Tag: Refugee Crisis

Europe’s dystopian present — and why, because I’m helpless to stop it, Schadenfreude overwhelms me

Beginning on September 11, 2001, and with increasing speed since January 2009, I’ve had a very strong sense that the world — not just America, but the whole world — is unraveling. At home, venerable and often cherished institutions and ideas are falling into disrepair or being perverted beyond all

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A few thoughts about the dangerous influx of Muslim “refugees” into Europe

In no particular order, my thoughts about the mass Muslim invasion of Europe: The poster to the left implies that Muslim countries are heartless, which they are. But they’re also pragmatic. They’re refusing to accept those so-called “refugees” because they understand that there are terrorists embedded within them. The “refugees”

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