This is Episode 9 of Flashback Friday on Red Ice TV. I want to draw your attention to a specific portion of this show. From 41:38 to 44:18 minutes, hosts Henrik Palmgren and Lana Lokteff present a short extract from a video showing a discussion about science in a South African classroom. What is going there defies imagination. It is certainly very hilarious at times but it is also very worrying. Young South African Blacks display a total disconnection from reality. In psychological terms, they display characteristics of regression. Their inability to recognize science for what it is and their obsession with what they call ‘decolonization’ speak volume. Throughout the world, Blacks are targeted by a massive propaganda effort to make them reject and hate western and White society and all its values and qualities. South Africa and the United States are certainly two of the worst places. But not only that. In that extract, we can also witness the implementation and the enforcing of the ‘safe space’ mentality. One individual who tried to question and debate what the female speaker was saying, was reminded to respect the ‘rules’ of the safe space, to apologize or leave the classroom if he refused to do so. This is a complete totalitarian nightmare. A real safe space should be safe not only for those who speak but for anyone in the audience to ask questions, reflect on things, doubt, debate, etc. In this extract, we can see that this ‘safe space’ was not safe for the young man who interjected with a personal reflection. And when you see that, then you know you live in a totalitarian community or society.
Julian Von Abele took the opportunity to defend white and western civilization on a college campus when he was confronted by a crowd of angry leftists. The scene was recorded and posted on Twitter. He stood up for himself, for the white race and for our civilization and we owe him a debt of gratitude. In this interview with Alex Jones, he explains the context of the event and shares his thoughts about it. Thank you, man. You have been terrific. Two thumbs up!
Filmed in 2010, this interview is still as relevant as if it had been recorded yesterday.