As Mid-terms approach the most pressing issue of our time in North America and the European Peninsula is mass immigration. But House Democrats–office holders, the so-called establishment because they are established–plan to make a great noise about health care and prescription drug costs, infrastructure spending, and charges of Republican corruption. The populist left urges yet another plan equally at odds with reality: mobilize the poor and working classes without respect to race or region against the so-called 1%. Continue reading
The most urgent issue among the Atlantic Basin states of the European Peninsula and North America? Mass immigration. But our elites who observe us from the commanding heights of our post-industrial information-based societies–Universities, NGOs, the executives, top managers, and human resources departments of large corporations, and mass-media and mass-entertainment producers–forbid at risk of relentless public shaming, deplatforming, and loss of livelihood, any talk of it let alone sustained and programmatic deliberation on the issue.
So how are electoral formations–governments, office-holders–reacting to the verdicts of angry electorates? With two methods: Continue reading
U.S. Mid-term elections take place this November. Immigration is the top issue for both centre-left and centre-right, but especially the right and the dissident right of Trump supporter nationalists and civic nationalists. So what is the message that will rescue our troubled republic according to House Democrats? We will reduce prescription drug and healthcare costs, and spend more on bridges and light rail, for the people. Continue reading
Mid-term elections this November in the U.S. The noise from the centre-left office-holders, activists, and the media classes all summer has been Continue reading
Europe is losing its culture because of immigration U.S. President Trump was heard to say on his recent tour of Europe that ended in Helsinki with accusations of “treason” from his cousins, which means peers in high office or with high status, in his troubled republic. For the Atlantic-Basin progressive-consensus this is racism. But is the American President the only figure to embrace this troubling line of thought? Continue reading