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  1. Totalitarian? The Soviet Union was totalitarian. Our masters no longer care to enslave the peoples of Europe. They tried and failed. The plan now is to drive us into extinction.

    So I’ll ask the flabby NeverTrumper poof who is the Official Conservative at the Atlantic: what does he suggest we do about this other than whine?

  2. Definition of intersectionality: the complex, cumulative way in which the effects of multiple forms of discrimination (such as racism, sexism, and classism) combine, overlap, or intersect especially in the experiences of marginalized individuals or groups.

    The lefty progressive champions of the various SJW causes have closed ranks to form a united front. The end goal is equal outcome for those who defecate on equal opportunity. Math, grammar, spelling, white feathered chickens etc etc are all raciss to be done away with.

  3. “There is a word for this kind of politics and this kind of ideology when it is fully and completely realized, and it is totalitarian.”

    Yes, that is the syllogism of politics.

    Totalitarian, jackboot dictatorship is the natural environment of socialism, fascism, communism and other such ‘isms.

    Every individual person, anywhere, has own ideas of things.
    For every person to agree with any of the ‘isms, of necessity, the person must be coerced to agree. Before the socialists take over, there is sweet talk about how wonderful it will be to get everything for “free”. Of course those that succumb to the meme don’t thing past the end of their nose. It means that they are taxed to extinction. That is apparently ok until they find out that they are unable to do anything on their own, all things are done and organized by the ruling class that thinks for them.
    The outtaxed are prevented from thinking by propaganda beating them down as they are basic idiots and don’t know what’s good for them.

    Its all wrapped up in veneer of shiny brass, The cover provided by the media cartel propaganda. That may be more difficult at this time, since the media cartel is not the single source of information, though never fear, the censorship brigade is working on it.

  4. Races/Racism/Racist; all constructs of division instead of Race; total and complete inclusion.

    There is only one race: the Human Race.

    As soon as anyone adds anything to the four letters of the word “race” there is an agenda of division and a power grab formulating and functioning. Full stop.

    In His hand is the life of every creature, and the breath of all the human race.
    Job 12:10 TLV
    https://bible.com/bible/314/job.12.10.TLV

  5. To me, the most salient passage in Andrew Sullivan’s commentary is this: “But now I’m confused, and I don’t think I’m alone.”

    The Bible has a word for “confusion”: Bavel (i.e., Babel, from which Babylon was derived).

    From “A Religious Encyclopaedia” – Volume 1 (1891):
    The Old Testament (Gen. xi. 9) brings the name Babel in connection with the confusion of tongues, and the dispersion of the race into nations, and derives it from the Hebrew bvl “confusions.”

    In other words, confusion as to what is right, what is truth. Confusion causes uncertainty of action, division.

    Divide and conquer.

    The whole goal of these “intersectional leftists” is to CONQUER, just as Islam has done over its entire existence, to take what doesn’t belong to them, that they didn’t work for: power, wealth, and control.

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    Michael McCallion The disparity in classification because the Anglo-Culture are meaner, crueler, or just in thinking without a culture? — OR is it because the Anglo-Culture are Second Class People because the privileges set-into-place by HULL/Ottawa are seriously skewed to the Franco-Culture?
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    Michael McCallion It is interesting these various LIST(s) show the most dangerous location(s), certainly in the 100 ‘most’ are from Canada West. A sprinkling of ‘Quebec emplacement’ show up in the 100 ‘most’ & Ontario moves forward when the list in the 280’s gets to the 100’s areas.
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    Prosper Theroux #1 Ontario 83 places , # 2 BC 58 places , # 3 Alberta 29 , # 4 Sask 12 # 5 Quebec 22 places and Everything East of Quebec about 3 to 5 places for a Total of 17 places

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