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The US desperately needs a new Secretary of State

The ignorant warmonger masquerading as an American Secretary of State should be arrested for his impersonation of an American government official.

The return of Great Times

Russian political philosopher Alexander Dugin responds to an article in a leading Washington rag.

Orban and the EPP: A conservative family drama

The relationship between the German dominated European People’s Party and the Hungarian Fidesz couldn’t be worse. Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats go berserk against Viktor Orban’s party. But Fidesz’s suspension from the EPP could be the beginning of the end of the huge European conservative alliance – and the creation of something new.

The geopolitical future of Nordic countries

Between unity and disunity, independence and foreign interference: Nordic countries have to either choose between creating an independent neutral block in the North, or seeing the region being divided between the great powers.

Guillaume Faye: the Sartre of the Right

One of the leading intellectuals of the French 'New Right' who later developed his own ideas around the fate of the West has just died. Dan Roodt looks at the man and his ideas, comparing him to Jean-Paul Sartre on the Left.

South Africa’s corruption crisis and the European Left

With South Africa shell-shocked by the scale of government corruption being revealed in the media, Western embassies in Pretoria have been grovelling before their protégé, the ANC. The European Left will not criticise the country's slide into failed-state status.

It’s Not ‘Identity Politics,’ It’s Anti-White Politics

Every time a manifestly racist, anti-white event goes down, which is frequently, conservative media call it “identity politics.” “The left is playing identity politics.”

Microsoft workers protest war profiteering

A global coalition of employees of the Microsoft Corporation is demanding that a contract for work with the US Army be dropped.

Will no one stop American gangsterism?

Covington kid: hated for the color of his skin

Ilana Mercer asks why Nick Sandmann, the Catholic boy who stared down an Amerindian activist with a wry smile, was so vilified by the media and their pundits.