Category Archives: Death of the West

Politico: Profile of Pat Buchanan

In Politico, Tim Alberta has a very good, lengthy profile of Pat Buchanan. If you want a pretty decent mini-biography of the guy, this is the piece: Of Trump’s victory: Buchanan, for his part, feels both validated and vindicated. Long … Continue reading

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The Battle For France

At TAC, Scott McConnell has an excellent piece on “The Battle For France”: Think what you will about America’s contentious identity politics; compared with France, the United States remains Mayberry, TV’s symbol of small-town innocence. We may have Black Lives … Continue reading

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Andrew Michta on ‘The Deconstruction of the West’

Andrew Michta, dean of the College of International and Security Studies at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, discusses “The Deconstruction of the West”: Today, in the wake of decades of group identity politics and the attendant … Continue reading

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Sweden’s LBGTQRSUV Crowd & Muslim Migrants

The libertines in Sweden don’t quite get it. What does one think the cumulative effect of giving newly-arrived, young, male, Muslim ‘refugees’ this will have on both their perspective of, and their actions within, their new host welfare state? Swedish … Continue reading

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Enoch Powell Was Right – Pt. 3,719

In the wake of the British-born Muslim who drove his car into a crowd of people on the Westminster Bridge, killing four and injuring many more, do yourself a favor and read (or listen to) Enoch Powell’s 1968 “Rivers of Blood” … Continue reading

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David Brooks’ “Telos Crisis”

The NYT’s idea of a “conservative” is liberal ethnocentric Jew David Brooks. His column today, complete with a romantic picture of ‘Puritans leaving England for America, circa 1635’, is “The Unifying American Story”: One of the things we’ve lost in … Continue reading

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Denk

Vincent Law points to this development in yesterdays Netherlands elections as most significant: Denk, a party founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk has become the first ever ethic minority party in the Dutch parliament. The party, which has long … Continue reading

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Rinkeby, Sweden: Celebrate Diversity

From Gates of Vienna: The following video was taken from bodycam footage recorded by one or more police officers in Rinkeby, the notorious culturally enriched suburb of Stockholm. I assume the situations depicted in these clips is fairly typical of … Continue reading

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Camp of the Saints: Steve Bannon Edition

Over on the fringes, at the Huffington Post, Paul Blumenthal (ahem) has a piece titled “This Stunningly Racist French Novel Is How Steve Bannon Explains The World”. Stephen Bannon, President Donald Trump’s chief strategist and the driving force behind the administration’s … Continue reading

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NYT: “As France’s Towns Wither, Fears of a Decline in ‘Frenchness’”

“As France’s Towns Wither, Fears of a Decline in ‘Frenchness’” is a depressing article on the ‘devitalization’ of old French towns, where giant supermarkets and shopping malls are leading to the accelerated shuttering of old town vendors: ALBI, France — … Continue reading

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