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Eugene Girin


Eugene Girin is a New York-based attorney and commentator.

  • The Wisdom of Old Rabinovich

    By Eugene Girin | April 13, 2015
    Indiana's shameful surrender to the Gay Mafia, Big Business, the Left, and the Commentariat on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act came as no surprise. Indeed, Pat Buchanan's most recent column on the whole sorry debacle contains words that must be memorized by every traditionalist.
  • The Unsinkable Bibi Netanyahu

    By Eugene Girin | March 19, 2015
    The recent Israeli Knesset elections surprised the world by returning Benjamin Netanyahu and his Likud party to power. The resounding win put Netanyahu on the path to becoming the longest serving PM in Israeli history and caused some consternation and disappointment both in the White House and Brussels.
  • Whisk(e)y: An Appreciation

    By Eugene Girin | March 09, 2015
    I used to have a test for when an immigrant is truly Americanized (if such a thing is possible these days): When he starts liking football as much or more than soccer.
  • Fifty Shades of Dreck or Homage to a Psychopath

    By Eugene Girin | February 27, 2015
    The bestselling Fifty Shades trilogy by E.L. James (pen name of British authoress Erika Mitchell), which includes the books Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Shades Darker, and Fifty Shades Free became the latest fad in the shabby genre of lowbrow female fiction.
  • Netanyahu and "European" Antisemitism

    By Eugene Girin | February 19, 2015
    The most recent Muslim terrorist outrage took place in Copenhagen this time. Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein shot up first, a free speech meeting, killing a Danish documentary filmmaker, and moved on to shoot up a synagogue where a bat mitzvah celebration was held, killing a volunteer guard from the local Jewish community before being dispatched by Danish cops.
  • A Valentine's Day Reflection

    By Eugene Girin | February 13, 2015
    A year or so ago, I discovered the work of Czech author Karel Capek who died on the eve of World War II. He was very popular in Eastern Europe and is barely known in the West.
  • Reading The London Spectator in Kishinev

    By Eugene Girin | February 02, 2015
    Back in September 1994, he wrote a small column, "Black Deeds, Black Heroes" for The London Spectator about the recent O. J. Simpson arrest and the racial situation in America.
  • The Brooklyn Museum and the Triumph of Non-Art

    By Eugene Girin | January 27, 2015
    For years, I avoided going into "hip", fashionable museums like the Tate Modern, the MOMA, and the Guggenheim where all this modernist dreck was exhibited and celebrated.
  • What MLK Day Says About Today's America

    By Eugene Girin | January 20, 2015
    Today's America could be described as a country led by a plagiarist, with the help of another plagiarist, which celebrates a holiday in honor of a third plagiarist: Barrack Obama, Joe Biden, and Martin Luther King.
  • Muslim Terrorism in Paris

    By Eugene Girin | January 12, 2015
    Muslim Terrorism in Paris, Michel Houellebecq's Cowardice, and the Islamization of France: An Interview with Russian writer Elena Choudinova, author of The Notre Dame de Paris Mosque. Translated from Russian by Eugene Girin
  • Pope Francis: Man of the Year?

    By Eugene Girin | January 05, 2015
    In the midst of the cold war declared by the NYPD against our ultra-liberal mayor, the hot wars in Ukraine, Syria, and Iraq, I could not help but notice a well-written and hard-hitting piece by traditionalist Catholic attorney Christopher Ferrara for redoubtable Remnant newspaper.
  • Christmas and New Year's With Chronicles

    By Eugene Girin | December 24, 2014
    For the last couple of years, this poor little Jewish boy (to paraphrase Taki) has a tradition. Every Christmas, I like to read a novella or a story (with a glass or two or three of spiced wine) that puts me into the holiday mood.
  • Eric Garner Case: The Score

    By Eugene Girin | December 09, 2014
    Recently, the Big Burrito erupted into protests after Italian-American Police Officer Daniel Pantaleo was cleared by a grand jury of all criminal responsibility in the death of Black man Eric Garner who died after being allegedly held in a banned chokehold by Pantaleo during an attempt to restrain and arrest him.
  • Mi General: Defending Augusto Pinochet at CUNY

