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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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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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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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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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End of the Year

2016 is coming to an end and soon 2017 will be upon us. And what a year 2016 has been! 2014 and 2015 seemed like exceptionally long years whereas 2016 was far too short, but I suppose that is to … Continue reading

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What a Day!

These past two most current months of this the most current of years, has seen quite the rise in nationalism. The most obvious has been the glorious victory of Trump in the American election (which resulted in a downpour of … Continue reading

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America Votes

Its finally happening folks, the most contentious US presidential election in living memory is about to come to a close. Its been a wild ride. There has been so much written about this election including myself (here, here, here, here … Continue reading

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Canadian Lügenmedia: Trump’s Poll Surge Sends The Globe and Mail Into Meltdown

New post over at the Council of European Canadians. Check it out here. The media is in full meltdown in this the last week of the US presidential election. And its not just the yankees. In Canada too we are … Continue reading

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Whither Canada

Also published at Identity Forum “There’s no avoiding the looming presence of U.S. culture on Canada, but our differences are substantive, concrete and homegrown. Our universal health care. Our social welfare system and collective sensibilities concerning the role of government, … Continue reading

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Mr. Current Year on Immigration

Also published at The Right Stuff   Recently Canada’s Prime Minister Justin “It’s the Current Year!” Trudeau met with Londonistan’s mayor Sadiq Khan (who calls Trudeau an inspiration). The hot topic of immigration came up and Trudeau decided to impart … Continue reading

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