TIK notes that logistics doomed Barbarossa. However, he fails to note that Nazi semi-socialist price controlled economy doomed the logistics because it prevented the price system from allocating resources efficiently. This would not have been crucial if the greatest capitalist country, USA had not been supplying the Soviets. See also Antony Sutton.
An Exlusive Interview of Tommy Robinson in Finland by Arto Luukkanen about migration, end British culture as we know it and the story behind Tommy Robinson and his fame and controversy when it comes to free speech and his imprisonment in 2018. Tommy Robinson started to organize rallies when he was 21 against […]
On Sunday 24.2.2019 at the invitation of the Swedish Populist party, the chairman of the Finnish Nation First -party (FNF), Marco de Wit spoke at the Yellow Vest-demonstration in Stockholm. Antifa did not like that at all. Antifa uses a lot of time to oppose both the Populist Party and the FNF. […]
For the 3rd year in a row Estonia’s largest nationalist youth movement Blue Awakening will be holding an international conference where various nationalist thinkers and politicians from Europe and the US will be present. Balazs Szabo, Hungary 1:25:00 Tomas Skorupskis, Lithuania 2:15:00 Frodi Midjord, Sweden Fedor Stomakhin, Estonia […]
Daniel McAdams from the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity via LewRockwell.com: I am on RT’s Watching the Hawks discussing the unraveling of the kookiest conspiracy theory of our times. But what of the damage it has done to our society?
Ramzpaul: Roosh is one of the most famous, and controversial, relationship advice authors in the world today. Roosh’s most recent books include “Game” (seduction advice for men) and “Lady” (advice to women as to how to find the man of her dreams.)
The first Senate bill of the year has taken on those who seek to boycott Israel over its treatment of Palestinians. In a complicated maneuver, the Senate has voted to allow states to boycott the boycotters. Is it a free speech/First Amendment issue? Supporters of the bill say no. Many civil libertarians disagree. […]