    By Eugene Girin | November 04, 2014
    Part of being a paleoconservative is facing down hostile remarks and insults by the usual suspects of the Left and the neocon Right.
  • Witnessing Anarcho-Tyranny

    By Eugene Girin | October 20, 2014
    Nowhere is anarcho-tyranny more evident than in this country's criminal courts. A few weeks ago, I was asked to do the arraignment of an older Central European immigrant. His crime? Burning wood in a metal barrel in his own backyard.
  • NYC: A Second Amendment-Free Zone, Part II

    By Eugene Girin | October 06, 2014
    The passive aggressive bureaucratic roadblocks such as the co-habitant permission requirement, are surely a violation of the Second Amendment, but unsurprisingly, the mayors and the courts upheld them.
  • NYC: A Second Amendment-Free Zone, Part I

    By Eugene Girin | September 29, 2014
    The Big Burrito (formerly known as the Big Bagel) is infamous for its harsh restrictions on legal firearm ownership.
  • Brown Revolution in Ukraine: Klitschko in Berlin

    By Eugene Girin | September 18, 2014
    Vitali Klitschko, former heavyweight boxing champion and one of the Brown Revolution's Terrible Trio (the other two being Arseny "Yats" Yatsenyuk and neo-Nazi former urologist Oleg Tyahnybok) became mayor of Kiev in June in a quiet, almost unnoticed election, that was overshadowed by bloodshed in Novorossiya.
  • Back to School, Back to Hell

    By Eugene Girin | September 11, 2014
    I began my grade school education in the last months of the USSR's existence in September 1991 and finished it towards the end of Dubya's first term. It spanned two countries, one state, and two counties.
  • Confronting Hostage Takers: A Record of Cowardice

    By Eugene Girin | September 05, 2014
    The beheading of American journalist Steven Sotloff by ISIS led to outraged declarations by this country's leaders.
  • How to Deal With Hostage Takers: Soviet Lessons

    By Eugene Girin | September 02, 2014
    The recent videotaped beheadings of American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff by the bloodthirsty savages of ISIS bring to mind a story which took place in Lebanon almost 30 years ago.
  • A Europe of Mohammeds

    By Eugene Girin | August 29, 2014
    According to Norway's The Local English-language news website, Mohammed became the most common male name in Oslo, surpassing Jan and Per, which are in the second and third spots respectively.
  • A Voice from Internal Exile on the Evil Party, the Stupid Party, and the Futility of Elections

    By Eugene Girin | August 27, 2014
    Rabbi Schiller is a staunchly paleoconservative Hassidic rabbi living in internal exile in the manner of Soviet dissidents in upstate New York and teaches at a prestigious private high school in Manhattan.
  • The Madmen of Benghazi

    By Eugene Girin | August 22, 2014
    French author and unabashed rightwinger Gerard De Villiers who passed away last fall at the age of 84 was hardly a household name in this country.
  • Assyrian Genocide: Ongoing and Forgotten

    By Eugene Girin | August 19, 2014
    The recent massacres and expulsions of Iraqi Christians are only the latest chapter in the genocide of the ancient and exclusively Christian Assyrians, a continuation of the bloody campaign that took place in the Ottoman Empire, Persia, and Iraq throughout the 20th Century.
  • Fear and Loathing in Ferguson

    By Eugene Girin | August 15, 2014
    The recent riots in majority-black Ferguson, Missouri have seized the attention of the world. Eighteen-year-old Michael Brown, universally described by the media as an "unarmed Black teenager" was shot and killed by a police officer.
  • Summer Reading, Part III

    By Eugene Girin | August 12, 2014
    The last three summers (2011-2013), I indulged in a genre of books, which my Catholic friends found to be curious.
  • In Nomine Lenin

