Entries by Edmund Connelly, Ph. D.

“A Finger in Every Pie”: Scott Howard’s Open Society Playbook

Previously on TOO, “The Open Society Foundations and The Soros Network: Chapter 1 of Scott Howard’s The Open Society Playbook.” Scott Howard’s excellent new Open Society Playbook reminds me a lot of Jeff Gates’ 2008 book Guilt by Association: How Deception and Self-Deceit Took America to War, which I described as “a tour de force exposé […]

David Ray Griffin and the Demonic

The individual most responsible for my high degree of confidence that the official 9/11 story is blatantly false is a most unlikely character for the job — a mild mannered, retired theology professor long ensconced in the pleasant Mediterranean region of Southern California. His name is David Ray Griffin, now 82 years old. For a […]

Jones vs. KMac: Spirit or Material? Toward a Synthesis

By now, healthy numbers of informed people are generally aware of the work of our editor Kevin MacDonald and traditional Catholic thinker E. Michael Jones. Much of their influence comes from the fact that both have devoted major portions of their careers to writing about what is absolutely the most pressing issue of our age: […]

A teoria crítica da raça: uma arma do arsenal intelectual judeu

Não se enganem sobre isto: nós continuaremos a atacar os homens brancos, os vivos e os mortos, e também as mulheres brancas, até que o constructo social chamado de “raça branca” seja destruído ― não “desconstruído”, mas destruído. (NOEL IGNATIEV. In: Race Traitor) A promoção dos “Estudos da Branquidade” deve ser percebida como nada menos […]