The Washington Post is a big supporter of extreme diversity and other liberal causes like refugee resettlement. On Monday, it presented a curiously mixed smorgasbord on French politics. The front page below the fold had a piece on France’s Marine Le Pen, noting her “gentler nationalism” in the headline. The photo was quite flattering — [...]
The spring sailing season is getting off to a roaring start in the Mediterranean, where 18,000 diverse welfare seekers from Africa and the Middle East have boarded boats headed to soft-touch Europe since the beginning of this year.
On Thursday, the Italian navy reported it had “rescued” 1000 African boaters over 24 hours. Another count last [...]
In the recent French elections, the National Front took over the political leadership of several towns, and Marine Le Pen announced that schools in those places would return to the custom of serving pork, and kids could eat it or not.
Why do schools have to provide special food for finicky or religious kiddies at all? [...]
CBN reporter Dale Hurd recently visited the socialist multicultural utopia to see how all the imported diversity is working out.
Not so well, it appears.
Could it be that not all cultures are equal or compatible? Sweden has been particularly stubborn in avoiding the obvious truth that knuckle-dragger Islamic tribes should be left in their own locales [...]
It’s spring in the northern hemisphere, so in many backward areas, young men are gathering en masse to head for first-world nations that offer generous welfare programs and jobs for the unskilled.
In passive Europe, a Camp of the Saints scenario is shaping up as the culturally weak societies there have been convinced by socialists that [...]
Look out, Dearbornistan and other US victims of Muslim immigration. France’s Islo-violence may well be a preview of coming attractions. America should pay attention and learn from Europe’s misery, but elites would rather cling to their liberal notion that any diversity is strength, even the murderous, misogynous type.
The latest outbreak occurred in Yvelines, a suburb [...]
Here’s a fascinating video from the informative IslamVersusEurope blog showing concerned Germans rejecting the government’s sudden announcement that a number of asylum seekers would be jammed into their apartment building. The video includes a tour showing small rooms filled with beds like a barracks, with 12 refugees using one bathroom. The guide announces, “This year we [...]
No Pope has ever spoken to the Congress before, but the Speaker thinks that it’s fine to offer him a uniquely high honor (and violate the separation of church and state) even though the nation is still majority Protestant (52 percent, more than double the number of Catholics).
What is the purpose of the invitation? Is [...]
The hopes of the Romeike family of homeschoolers to remain in America seemed to have crashed and burned on Monday when the Supreme Court declined to take their asylum case, but on Tuesday the DHS intervened to allow them to stay indefinitely as long as they remain law abiding.
It’s rare to see the government act [...]
Two small enclaves of Spain lie on the coast of Morocco and are a gateway to Europe for voracious African men anxious to reach the gravy train. Ceuta and Melilla, shown on the map, have increasingly been a magnet for Africans seeking free stuff in the European welfare states.
Spain has spent a lot of money [...]
Last Friday, two thousand residents of Plovdiv took to the streets to object to authorities returning a mosque to Muslim control in the person of the Grand Mufti. According to Reuters, “nationalists and soccer fans” attacked the building and 120 were arrested. News reports made the protesters sound like a bunch of hooligans (another word [...]
On Saturday I made a rare trek to see a first-run movie, because of my curiosity about Hollywood’s treatment of an instance of defending western civilization. The new movie Monuments Men modifies the true story of the World War II officers who rescued works of art from Hitler’s theft. A project of George Clooney, the [...]