Wednesday, December 23, 2015


Sympathizing with the plight of Oxford’s Oriel College as it strove to placate hysterical ‘anti-racists’ who had got themselves shocked at the college’s student and benefactor, Empire-builder Cecil Rhodes (q.v.), the Observer’s Will Hutton felt obliged to spell out some faxalife (20 xii):

"Rhodes cannot be expunged from the history of Oxford, Britain and South Africa. What’s more, Rhodes cannot be regarded as a lone wolf, an especially abhorrent racist; the importance of race and breeding as explanations of good character were widespread within western culture in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Keynes, one of my intellectual heroes, was an advocate of eugenics as a young man; Woodrow Wilson, a great progressive American president and founder of the League of Nations, believed non-whites did not have the character to govern. Winston Churchill was as misty-eyed about the destiny of the Anglo-Saxon peoples as Rhodes. Our forebears may have understood the virtues of checked and balanced government, freedom of the press, presumptions of innocence and the rule of law – but they also held unreconstructed views about women and race"

{A strong importance for race, and the existence of racial superiorities had also been maintained by Boyle, Voltaire, Rousseau, Kant, Hume, Linnaeus, Hegel, Darwin, Disraeli, Broca, Schopenhauer, Galton, Freud, McDougall and Haldane – not to mention Edinburgh LUniversity’s star anatomy professor Robert Knox who taught that “race is everything.”}

Eventually the Oxford protest against Rhodes brought out some heavy guns, with the Telegraph’s Charles Moore blasting academics’ “cowardice” in taking down the Oriel plaque (21 xii) and the usually right-on Cambridge classics professor Mary Beard saying in her Times Literary Supplement blog that the Black student leader in Oxford of ‘Rhodes must Fall,’ himself enjoying a Rhodes Scholarship, was plainly a “hypocrite” as well as a poor historian in judging Rhodes by the standards of a century later (Daily Mail, 22 xii).

Rhodes’ biographer, Philip Ziegler, said the mighty magnate, who had gone from pennilessness to leaving £36M (in today’s money) to Oriel, had been a “realist” who would have adapted to changing times – and that anyhow he had stipulated in the 1890s that Rhodes Scholarships must not be awarded on account of “race or religion” (Daily Telegraph, 22 xii).

According to R. W. Johnson (historian, author, and emeritus fellow of Nuffield College) students looking to get rid of the Rhodes statue at Oxford for his views on races and imperialist history were showing ‘no respect for history’. In his view, the ‘Rhodes Must Fall’ movement wanted to do something similar to “smashing old Muslim statues” like Al Qaeda and Isil {ISICK} had done in recent months.

Rhodes’ ungrateful, peecee and cowardly college, where he had studied for nine terms while already embarked on making his fortune, proposed to take the heat off itself by having six months of discussions between staff, students, alumni, historians, Tom, Dick and Harry about how to dispose of its statue. But getting rid of this would be harder work than had been taking down its plaque.


Providing a welcome Christmas present for hereditarians, some 1,100 genes were announced by researchers at Imperial College London to be involved in human intelligence. Occurring in two ‘networks’ of genes – M1 having 1,000 and M3 having 100 – these genes showed abnormalities in cases of brain damage, autism, epilepsy and intellectual disability. Genetic abnormalities were associated with impaired functioning on measures of cognitive functioning, mental speed, attention and memory.

Dr Michael Johnson, who headed the 25-strong team which reported in Nature Neuroscience, that the finding was in line with traditional estimates of human intelligence being up to 75% inherited (Daily Telegraph, 21 xii). Dr Johnson said: “Traits such intelligence are governed by large groups of genes working together - like a football team made up of players in different positions.


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Monday, December 21, 2015

Dinner with friends

Chris is not in the best of health these days but he is still enjoying life.  Below is a picture of him and his lovely Taiwanese wife at a pre-Christmas dinner -- at which I hear they had the best curry in Edinburgh  -- JR


After an extraordinary year in which Western politicians had excelled themselves in incompetence – with their economies, education systems, communications and immigration arrangements out of any semblance of explanation or control – it was a pleasure to record that White electorates had turned rebellious – whether voting for communism in Greece, for independence in Barcelona, and for nationalistic ‘far right’ parties all over Europe.

