Presidential candidate François Asselineau of the Popular Republican Union (UPR), the fastest growing grass-roots political movement in France, has unequivocally condemned the US bombing of a Syrian Airbase last week. He has called President Trump, ” the American Tsipras.”Read More »
As the US and EU disintegrate, is it time for a French renaissance?
Things were looking good for days. President Donald Trump had reportedly sent US senator Tulsi Gabbard on a fact-finding mission in Syria and wanted to know if President Assad would cooperate with the US in defeating ISIS. Assad was willing to cooperate with the new American president. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s recent statement in Ankara that the US had renounced its desire to remove Assad seemed to mark a major policy shift in the right direction. French presidential favourite Marine Le Pen was unequivocal in her desire to work with the Syrian government to defeat Takfiri terrorism. France’s …Read More »
Is Trump Killing Israel With Kindness?
We wrote a few months ago that the only good thing one could say about Trump was that he was unpredictable. Just a month in the Oval Office, President Trump is living up to his reputation. His meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the 16th of February was not particularly well received in Israel. In contrast to President Obama, Trump’s body language and rhetoric strongly suggested he, and not Netanyahu, was in charge. Trump was questioned about recent accusations that he was a ‘holocaust denier’. The American president imperiously ignored the question. Then, he dropped a bomb: The …Read More »
Trump and the question of Fascism
European elites are not happy with the victory of Donald Trump. Smug university ‘leftists’ are just as unhappy. The French fake leftist newspaper Libération called President-Elect Trump ‘American psycho’. They are horribly upset that political correctness may now be over.Read More »
Trumping the New World Order
The Trump victory is a blow to liberalism, political correctness and human rights ideology. It is a revolt, albeit limited, against globalisation and therefore a momentary victory for truly progressive forces.Read More »
Trump or Clinton? The best choice for American workers
I said some time ago that Donald Trump was the only candidate in the US presidential elections one could support. He represents to a considerable extent the interests of the national bourgeoisie and the national bourgeoisie needs a strong manufacturing base and relies heavily upon co-opting the working class. The national bourgeoisie see that there is no future in laissez-faire capitalism. In America they can see that if they do not resurrect American manufacturing, China will overtake the United States as global hegemon. Forget all that claptrap about Trump’s supposed ‘racism’. Hillary Clinton is the racist. She is the demon …Read More »