Water, Fire, and Flower

I am taking a deep interest in the Polish question and I think the reader should too. It is quite true that for many religious, historical, ethnic, and geographical reasons Poland of itself merits special respect and affection from all … Continue reading

Three Faces of the Revolution

As we have demonstrated so many times, the Protestant Revolt of the sixteenth century, the French Revolution, and the Communist Revolution constitute the three phases of the same immense movement, united in spirit, objectives and even methods. By analyzing the … Continue reading

Castroism without Castro

The Havana Archdiocesan Magazine Comes All Out in Defense of Castro In its magazine Espacio Laical (No. 230, May 2013), the Archdiocese of Havana has come out stronger than ever in defense of the Cuban regime and its nefarious Communist … Continue reading

South of the Border A Mexican Taliban on the Move

Latin American revolutions are often bloody affairs. Images of Che Guevara-type guerrillas backed by Soviet military hardware and overthrowing corrupt regimes are the stuff of outdated and maudlin Marxist mythology. Such images are old hat. South of the border, something … Continue reading

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