Happily, America’s own non-peecee possible saviour, billionaire tycoon ‘The Donald’ Trump – though stripped of his honours by Scotland – attracted favorable attention from that King of the Orient, Vlad Puto, who saw fit to commend DT as “outstanding and very talented.” Thus, perhaps, a Star was born...

Star of wonder, star of night,
Star with royal beauty bright,
Westward leading, still proceeding,
Guide us to thy Perfect Light!

Admittedly, there was an isolationist strand in DT’s thinking; but he was at one with Puto in willingness to end the death cults of civilization-suppressant Islam, offering hope for 2016 – a year which, while sadly commemorating the twenty-year depublication of The g Factor, could well see a re-assertion of democratic elitism against the mindless multiculti pseudo-egalitarianism which had gripped the West for so long.



 Revenge was achieved on the peecee tyrannies of academia and feminism by the Nobelist who had been forced out of his honorary professorhip in London after a ‘sexist’ post-prandial pleasantry (see September/October). Biomedic Sir Tim Hunt had prefaced an invited talk to an international audience female scientists with an ‘admission’ that there were some problems having women in labs – e.g. that they tended to cry and fall in love with men.

After deceitful reporting by a fat old Black journaliste that the joke had been received ‘in stony silence,’ University College demanded Sir Tim’s resignation; but Sir Tim and his loyal wife gave themselves a nice Christmas present by accepting new assignments – Sir Tim’s from the Royal Society and his wife’s a chair in Japan, to which the couple would migrate, leaving UCL and British science short of two star staff and of several other eminences (such as Richard Dawkins) who had broken with UCL in protest over its treachery (Daily Mail, 18 xii).

    PeeCee was at the same time embarrassed by several African Union countries proposing to ban the burqa – a sensible move to help policework, but one largely abjured by Western politicos out of ‘sensitivity’ to supposed Muslim feelings. The multiculti goons of the UN who had failed through thirty years to separate the bloodthirsty rival Hutus and Tutsis of Rwanda/Burundi watched aghast as another genocide loomed in Burundi. And Hungary suspended business with a German owned telecoms firm which had itself cancelled its contract with a singer who had mentioned the feminist-maddening fact that women had broad hips so they could safely deliver babies.

    Admittedly, Oxford peecee blowhards intimidated Oriel College into taking down a plaque commemorating its great imperialist, diamond magnate and apartheid sympathizer (though no slaver) Cecil Rhodes;

Plaque at Oriel College, Oxford, to Rhodes (2% of whose fortune went to buy the college its new building in 1911)

but the College showed no sign of returning the ultra-generous bequest it had enjoyed from Rhodes, the University did not close the Rhodes Scholarship scheme which had brought the likes of bill Clinton and Australia’s latest PMs Tony Abbott and Malcolm Turnbull to Oxford, a huge statue of Rhodes at the entrance remained in place because Oriel was a listed building and thus protected by Oxford town council and UK heritage outfits, and the Telegraph got a heaven-sent opportunity to splash the political correctness of Britain’s luniversities as the main headline story on its front page (19 xii) and let its columnist Daniel Hannah call Oriel academics “cretins.”

Politicization of lunis was also exposed in America, where Harvard apologized for its Office for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion having presented all students with propaganda placemats to take home so they would be able to explain to their families over Christmas that Syrian refugees were a jolly good thing, that cops shot Blacks too easily, and that Harvard was abolishing the term ‘house master’ because of its (apparent) association with the era of slavery (Guardian, 18 xii).

(For the Guardian, Dave Schilling provided a general consideration of ‘Has political correctness gone too far?’ – noting the ridiculous excesses while pointing out that fee-paying students were entitled to indulge their whims by seeking ‘safe places’/agreeable communities and that at least peecee agitators were not so far more violent than neo-Nazis….)


 As the West embarked on its strangely timed and astonishingly prolonged Festive Season of gift-giving, partying, cooking, texting, sexting and spiritual drinking to make up for the incompetence of its deluded peecee politicians, holidaymakers at least had the leisure to reflect on their leaders’ story that there was nothing specially wonderful about Christianity’s message of good will to all men – and nothing specially evil about Islam and its eschatology of unforgiving jihad. Timeously aiding such reflection, a dramatic visual aid had come to hand from California.

