Stealing from the Saracens: The Hidden Islamic Origins of Western Architecture
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Stealing from the Saracens: The Hidden Islamic Origins of Western Architecture

Islamic influence on European cultural heritage is a thorny topic. Christian bigotry, the preference by academics for Western sources, and most recently Islamophobia, have all played a part in obscuring its role.  And so, it comes as something of a surprise, perhaps, to learn that Turks in Elizabethan London worked as tailors, cobblers, button-makers and…

Review: Circle In The Darkness: Memoirs of a World Watcher
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Review: Circle In The Darkness: Memoirs of a World Watcher

Diana Johnstone has written a compelling and insightful book. It is mostly a review and analysis of significant events from the past 55 years. It concludes with her assessment of different trends that are being debated on the Left today including “identity politics”, Antifa and censorship. This is a book to be read, enjoyed and…

The Power Elite Has Always Run America. The Super Rich Bundled into the “Deep State”
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The Power Elite Has Always Run America. The Super Rich Bundled into the “Deep State”

Sociologist C. Wright Mills wrote a book in 1956 that (sadly) still resonates today. In his book ‘The Power Elite’ Mills focused on groups and individuals who help to control this Republic for countless generations: the “Metropolitan 400”: members of historically notable local families in the principal American cities, generally represented on the Social Register…

The Muslim Holocaust
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The Muslim Holocaust

Holocaust is a word that Zionist propagandists have reserved for Jewish experience. However, in a new book, US-Imposed Post-9/11 Muslim Holocaust & Muslim Genocide (Korsgaard Publishing, 2020), Dr. Gideon Polya documents that three to four times more Muslims have been killed by Washington’s 21st century wars than there are Jews in Israel. Polya concludes that…

Afghanistan, Garden of Empire: America’s Multibillion Dollar Opium Harvest
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Afghanistan, Garden of Empire: America’s Multibillion Dollar Opium Harvest

By resolution 42/112 of 7 December 1987, the UN General Assembly decided to observe 26 June as the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking as an expression of its determination to strengthen action and cooperation to achieve the goal of an international society free of drug abuse. The UN General Assembly is committed to developing…