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Thomas Edsall of the New York Times wrote a column (2 October 2019) presenting and endorsing the paranoid projections of degreed and tenured leftists who accuse President Donald Trump of intending a “coup” in the form of refusing to leave office if he loses the next election. Hadding Scott
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Introduction by Hadding Scott: Do you remember, maybe when you were in high school, that Blacks do some really exaggerated breathing when lifting weights? I used to think that this was some unnecessary drama, like the strange noises that Blacks like to make when demonstrating martial arts. It’s…
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by Hadding Scott ADOLF HITLER sent the armed forces of Great Germany into Poland on 1 September 1939. Thereupon Britain and France declared war on Germany. Simplistic history says that it was Hitler’s fault that Britain and France declared war on Germany, since it was he who made the decision…
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by Hadding Scott OLIVER STONE is a half-Jew film-director who showed very clearly with his Untold History of the United States, which he wrote and narrated for HBO in 2012, that he is very partial to the Soviet Union and Marxists in general. There is an obvious emphasis in his history on what he understands…
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It’s because of Holocaust propaganda. by Hadding Scott EUGENE CAGLE, NASA’s engineering manager for the Saturn rocket program, regarded the role of Wernher von Braun in the American space program as crucial: “(Von Braun) was the main player in all the work that went on. We might have been…
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Sir Oswald Mosley by Hadding Scott SIR OSWALD MOSLEY (1896 -1980) was the leader of the British Union of Fascists, and a friend of National-Socialist Germany. (He was also an hereditary baronet and fourth cousin of the mother of Queen Elizabeth II.) The Westminster Gazette in the 1920s called Mosley…
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And discrimination is part of that. by Hadding Scott OXYTOCIN IS A neurotransmitter “intricately involved in social behaviors such as mother-child bonding, feelings of trust and love, and group recognition,” according to social psychologist Dr. Carsten De Dreu of the University…
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Hitler’s peace offers 1933-1939 Introduction by Hadding Scott: This pamphlet bears no date but was evidently composed and published in the months between the conquest of Poland and the commencement of hostilities between France, Britain, and Germany. A French-language edition also exists.…
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by Hadding Scott IT HAS ANNOYED me for some months, seeing a two-frame cartoon that has an SA-man in the left frame and an Antifa thug in the right frame, both attacking “Free Speech.” In the aftermath of the attack on Andy Ngo (and some others who got much less sympathy because they were straight,…
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by Hadding Scott DINESH D’Souza makes unsubstantiated categorical assertions and invalid arguments in support of reckless false conclusions. When somebody produces a counterexample to one of his categorical assertions, his typical reaction is to minimize its importance and to continue…
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