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This week’s panel:
Hannibal Bateman, struggling intellectual.
Don Camillo, anti-Gaulist, adventurer.
fair and balanced moderator
Issue 1: Roy Moore Scores
Accusations have crept up that Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore
dated and possibly diddled teenage girls when he was a dashing
young lawyer in the 1980s.
Roy Moore has flatly denied some allegations, but equivocated on
others. In Moore’s words,
I did, I’m not going to dispute these things, but I don’t remember
anything like that.”
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has now officially thrown
Moore under the bus, claiming that he
the women” and wants Moore to step aside. This brings into question
whether the Republicans would seat Moore even if won. A recent
Emerson College poll reveals that Moore still holds a commanding
10-point lead over challenger Doug Jones in a poll takenafter
the allegations were first levied in theWashington Post.
Will Roy Moore back down, or will he double down?
Issue 2: Based Poles
people staged a hardcore nationalist rally in Warsaw. The rally
marked the anniversary of Poland’s re-emergence as a nation after
WWI. It was a fantastic show of clean, healthy
Many on the right are well disposed to nations like Poland, who
have a nationalistic culture, strong religiosity, relatively high
birth-rates, and who adhere to normal gender roles. Other former
Eastern Bloc countries exhibit these trends, for example Hungary,
the Baltics, the former Yugoslav states, and the
Poland” isn’t what it seems. While its people may be grounded in
patriotism, its government is just as ZOGged as any
What should our perspective be on nationalistic feeling in the
former eastern bloc?
Issue 3: Pestis Negra?
The plague has broken out in Madagascar. It has claimed upwards of
160 lives, and around 2000 have been infected. Ten nearby countries
are on high-alert.
This plague is remeniscent of 2014’s ebola epidemic.
Madagascar is the world’s fourth largest island. It is home to an
eclectic array of plant and animal life, due to the fact that its
landmass was most recently connected with what is now India, and
not Africa. It was one of the last places on earth to be settled,
probably sometime in the first few centuries AD. Moreover, it was
not settled by Africans, but rather Polynesian migrants who sailed
across the Indian Ocean.
For much of 2016, the mainstream media and Alt-Right agreed: Steve
guy.” While liberals viewed Bannon as the grim reaper, we
overlooked his glaring ideological faults and
him as fellow traveller, or at least someone who connected directly
to the rural and suburban White base.
In a recent interview with theNew York Times,
the alt-right is
fabrication,” lacking in
and purpose.” He expressed that his
nationalist” agenda, which remains vaguely defined, will
people, creeds, and sexual orientations.”
But Bannon isn’t opposed to all ethno-nationalisms,
it seems. Tonight he was a speaker at the Zionist Organization
whose abbreviation, is all too telling.
Will Bannon ever get out of our way…
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