Canada’s Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, in the roughly two years since taking power from Stephen Harper’s Conservative Party of Canada, has exhibited a pattern of behavior very much unlike any previous Canadian government.Read More
Articles by Rob McLean
By simply chipping away at small problems we can build our confidence and open a constructive positive path forward. Failure to redouble efforts in 2018, to push back the forces of darkness, is not an option.
This weekend, in Germany, as a direct result of Angela Merkel, Berlin’s young women will have to survive New Year’s Eve. Let’s hope it all works out, and Happy New Year.
The risk of major conflict has not been higher that it is today. We must get used to the idea that China no longer controls Pyongyang.
To suggest there is a lot of rough road ahead for everyday Europeans is, in my view, a major understatement. There are real dangers ahead. But looking down the road, there are fewer globalists blocking a path to a better and much more independent future.
Bye-bye Brussels, auf wiedersehen Merkel. The post-globalist Europe is emerging before our eyes.
What multiculturalists, relativists, and decades of indoctrination have done is severe Europe from its own history. What Europe looks like when that old history ceases to exist, ready or not, is coming into focus.
At least 171 people have died in the ongoing plague outbreak in the island nation of Madagascar. The death toll, according to a World Health Organization release issued on November 15, represents 8% of the 2,119 “confirmed, probable and suspected cases of plague” reported to WHO by Madagascar health officials as of November 10.
We are seeing lines drawn against the much bragged of “EU solidarity”. Not surprisingly such lines form around culture, protecting traditions, and critically, sovereignty.
The divisions within Europe are growing wider. Nothing less than the future of traditional European civilization is at stake.