Entries by Colin Liddell

“Cutting the Throat of Whiteness”: The Suffering of White South Africans May Redeem the West

“The time for reconciliation is over. Now is the time for justice.” These are the words of Julius Malema, the head off South Africa’s Economic Freedom Fighters party/gang. To use a contemporary cultural reference point, Malema is essentially the Killmonger to Nelson Mandela’s T’challa, a more nuanced take on Black power, but both of which […]

The BBC’s “Denying Jihad” Playbook

Why, oh why is the BBC routinely called fake news these days? One of the main reasons is their ludicrously overprotective treatment of Muslims, which leads them down the path of ridicule, along the lane of absurdity, and into the parking lot of incredulity. Everybody, including Joe Public, the BBC’s intended audience, knows that Muslims […]

The Self-Defeating War Hypocrisy of the Left

The world tends to run more on unintended consequences than intended ones, it seems. One of the reasons that Trump is now in the White House tearing through Obama’s flimsy legacy like an angry tornado is because he was ultimately seen as the “peace candidate,” while Hillary came to be perceived as the “war candidate.” […]