    Unlike other mass murderers, who usually exhibited antisocial, paranoid, narcissistic or schizoid traits, the San Bernardino Muesli murderers Farook and Malik did not appear to be natural born killers. Neither had a history of violence or criminal record, and both generally were described as pleasant people. In fact, friends invariably called the 28-year-old Farook a “very nice person,” while his landlord even described him as a “very gentle person.” He enjoyed working on old cars and shooting hoops.

For her part, the 29-year-old Malik was seen as “a good girl” and a good student who aspired to be a pharmacist. Before she took to dressing in austere Islamic clothing, she was even viewed as a “modern girl.” Muslims and non-Muslims alike spoke highly of them both.

Then suddenly a switch was turned, and the couple went medieval. By all accounts, that switch was Muslim piety. They had simply got closer to their religion, immersing themselves in Islamic scripture. Instead of leading them to a world of mutual understanding and measured forgiveness, their Arabic religion led swiftly to barbarism – to a world of killing in which one’s own forgiveness of sins could only be guaranteed by the shedding of blood of heathen.

    The New York Post put it well (13 xii):

"Islam is not a “religion of peace,” and won’t be until most of its followers–the Taliban, the Ayatollah, ISIS, the Muslim Brotherhood, the mullahs of Saudi Arabia–reject tenets like jihad. To suggest otherwise is naive. Virtually everyone is hacking at the branches of this growing menace, and almost no one is striking at its root."

    {Thankfully, readers of this blog will know not only the realities that people differ in race, sex, age, class, IQ and Psychoticism but also the reality that religions differ seriously from each other – not least as being responses to different evolutionary conditions, some more conducive to polygamy, fighting and slavery than others.}


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Monday, December 14, 2015


There were signs of tectonic plates moving as Mutti Merkel told Saudi to cease its support of terror. She thus became the first Western leader to say publicly that there was a problem with the West’s chosen Wahhabi/Solunni ally.

Her demand came as Saudi offered to fund the building of 200 mosques in Germany to help cope with the million Syrian (and other Middle Eastern) migrants which Germany had recklessly admitted to demonstrate its multiculti virtue.

In Britain, Bonking Boris Johnson went a step further and urged alliance with Vlad Putin and Basher Assad – as did Parisians and an increasing number of Westminster MPs, said Boris (D.Telegraph, 7 xii).

In America, that tireless supporter of Israel, David Horowitz, helpfully supplied information about the hotbeds of support for Islamic nonsense to be found in the USA’s luniversities


Responding to the latest murdering outrages by jiheadist Mueslis in Paris and California, Donald Trump called for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until the country’s representatives could figure out what was going on.

According to Pew Research, among others, there was great hatred towards Americans from large segments of the Muslim population. Most recently, a poll of Mueslis from the Center for Security Policy released data showing 25% of the Mueslis polled agreed that "violence against Americans here in the United States is justified as a part of the global jihad"; and 51% of those polled "agreed that Muslims in America should have the choice of being governed according to Shariah."

Shariah authorizes such atrocities as murder against non-believers who won’t convert, beheadings, and more unthinkable acts that pose great harm to Americans -- especially women.

   The Donald stated, "Without looking at the various and detailed polling data, it is obvious to anybody the hatred is beyond comprehension. Where this hatred comes from and why, we will have to determine. Until we are able to determine and understand this problem and the dangerous threat it poses, our country cannot be the victims of horrendous attacks by people that believe only in Jihad, and have no sense of reason or respect for human life. If I win the election for President, we are going to Make America Great Again."

    Trump further repeated his call to monitor mosques and called on people to report suspicious activity, though saying, "Don't worry about profiling. I promise, I will defend you from profiling." At another point, he called for "closing that Internet up in some way" in certain areas because of people who get recruited to terrorist groups.

    He was denounced as "unhinged" by Republican leadership contender Jeb Bush. But a Vox poll found that even 43% of Democrats agreed with him – a percentage which rose to 66% after three days of worldwide publicity.

    Trump put out his incendiary proposal just hours before he was scheduled to appear at a rally on board the USS Yorktown, a second world war aircraft carrier that was berthed near Charleston, South Carolina. The military location was carefully chosen for an address that falls on the 74th anniversary of the Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor that brought America into the war. After being interrupted several times aboard the ship, he said the proposal was "probably not politically correct, but I don’t care".

