The Enemy Within: The Secret War Against the Miners

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Horowitz lays out how we have ended up in the worst national crisis since the Civil War. He details: The cookie is set by CasaleMedia. The cookie is used to collect information about the usage behavior for targeted advertising. Horowitz shares the story behind “Strange fruit song”. I know the song but I didn't know the full story. The Enemy Within is a delightful, detailed deep dive into the personal and political world of the woman behind the public face and the TV slots. No matter what commentators and policymakers think of the recent Conservative Party antics, Warsi is the most successful Muslim woman in British political history. Make of that what you will.

Warsi is at her best delivering a withering polemic on the flaws in government rhetoric and policy on extremism and multiculturalism. In a chapter entitled “Islamophobia”, she dismisses the approach of David Cameron and other former colleagues as “nonsense”. Applied across the board, the government’s current definition of “extremism” would, she says, include Russell Brand. Verso Books stated that "In this 30th anniversary edition new material brings the story up to date with further revelations about the secret war against organised labour and political dissent". Horowitz explains that identity politics “is more accurately understood as Cultural Marxism—the idea that American society is characterized by oppressive hierarchies, and thus divided into warring races, genders, and classes.” Wikipedia defines totalitarian as “…a concept used in academia and in politics to describe a form of government and political system that prohibits all opposition parties, outlaws individual opposition to the state and its claims, and exercises an extremely high degree of control over public and private life.” While America is not all the way down the road on the definition, there are glaring similarities between Wikipedia’s definition and events taking place in our country today.A long-time observer and critic of radical ideology, Horowitz argues that this is done with a single purpose in mind: the remaking of the United States in the mold of cultural Marxism. Horowitz’s latest clarion call, The Enemy Within, is a stem-winder. His first epigraph quotes Lincoln: “As a nation of freemen, we must live through all time, or die by suicide.” His thesis is that the U.S. – and by extension the West – is committing suicide due to leftist authoritarianism that has manifested itself so clearly in recent years.

Owen Jones described the book as "A terrifying, frightening indictment of the British establishment" while Naomi Klein praised it as "The definitive account of the strike—the best book on the Thatcher era". In The Irish Times the book was commended as "A staggering journalistic investigation" with Joseph Crilly writing that "one can only allow one’s head to swirl with a sense of the iniquity and the dishonesty involved". [1] The book starts with an introductory account of how the ANC dealt with one of the first serious incidents of corruption the party had to deal with following its assent to power; the expulsion of Bantu Holomisa from the ANC after requesting that the former Transkei Prime Minister and ANC Minister for Public Enterprises, Stella Sigcau be investigated for corruption. [1]The Enemy Within chronicles Warsi’s memories of life as a young Muslim woman growing up in a South Asian household. She discusses the importance of her family values: notions of hard work, respect for others and their differences and, importantly, fully supporting women as much as men, a perennial struggle facing many. The growing status of the family was achieved through self-employment and eventual financial success. It motivated her desire to become a confident and self-assured woman working in high politics in later life. Her path to political power, however, was not easy, laced as it was with many obstacles along the way.

Democrats have) come to rely on name-calling and hate rather than reason and persuasion, and whose leaders characterize their opponents as ‘deplorables’ and ‘irredeemables’ and ‘white supremacists.’ A party that relies on moral indictments to advance its political agendas, and which elevates tribal groups over the individuals who compose them, is a totalitarian party in the making.” -p. 101 When all else fails, with troops deployed in 12 major cities and Lloyd and Potter in the Oval Office demanding Foster's resignation, Casey advises that he will confess to being part of their conspiracy (having uncovered enough information to sound legitimate in his so-called confession), denying the true conspirators any chance of claiming that they have acted within the Constitution. Re: lynching: “About a third of lynching victims were white, and many of the victims had committed criminal acts and were targets of ‘frontier justice’ rather than racism.” -p. 37 Source: 2016 (Updated 2019). Fryer, Roland G. An Empirical Analysis of Racial Differences in Police Use of Force. https://www.nber.org/papers/w22399Identity Politics is often referred to as Political Correctness, but is is more accurately understood as Cultural Marxism – the idea that American society is characterized by oppressive hierarchies, and thus divided into warring races, genders, and classes. [p.4]



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