How populism went mainstream in Denmark

May 22, 2020 by

by Douglas Murray, UnHerd: Across Europe, political parties once deemed to be on the far-Right have made huge electoral breakthroughs by moderating their positions and coming in from the cold. They have been able to do this because of the unwillingness of mainstream politicians to address one of the most important issues facing the continent – immigration — coupled with media’s tendency to cast dissenting opinion as extreme. The story does vary from one country to another, and, just as...

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Migrants and the suicide of Sweden

Mar 12, 2020 by

by Dr Campbell Campbell-Jack, The Conservative Woman: DISRUPTIVE neighbours cause real distress as they generously share their problems with all surrounding them. As with streets, so with nations. Greece has a delinquent neighbour, Turkey, which wishes to share its problems with all of Europe. Europe has no need to look to Asia for problem neighbours: we have enough of the home-grown variety. The Scandinavian countries are increasingly looking on Sweden as the delinquent in their...

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Is This How The West Ends?

Mar 10, 2020 by

By Patrick J. Buchanan, The Imaginative Conservative: Now the peoples of the new nations, dissatisfied with what their liberated lands and rulers have produced, have decided to come to Europe to enjoy in the West what they cannot replicate at home. And liberalism, the ideology of Western suicide, dictates to Europe that it take them in — for decades to come. “Fortress Europe is an illusion.” So declares the Financial Times in the closing line of its Saturday editorial: “Europe Cannot Ignore...

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“If you go ‘transgender rights are our big thing’, you are going to lose that culture war”

Feb 24, 2020 by

by Paul Goodman, Conservative Home: Over in the United States, in the competiton for the Democrats’ presidential candidate nomination, Bernie Sanders has suggested that illegal immigrants should have the same rights to welfare as American citizens. “All of our people – when I say all I also mean the undocumented in this country – all of our people are entitled to basic human rights,” he told a campaign rally.  This is part of what he calls “rethinking America”. Sanders thus offers a context in...

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The Terrorists Migrating into Europe

Feb 15, 2020 by

by Judith Bergman, Gatestone Institute: A new report, “What Terrorist Migration Over European Borders Can Teach About American Border Security”, by Todd Bensman, a senior national security fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies, describes the extent to which terrorists disguised as migrants have entered the European Union to commit terrorist attacks. Although the study was written primarily for an American audience to prevent the same mistakes from being made on US borders,...

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Pope slammed for Promoting Open Borders on Christmas Day

Dec 29, 2019 by

by Peter D’Abrosca, The Rundown News: Pope Francis made clear his affirmative position on open borders once again in his annual Christmas Eve address, raising eyebrows within the conservative community. Associated Press reported: The pope also noted migrants forced by injustice “to emigrate in the hope of a secure life.’’ Instead of finding acceptance, Francis said injustice continues along their journey, where they often face abuse, enslavement and torture in “inhumane detention camps″...

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