Articles and Posts by Srdja Trifkovic:
Democracy: Reflections on the 2012 JRC Meeting(46)
The notion of democracy is founded upon the lie that government is not ultimately personal, that there is no Person to whom “We the People” must answer, and that therefore “We the People” can do whatever they please.
Romney lost because the real America did not trust him to stand up to anti-America. The Republic lost for the same reason the Roman Republic lost the Civil War: it did not have a true champion in the ring.
Dinesh D’Souza: A Charlatan’s Comeuppance(28)
“I had no idea that it is considered wrong in Christian circles to be engaged prior to being divorced,” D’Souza explained . . .
The illusion that on Monday night a vigorous foreign-policy-centered debate took place in Boca Raton is being perpetuated by countless mainstream media outlets from coast to coast.
A Tale of Two Disasters: The Balkans and the Middle East(1)
The Balkans and the Middle East Mirroring Each Other marks the centenary of the First Balkan War and the liberation of Kosovo and Southern Serbia after four centuries of the Ottoman misrule.
Tunisia: The Game Is Not Over(12)
A week-long visit to Tunisia, in the course of which I covered some 2,000 miles by rental car, bus, SUV, and a powered hang glider, has confirmed that of faraway places we often assume to know more than we do. The first country affected by a wave of popular discontent known as the Arab Spring was full of surprises.
Benghazi: The Arab Spring Shows Its Face(32)
U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens was directly involved in helping unleash the monster that destroyed him.
The Disappearing Middle Eastern Christians(29)
The decline of the Christian remnant in the Middle East has been accelerated in recent decades, and accompanied by the indifference of the post-Christian West to its impending demise.
U.S. Commander: Ramadan Fasting Made Them Do It!(14)
Welcome to the Ramadan-Induced Sudden Jihad Syndrome. Presumably next year, the U.S. Army is going to set up counseling centers and group therapy sessions for the Afghan soldiers and policemen who cease to be responsible for their actions due to the “great strain.”
Report From Rome: Berlusconi’s Comeback?(4)
Between a “normal person” like Berlusconi and a faceless chief executive like Monti, Italy is stuck between a rock and a hard place.