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  • Friedrich Hayek

    An Austrian/British Nobel prize winner economist whose ideas of minimal government and liberal political regimes can become totalitarian, made him an instant enemy of the current collectivist left and got him censored on MSM.

    286 Points
  • Marie Antoinette

    The historical precedent of today’s Democrat Party’s ruling elite and the Queen of France during the french revolution, who cared far more about her hair and royal gardens than any plight of the French people and starving country peasants..

    172 Points
  • Pyrrhic Victory

    A  victory that inflicts such a devastating toll on the victor that it is tantamount to defeat. Winning a Pyrrhic victory takes a heavy toll that negates any true sense of achievement or damages long-term progress, also see Stolen Elections of 2020.

    187 Points
  • Reparations

    A justifiable word for looting when free food, healthcare, housing, education, political positions aren’t good enough.

    252 Points
  • Reichstag Fire

    An arson attack on the Reichstag building, home of the German parliament in Berlin, on Monday 27 February 1933, precisely four weeks after Adolf Hitler was sworn in as Chancellor of Germany. Similar to the Capitol Protests and the fake reaction of the Democrat Party, the attack was deliberately staged by the National Socialist German Workers’ […]

    335 Points
  • Columbus Day

    The day we celebrate to arrival of the gullible Italian sailor, Christopher Columbus, to Cuba in 1492, believing he reached East Asia and to bring civilization to indigenous people who were still living in the Stone Age by practicing cannibalism and slavery.

    512 Points
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