Category Archives: Arabs

Persians Vs Arabs

Comment: My experience has been that Arabs are easier and more pleasant to deal with than Persians on an individual basis. But Persian communities are more functional and its more pleasant to live around Persians than Arabs.

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LateEmpire.com

This Arab is brilliant: “A philosophical examination of the rise of the new Near East empires and the decline of the West.” pic.twitter.com/svYsPZv2gs — Walēd (@thelateempire) August 25, 2016 pic.twitter.com/sWnE8WLxri — Walēd (@thelateempire) August 25, 2016 * Hillary speech has … Continue reading

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The Meaning Of An Olympic Snub

It’s about the Jews! Jew writes about the "Arab mind." It's okay for Jews to frankly discuss race. Not you, silly goyim. https://t.co/2cKQkO1KmI — Ricky Vaughn (@Ricky_Vaughn99) August 16, 2016 I am unable to get exercised about the Egyptian judo … Continue reading

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Jews, The Jewish State, And Immigration

Comment: Via Haaretz: “Arab migration has been the best thing that’s happened to Europe in the past 50 years. Arabs in Europe are a fact of life. It’s time we started to accept that there’s no way to block the … Continue reading

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A Brief Survey of the Various Foreigners, Their Chief Characteristics, Customs, and Manners by P.J. O’Rourke

P.J. O’Rourke writes in National Lampoon in 1977: AFRICANS Racial Characteristics: Probably not people at all. Probably some kind of monkey. They eat each other and worship bundles of sticks and mud. You can never remember the names of their … Continue reading

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