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The Imminent Collapse of Cultural Marxism

The Imminent Collapse of Cultural Marxism, by Gregory Slysz The dreadful damage inflicted on Western societies by Cultural Marxism, popularly known as Political Correctness (PC), has attracted much conservative commentary, most of which focuses on the imminent death of all … Continue reading

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Contextualising a Queen Regnant

Contextualising a Queen Regnant Stoddard Martin reviews a revisionist take on Mary Tudor The standard narrative of English history of the 15th century is of squalor bookended by brief-ish reigns of two great kings, Henry V and VII. Shakespeare promulgated … Continue reading

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Hold the Heart

 Hold the Heart Gregory Slysz considers the causes of Russo-Western antagonism Introduction ‘The direct consequences of a war with Russia,’ wrote the British weekly The Economist, ‘we look upon with no apprehension, at least under existing circumstances. It may be … Continue reading

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Russia – the un-Bearable rightness of being

Russia – the un-Bearable rightness of being GREGORY SLYSZ asks what the war in Syria, the coup d’état in Ukraine and the Sochi Olympic Games have in common The current level of Russophobia among Western governments and media has strong … Continue reading

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Why the quest to establish a European “national” identity will fail – guest article by Gregory Slysz

Why the quest to establish a Euro-wide “national” identity will fail Guest article by GREGORY SLYSZ On 12 September 2012, in a speech to the European Parliament, the current President of the EU Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, a former Maoist … Continue reading

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