    The commentariat and twittersphere erupted in condemnation. Even UK PM Daft Dave felt oblige to announce his view that The Donald was "divisive, unhelpful and wrong." Ukip leader Nigel Farage released a statement saying Trump had "gone too far".

In reply, DT said that his suggestion had proved very popular with intelligent people; and he warned America against spawning the "radicalized no-go areas" of London and Paris where police feared for their lives. (When the Met denied there were such areas, no less than five policemen told the Mail (9 xii) they were instructed to wear only plain clothes – not police uniform – among Mueslis.)

Senator Ted Cruz, who was vying for much the same base of Republican support that Mr. Trump now enjoyed, declined to join in the scolding.

Said DT of his rivals, "They were condemning the wall [to keep out Mexicans], they were condemning immigration, they were condemning all of the things I’ve been espousing. And now most of them are on my side."

Mr Reid, the Democratic Senate leader, seemed to agree: "Trump is saying out loud what other Republicans merely suggest," he said on the Senate floor. Trump followed up with a media blitz in which he claimed the mantle of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, citing the internment of Japanese Americans during the second world war as precedent for his policy.

    Mr. Trump’s position on Muslim immigration thus had its admirers. His stance drew several hundred favorable comments on China’s Twitter-like social media site, Weibo, where supporters linked his idea to their own fears of the Uighurs, a minority Muslim group in China’s northwestern region, some of whom had resorted to militancy and violence.

Most Arab and Gulf states also surely approved – for they didn’t admit Muslims from other countries, thus forcing such pumigrants to go to the West....

    Indicating there was more sense in Trump’s proposal than was acknowledged by the half a million who petitioned Westminster to keep Trump out of Britain, the US brought in a requirement that any who had visited Syria or Iraq in the past five years would need to apply for a visa if seeking to enter the USA (Daily Express, 9 xii). And a further half a million Brits signed another petition to Parliament, seeking to suspend all immigration into Yukay until ISIS was beaten.

    Despite the backlash from the chatterati and British Labourites, Trump’s divisive rhetoric struck a chord with Republican voters. More Republicans favoured his proposal to ban all Muslims from entering the United States than opposed it, according to a poll from NBC News and the Wall Street Journal. In a New York Times CBS News poll (10 xii) the real estate mogul received support from 35% of Republican primary voters nationally.

What they had to worry about had been summarized in National Review (7 xii): in polls, ordinary Muslims showed egregious anti-Semitism, strong support for punishment of blasphemy and apostasy, and (as DT would mention) more British Muslims had been joining jihad than were found in the British Army.

    {In truth, DT’s idea of banning foreign Muslims was not practical. There was no certain test of who was a Muslim; banning by nationality would create injustices; and terrorists were often home-grown – or at least home-resident or naturalized. Probably the best that could be achieved was surveillance by co-religionists.

Muslims and everyone else would be obliged to register with at least one community having substantial assets that could be frozen if a member came under suspicion of encouraging terror in the host country. – Individuals would probably pay a subscription to regularize themselves as community members; and communities would have the motivation and funds to provide surveillance.

Communities would doubtless often be groups of churches, mosques or kindred tabernacles; but schools, colleges, businesses and clubs could also serve to provide surveillance. Essentially ‘comunities’ would be insurance schemes, with premiums varying according to the perceived risks posed by different members.

    But, yes, DT did find a little immediate support – whether in a condemnation of Muesli lack of achievement in a VDare piece (9 xii) from Ann Coulter that surely qualified her as DT’s Vice-President, whether in a straightforward condemnation from Pat Buchanan (VDare, 10 xii) of the establishment itself as "unhinged," whether from the Telegraph’s Charles Moore who wanted serious research into Muesli extremism, whether from a Texas imam who thought mosques should not play politics (AmRen, 12 xii) (he was promptly sacked) or whether from the many BBC correspondents who resisted the siren call to silence DT and insisted on the need for free speech and debate.}


Race realism took another step forward as the magnificent scholarship of The Races of the Old Testament (1891) was translated into Russian and published in Moscow by Vladimir Avdeyev. Written by Archibald H. Sayce (LL.D; D.D.; Fellow of The Queen’s College, Oxford; Professor of Assyriology), the book carefully describes the physical, linguistic and psychological features of the races, sub-races, branches and stocks of and around Arabia. An example (though Sayce explains that the descriptor ‘Semitic’ was used more broadly by philologists):

"The true Semite, whether we meet with him in the deserts and towns of Arabia, in the bas-reliefs of the Assyrian palaces, or in the lanes of some European ghetto, is distinguished by ethnological features as definite as the philological features which distinguish the Semitic languages. 

