contexts. Radical Islam can claim to have roots in earlier traditions, but it is viewed as a modern phenomenon (along with other religious fundamentalisms).”

The media and many to the left object to saying Muslim terrorist , or Islamic terrorist because for them it implies all Muslims are terrorist . Which begs the question , did Irish Republican Army (IRA)  imply all Irish are terrorist?

The Irish Republican Army (IRA), also called Provisional Irish Republican Army, a republicanparamilitary organization seeking the establishment of a republic, the end of British rule in Northern Ireland, and the reunification of Ireland.

The reality is that calling someone a Muslim Terrorist ,no more implies all Muslims are terrorist than calling someone an IRA member say’s all Irish are terrorist.

Folks its time to face fact ; it is what it is . A Muslim who is radicalised is a Muslim Terrorist!

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Rutgers: to avoid microaggressions, only speak when ‘necessary’


Amber Athey

Students in at least one Rutgers University residence hall are being encouraged to use only language that is “helpful” and “necessary” to avoid committing microaggressions.

The display, which is part of the school’s “Language Matters” campaign, also includes hand-written definitions of the three types of microaggressions, as well as a flyer listing potentially-offensive words and phrases.

Students in at least one Rutgers University residence hall are being encouraged to use only language that is “helpful” and “necessary” to avoid committing microaggressions.

The display, photos of which were obtained by Campus Reform, is titled “Language Matters: Think,” and was placed in the College Avenue Apartments by a resident assistant, according to a current resident of the building who does not wish to be identified.

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Is Political Correctness Hampering the Ramsey Police Investigation of a String of Robberies Targeting Cell Phones and Tablets

Ramsey Police Report a String of Robberies Targeting Cell Phones  and Tablets

Quiz time: What information might the authorities have passed on to the general public about the appearance of the assailants, but mysteriously did not?

Absolutely absurd that these suspects are not being profiled properly. Take a lesson from the wyckoff chief and maybe we can protect ourselfs from these criminals.

What futher description Age Race hair color what is medium build ?.height etc

These guys are maniacs and need to be caught.pistol whipping people needs a serious police reaction ..before these crimes are copied..

“Remain vigilant and report any sort of suspicious activity” says the police chief.

What he’s asking you to do, in his own diplomatic way, is to drop dime on anybody who subjectively looks to you, the bona fide neighborhood resident, like they are out of place and might be up to no good. Unlike the average patrolman, there are no career-ending consequences for an ordinary resident to defy PC orthodoxy and shine the floodlamp of municipal authority on a potential perp. For all of our sakes, don’t go wobbly when something just doesn’t quite look right to you, but you can’t easily explain why. Your telephone call opens the door for the police to roll up on that person and chat them up without any further cause or reason, even if, had you never called, the police themselves, applying their own department guidelines or criteria (read: straightjacket), would have refrained from stopping and talking to the person in question.

In other words, do us all a favor and don’t let fear of how you’ll later be perceived affect the decision of whether or not to call the police.

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Readers Defend Wyckoff Police Chief Benjamin Fox say Political Correctness is the Problem


Township officials blew it. This decision is a disgrace. Have we become a nation of pearl clutching swooners?

He did nothing wrong. He stated a fact that, unfortunately, everyone knows. It’s just that the “Politically Correct” saw a problem. Political Correctness is destroying our Society.

This is a disgrace. The man did nothing wrong. Doesn’t anyone remember the “James bond gang” of burglars from Teaneck that were robbing houses in nj? All th participation in that Gang was black members. A smart coo knows that white Kids from Bergen are up to no good in Paterson too and if he said that there would be no issue. Political,correctness is the idea that one can pick up a turd on the clean end.

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At convention, N.J. Democrats debate whether political correctness is a good thing



New Jersey Democrats have gotten so “PC” this week. And some who have made the pilgrimage to the Democratic National Convention proudly asserted that political correctness is part of the DNA of the Democratic Party. Charles Stile, The RecordRead more

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Clarence Thomas tells graduates to simply be good citizens

Clarence Thomas

By JOEL GEHRKE (@JOELMENTUM) • 5/14/16 8:32 PM

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas urged college graduates who seek to “preserve liberty” to do so by fulfilling the duties of their daily vocations rather than attempting to achieve sweeping political goals.

“At the risk of understating what is necessary to preserve liberty in our form of government, I think more and more that it depends on good citizens, discharging their daily duties in their daily obligations,” Thomas said Saturday during a commencement address at Hillsdale College, a small liberal arts college in Michigan.

Thomas lamented various aspects of contemporary society, especially with regard to colleges and universities. He diagnosed what he regards as a contemporary tendency to take pride in having “grievances rather than personal conduct” and to focus on individual rights as citizens, rather than responsibilities. “Hallmarks of my youth such as patriotism and religion seem more like outliers, if not afterthoughts,” Thomas said.

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Meet the “Trump Bros”



Jack Rowe, an 18-year-old high school student from St. Paul, Minnesota, sat in the front row of a Donald Trump rally in Eau Claire, Wisconsin last weekend, sandwiched between two friends.

