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Sep 09 2017

Vintage Moonbattery: George Bernard Shaw

We shouldn’t be surprised that Islam finds favor with liberals. Prior to violating his pact with Stalin, Hitler did too:

On a tip from Torcer.

4 Responses to “Vintage Moonbattery: George Bernard Shaw”

  1. Leon says:

    One of Churchill’s best jokes involved George Bernard Shaw. Shaw sent him a letter with two tickets to Shaw’s latest play. Shaw enclosed a note where he wrote

    something to effect of “I’m enclosing two tickets to the Friday night performance. Bring a friend, if you have one.” Churchill replied, “Thank you, but I’m already engaged on Friday. Could you send tickets for the Saturday performance, assuming there is one?”

  2. physicsnut says:


    “Yesterday morning, we received a very bizarre letter from Google issuing us an ultimatum,” Shane Trejo, media relations director of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Michigan, wrote on The Liberty Conservative. “Either we were to remove a particular article or see all of our ad revenues choked off in an instant. This is the newest method that Big Brother is using to enforce thought control.”

    The ultimatum came in the form of an email from Google’s ad placement service AdSense. The email specifically listed an article on The Liberty Conservative’s site, stating that the article violated AdSense’s policies.

    “As stated in our program policies, Google ads may not be placed on pages that contain content that: Threatens or advocates harm on oneself or others; Harasses, intimidates or bullies an individual or group of individuals; Incites hatred against, promotes discrimination of, or disparages an individual or group on the basis of their race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or other characteristic that is associated with systemic discrimination or marginalization,” the email stated.

    The email warned The Liberty Conservative that it must either remove ads from that page, or “modify or remove the violating content to meet our AdSense policies.”

    “These tech companies have us all by the short hairs, and post-Charlottesville, they are all working in unison to enforce the Orwellian nightmare. Nobody is safe.”

    Chillingly, Trejo called on “all conservatives and libertarians” to “realize that the Orwellian nightmare enforced by private hands is just as harmful to human freedom as if the dystopia was enforced by the hands of government commissars. The results will be the same, as freedom of expression will be sacrificed to the God of political correctness.”

    This was not the first time The Liberty Conservative faced censorship, Trejo added. “In the past, Facebook banned users from sharing content immediately after they posted our controversial article criticizing a ‘libertarian’ Washington D.C. thinktank official who denigrated Ron Paul,” he wrote. But this was the first time the site faced demonetization.

    Earlier this week, The Washington Post reported that Google was targeting critics in academia and journalism. The company has come under fire for firing senior software engineer James Damore after he published a controversial memo inside the company. Ironically, he accused Google of being an “ideological echo chamber,” and his dismissal arguably proved his point.

    The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is a cash cow that uses its coffers to slander mainstream conservative and Christian organizations as “hate groups.” The SPLC began by tracking real hate groups like the Ku Klux Klan and black nationalist groups, but later it added mainstream groups to its list.

    The SPLC publishes a list of “hate groups” — along with a “hate map” — that lists Christian organizations like D. James Kennedy Ministries, the Family Research Council (FRC), Liberty Counsel, the American Family Association (AFA), and Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), along with other groups like the American College of Pediatricians and the Center for Immigration Studies. It also lists Muslim reformer Maajid Nawaz as an “anti-Muslim extremist.”

    // alternet supports BIG BROTHER

    // fakebook has a secret list of hate groups not allowed to link or post
    // i bet Breitbart is on the secret list
    // that infamous article
    // even robt reich against google


  3. Groty1 says:

    Most of the highly educated intellectuals in the early 20th century were left wing progressive/socialists (not much changes). They were also eugenicists. Hitler praised American and British eugenicists in Mein Kampf and credited them with his ideas about creating a “master race”. American left wing eugenicists are rarely fingered for their role in providing the intellectual foundation for the Holocaust.

    What I find interesting is that while the eugenics movement then was based on pseudo-science and unproven theories, some of their beliefs have since been substantiated by solid science. Genetics DOES play a role in IQ. So does race/ethnicity, but acknowledging it makes you a racist.

  4. geeknerd says:

    June 22, 1941, was the day the Left started calling Nazism right-wing.

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