Author Archives: Thomas Jones

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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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On April 16th, 1746, the last battle fought on British soil occurred. It was a confrontation between the supporters of two different dynastic houses, but it was more than just some familial feud. This was the Battle of Culloden and … Continue reading

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Rotten Daffodils

Also published at Identity Forum     There is a tendency among the Welsh to show great pride in the deeds of past ancestors who fought against English conquest; of men who wanted to force the English back, the championing … Continue reading

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Trainspotting 2

There is a trend for, instead of producing new material, the film industry to simply makes endless remakes of hit-films or sequels to hit-films. Recently, I’ve noticed that sequels are being made 5, 10 or even 20 years after the … Continue reading

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London Attack: Another Bout of Road Rage?

On March 22, 2017 an act of Islamic terror occurred near Westminster in London, England. There was some initial confusion over the exact identity of the attacker but we now know it was one Khlaid Masood, but even before we … Continue reading

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Arrogant, Brazen Turks

  Also published at Identity Forum   Throughout its history, Turkey has been the scene of many an invasion and migration of peoples moving west-east and vice versa. The Ottomans absorbed many cultural aspects of the various regions they conquered, often … Continue reading

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The Failure of Multiculturalism in Polish Ukraine

Also posted at The Occidental Observer   We are often told today that multiculturalism, that is to say a state made up of a diversity of peoples, is a great strength. No, it is in fact our greatest strength! To … Continue reading

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Danes Lead the Way?

Also posted at Identity Forum   Dannebrog falling from the sky during the battle of Lyndanisse, Christian August Lorentzen   Sweden has become rather notorious in right-wing circles of late. Their quest to become the progressive jewel in the crown of … Continue reading

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This past month I decided to see a film in theaters. I think the last time I did this was when I went to see Spectre. This time around I watched a far better film: Martin Scorsese’s Silence. I left … Continue reading

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