Last Days of the European Christmas Markets

by baldilocks Mark Steyn on the terror attack at the Christmas Market in Strasbourg, France: [I]t is now taken for granted that Christmas markets across Europe have to be held behind the ugly throttling barriers of "security" - which as we saw yesterday are, ultimately, never secure. Because we [sic] won't put up security barriers … Continue reading Last Days of the European Christmas Markets

Hands-Up, Don’t-Shoot–European Style

by baldilocks Daniel Greenfield again documents the terms of Europe’s willing surrender to the Dar al-Islam. The UN Commission of Experts identified 1,600 actual cases of rape in the Bosnian War that took place in the former Yugoslavia over a period of years. In Germany, 2,000 Muslim migrants sexually assaulted 1,200 women in a single … Continue reading Hands-Up, Don’t-Shoot–European Style

The Future belongs to those who show up: Totally Unrelated Update

Guess who's showing up in Germany Every dot on this map marks a refugee housing accomodation. You are now witnessing the death of Germany pic.twitter.com/0hAspRy205— Jani (@yueyuea) March 7, 2016 Of course if Europe in general & Germany in particular was what it once was, Practicing christians who were fruitful and multiplied, then it wouldn't … Continue reading The Future belongs to those who show up: Totally Unrelated Update

Islam in Europe: Rule of Law, Rule of Mob, Submission, Pick One

Rooster Cogburn:  You can't serve papers on a rat, you have to kill him or let him be. True Grit 1969   As each day goes by the apparent crisis in Europe is getting clearer and the costs of unassimilated Muslims is becoming clear even to the most jaded apparatchiks in the EU. The fact … Continue reading Islam in Europe: Rule of Law, Rule of Mob, Submission, Pick One

Europe’s left Love of Refugees explained in one Tweet

Draghi: Flüchtlingskrise kann sich als größtes staatliches Investitionsprogramm erweisen,das wir seit Jahren hatten https://t.co/NNDdb9VwLb— Lisa Nienhaus (@lisakatharina) January 22, 2016 For those of you who, like me Don't read German here is the translation: That explains just so much doesn't it. Incidentally I met MS Nienhaus when we were both covering Donald Trump in NH. … Continue reading Europe’s left Love of Refugees explained in one Tweet

Cologne & Philly remind me of the Sex Scandal in the Catholic Church

Do not suppose that this is the end. This is only the beginning of the reckoning. This is only the first sip, the first foretaste of a bitter cup which will be proffered to us year by year unless by a supreme recovery of moral health and martial vigour, we arise again and take our … Continue reading Cologne & Philly remind me of the Sex Scandal in the Catholic Church

The Left and Islam: in Cahoots or Not?

by baldilocks The West is repeating a mistake, a very recent one, says Daniel Greenfield. Greenfield points to the startling similarities between nascent international socialism from a century ago, the rise of Islamism in the present, and the impotence of the West in nipping both in their cradles. There are even parallel American presidents in … Continue reading The Left and Islam: in Cahoots or Not?

Germany Reverse Mortgages Its Future

I wrote about reverse mortgage a bit ago and it hit me it's a perfect analogy for what is going on demographically in Europe, borrowing for the present and letting someone else pay the bill later.  A great example of this is happening now in Germany. The German government expects to receive 1.5 million asylum seekers … Continue reading Germany Reverse Mortgages Its Future

The Unexpectedly Chronicles: Here comes Sweden

Today on Morning Joe all the talk was about how the disasters from the withdrawal from Iraq and Afghanistan were "unforeseen" by this administration . Unforeseen my Ass. An awful lot of us saw this coming and screamed bloody murder to no avail. Now we see the wave of Islamists hitting europe and townhall reports in … Continue reading The Unexpectedly Chronicles: Here comes Sweden

Pusillanimous presidency: Obama’s “red line” in Syria spills into Europe

By John Ruberry The clearest example of President Obama's pusillanimous presidency is his approach to the continuing crisis in Syria. Three years ago Obama warned Syria's dictator, Bashar al-Assad, that if chemical weapons were used by the brute's forces in his nation's civil war, it would cross "a red line." Assad's thugs responded by using chemical … Continue reading Pusillanimous presidency: Obama’s “red line” in Syria spills into Europe

How to convert Modern Art from Junk into something actually meaningful

Caecilius: Modern art. Out of the way, that's it. Oh, Rombus, I'm a little bit peckish. Get me some ants in honey, there's a good lad. Ooo, maybe a dormouse? What do you think? Metella: You call it modern art, I call it a blooming great waste of space. Doctor Who: The Fires of Pompeii … Continue reading How to convert Modern Art from Junk into something actually meaningful

Jew Hatred in France actually getting worse

A year ago we saw this story from paris I'm in Paris. I had seen these videos where you shout "Death to the Jews" in the streets of Paris. But the truth is that with a video, we not went well even when that reality. So when I came completely by chance, Republic Square in … Continue reading Jew Hatred in France actually getting worse

Europe is right and Obama is wrong: Top-down government belongs in the past

By John Ruberry "This is the issue of this election: Whether we believe in our capacity for self-government or whether we abandon the American revolution and confess that a little intellectual elite in a far-distant capitol can plan our lives for us better than we can plan them ourselves." Ronald Reagan, A Time for Choosing, 1964. … Continue reading Europe is right and Obama is wrong: Top-down government belongs in the past

History is a Funny Thing

by baldilocks In the wake of the thirteenth anniversary of the Islamic attacks of 9/11, I found myself revisiting the stand at the Gates of Vienna. I had already known about the Battle of Vienna, but, in the past, I had glossed over the specifics—the pertinent dates of the stand, September 11-12, 1683, and the … Continue reading History is a Funny Thing

The New Europe for Jews in just a few words

There is a lot of talk about how things have changed for Jews in Europe and plenty of belittling of it, but for all of our friends on the left who doubt this I will refer you to this English language piece from the local Sweden. We don't need the whole article, about the reporter … Continue reading The New Europe for Jews in just a few words

An Electoral Earthquake Across the Pond

Michael Corleone: Your enemies always get strong on what you leave behind. Godfather III 1990 One of the things social conservatives are told in the US by the GOP establishment is we have to give up on social issues, on Gay Marriage, on Immigration and on Guns if we are to have any chance to … Continue reading An Electoral Earthquake Across the Pond

True colors of hollow legions

‘We have tried war – but the use of purely economic power is far more effective.’ The Collector to the 4th Doctor Dr. Who the Sunmakers   One of the things I've always thought about the EU was the irony of a power structure with the French and Germans running Europe via the European Union … Continue reading True colors of hollow legions

Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s Nomad: Amazon Review

My review of the Ayaan Hirsi Ali's new book Nomad: From Islam to America: A Personal Journey Through the Clash of Civilizations is available here. This book is one of the most conservative books I've read. If you take a look at the some of the cultural practices described in the book you almost understand … Continue reading Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s Nomad: Amazon Review

This is the reason why Barney Frank keeps getting elected…

...he is capable of making an interesting argument and is not afraid of making them. Today on Morning Joe he has teamed with Ron Paul and now Pat Buchanan and is making the argument on base cutbacks in Europe and elsewhere. The question he and Ron Paul (and now Pat) make is an interesting one: … Continue reading This is the reason why Barney Frank keeps getting elected…

When you don’t assimilate people…

...and pretend that nothing is wrong thinks like this happen: But Medina, whose real name is Andrea Fuentealba Valbak, didn’t get to sing more than a few notes before a hail of eggs began to rain down upon the stage. The perpetrators, reports tabloid B.T., were a gang of between 10 and 20 youngsters between … Continue reading When you don’t assimilate people…