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Gideon Polya on Comparative Casualties; Henry Makow on “Russia vs. West = Men vs. Femmes”

Listen HERE Australian biochemist and avoidable mortality expert Gideon Polya, author of US-Imposed Post-9/11 Muslim Holocaust & Muslim Genocide, discussing “Epitaph For Madeleine Albright: Complicit In US Mass Murder Of Millions Of Non-European Children.” He notes that the West condemns the Russian war in Ukraine and bemoans the relatively small number of civilian casualties, “but only a tiny few humanitarians are also condemning Western hypocrisy in ignoring hundreds of millions of deaths from violence and imposed deprivation through US hegemony, subversion, sanctioning, robbing, bombing, invasion and devastation of non-European countries over the last 70 years. Black, brown and non-European lives matter.” Then…


Preschoolers to teach sex education to college professors

  Dissociated Press The National Association of Preschoolers (NAP) has issued a statement urging all American university professors to enroll in a new remedial sex education program. The preschoolers will be offering “gender clarity for eggheads” classes at pre-kindergarten educational  institutions nationwide beginning in January. NAP spokestoddler Sally S. explained: “Grown-ups are so silly. Some grown-ups don’t know boys have penises and girls have vaginas. We are going to tell them so they know.” OK folks that’s it. I just don’t have the heart to write any more satire. I was going to try to satirize this story: “YPSILANTI, MI…


Linh Dinh on “Genitalia as Social Constructs”: USA has gone crazy, Vietnam still somewhat sane

Listen HERE Linh Dinh used to be one of America’s best up-and-coming writers. Now he is one of Vietnam’s best! Why would someone with Linh’s talent leave the USA? Doesn’t the brain drain usually flow the other way? In this interview Linh explains why he left, and expresses pity for those of us stuck in the belly of the American beast. Our discussion also touches on Linh’s provocative, politically-incorrect article “Genitalia as Social Constructs.”