He had caucused for Trump in Minnesota for the very first time a few weeks earlier. Freckled and grinning, he sported a red “Make America Great Again” hat and a gray Trump t-shirt.

Rowe had some thoughts on Trump’s rhetorical treatment of women, which had been dominating the news lately thanks to the Republican front-runner’s comments about punishing women who have abortions. Mainly, Rowe said, it’s a non-issue.

“Misogyny was an issue about maybe 60, 80 years ago,” said Rowe. “That’s not an issue today. There are a lot bigger fish to fry…You know, ISIS is chopping off heads. We’ve got 19 trillion dollars in debt.”

Young men like Rowe are a common sight at Trump rallies around the country: Mostly white, they travel in packs and frequently wear Trump’s signature “Make America Great Again” hats, pumping their fists and cheering loudly as protesters get hauled out by security. They document their political activity like any good millennial would, recording their outings on Snapchat, Instagram and Twitter.

They are dudes, jocks, preps and just-your-average college and high school kids. But on the campaign trail, they’ve come to be known simply as “Trump Bros.”

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New ‘Trust and Safety Council’ Is Twitter Version of 1984’s Ministry of Truth


Twitter says it wants to strike a balance between free speech and harassment. It didn’t.

Robby Soave|Feb. 9, 2016 3:25 pm

In order for users to feel confident expressing themselves “freely and safely,” Twitter is debuting a new advisory group dubbed the “Trust & Safety Council.” But a quick glance at its membership roster suggests the council is almost as Orwellian as it sounds—and overwhelmingly biased in favor of speech suppression.

If you thought Milo Yiannopoulos losing his blue checkmark was the opening salvo in the next great culture war (I tended to agree with Popehat’s Ken Whitethat the controversy was overblown), then this might be your virtual invasion of Poland.

The council includes more than 40 organizations that will be tasked with helping Twitter, “strike the right balance between fighting abuse and speaking truth to power.” But if the goal was really to find some middle ground between total free speech and safeguards against harassment, one might have expect Twitter to solicit some diversity of opinion. In fact, despite the press release’s claim that the council includes a “diversity of voices,” virtually none of the council members are properly classified as free speech organizations. (Full list here ).

Some of the groups—such as Hollaback! and the Dangerous Speech Project—don’t think harassment should be criminalized outright. But the vast majority are certainly more concerned about allowing too much speech rather than too little. Notable members include Feminist Frequency—the blog and Youtube channel of anti-Gamer Gate activist Anita Sarkeesian—the Anti-Defamation League, and a host of suicide-and-domestic-violence prevention groups.

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Malcolm McDowell says ‘A Clockwork Orange’ is becoming reality, 44 years after its release

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Updated: Tuesday, February 2, 2016, 10:20 AM

Everything’s going to the droogs.

The nationwide release of “A Clockwork Orange” was 44 years ago — on Feb. 2, 1972 — but today its star, Malcolm McDowell, says the movie was more prescient than it seemed at the time.

Based on a novel by Anthony Burgess, the Stanley Kubrick film shows “a world in which all older people stayed indoors with their televisions on,” McDowell told the News. “And that’s basically what happened.


“It’s just the young people out there doing drugs — and he foretold all this before the drug explosion.”

The film, like the book, depicts a dystopian future filled with “ultra-violence,” gangs of “droogs” and depravity at every turn. The four main characters — including McDowell’s lead character Alex — spend their free time in a bar where they drink drug-laced milk in preparation for an evening filled with violence, mayhem and even rape.

The book was released in 1962 and shooting for the film began in 1969, “so this is really before huge gang violence and drugs happened,” McDowell said.

With some of the most iconic scenes set behind bars, the prison system looms large in the world of “A Clockwork Orange” — much like in modern America.

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Former Lt. Col Scott Mann shares his Views with the Ridgewood blog on Beating ISIS

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December 16,2015

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood Nj, What’s the best tool to defeat ISIS? Tuesday night’s candidates in the Republican debate kept citing the same tired approach: “Bomb the hell out of them” “Boots on the ground” Former Lt. Col Scott Mann says, “These are the same tired responses that have put us in danger at home”. The best tool to defeat ISIS is to fight them deep in their own safe haven by leveraging tribes against them.

Scott Mann, is a former Lt. Col and Green Beret. He is the CEO of Mission America and author of the best-selling novel “Game Changers”. He spent 23 years in the Army Special Forces Career involved in Foreign Internal Defense, Counter-insurgency, and Stability Missions. He served in the Special Operations for over 18 years and has been a Green Beret for over 15 years in combat deployments in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Panama, Iraq and Afghanistan. He is one of the only former Lt. Col’s that is actively still involved in the day-to-day transition of Green Berets from active duty into civilian life.He has been quoted frequently and seen on MSNBC with Alex Witt, Fox News, Fox News Radio, among other high profile media appearances. As a reminder, he is based in Tampa and can come in via Satellite or Skype.

