Ilana Mercer: More bodies will litter our streets, à la Nice

They’ve been killing their way across Europe and the USA. They’re the Mohameds, Omars, Syeds, Tashfeens, Tareks, Maliks, Ibrahims, Brahim, Yassins, Rafiks, Khalids and Najims; Messrs. Abaaoud, Abdeslam, El Bakraouis, Abrinis, Abballas (blah-blah). But about them, the Twittersphere yields more … Read the rest

Ilana Mercer: America’s sick of Barrack Hussein Obama’s racial dog-whistles

Just wait. In the fullness of time, Donald J. Trump will be blamed for “creating the atmosphere” that led to the Texas cop massacre of July 7.

However, at least by the same standards applied to Mr. Trump, Barrack Hussein … Read the rest

Ilana Mercer: Mateen was loud & proud about his orientation as aspiring Muslim terrorist

Democrats are frenetically trying to pass legislation that’ll make it impossible for anyone on the government’s terrorist list to legally purchase a firearm. Their renewed Brownian motion is due to the massacre, last Sunday, of 49 gay club-goers in Orlando, … Read the rest

Ilana Mercer: On Trump tribalism and Clinton’s Sinophobia

Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party’s presumptive presidential nominee for 2016, has something in common with Donald Trump: Sinophobia.

During a 2011 visit to Zambia, she warned about “a new colonialism in Africa.” This time, the Chinese were to blame. As … Read the rest

Ilana Mercer: Someone should tell Bill Kristol dwarf tossing is cruel

Prominent neoconservative Bill Kristol shared his election-year hallucinations with the nation. From the ashes of the Republican primaries would rise a man to stand for president against victor Donald J. Trump, a Sisyphean task that has been attempted and failed … Read the rest

Dan Roodt: South African ‘democracy’ increasingly intolerant of dissent

It is interesting that even in politically correct university circles doubts are surfacing about the nature of South African democracy. In the Business Day of 3 June 2016, Professor Anthony Butler of the University of Cape Town published a column … Read the rest

Karel Combrinck: De profundis

The University of Pretoria is traditionally and historically an Afrikaans university. For English-speaking readers this notion perhaps requires some clarification. It does not mean that anyone intends the University of Pretoria to be an exclusively Afrikaans university in that people … Read the rest

Ilana Mercer: How the cult of the kid is making America not great

There were likely no kids on board EgyptAir Flight 804 that crashed into the Mediterranean Sea, on May 19. Had there been kids on board, we’d be hearing about it a LOT.

Of the 224 people on board the Russian … Read the rest

TAU Bulletin: South Africa has now gone fully ‘African’

“Rich whites must pay.” “They must give back the land”. “White monopoly capital must go.” “Zimbabwe is an inspiration”. “Take power with a gun.”

Economic Freedom Front (EFF) leader Julius Malema’s recent pronouncements and incantations at the launch of his … Read the rest

Ilana Mercer: Left-liberalism’s homo-eroticism

A Norwegian male was raped by a Somali asylum seeker. The last term—Somali asylum seeker—is something of a contradiction like the first (Norwegian man). The asylum-seeker honorific is given to practically anyone from the Dark Continent or the Middle-East who … Read the rest

Dan Roodt: Brief comment on Mrs. Gillian Singiswa’s ethnic-cleansing project for Afrikaners

Mrs. Gillian Singiswa, the local embodiment of the Andy Warhol principle that “everyone will be famous for 15 minutes”, after accusing a judge of being “racist”, is hankering after the ANC’s proposed new law against said mental disorder, “racism”, which … Read the rest

Albert Brenner: Why Black lives matter more

The bond between drug dealer and addict sure is fascinating. It is based on mutual reciprocity insofar as both depend on each other for gain. The latter for “bliss/hapiness”, the former for material welfare.

Now imagine a scenario where the … Read the rest