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Why did the West support the Marxist ANC takeover in South Africa?

As South Africa is struggling with yet another Race War, journalist Anthony LoBaido, who has travelled extensively across Southern Africa, elaborates at WND on the atrocities of the Marxist ANC in the past. The article is worth reading, as it describes some of the elements of South African history that is puzzling: Why did Britain suddenly support a Marxist take-over …

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Conservative Disdain for Revolutions: Edmund Burke’s advocacy for gradual change – Hanne Nabintu Herland at WND

In today’s progressive, mainstream narrative, history is steadily twisted to fit the Liberal agenda, that is to move Western values further away from its historical roots. We shall take a closer look at the French Revolution, which at the time created anarchy and civil war in France. Was the French Revolution really about “the people”? Did it really lead to …

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The French Revolution and Democratic Tyranny: A study of Mob Rule – Hanne Nabintu Herland, WND column

Our time is characterized by the West’s love for war. The great empires in history were also characterized by conquest of the weak and revenues from the conquered, yet he who holds the moral high ground tends to win in the long run. So states the Chinese man of wisdom, the military genius Sun Tzu, writes historian Hanne Herland in …

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