‘Europe Will Collapse as the Soviet Union Did’


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Foremost European conservative philosopher explains why he has hope Europeans will come to their senses.

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Anna Parashkevova, RIP


One of the great perks of being associated with the Washington D.C.-based Phillips Foundation is meeting young, enterprising journalists setting out to make their mark in the world. Anna Parashkevova (Anna Moya by marriage), was very much in that category. Born in Bulgaria, she immigrated to the United States with her family, went on to [...]

Terrible Plane Crash in Libya, Dutch Boy Sole Surviver


A terrible accident (or so it appears) happened in Libya earlier today: a plane, with 104 people on board, crashed when it tried to land. 103 people died. The sole surviver was a ten year old Dutch boy. It seems likely that at least one of his parents died in the crash, possibly both. He [...]

A Profile in Courage


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An open letter to Geert Wilders.

Go Out To Dinner In Paris – And Help Build A Mosque


 
Thinking about a Paris vacation this Spring?  Unknowingly, French residents and tourists are paying taxes that finance the construction of mosques and promote the ongoing Islamization of France.  The hamburger restaurant chain “Quick” recently announced that it will serve halal meat – that is to say, food which is legal for consumption by Muslims.  Animals used [...]

Muslim Europe – by Jamie Glazov


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The secret plan to flood the EU with mass Muslim immigration.

Bret Stephens: Airport Security and Our Incompetent Civilization – WSJ.com


When does a civilization become incompetent? I’ve been mulling the question in a number of contexts over the last year, including our inability to put a stop to Somali piracy, detain a terrorist who can neither be charged nor released, think rationally about climate change, or rebuild Ground Zero in an acceptable time frame. But […]

Eurabia vs. Israel on Jerusalem – by P. David Hornik


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The EU pressures Israel to surrender its capitol.

Matthias Küntzel: The West goes wobbly on Iran, The Weekly Standard


On November 18, Iran’s foreign minister Manouchehr Mottaki rejected a proposal that his country should export some 70 percent of its low-enriched uranium for further processing abroad. On November 20, the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council plus Germany met in Brussels and urged Iran to reconsider. “I continue to hold out the […]