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Apartheid, in Perspective, 2

Apartheid, in Perspective, 2 By Ilana Mercer Monomaniacal Westerners—they have one thing on their minds: it begins with an “R”—have come to think and speak of apartheid as a theory of white supremacy. It was not. The policy of “separate … Continue reading

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Apartheid, in Perspective, 1

  Apartheid, in Perspective, 1 Essay in two parts, by Ilana Mercer In a recent translation of Tacitus’ Annals, the question was raised as to whether “there were any ‘nations’ in antiquity other than the Jews.” Upon reflection, one suspects that … Continue reading

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The elephant in the Pistorius courtroom ILANA MERCER

The elephant in the Pistorius courtroom ILANA MERCER interviews Afrikaner campaigner Dan Roodt Philosopher Dan Roodt, Ph.D., is a noted Afrikaner activist, author, literary critic and director of PRAAG. He is the author of the polemical essay, The Scourge of … Continue reading

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The ridiculous racial merry-go-round ILANA MERCER

The ridiculous racial merry-go-round ILANA MERCER observes an American recreational activity in full flow What were CNN and MSNBC doing while Russia Today was broadcasting an interview with Ehud Barack about the breakdown of “peace talks” between Israelis and Palestinians, … Continue reading

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