Merkel: Europe in ‘toughest hour since WW2’

From American Thinker.Com November 14, 2011 Rick Moran The German Chancellor may be engaging in hyperbole. After all, there was hardly a stick or a stone left standing in much of Europe by 1945 and it took 20 years for the continent's economies to recover fully. But make no mistake. If the euro can't be saved - if the entire "european project" is at risk of collapsing - the economic consequences might plunge the entire world into Continue Reading

European ‘No-Go’ Zones for Non-Muslims Proliferating

From Hudson-NY.Org Islamic extremists are stepping up the creation of "no-go" areas in European cities that are off-limits to non-Muslims. Many of the "no-go" zones function as microstates governed by Islamic Sharia law. Host-country authorities effectively have lost control in these areas and in many instances are unable to provide even basic public aid such as police, fire fighting and ambulance services. The "no-go" areas are the Continue Reading

Down To The Wire?

From American Thinker.Com June 27, 2011 Hugh de Payns Already aging, Europe is making its problems worse by reducing opportunities for its younger generation.  In fact, the demographics in Europe are not encouraging and Mark Steyn wrote about this in his excellent book: America Alone. The Greek bailout is just one chapter in a larger social-economic unwinding that is taking place in Europe. In the near term, we watch Greece as Continue Reading

Prepare for a European Union Divided in Two

From Online WSJ.Com Twenty-seven divided by two equals 17, with 10 left over. That's the new Euromath. Sooner or later, the euro-zone financial crisis will be over. Greek, Irish, Portuguese and probably Spanish creditors will have neatly trimmed hair, the banks will have had to shore up their inadequate capital, German exporters will continue to cash the profits from the euro their southern partners have obligingly weakened, and the Continue Reading

Europe Misses the Tide

From American Thinker.Com March 17, 2011 Europe Misses the Tide This month Europe missed a last opportunity to grow up.  Libya was about as good a case as we will ever see of a hated little Generalissimo right under the soft underbelly of Europe, ready to be pushed out in favor of a better, if not perfect regime.  Muammar Kaddafi only abandoned his nuclear program when Bush invaded Iraq, fearful of a self-confident America that Continue Reading

The United Caliphate States of Europe

From American Thinker.Com February 25, 2011 The United Caliphate States of Europe By Samuel J. Mikolaski Increasingly, the leaders of Western Europe are recognizing the failure of multiculturalism. Whether they will do anything about the problem remains to be seen. How did Europe come to this pass? I speak as one born in the Balkans but raised in Canada, where I was, thankfully, assimilated to democratic, Anglophone culture. The Continue Reading

Europe Dumps the Multicult

From American Thinker.Com February 17, 2011 Europe Dumps the Multicult By James Lewis Don't look now, but the cult of multiculturalism is finally crumbling into the vast dustbin of history. Multiculturalism is the left-wing fantasy that all cultures are equal, no matter how many millions of poor people are deliberately starved, mutilated, tortured or butchered by the Sudanese fascisti. The cult of multiculturalism is the feverish Continue Reading

Europe’s Multiculturalism Leading to Civil War?

From CBN.Com In a northern district of Paris, a brave shopkeeper named Marie-Neige Sardin guards her newsstand like a military fort. As a white woman, she is a minority in the mostly Arab-speaking Muslim area. Sardin has been the victim of dozens of crime -- raped, robbed, and having acid thrown at her, as other residents try to get her to leave. Still, Sardin -- the daughter of a French soldier -- calls her little shop "a piece of Continue Reading

Welcome to the future of Europe

From Israel National News.Com Go to any children’s store in Amsterdam or Milan or Marseilles or Stockholm. Look at the Muslim women in headscarves. Welcome to the future of Europe. The global number of Muslims is expected to jump 35 percent in the next 20 years, growing twice as fast as the non-Muslim population, according to the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, which published projections for growth in the Muslim population Continue Reading

Europe’s Growing Muslim Lobby

From Hudson-NY.Org Europeans often fantasize about America's so-called Jewish lobby, which they claim has a chokehold over American finance, media and politics and is responsible for all manner of conspiratorial evil. But few Europeans like to talk about the growing influence of Europe's Muslim lobby, a conglomeration of hundreds of Muslim political and religious organizations -- many of which are media-savvy mouthpieces for militant Islam Continue Reading