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Actually, Herr Weber did a misnomer

Early in the beginning of the Cold War, Communist Yugoslavia broke its relationship with the Soviet Union, without, of course, stopping to be a brutal communist dictatorship. Even more so, it aped each and every idiotic scheme Uncle Joe and his witchdoctors cooked up, in a vain attempt to out-stalin Stalin himself. One of these schemes was the…
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The Long March of the Patriots

Britain’s accession to the European Economic Community in 1973 represented the culminating triumph of globalism and liberal institutionalism in the West. In the wake of the Second World War, nationalism had been deemed too dangerous to be left untamed; and the majority of its proponents were laying in shallow graves across Europe. History…
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Europa Wept Blood

2016 will go down as a year of tumult and astounding political upheaval; a year remembered for an unprecedented electoral rebellion on both sides of the Atlantic. The turmoil these shock decisions wrought has dominated the thinking of both the global elite and the masses; creating a daily political saga. Yet amid this atmosphere of jubilation,…
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General Lee Rides Again!

All across America a great iconoclasm is happening. What started with murmurs of disapproval and the banishing of suspect symbols has become an out and out torrent of inchoate rage against collective memory. In towns and cities across the South, Confederate monuments that have stood in their silent watch for a century or more are being dismantled…
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Serbs: Still the Guardians of the Gate

Six hundred years ago, Europeans were fighting an aggressive Islamic expansion into Europe. Brave Christian knights held off the Ottomans until 1459 when the conquest was finally complete. One hundred years ago, Europe was in the middle of World War I. On 28th June 1914 shots fired by Gavrilo Princip that killed the evil, anti-Semitic,…
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