Category Archives: Korea

The Public Space With JF Gariepy – Schools Impose Diversity

This week's schedule on TPS: @lukeford on Monday (around 8:30 PM Est Time), Mike Enoch on Tuesday (7 PM), @LaurenRoseUltra on Thursday (7 PM). Should be wild! — J.-François 🐭 Gariépy (@JFGariepy) April 30, 2018 @JFGariepy: "Israel is not a … Continue reading

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Steve Sailer: President of South Korea Is a Puppet of Her Rasputin-like Shaman Fortuneteller

Comments at Steve Sailer: * I was talking to a Korean girl recently about the politics of the country, with a special interest on race and multicultural stuff. She told me that Park is part of the conservative party, but … Continue reading

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Who Does South Korea Have A High Rate Of Circumcision?

Because they are such an imitative society, they even copied the practice of the American doctors who came over during the Korean War and then they made those American practices aka Jewish practices standard. A gift of the Jews! Wikipedia: … Continue reading

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Who Do So Many Counter-Currents Readers Come From Sydney?

Because Sydney is the most diverse Australian city. When people experience diversity, they really hate it. Sydney also has the lowest volunteer rates in Australia. I’m listening to The Convict Report Episode 39: Greg Johnson Speaks with the Dingoes. Greg: … Continue reading

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A Visit To Seoul

Martin Van Creveld writes: My hotel, The Lotte, is reputed to be the best in Korea. Clean, posh, with very good service. The buffet is famous. Though a bit expensive, of course. Which made me wonder how come so many … Continue reading

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