Having a career in the big media is like having a career in big politics. Politics is the art of the possible. Compromises are inevitable. And so it is in the media, where I suppose even many leftists have to suppress their real hatreds in order to appeal to their audience and the network higher-ups—for […]
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“Suicide of the Liberals” discusses the parallels between today’s woke liberal/progressive culture and the era before the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia. Excerpts: Between 1900 and 1917, waves of unprecedented terror struck Russia. Several parties professing incompatible ideologies competed (and cooperated) in causing havoc. Between 1905 and 1907, nearly 4,500 government officials and about as many […]
Earlier by Kevin MacDonald: The Trump Impeachment: A Clash Between America’s Competing Elites? It was always obvious to those of us on campus in the Vietnam years that if you fired at random into a mob of student protestors you would hit a lot of Jews, and that is exactly what happened at Kent State in 1970 (three out […]
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Brendan Simms discusses his new biography of Adolf Hitler, and why he thinks the dictator’s main preoccupation was in fact Anglo-American capitalism