He belongs to the white race, using the term * race ' in its broadest sense. But the division of the white race of which he is a member has characteristics of its own so marked and peculiar as to constitute a special race, — or more strictly speaking a sub-race.

The hair is glossy-black, curly and strong, and is largely developed on the face and head. The skull is dolichocephalic [long-headed].

It is curious, however, that in Central Europe an examination of the Jews has shown that while about 15 per cent, are blonds, only 25 per cent, are brunettes, the rest being of intermediate type,  and that brachycephalisin occurs almost exclusively among the brunettes.

It is difficult to account for this except on the theory of extensive mixture of blood.  Whenever the race is pure, the nose is prominent, and somewhat aquiline, the lips are thick, and the face oval.  The skin is of a dull white, which tans but does not  redden under exposure to the sun. There is usually, however, a good deal of colour in the lips and cheeks.  The eyes are dark like the hair.

Mentally the Semite is clever and versatile, with a special aptitude for finance. His memory is retentive, his mode of reasoning deductive rather than inductive. He is better able to deduce the consequences from a given premiss, or to expose the weakness of an adversary's argument, than to balance the probabilities in favour of some inductive conclusion. He is consequently more likely to attain eminence in mathematics or music  than as a pioneer in inductive science."

Needless to say, Sayce recognized a superiority of the "white" peoples of the Near East to "black Africans." But his view of such Whites was not entirely elevated: on visiting Chicago in the 1930s, he complained that 80% of the people were "not properly American at all."


As Lombardy banned facial veiling in government offices and hospitals, in the Cote d’Azur the National Front’s steely-willed, energetic, fresh-faced and delightful Marion Marechal le Pen left no doubt in her electoral campaigning that France’s four million Mueslis would need to drop their more dopey ways and fit in with French customs.

Maid Marion

Germany’s expectations were also on display in Leipzig, where seventy police were injured in the course of lively argument about Mutti Merkel’s idealistic dream of admitting millions of Musulmen....


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Sunday, December 06, 2015


 Probably because of Cardiff LUniversity students’ effort to stop “transphobic” feminist intellectual Germaine Greer from speaking, there was a welcome spurt of press interest in and condemnation of the mounting peecee tyranny in British universities (which one Mail correspondent suggested should be re-named univormities) (Daily Mail, 30 xi).

Top historian Niall Ferguson provided a similar service for American lunis (Sunday Times, 29 xi) – interpreting the students’ wish to dissociate their lunis from  ‘racists’ of the past like famed US President Woodrow Wilson (academic, Democrat and Nobelist) as like the Puritanism of America’s first settlers. {Yes, as Christianity had receded, PeeCee had taken its place.}

Learning of student demands -- to be spared from (re-)traumatisation by insensitive mentions of reality and to have ‘safe places’ where no-one would use insensitive terms – and having to deal with a student who complained of being upset by the chaplain -- Oklahoma Wesleyan University president Everett Piper posted a scathing essay on the university’s website saying students should toughen up (Daily Telegraph, 2 xii, p.18). “This is not a Day Care [Centre],” he wrote, “it’s a University.”

   The narrowing effects of lunis having become intimidatingly leftist and peecee were set out in the Daily Telegraph (Allister Heath, ‘A refusal to think freely is making universities increasingly irrelevant,’ 3 xii): seeking political safety in repetition and triviality, a large percentage of research was never cited (98% in the arts).

On the same day, the paper reported prominent human rights campaigner Maryam Namazie {see September} as having been shouted down by members of the Islamic Society at Goldsmith LUni, London, leading her to observe that universities had become too “sanitised.”

