EuropeNews 28 November 2011
EuropeNews has now reached 50.000 posts, marking more than four years of uninterrupted service in basically the same form as we started
The fundamental aim of EuropeNews remains the same as well, namely providing a compact overview of news that matter. Also unchanged is our slogan:
"No Tolerance for Intolerance – No Apology for Being Free”.
The Paradox of Tolerance
The first part of our slogan derives from the Paradox of Tolerance, that a person or a group taking pride in his supreme tolerance might in fact be profoundly intolerant, not least against those he judges to be "intolerant”, be it in the form of "bigoted”, "discriminating” or even "racist”. The classical notion that discriminating is wisdom and a virtue, not a sin, seems all but forgotten.
Gates of Vienna 28 November 2011
By Freya Klier
"Is there a right-radical program? Those who are pursuing one today are the extreme Left.”
The following article from Die Welt is a left-wing perspective on a historical fact that has been swept under the rug: the remnants of National Socialist ideology were kept alive by Communists and Socialists in postwar Europe.
British Freedom 28 November 2011
By Paul Weston
The increasingly dictatorial behaviour of the unelected EU Commissioners rather proves the point made by Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky, who way back in 2006 stated that the political structure of the European Union was similar to that of the Supreme Soviet and the Politburo, and that the similarity was intentional.
The Brussels Journal 28 November 2011
By Peter Carl
In this, his second in his series of six essays, Peter Carl looks into some research that suggests why continued "Left”/”Right” polemical infighting is highly unlikely to create greater acceptance or success for the Counter-Jihad Movement. Instead, he argues, it is far more likely to contribute to greater damage and increased resistance to the Movement in an ever worsening future.
Winds of Jihad 28 November 2011
Here is a video that not only shows Paul Weston’s values and views, but exposes the leftist bias in UK media. Paul makes short work of him though. This party looks like it might actually be able to represent British values, history and traditions and be a viable opponent to Islam in the UK. Let’s watch and see. If they enjoy some success, then maybe a similar party can work in the rest of the Commonwealth nations.
The Terror Finance Blog 28 November 2011
By Rachel Ehrenfeld & K.D.M. Jensen
The past few days have seen yet another round in the "last straw" dithering about Iran. This time the huffing seems heavier. The IAEA has suddenly woken up and finds that Stuxnet wasn't much of a setback to the Iranian nuclear program, and it is finally prepared to recognize Ahmadinejad’s weaponization effort.
The EDL has stated that it fully endorses 'The British Freedom Party' The following quote is from 'English Defence League EDL' : Tommy has no intentions of leaving the EDL not now or in the future, he has stated he would work with the British Freedom Party and that he has been offered a place on their committee.