Author Archives: Thomas Jones

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Carthago Delenda Est

There is a common saying about how the children are the future. Well as lame and prosaic as that sounds it is true. In traditional societies the elders would seek to ensure the maintenance of society for the upcoming generations … Continue reading

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Οχι Day

Today marks the anniversary of the beginning of one of many forgotten little wars that ended up becoming swept up in the Second World War which raged on at the same time. As with the First World War, the 1939-1945 … Continue reading

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Visegrád Union

The European Union is proving itself to be an anti-European, internationalist organization which is seemingly hellbent on flooding the continent with peoples who are completely foreign in every conceivable manner from the indigenes. However, many will argue that some form … Continue reading

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Petty Nationalism in Spain and the UK

In 2014 the Scots held a referendum concerning the future of Scotland’s relationship with the UK; would it separate or would it remain? It was a close call but in the end the results came back with a unionist victory. … Continue reading

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Petliura and the Pogroms in Interwar Ukraine

Originally posted at The Occidental Observer in two parts (1 and 2 ) The fall of the Romanov dynasty saw Russia descend into chaos and even as the First World War was raging, yet more conflicts would spring up. In … Continue reading

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1898: Our Last Men in the Philippines

In the 1810s-1820s, Spain suffered a major calamity from which, arguably, it has never recovered. She lost almost all of her territories in the Americas after a series of wars against local Creoles, who at first had been motivated by … Continue reading

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Canada Day Is Now a Day to Inflict White Guilt

Also published at Council of European Canadians   July 1st of this year marked the 150th anniversary of the Canadian confederation as everyone is well aware at this point. The public and private spheres both put a great deal of time … Continue reading

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Spotlight on the DUP

Primarily, my descent is from the so-called Celtic fringe of the British Isles and thankfully these areas are also the least ‘diverse’ although it should be mentioned that there are regions of England, like the south-west, which I know are … Continue reading

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The Lost City of Z

The Amazon rainforest is the largest in the world and for centuries it has beguiled and mystified humanity. Indeed, it still has the ability to surprise even in the 21st century, with reports of uncontacted tribes being discovered deep within … Continue reading

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Malala: Poster Child of Globalism

Originally posted at the Council of Eurocanadians   Pakistani Malala receives standing ovation after demanding that Canada accept 66 million refugees “in a historic address to Parliament” on April 11 Recently the House of Commons was ‘graced’ with the presence … Continue reading

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