SRI LANKA VS. NEW ZEALAND: D'Souza exposes Left's blatant double standard

Christians are evil perpetrators while Muslims are innocent victims.

This fake narrative explains the Left’s disparate response to the Sri Lanka and New Zealand terrorist attacks.

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Available for pre-order now, Dinesh D’Souza’s new book United States of Socialism reveals modern-day socialism as a “identity socialism.” Who is behind it, why is it evil, and how can we stop it?

United States of Socialism

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Through D'Souza's trademark incisiveness, wit, and originality, United States of Socialism reveals how the Left uses the Venezuelan formula for socialism, decisively refutes this new face of socialism, chillingly documents the full range of the Left’s gangster tendencies, and provocatively exposes the tactics of the socialist Left.

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One Comment

  • Abel says:

    April 27, 2019 at 9:20 AM

    Those people were Christians. They did not worship Easter. Zero empathy whatsoever.
    The reaction might be a bit racist too. They’re relying on people thinking “Well, it’s some foreign country full of dark skinned people, this figures.”
    Pretty scary that you could be killed at any time and it would be swept under the rug if the killer’s identity was inconvenient.