Why Scottish Independence is a Good Thing: Part 1

How should someone concerned about the Genocide of the European Peoples respond to the question of Scottish independence? I have seen a range of views expressed, including many from those who see the world broadly as I do yet oppose Scottish independence because they view it as furthering the EU agenda of disempowering “nation states” and moving towards a Europe of regions presided over by … Continue reading Why Scottish Independence is a Good Thing: Part 1

Staggering Jewish hypocrisy once again evident in response to Euro elections

The staggering hypocrisy of Jews is once again evident in their response to the recent European elections. Note these statements from the Israeli foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman. In wake of EU elections, FM says Israel will not recognize political blocs with “neo-Nazi, racist character.” Former foreign minister Avigdor Liberman at press conference, March 18, 2013 Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman urged Europe’s rising right-wing parties on … Continue reading Staggering Jewish hypocrisy once again evident in response to Euro elections

Crimea: Jews come out against nationalism

In the Crimea, it seems the Jews are opposing the forces of nationalism – that is the majority Russians seeking to reunite with their own kind by doing away with the artificial borders that have been imposed on them. Jews oppose the nationalist instinct everywhere except Israel, and then they wonder why there is so much “irrational” antipathy to them.  The Ukrainian Jewish community has … Continue reading Crimea: Jews come out against nationalism

Crimea: the Russians are right

The Crimea crisis is yet another illustration of what is probably the single most important lesson human beings could learn from their own history: when different peoples live in the same land, under the same government, bad things happen. In other words, nationalism constitutes the best organising principle for the world. When the principle of nationalism is violated, trouble begins. History is largely the chronicle … Continue reading Crimea: the Russians are right