    By Eugene Girin | August 08, 2014
    This week brought the unpleasant, but not surprising news that Pope Francis reinstated as priest one Miguel D'Escoto Brockmann who served as foreign minister for the Nicaraguan communists (the Sandinistas) from 1979 to 1990, later becoming president of the UN General Assembly.
  • Summer Reading, Part II

    By Eugene Girin | August 05, 2014
    After coming back from magnificent (unless you're talking about the food), yet woefully underrated Prague in late August of 2008, I immediately read Jaroslav Hasek's The Good Soldier Švejk, a satirical novel based on the misadventures of a Falstaffian Czech soldier during World War I.
  • Summer Reading, Part I

    By Eugene Girin | August 01, 2014
    Some people can trace the stages of their life by the liquor they drink or the clothing style they adopt. Being very ecumenical when it comes to liquor, I prefer to trace the events of my life by the books I read. Turns out, almost every summer and every life event was symbolized by a distinct genre of books.
  • The Zoophiles of Gaza

    By Eugene Girin | July 29, 2014
    A video, reportedly shot by an Israeli drone over the war-torn Gaza Strip has been circulating on various social networks. The footage shows several Hamas fighters, decked out in kuffiya headscarves, having sexual intercourse with a goat or a sheep.
  • "French" youths strike again

    By Eugene Girin | July 24, 2014
    Living in Forest Hills, a predominantly Jewish part of Queens (Simon and Garfunkel, the Ramones, and Jerry Seinfeld all grew up here), I have a fairly good sense of the both liberal American and rightwing Soviet Jewish opinion.
  • Rome

    By Eugene Girin | July 22, 2014
    Finally home, albeit without luggage, which is stuck either in Rome, Milan, or somewhere in between.
  • Florence

    By Eugene Girin | July 17, 2014
    We arrived to Florence on early Monday afternoon and stayed till about 12 pm today. The city of Dante was an unforgettable experience, the crowds of Chinese tourists notwithstanding.
  • Bergamo

    By Eugene Girin | July 15, 2014
    On Sunday, we went to Bergamo - north Italy's hidden jewel and one of the prettiest places I have ever been to.
  • Venice

    By Eugene Girin | July 14, 2014
    Saturday, we went on a day trip to Venice (I could hear Andrei Navrozov chuckling all the way from Sicily).
  • Milan, Part II

    By Eugene Girin | July 11, 2014
    Today, was certainly a more relaxed day here in the city of St. Ambrose and Silvio Berlusconi. After getting acquainted with the tram routes (Milan's subways are few and far in between), we got off at the Duomo square.
  • Italy Travelogue, I: Milan

    By Eugene Girin | July 10, 2014
    Arrived today on a direct flight from JFK airport for the first stop in my Italian vacation: Milan.
  • Montenegrin Church Fresco: Tito in Hell

    By Eugene Girin | July 03, 2014
    Recently, the newly built, magnificent-looking Church of the Resurrection in Podgorica, Montenegro came to the world's attention for one of its frescoes. The anonymous painter portrayed Tito in hell, in a sea of fire, right next to Marx and Engels, surrounded by diabolical figures.
  • Why Ann Coulter Is Dead Wrong About Soccer

    By Eugene Girin | July 01, 2014
    Ann Coulter's recent article "America's Favorite National Pastime: Hating Soccer" is an example of that shrill uncouthness that Europeans like to attribute to Americans, an obnoxious boorishness that is typical behavior for those jerks.
  • Aaron Clarey's "Worthless: Exposing the Evil Scam of American Higher Education", Part II

    By Eugene Girin | June 26, 2014
    A glaring omission of "Worthless" is the fact that he never mentions affirmative action, mass immigration, outsourcing and "free" trade - the Four Horseman of America's decline.
  • Aaron Clarey's "Worthless: Exposing the Evil Scam of American Higher Education", Part I

    By Eugene Girin | June 24, 2014
    Aaron Clarey is the enfante terrible of American economists. Describing himself as ?"the only motorcycling, fossil-hunting, tornado chasing, book-writing, ballroom dancing economist in the world", Clarey quickly became known among young people for his politically-incorrect, masculine, libertarian bluntness.
  • World Cup Reflections

