Category Archives: Nationalism

Cleansing Inclinations

Happened again. This time in Libya. Happened again. This time in Russia. Focus in Libya on mistreatment of black Libyans, basically blamed for everything. Not much reporting of same. Focus in Russia on migrant workers, most considered to be Muslim, … Continue reading

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Differences, More Similarities

My friend, Neil Remington Abramson, recently wrote to me about a poll on the attitudes of Canadians towards multiculturalism. I wonder how many respondents were from minority cultures, or how the study controlled for such. What does the term “Canadian … Continue reading

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Nationalistic Darkness

Bolshevism is bad, but nationalism is worse. Radovan Karadzic Found an older newspaper clipping. Montreal Gazette, October 29, 1997, page B3. “Conflicting visions”, an opinion piece by Dr. Charles Ingrao, of the Department of History at Purdue University. Citing fact … Continue reading

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