Category Archives: Europe

What Made Europe Great

From American Renaissance: The first speaker, Helmuth Nyborg, professor emeritus of the University of Aarhus, gave a riveting talk entitled “What Made Europe Great and What Could Destroy It.” He began by pointing out the clear relationship between distance from … Continue reading

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We Are All Millwall

If Europe is to be saved, it will be saved by its soccer fans who exemplify blood and soil loyalty. Spencer Quinn writes: One of my all-time favorite moments in literature just played itself out on the news recently. During … Continue reading

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Apocalypto (2006)

Greg Johnson: “At the end of that movie, not a single person in the movie theater was not relieved to see the white people show up and provide a little adult supervision.” Greg: “I want a complete ban of future … Continue reading

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The Jewish Question In 19th Century Europe

Andrew Joyce writes: The Jewish push for political advancement in Western Europe provoked other insightful assessments. In France, while the Revolution was still ongoing, there was a robust and lengthy debate on whether Jews should be considered full citizens on … Continue reading

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‘Americans Run Away For Our Freedom’

Greg Johnson says 68 minutes in: “Americans don’t get European identity. Americans are people who left Europe because they were religious fanatics or economic men. They were rootless, they were willing to root themselves up, cross an ocean, risk their … Continue reading

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