• THE STAR’S THE GUITAR

    MICHAEL WALSH EXCLUSIVE There is nothing in music that evokes the Spanish experience as does Richard Harvey’s melody Concerto Antico, especially when played by John Williams, the internationally acclaimed Australian guitarist.

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  • CARVE HER NAME WITH LIES

    There was much Allied concern at the lack of popular resistance to the German Occupation in the Low Countries and France. Michael Walsh, left-leaning mother worked in Belgium during the 1970s. The columnist smiles as he recounts his mother’s story.

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  • A Tragic Story of What Happened to Women After D-Day

    They called it the épuration sauvage, the wild purge, because it was spontaneous and unofficial. But, yes, it was savage, too. In the weeks and months following the D-Day landings of June 6, 1944, Allied troops and the resistance swept across France liberating towns and villages, and unleashing a flood of collective euphoria, relief and hope. And then the punishments began.

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  • YOU WOULDN’T LISTEN SAYS SWEDEN

    With much of Europe struggling to contain a second wave of coronavirus cold-like infections, a Danish professor has claimed that the pandemic ‘may be finished’ in Sweden, thanks to herd immunity. This means also that if there are waves they will be very minor and not impact on society.

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  • EUROPE’S MISTER 10 PERCENT PRIME MINISTER

    The credit-worthiness of Irish Prime Minister leaves much to be desired. For a start, his father is a Bombay-born Indian and it doesn’t get any better. Leo Varadkar is the first gay premier in Irish history to admit that he is a shirt-lifter. It gets even worse, with just a 10 per cent approval rating Leo Varadkar is likely the most disgusting prime minister in the splintering European Union.

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  • HORSEBACK AUSSIE COPS HUNT COVID PROTESTORS

    A protest against controversial lockdown measures in the Australian city of Melbourne descended into chaos on Saturday as police on horseback chased after demonstrators, arresting 16 and fining over 20 others. It is timely to recall that the spineless anti-White police service take the knee when confronted by BLM protestors.

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  • THE DEATH OF JOURNALISM

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is facing up to 175 years in prison in the US under the Espionage Act for his publication of leaked classified documents exposing alleged US war crimes during its Iraq and Afghanistan operations. The journalist is currently trying to fight extradition to the US, where many say he will not receive a ‘fair trial’.

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  • HOW THE BALTIC PEOPLES LEAVE THEIR MARK

    MICHAEL WALSH EXCLUSIVE On learning that the pioneering programmers of what we know as Skype were Estonian my curiosity led me to ponder if there was any such person as a famous person from the Baltic States.

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  • TRY RUSSIAN VACCINE ROULETTE

    About one in seven volunteers formerly healthy volunteers who received a ground-breaking Russian coronavirus vaccine have complained of side effects such as muscle pain, weakness, and fever, according to the country’s Minister for Health Mikhail Murashko.

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  • Church and Religious Monument Vandalism (Suspected and Confirmed)

    Boston police are investigating after a statue of the Virgin Mary was apparently set on fire outside of a church in the city’s Dorchester neighborhood.

    Police responded to a reported fire outside of St. Peter Parish on Bowdoin Street around 10 p.m. Saturday, where they found the burned statue.

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A Tragic Story of What Happened to Women After D-Day

They called it the épuration sauvage, the wild purge, because it was spontaneous and unofficial. But, yes, it was savage, too. In the weeks and months following the D-Day landings of June 6, 1944, Allied troops and the resistance swept across France liberating towns and villages, and unleashing a flood of collective euphoria, relief and hope. And then the punishments began.

Read more

EUROPE’S MISTER 10 PERCENT PRIME MINISTER

The credit-worthiness of Irish Prime Minister leaves much to be desired. For a start, his father is a Bombay-born Indian and it doesn’t get any better. Leo Varadkar is the first gay premier in Irish history to admit that he is a shirt-lifter. It gets even worse, with just a 10 per cent approval rating Leo Varadkar is likely the most disgusting prime minister in the splintering European Union.

Read more

HORSEBACK AUSSIE COPS HUNT COVID PROTESTORS

A protest against controversial lockdown measures in the Australian city of Melbourne descended into chaos on Saturday as police on horseback chased after demonstrators, arresting 16 and fining over 20 others. It is timely to recall that the spineless anti-White police service take the knee when confronted by BLM protestors.

Read more

THE DEATH OF JOURNALISM

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is facing up to 175 years in prison in the US under the Espionage Act for his publication of leaked classified documents exposing alleged US war crimes during its Iraq and Afghanistan operations. The journalist is currently trying to fight extradition to the US, where many say he will not receive a ‘fair trial’.

Read more
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