Are You Politically Correct?

by Robin Elliott on April 23, 2015

The contents of those four telegrams below reveal what this tool of of the collectivists and socialists really is: 1. Tokyo , Japan , 0800 – September 1, 1945 to President Harry S. Truman from General D. A. MacArthur. “Tomorrow we meet those yellow bellied bastards and sign the Surrender Documents, any last instructions?” 2. […]

The Pain of Choice

by Robin Elliott on April 21, 2015

I was staring absentmindedly at my thumbnail this morning. It reminded me of the pain I suffered when I caused the black mark under it, and I started thinking about pain. We all suffer different kinds of pain in our lives. When I slammed my thumb in the cupboard door, a large black stain emerged […]

I have great respect for the Chinese and Jewish people and their history of accomplishments. Not so much “multiculturalism” going on there. (Or in Russia or Japan or Saudi Arabia or Iran.) Jewish people, along with the Chinese, have the highest IQ’s in the world, on average. And then there’s England, the greatest truly imperial […]

European settlement of South Africa began with the arrival of Dutch commander Jan van Riebeeck and his 90 men, who landed in 1652 at the Cape of Good Hope. In 1849 Livingstone abandoned the role of a traditional missionary and went exploring up into Africa in earnest. By that time, Europeans and the Chinese had […]

The Real African Problem

by Robin Elliott on November 25, 2014

Kevin Myers (born 30 March 1947) is an Irish journalist and writer. He writes for the Irish edition of the Sunday Times, having previously been a columnist for the Irish Independent and a former contributor to The Irish Times, where he wrote the “An Irishman’s Diary” opinion column several times weekly. Until 2005, he wrote […]

You Can’t Bank Ego

by Robin Elliott on November 6, 2014

It’s been said that they who can’t sell teach others to sell. That being busy and being productive are not necessarily the same things. And that feeling important is entirely different to being important. The sound of your own voice may be sweet to you, but does it increase your bank balance? Are you very […]

Intelligent People Are Proactive

by Robin Elliott on November 5, 2014

In Greece, when they experienced financial collapse recently, people who had lived in the same mortgage-free homes for hundreds of years, LOST their homes. Why? The government increased property taxes to a point where they were unaffordable. And then they stole the homes of people who couldn’t afford the taxes. Smart people left Germany when […]

The North American TV Disaster

by Robin Elliott on October 28, 2014

Politicians use misdirection and false flags to hide their giant Ponzi scheme and money grab, wars to steal oil and heroin and boost their flailing economy – we all know that. And television and movies are their powerful partners. After all, isn’t that how Putin got into power so fast in the Russia? He learned […]

If I Wanted to Murder my English Teacher

by Robin Elliott on October 24, 2014

If I wanted to murder my South African high school English teacher, I could easily do it by getting her to commit suicide. Of course I would never do that, because I loved my English teacher. She was an alcoholic who stank of cigarette smoke, drank during class from a bottle of brandy she kept […]

Bamboo and Business?

by Robin Elliott on October 11, 2014

After you plant a bamboo sprout, nothing happens or 4 or 5 years. You can water and fertilize it, but there is no visible evidence of any growth. Then in the fourth or fifth year, everything changes. Within six weeks, the Chinese bamboo tree grows to a staggering ninety feet tall – up to three […]