The Dai people are one of China’s ethnic minorities. (Image:  YouTube / Screenshot)

The Exotic Dai People of China

The Dai people are one of China’s ethnic minorities. They are traditionally known as rice cultivators of the valleys — like the Shan, Lao, Ahom, and Thai people. Most of them live in the Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture in southern Yunnan…

Reading Marx's poems reveals his devotion to Satan and his desire to replace God with himself. (Image: via  pixabay  /  CC0 1.0)

Marx: A Devout Disciple of Satan

According to The Black Book of Communism, communist ideology is responsible for the death of almost 100 million people. Most people assume Karl Marx to be an atheist. He, himself, propagated such ideals, but an investigation into the individual lets…

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The Exotic Dai People of China

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Marx: A Devout Disciple of Satan

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