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Since the Islamist terror attacks in Paris last November, the streets of major French cities have been guarded by soldiers in full military fatigues. That permanent presence of the French army represents half of all its soldiers now deployed on military operations, but has been dismissed 
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Over 100 million guns have been sold in the United States since Barack Obama became president, with nearly 20 million purchased this year alone. Meanwhile European TV reports that gun shops in Austria have been virtually cleaned out of shotguns and other long barreled firearms because of fears of the
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The purpose of the Constitutional protections created by our White forefathers was not to make things easier for the police. SECURITY RESEARCHERS and civil liberties advocates on Friday condemned draft legislation leaked from the U.S. Senate that would let judges order technology companies to…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims THE POLICE don’t have it in for Blacks because of their race. They pursue Blacks, and are especially wary of Blacks, because of their experience with Blacks. Educate yourself. The races are not alike, neither in appearance, nor in mind, nor in behavior. The “race gaps”…
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by David Sims I’VE NOTHING against police officers. Policing is a necessary social function. But, having said that, there has been a conspicuous rise in the proportion of bad cops. That is a fact, however unsavory it might be. Sweeping it under the rug will only make matters worse. I’d rather…
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NOTE by John I. Johnson: How much of Jewish political, financial, and social success — and easy outmaneuvering of those they hate — is due to inside knowledge, invasion of privacy, and theft of information which they subsequently act upon? My guess: a lot. Such behavior has always been…
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BARRITRAD has the great honor to present an interview with a representative of the men who chose to take matters into their own hands after the Swedish police admitted that they are unable to do anything about the criminal gangs who roam the streets of central Stockholm. It’s important not to exaggerate…
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SOMETIMES a brief vignette can provide a more profound insight than dozens of weighty tomes, just as a great novel can explore the human condition better than any psychiatrist (which isn’t saying a lot admittedly). As such, this report encapsulates in its chilling simplicity the British…
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by David Sims THE RECENT attack by the US government against Americans in Oregon, and the arrests made by the FBI, changes nothing in connection with the morality of the situation. The protesters remain the good guys, regardless of whatever laws they might have broken. The US government remains…
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If your city doesn’t smell like urine, it hasn’t been liberated from the White racist heteropatriarchy. NEW YORK CITY’S city council is set to dilute a host of criminal laws including laws against public urination and excessive noise because council members believe too many members of minorities…
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