Lt. Col Mann spoke immediately after the GOP debate, along his thoughts on whether shutting down the LA school district was the right move in response to ‘threats’ and what if any solution is there to win the war on ISIS.

His positioning is below:

Recent Gallup poll indicates that Americans are more worried about terrorism than any other issue and more than any time in the last ten years. The San Bernardino shooter and the LA school district closure heightens this concern.

As ISIS taunts the closure on Twitter, there are more attacks to come and they will be ugly.

Tuesday night’s 2016 political debate candidates needed to show some skill in understanding these terrorists threat.

An informed populous on new terror realities will be key to national security in 2016.

The school scare is a reminder of how serious the ISIS threat is here at home.

Every day we spend dabbling in political correctness and equivocating attacks as lone wolf and not that big of a deal gives our enemy to plot violence against our schools, communities and work sites.

We need informed citizens who are leaning forward to better understand how ISIS operates abroad and at home.

Only then can we demand the same of our politicians.

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Did Political Correctness Kill , Neighbor Suspicious, Didn’t Report For Fear Of Being Called RACIST!



December 3,2015

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

San Bernardino CA, In a report from KABC in Los Angeles, a neighbor of the Muslim terror suspect in Redlands, California, says that other neighbors were suspicious of the Middle Eastern men and their activities, but didn’t do anything out of it for fear of “profiling” them.

Hours after the attack, authorities followed a tip to the home on Center Street in Redlands. As Police officers approached, the two suspects fled in a dark SUV. A police chase ensued, ending back in San Bernardino, where the two suspects — one male and one female — were killed in the gun battle with police.

Police report that both suspects were armed with assault rifles and handguns and a third person who fled from the shooting scene was detained after an extensive search but It was not immediately clear if that person was involved in the Inland Regional Center shooting.

Neighbors in Redlands expressed shock that the suspects had ties to their area. KABC also reported that a man who has been working in the area said he noticed a half-dozen Middle Eastern men in the area in recent weeks, but decided not to report anything since he did not wish to racially profile those people.

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by Elan Journo | September 11, 2014

Thirteen years have passed since jihadists rammed jetliners into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and a field in Pennsylvania. Doubtless the images of the Twin Towers collapsing are indelible, and the toll in human life was achingly massive. In time, though, memory fades. By themselves, our impressions of the past are insufficient to guide our thinking and action. We need consciously to identify lessons from our experience.

What should we learn? Here are three crucial lessons, still unlearned.

Lesson #1: America’s selfless foreign policy encouraged Islamist aggression.

Writing days after the attacks, Leonard Peikoff explained that: “Fifty years of increasing American appeasement in the Mideast have led to fifty years of increasing contempt in the Muslim world for the U.S. The climax was September 11, 2001.” My talk, “The Road to 9/11,” looks at several episodes of pre-9/11 Islamist aggression and the self-effacing responses of the Carter, George H.W. Bush, and Clinton Administrations. Standing apart from conventional thinking, ARI advocates for a foreign policy guided by the moral ideal of rational egoism, a policy that resolutely protects the lives and freedom of Americans.

What does that look like? Peter Schwartz’s monograph, The Foreign Policy of Self-Interest: A Moral Ideal for America lays out what an egoist approach looks like in theory and practice (purchase Kindle ebook or paperback). My book, Winning the Unwinnable War: America’s Self-Crippled Response to Islamic Totalitarianism, analyses the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and applies Ayn Rand’s ethics to foreign policy, defining a path to victory against the enemy. (Read the introduction.)

Lesson #2. The enemy is not just Bin Laden, or Al Qaeda, but the Islamist movement.

“Know your enemy” is a necessary condition for figuring out how to defeat the threat. Tragically, neither before nor after 9/11 did American policymakers understand the enemy. It is hopelessly superficial to think of the enemy as “terrorists” (many groups use that tactic) or “haters” or “hijackers of a great religion,” or Al Qaeda, etc. Bin Laden has been dead three-plus years, and Al Qaeda has been damaged — but clearly the threat persists.

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Obama refuses to acknowledge ‘Muslim terrorists’ at summit



Obama refuses to acknowledge ‘Muslim terrorists’ at summit

By Geoff Earle

February 18, 2015 | 10:37pm

WASHINGTON — They’re burning and beheading victims in the name of Islam, but President Obama delivered a major speech Wednesday on combating violent extremism — while refusing to use the words “Muslim terrorists.”

“No religion is responsible for terrorism — people are responsible for violence and terrorism,” Obama told a crowd that included Muslim community leaders at the White House.

Following months of unrelenting atrocities by ISIS killers who released videos of themselves beheading US journalists and, most recently, 21 Coptic Christians, and burning a man alive, the president kowtowed to the audience by proclaiming that “Islam has been woven into the fabric of our country since its founding.”

“Generations of Muslim immigrants came here and went to work as farmers and merchants and factory workers, helped to lay railroads and build up America,” he said.

“The first Islamic center in New York City was founded in the 1890s. America’s first mosque — this was an interesting fact — was in North Dakota.”