Posts Tagged ‘ Greece ’

The Demise Of The European Project

With Marine Le Pen’s formal declaration, it’s fitting that we reflect upon how Europe arrived at this point.
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EgyptAir Flight 804

EgyptAir Flight 804

Update: Human remains found.  Quelle Surprise!  What we know about Flight 804, courtesy of The Takeaway.  Some interesting possibilities explored by John Batchelor.  More details about the moments preceding Flight 804’s crash. 
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Islam’s Day Of Rage

Islam’s Day Of Rage

It seems like the world’s most peaceful religion just can’t keep itself out of the headlines these days. On the heels of repeated attempts to assassinate artists and writers, the foot soldiers of Allah meticulously murdered over 60 infidels yesterday in a spate of terror that stretched from Kuwait to France. Although the attack...
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Seavey/Perry Episode 2: Rise Of A Podcast

In which we discuss Zack Snyder’s latest, liberal interpretation of the second Persian invasion of Greece, the pre-Islamic cultural history of Persia, Dear Reader, Michael Malice’s unauthorized autobiography of Kim Jong-il, the fickle nature of social media, and, naturally, comic books!  Enjoy.
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Drowned Hopes

Drowned Hopes

Yet another horrific shipwreck has occurred off the coast of the Mediterranean island of Lampedusa, which has become ground zero in the ongoing invasion of Europe by refugees from North Africa and the Middle East. You can view the harrowing rescue of some survivors here. The human tragedy-experienced both by the foreigners surging over the...
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Philadelphia Phreedom (Part II)

Philadelphia Phreedom (Part II)

That is a photograph of the very demonstrative State Senator Mike Doherty, whose address to the Paul faithful was interrupted by the man everyone had come to Philadelphia to see, accompanied-as always-by his charming wife, Carol. Senator Doherty was the penultimate speaker in a stable of high profile Paul supporters who took the stage across...
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Multiculturalism Revisited

Multiculturalism Revisited

The debt crisis currently afflicting the developed world, particularly Western European nations like Greece and Italy, has been the top news story for much of this year. However, even as we debate whether Greece should remain part of the European Union, or whether Silvio Berlusconi should be forced to resign, you might recall that just...
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Arab Spring; European Winter

Arab Spring; European Winter

From the invaluable European weblog The Gates of Vienna comes a deeply disturbing video that highlights the extent of illegal migration currently afflicting the continent, especially now that the ‘Arab Spring’ has loosened border controls throughout North Africa and the Middle East.
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Git-R-Done!

Git-R-Done!

It turns out that the U.S. is not the only country worried about the lax security and enforcement mechanisms at its borders. Like dozens of other nation-states and regional entities both in Europe and elsewhere, the Greek government has now realized that having an unprotected border can endanger its citizens, and would-be migrants, in manifold ways.
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