Reasonable people didn’t expect their Prime Minister to tell the world, ‘‘There is no core identity, no mainstream in Canada’’. That’s probably why Trudeau didn’t mention this whole post nation thing during his campaign.Read More
Articles by Rob McLean
Italians could adopt a sharply more nationalistic direction and begin to clean-up of the mess created by the more leftist parties. How it all plays out—which parties are potential partners to govern, and can any coalition be effective—is key to derailing the EU experiment and saving a great culture.
The UN does not regret the disorder it has wrought upon Europe.
The future, the Grandi’s of the UN believe, is theirs to imagine, to create, and to control.
The same quisling politicians and bureaucrats who welcomed thousands invaders to enter Sweden are now psychologically preparing their population for wide-spread civil war. Just don’t expect to hear much about it from the legacy-media.
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.
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.