Are we the last generation to be able to enjoy an authentic Oktoberfest in Munich (Munchen), or the bustling club scene in Berlin, or view the tallest cathedral in the world in Ulm? The recent influx of refugees from the middle east (1 in 6 people in Germany are now an immigrant) has mixed with […]
You think France MIGHT start getting it after the attacks in Nice, Paris, and on the offices of Charlie Hebdo, but apparently not
Express UK reports:
The French government has urged citizens to welcome refugees into their homes because the country’s migrant centres are so crowded.
There are currently 147 reception centres across France, but these are in massive demand as desperate refugees continue to flee the Middle East.
“If things work out, the migrant will remain in the person’s home for a minimum of two weeks, and for up to nine months.”
Sara Noble lays out what should be obvious to anyone but a Leftist
The government has opened their borders instead of implementing an orderly and well-managed immigration process. Their failure is now the peoples’ problem. That is what happens in a failed government.
It’s where we are headed with an open borders policy.
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A 27-year-old man has died after carrying out the attack (Picture: RTS Info)A man who carried out a stabbing and arson attack on a Swiss train, killing one and injuring five others, has died in hospital, police said on Sunday. ‘The accused 27-year-old Swiss man has died of his injuries,’ police from Switzerland’s eastern Saint…
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Olivia Pierson’s Western Values Defended: A Primer, is just what its title says it is, a primer for those unread in what those values are that need to be upheld and defended. It is a short book, just a general survey of the Western values that are rooted in ancient Greece but which came to fruition in the Age of Reason and the Enlightenment. It is only 71 pages long, but it is loaded with ideas which most people are not familiar with.
An Amazon review best describes Pierson’s opus: “Olivia Pierson is the author of ToLove Wisdom – Gateway to the Heroic for the Young – is an introduction to philosophy for young people aged 10-13 and Western Values Defended: A Primer – a punchy and relevant overview of the greatest gems of Western civilization, and how they came to define the daily…
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During WWI, the Choctaw language had been used to transmit U.S. military messages. With this thought in mind, Philip Johnston, the son of a missionary grew up on a Navajo reservation and spoke the Diné tongue fluently, brought the suggestion of a similar code to General Clayton Vogel early in 1942. The Diné language has no alphabet, uses no symbols and one sound may hold an entire concept. The idea was tested and proved to be faster and more reliable than the mechanized methods. The language has more verbs than nouns, that helps to move the sentences along and makes it far more difficult for outsiders to learn – making it the most ingenious and successful code in military history.
The original class, the 382d Platoon, Navajo Communication Specialists, USMC, developed their code at Camp Pendleton. Once a unit of code talkers were trained, they were…
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