And – just twenty years after Edinburgh LUni decided to back its hysterical students and move formally against The g Factor – the principal of London’s elite New College of the Humanities, Professor [of Philosophy] A. C. Grayling, said “Universities shouldn’t have to pander to infantile ideas – they should challenge them” (D.Telegraph, 5 xii, ‘Whining students need to grow up or get out’)


 As Britain joined the 65 countries of the world already committed to smashing ISICK in Syria and beefed up to 16 the number of its bombing-capable jets on Cyprus, there was a prospect of a worldwide alliance* to stamp out Muslim jiheadists and to stop the funding of violent fundamentalism by Solunni states such as Saudi and Turkey.

China – fed up with its own Mueslis in Xinxiang Province – indicated its willingness to join in; and even India, which had most to lose, indicated it was up for a dare by instituting legal proceedings to have the Taj Mahal declared a Hindu shrine (which it apparently had been prior to sale to a Mogul prince). Russia helpfully threw in aerial-photographic evidence that ISICK oil had been ending up in Turkey.

{The main problems in achieving a passably united front against Islamofascism would be switching the West (especially Germany) from its many Solunni attachments and stopping the West annoying Russia by such stupidities as stirring up the Ukraine and offering Nato membership to Montenegro. Thankfully, signs were emerging (D.Tel., 3 xii, Fraser Nelson) of Western leaders coming round to the view – long advocated in this blog and by Russia – that London ophthalmologist Basher Assad required backing as having the only army in the region capable of delivering the required ‘boots on the ground’ to beat ISICK.}

* The last time that Britain, France and Germany [Holy Roman Empire] had all been together as allies in war was in the Fourth Crusade (1202-1204; sought by Pope Innocent III) – which admittedly did not reach Jerusalem, but it did a good job of taking and sacking Constantinople....


 As the pumigrant-sceptic Sweden Democrats reached 20% in the polls, they were deemed by the Guardian to merit a feature article and decent photos (see AmRen, 27 xi). Which was nice. But it turned out that their ‘radical nationalism’ was none too radical or nationalist at all. In fact, they were actively pro-LBGT, pro-Israel, constantly excluding and harassing their own members for doing anything that could be interpreted as "racism" by the enemy, denying the existence of races and of "ethnical Swedes" (!), using Asians and Blacks in their TV commercials, etc.

In short, they were a Swedish UKIP – though the policy of avoiding direct confrontation with peecee-multiculturalism had landed UKIP with only one MP and would not do UKIP much good in the crucial by-election in Oldham where (assisted by the constituency being a quarter Srindopakeshi and by the scandalous postal vote system) Labour retained the seat with 62% support while much-tipped UKIP languished on 23%.


As Paris got a full turnout of top world diners to celebrate their righteousness in deploring ‘man-made warming’ of the global climate, a 70-year-old expert in meteorology came into full view as a dashing sceptic about the ‘scientific consensus.’ Piers Corbyn, the older brother of the new Labour leader, was brought on prime-drinking-time TV (by top Beeb host Andrew Neil, BBC1, 4 xii, 23:30) to insist the world was getting colder, not warmer.

Impressively articulated and backed up – as could be expected from one with a First from Imperial College London who had gone on to make his living selling and gambling on weather forecasts -- Piers’ thesis was quite the opposite of the non-academic brother Jeremy’s conventional greenery; but, whatever the siblings’ rivalrous differences, they were in broad political and personological agreement, for Piers was a lifelong Marxist.


The counter-jihad movement in the UK was expanding rapidly, according to new analysis by the anti-racist group Hope Not Hate showing that 24 different far-right groups were attempting to whip up hatred towards Muslims and provoke a cultural civil war (Observer, 6 xii). The most comprehensive report yet into international counter-jihad organisations said that Islamophobic groups in Britain were articulating public concerns following the Paris attacks and the on-going pumigrant crisis in Europe.

In January 2016, the former leader of the English Defence League, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, often known by the pseudonym Tommy Robinson, would make his political comeback by fronting the re-launch of the UK arm of Pegida, the German anti-Islam organisation which had prompted attacks on ‘refugees.’

The report chronicled 920 anti-Muslim organisations and key Islamophobes in 22 countries, noting that such groups were becoming increasingly well-resourced -- particularly in the USA, where eight foundations had donated more than £38m since the 9/11 attacks.

{Funding in the UK, however, was pretty much non-existent – certainly as compared to what politicians provided to the pro-multiculti BBC.}


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