Having explained in a previous article why true freedom is slavery, we turn now to the second of the late English philosopher George Orwell’s core beliefs: Ignorance is strength. What does this strange phrase truly mean, given (again) how self-contradictory it sounds?
Of all the many crimes committed by white people against other cultures, cultural appropriation is up there with slavery and genocide in terms of wickedness. Cultural appropriation is of course the act of using or taking without permission aspects of other cultures for one’s own personal gain. It robs a culture of its own identity for no compensation, which is what makes this crime so insidious.
Anyone who took the time to study the work of the late English philosopher, George Orwell, will recall one of his most famous beliefs: freedom is slavery.
Everything you need to know about where France is headed is shown in the captioned photo above. It is a picture to strike fear into every progressive and send them scurrying to the nearest Safe Space.
In 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 6102 “forbidding the Hoarding of gold coin, gold buillion and gold certificates within the continental United States“. The effect of the Order was to criminalise the holding of gold by private individuals, associations and businesses. Patriotic citizens duly turned in their gold bars, coins and certificates, receiving payment equivalent to $20 per ounce. Whilst these individuals may initially have been reluctant to give up their shiny metal, one can imagine their delight in receiving real money in the form of crisp bank notes.
As reported earlier today on AT, thanks to PropOrNot, it is now possible for hard working Americans and their families to surf safely online and avoid being propagandized by Russians. These protections did not always exist. Many innocent people have inadvertently read an apparently harmless, well-written, balanced and properly-sourced article on Russia Today without realising they were being brain-washed all along. We regret the harm caused to these poor victims, who are now convinced, for example, that white people are responsible for most of the world’s major advances in science, technology and culture. There is no helping them.
This video really gives me tremendous hope for the next generation. Too often, we worry that our youth is overly materialistic and is concerned only by banal social media and cat gifs. Just when you despair about the future, along comes a video that truly inspires.
Ignore the derogatory description of the video and just admire the passion, the collective intelligence and the voice of Norway’s youth. This is our future and we can be very excited indeed.
Abrogation in the Koran:
“None of Our revelations do We abrogate or cause to be forgotten, but We substitute something better or similar: Knowest thou not that Allah Hath power over all things?” Surat-Al-Baqarah 2:106
If the first casualty in war is the truth, the second is hospitals, especially childrens’ hospitals. To understand the tragic and chilling wisdom of this saying, one only needs to witness what is happening today in the rebel-held city of Aleppo, Syria. It behoves to compare our own situation with that of the suffering people of Aleppo.
We don’t usually do ‘puff pieces’ in Accredited Times, favouring instead weighty subjects like family audits, globalisation and the wisdom of the fractional reserve banking system. These matters are central to how we make progress and rid the world of unenlightened parenting, narrow-minded ‘local’ focus, and barbaric relics respectively. They are all topics that deserve our utmost attention and discussion.