In 1979, dissident journalist Michael Walsh was handed down a 4-month prison term for publishing The White Man’s Burden, penned by Rudyard Kipling. At the risk of being imprisoned again, the author of over 70 books reminds us of the famous poem’s first stanza:
THE WHITE MAN’S BURDEN
David James Bellamy OBE (1933-2019) was an English botanist, television presenter, author, and environmental campaigner. In the early 1970s, Bellamy helped to establish Durham Wildlife Trust, and remained a key player in the conservation movement for a number of decades.
Poland’s ambassador to Germany, Andrzej Przyłębski, has spoken out against players of the Polish national team kneeling before the start of the match in support of the much-derided and deeply controversial anti-White movement.
BBC Newsnight political editor Nicholas Watt faced intense hostility at an anti-lockdown rally on Downing Street. Such was the fury of the BBC-hating mob the anchorman newscaster had to flee behind the police barrier from jeerers chasing him and calling him a traitor.
That corporate media is more corrupt than all a prison’s convicts combined is generally accepted. Such is the arrogance of the Press, television and radio broadcasting companies they feel that they are omnipotent. So, they can shrug off and disdainfully dismiss the fact that theirs is the most discredited profession of many.
It is not the Russians, it is the Israelis. Mark Zuckerberg, Founder and CEO of Facebook, Inc. is under artillery fire from former President Donald Trump regarding $350 million donated by Zuckerberg and his Chinese partner, Priscilla Chan to help local election offices in various jurisdictions.
Zuckerberg is furious over the company’s whistle-blowers who reveal the shady outfit’s dirty-dozen and more practices used against their trusting users. Hypocrite Zuckerberg rants when he is slapped in the gob by karma.
Twitter is very concerned after its platform was kicked out of Nigeria, Africa’s most prosperous country. In an amazing display of Chutzpah, Twitter notorious for blocking users for being politically off-message is calling the free and open internet an ‘essential human right.’ Back in the US, commentators pointed out, Twitter itself doesn’t care much about this ‘right.’
In our post-revolutionary world, the entire month of June is now dedicated to massive parades, festivals, and corporate genuflection at the altar of expanding panoply of sexual perversity.
Lady Calls Funeral Homes About Covid Deaths.
A young woman’s initiative to call funeral homes and make a simple enquiry was the most basic form of journalism one could imagine. In fact, the citizen journalist’s question could easily have been a screenshot for any aspiring journalist’s first lesson.