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The Anti-Humanist Ideology of the Christchurch Killer.
As with the ideologies that spawned so many genocides and massacres through the twentieth century and into this one, Brenton Tarrant’s weighing of individuals’ lives as of no account against tribal fealty and group identity challenges us to promote something better. To achieve this we must first take our heads out of the sand. And actually read what he wrote instead of trying to hide it like Ms Ardern.
How Labor Will Impose the Queer Revolution
In LGBT parlance, “heteronormativity” represents the first value system marked for destruction. Queer humans, it is argued, are inherently “othered” by a social order in which gender congruence and heterosexuality are normative. Genuine “inclusion”, therefore, can be achieved only where new norms, based on queerness, are established. In this crusade, activists have the alternate government as their ally.
Unions Return to Class Warfare
In her book On Fairness, ACTU Secretary Sally McManus clearly sees herself as a proletarian dissident battling some totalitarian regime. But other than knowing who is on which side, there is no indication she and her grasp of how economies work have evolved beyond the shallow ken of her memoir’s sixteen-year-old, a supporter of her team come what may.
Israel as a leader of Western conservatism
Roger Scruton’s short stories
The Architecture of Thomas Hardy
Directors who rewrite Shakespeare
The British stage is now riven with racism, if by racism we mean the tendency to believe that race is and ought to be an important determinant of policy. Sadly, the passion of certain directors to enlist the Bard as an agent of politically correct agitprop too often produces not tragedy but farce.