One of the truly enduring sex symbols of modern times, Brigitte Bardot has surprisingly proven herself a forthright fighter for human and animal rights. Free countries being what …
UPDATE 10/3/17: Post-Vegas, the usual deplorable jackals of the Left have gone right into feeding frenzy mode, blaming the guns for the actions of one …
Europe’s leaders have realized, and are acknowledging one after another, that that continent’s multiculturalist policy–the idea that geographic areas could be ceded to immigrants from Islamic countries who would treat them as Islamic enclaves, rather than being encouraged to assimilate–has been a disastrous failure.
No Tolerance for Intolerance-No Apologies for Being Free.
We have seen a civilization so great, so long-lived, and so strong that it couldn’t die – do exactly that.
The concept of too big to fail does not necessarily apply to nation states.
We don’t have to go back very far in history to observe such a catastrophic event. It isn’t necessary to go back to the great pre-Christian civilization of Egypt to find parallels with our own current destructive patterns, nor do we need to compare our country to ancient Rome, and that greatest of civilization’s centuries’ long world reign and subsequent downfall. In much more recent times, we can look at what happened when our first and oldest ally, the ancient regime of the great nation of France, in the late 18th Century, self destructed in large part due to nation-destroying financial practices.
Muslims Debate asked Mr. Geert Wilders why he became anti-Islam and what is his message to the Muslims?
Geert Wilders: I first visited an Islamic country in 1982. I was 18 years old and had traveled with a Dutch friend from Eilat in Israel to the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Sharm-el-Sheikh. We were two almost penniless backpacking students. We slept on the beaches and found hospitality with Egyptians, who spontaneously invited us to tea. I clearly recall my very first impression of Egypt: I was overwhelmed by the kindness, friendliness and helpfulness of its people. I also remember my second strong impression of Egypt: It struck me how frightened these friendly and kind people were.