Articles and Posts by Srdja Trifkovic:
An Albanian Travelogue(5)
Unlike their political bosses, and unlike their relatives in the self-proclaimed Kosovo to the northeast, most ordinary Albanians in Albania are on the whole law-abiding lot, willing to live by the rules of a well-ordered society. That is and will remain impossible for as long as Berisha remains in power.
The Islamic Republic of Egypt(8)
The most important foreign event in the final days of 2012 was the ramming through of Egypt’s new, Sharia-based constitution by President Mohamed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood allies.
The Plight of Christians in Egypt(10)
The fundamental issue is that in the Muslim world “democratization” means one man-one vote, once, on a one-way street to sharia, and the declining rights for everybody else.
Hillary Clinton’s Arrogant Posturing(8)
Clinton has abused her position in pursuit of a radical ideological outlook formed in the late 1960’s. Her disregard for long-established international norms and mechanisms is as revolutionary on the global scene as Obama’s presidency is domestically.
Israeli Settlements: Trifkovic Interview(5)
Read the transcript from Srdja Trifkovic’s RT Interview, from December 3.
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.