Letters on a Marxist Peace

Over the past several months, tensions have reached a boiling point on the streets of the United States — and,…

The Conversion of Hagia Sophia

In early July, Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan announced that on July 24 — the day marking the fourth anniversary the pseudo-coup attempt in 2016 (which many hold he staged in order to crack down on pro-democracy activists) — the Church of Hagia Sophia (or Holy Wisdom) would once again become a mosque.

Is Communism ‘Cool’?

Humberto Fontova was born in Havana, Cuba, in 1954 and escaped Castro’s revolution with his family in 1961. Fontova’s politically themed books include Fidel: Hollywood’s Favorite Tyrant (2005), Exposing the Real Che Guevara and the Useful Idiots Who Idolize Him (2007), and The Longest Romance: The Mainstream Media and Fidel Castro (2013). Two of them have been translated and published internationally — and have made Fontova the ‘go-to-guy’ on Cuban affairs.

“Insieme per l’Italia del lavoro”

On Saturday, July 4, leaders and officials of the three main parties of the Italian centre-right gathered in Rome, in…

The Americans’ Independence Day

We begin this brief post with the requisite message of congratulations to our many American friends and supporters. Today is…

Genusdoktrinen (The Gender Doctrine)

Ivar Arpi & Anna Karin Wyndhamn

Stockholm: Fri Tanke, 2020

Good Luck, Comrades!

From an Eastern European perspective, the whole BLM revolution looks very familiar.

Misunderstanding Bannon

It has been nearly three years since Steve Bannon was pushed (or jumped) out of the Trump Administration. Since then,…

The Erosion of Rights Under the UN

There are many today who believe that the United Nations Organization is the pre-eminent global NGO working to protect our rights and well-being. However, this is not the case.

The Trauma of Trianon

On this day, 100 years ago at Versailles, Hungarian officials were forced to sign the Treaty of Trianon, which effectively cut up Hungary. With one document, the country lost two-thirds of its territories and population. As a result of the treaty, more than three million ethnic Hungarians suddenly found themselves on the wrong side of political borders, living as minorities. The treaty has been the source of contentious debates ever since.

Responding to a World in Crisis

We are living through most troubled and troubling times. A virus has been, in some way, unleashed, traveling to all…