“The Great Replacement” is a phrase coined by the French writer Renaud Camus. In an interview for American Renaissance, Mr. Camus explained it this way: Genocide by substitution, or Great Replacement, or change of people and civilization, in short the destruction of the Europeans of Europe, is the XXI century’s crime against humanity.

Here, it seems that the reality is of a potent Jewish Lobby, exerting itself (again) in the direction of war, for reasons of profit and revenge against a hated enemy. There is, indeed, a Jewish hand at work here, one that may well drive us into another world war, and even a nuclear war—one which,Continue reading

So not only is the Biden administration sending money to a foreign country in the midst of skyrocketing inflation and looming food shortages, but they are also getting themselves into debt with a growing superpower.

Number of people waiting for an immigration hearing is “larger than the population of Phoenix, Ariz., or of Philadelphia, Pa., the fifth and sixth largest cities in the United States.” Who taught them to game the system like this?

“President Biden is once again delivering for his radical leftwing base by appointing soft-on-crime advocates to the critically important U.S. Sentencing Commission, which sets the sentencing ranges for federal judges to consider in criminal sentences,” said Mike Davis, president of the conservative Article III Project.

According to a new audit, at least HALF of President Biden’s 22.2 million Twitter followers are fake. At least 49.3 percent of the president’s followers are “fake followers,” according to an audit done by software firm SparkToro.

President Joe Biden urged Americans to reject the same demographic “replacement theory” that he once cited as a “source of our strength” and something to be “proud of.”

The head of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Xavier Becerra has admitted that Democrat Joe Biden’s administration has known about the baby formula shortage since “last year.”

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