Anti-terrorism preventative unit faces backlash after ludicrous categorization of Christian and conservative classics.
The actual number of ‘transgender’ people in many large EU countries is infinitesimally small; yet lobby groups bring about vast legal changes.
The Russian cybercrime syndicate appeared to have ties to Evil Corp, the largest cybercrime organization in the world.
The worst train disaster in Greek history has already claimed at least 57 lives and painfully underscores the deterioration of the nation’s rail system.
Engels invites us to free ourselves from the belief that the “nation state offers the answer to all our existential and identity problems” and proposed a “pan-European conservative front.”
The latest Vanity Fair photo shoot points to the darker occult roots of the entertainment industry.
The self-appointed economic ‘apostles’ preach equality, yet practice immoral indulgences during their visit to Davos.
The well-organised financial network behind the seemingly haphazard and sporadic activism is shocking even to politicians.
The Three Kings represent the truth-seekers of the earth, the rulers of the ‘pagan’ realm, the lands which had not yet seen God but were nonetheless expecting the coming of the Lord.
The birth of Jesus Christ has nothing to do with the Christian adoption of a pagan festival.
We possess a blindness that impedes our ability to see ourselves as God sees us. To break through this dilemma, we must faithfully seek out what lies just beyond our vista.
In this episode of our ‘Occasional Dialogues’ series, Jan Bentz interviews Beatrix von Storch about the AfD, political turbulence in Germany, and conservatism in Europe.