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Quiet Voices Crushing “The Dictator’s Club”

Katie Kieffer, “Quiet voices” that became an “earthquake” is how President Trump explains his populist win in America—and today similar voices in France threaten the world’s most potent globalist structure: the United Nations. France is the world’s fifth most popular travel destination and sixth largest economy. Not too shabby for a country roughly the size

Supporting Le Pen’s National Front No Longer Taboo For French Youth

Young voters now proud to “defend France’s values” Just a few years ago, it was hard to find students willing to admit to being National Front cardholders. When a journalist went looking for members of the FNJ youth movement during the last presidential election campaign, most would agree to speak only if their names were

Is Turkey Lost to the West?

Pat Buchanan, Not long ago, a democratizing Turkey, with the second-largest army in NATO, appeared on track to join the European Union. That’s not likely now, or perhaps ever. Last week, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan compared Angela Merkel’s Germany to Hitler’s, said the Netherlands was full of “Nazi remnants” and “fascists,” and suggested the Dutch

French Presidential Elections Unlikely to Launch a Trump-Style Revolution

Rachel Marsden, PARIS — First there was Brexit, then Donald Trump, and now it’s France’s turn to elect National Front leader Marine Le Pen as French president this spring and take France back from establishment elites. That’s the general sentiment expressed by conservatives on this side of the Atlantic. If only it were that simple.

Soros Funds Google to Stop Populist Le Pen

Jerome R. Corsi | Infowars, Google launches “CrossCheck” in France to censor pro-Le Pen news. Though largely not reported by the mainstream media, George Soros has invested in Google as it stepped up its “Fake News” campaign designed to depress the vote of anti-globalist Marine Le Pen, leading candidate of the conservative National Front (FN) party in


Caroline Glick, How Merkel’s mistakes are empowering anti-Semites. Two days before the leaders of European far-right parties met in Koblentz on January 21, one of the leaders of Germany’s far-right AfD party made clear why so many people fear the rise of nationalist forces in Europe. Speaking at a rally in Dresden, Bjorn Hocke, AfD’s