May 5, 2018

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What is Whiteness?

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After more than 30 attempts, socialism has never once worked. We have plenty of examples from history to give us clues about where we are heading. In this week’s boralogue, John looks at North Korea, Nicaragua, and the former Soviet Union to show the steps that have led and are leading to socialist failure. It could happen here soon if we don’t heed the obvious warning signs.

Plus John pays tribute to the great Chuck Missler who went home to be with the Lord this week. Rest in peace, Mr. Missler (1934-2018).

What are the definitions of whiteness and slaveholder religions? John debates Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove (, Associate Minister at the historically black St. John’s Missionary Baptist Church in Durham, NC on the topics of religion and race, discrimination in law and politics, and how being white doesn’t necessarily refer to the color of your skin.

George Orwell’s book 1984 is looking more like nonfiction than fiction. Freelance journalist and author Joe Jarvis ( joins us to look at Homeland Security’s attempts to monitor media outlets for news stories about the department. This could lead to potential violations of the first amendment and set a dangerous precedent.

John’s quote of the week:
All socialists/Marxists are great at pulling down existing orders. They are terrific at it. They are lousy at running governments and they never keep their promises. They always become just like the ones that they claim they were going to pull down in order to free the people and deliver paradise on earth.

In this week’s Section 6, John and Producer Steve discuss Israel’s undercover operation exposing Iran’s nuclear deception, the DC District Court’s ruling that President Trump cannot rescind DACA, and the controversy surrounding Kanye West and his support for a conservative speaker.

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  1. It seems sometimes people that espouse a particular narrative have some unique and valid insights. However, they can sometimes seem stuck in their narrative and never able to get past it and move on towards something that is more accurate and closer to the truth. Even when presented facts that contradict their narrative, they seem to cling to the narrative like a religion.
    That is the sense that I got from your guest. Interestingly, he could not define whiteness and explain clearly what he was asking us to believe. Instead, it’s oh, you couldn’t understand the meaning because you’re white. However, if he explained logically then we could have understood what he is saying although granted, we wouldn’t understand the amount of suffering and the psychological effects. No doubt, black people suffered horribly and they were victims but that’s not the argument or the debate. Why do so many seem to be stuck there?

    I found an interesting read. It is called “Life at the Bottom – The Worldview That Makes the Underclass” by Theodore Dalrymple. In the UK, there also exists a permanent underclass but they are white there. While I don’t believe this book answers the question raise earlier but it does provide insight into the thinking patterns and worldview that keep people stuck in the underclass.

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