Into the Cannibal's Pot:
Lessons for America from
Post-Apartheid South Africa
"If you want to witness the end result of what in America is called
'diversity', you must read 'Into the Cannibal's Pot'."
Don’t Know Shiite From Shinola
"There is little reason for me to hope to impart something new about the predictable progression of Iraq from (sectarian) rogue state to failed state to Islamic state, in the wake of the American occupation. There is no reason to expect me to best a column dated December 2006, titled "At Least Saddam Kept Order" MORE.
Tyranny Strives For Uniformity: The Onslaught Against Steve Hofmeyr
South African media (even more illiberal than America’s) have almost nothing positive to say about Steve Hofmeyr, an immensely popular singer, songwriter, actor and Afrikaner activist. (In the new multicultural South Africa, Afrikaner identity is tantamount to a “racist” identity, naturally.) For speaking out of turn, the forces of tyranny have converged on Hofmeyr with [...Read On]
Joel Pollak Knows Diddlysquat About South Africa, Old & New
Some pipsqueak, Joel Pollak, has written a deeply silly, short, insubstantial piece about South Africa. “Blue State Blues: My Immigrant Father’s Warning—’When Illegality Becomes the Law'” is sufficiently shallow, ahistoric and counterfactual to elicit emotions at Breitbart.com, without taxing critical thinking. Pollak, who should know better as he is from South Africa, is an example [...Read On]
Gruber Or Curveball?
By Myron Pauli Ann Coulter, columnist and perpetual Republican apologist, recently wrote an article  contrasting “health care expert” Jonathan Gruber with the row over memos leading the US to War with Iraq. Much as I loathe appearing to be defending Obama against Republicans, Ann is very much wrong in exonerating Republican fabrications vs. Democratic [...Read On]
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