    By Eugene Girin | June 20, 2014
    Here in New York City, you do not have even go online or turn on the TV to find out which team won one of the day's three first round matches in the World Cup. You just go out of your apartment and walk a few blocks to the nearest bars and restaurants.
  • Taking Ecumenism Too Far

    By Eugene Girin | June 16, 2014
    Pope Francis' visit to the Holy Land had a few tense moments. First, he prayed at the graffiti-covered separation barrier (nicknamed the "Apartheid Wall" by the Palestinians and their Western leftist supporters) between the Palestinian Authority and Israel. Then, he corrected Bibi Netanyahu about Jesus' native language. Both of these events were widely commented on in the media.
  • Celebrating Soul-Destroyers

    By Eugene Girin | June 12, 2014
    One of my neighborhood newspapers, the Times Ledger recently published an article called "Queens Family Raises Two Transgender Kids". Like tens of thousands of other American couples, "Jeff and Mary" adopted three kids (two boys and a girl) from Russia and Kazakhstan.
  • "Frenchman" Shoots Up Belgian Museum

    By Eugene Girin | June 09, 2014
    At the end of last month, Mehdi Nemmouche (also spelled "Nammouche", "Namouche", or "Nemouche") shot up the Jewish Museum of Belgium in Brussels, killing four people: an Israeli married couple on vacation, a French visitor, and a Belgian museum employee.
  • The American Military: One Never-ending Scandal

    By Eugene Girin | June 04, 2014
    The twin scandals that enveloped our glorious military are proof of its degradation and the ineptitude of the Obama administration.
  • The Shabby Poetry of Maya Angelou

    By Eugene Girin | May 30, 2014
    The recent passing of Maya Angelou generated a predictable panoply of gushing grief from the mainstream media.
  • Elena Chudinova on the Fall of Europe

    By Eugene Girin | May 28, 2014
    Provincial Frenchmen, long famous for their parochial traditionalism are now not only accepting, but protective of public deviance. How far did the Eldest Daughter of the Church fall that its suburban trains resemble a gay bar.
  • The Impending Triumph of Marine Le Pen

    By Eugene Girin | May 23, 2014
    The Front Nationale is expected to get at least 18% of the vote in the ongoing European Parliament elections and with eleven new cities in France resulting from a "breakthrough" (the BBC's words, not mine) in the recent local elections.
  • Judicial Tyranny: An American Tradition

    By Eugene Girin | May 21, 2014
    Even before the Lyndon Johnson-Earl Warren revolution that fatally undermined America, the Supreme Court was hardly a force for restraint.
  • Reading Antonin Scalia in New York

    By Eugene Girin | May 16, 2014
    The highlight of my time in law school - three years of varying degrees of dreariness and constant irritation was the visit of US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
  • Eurovision: the Triumph of the Transvestites

    By Eugene Girin | May 12, 2014
    The cheesy tra-la-la europop has hit a new low with this year's winner. The crowned queen of this year's contest is Conchita Wurst (real name: Thomas Neuwirth), a bearded transvestite whose looks are nauseating and whose singing is revolting.
  • American Murder: All in the Family

    By Eugene Girin | May 09, 2014
    "Get used to it guys. Here in America you will see a lot of these murder cases: children killing parents, parents killing children, siblings rubbing out each other...
  • Brown Revolution in Ukraine: The Odessa Inferno

    By Eugene Girin | May 06, 2014
    Last week, a brawl between supporters of a federalized Ukraine (known in the Western media as "pro-Russian separatists" and supporters of the neo-nazi dominated Brown revolution (known in the Western media as "pro-government demonstrators") escalated into a massacre.
  • What the Sterling Scandal Shows About America

    By Eugene Girin | May 01, 2014
    Commenting on the Donald Sterling (a grimy shyster lawyer formerly known as Donald Tokowitz), Pat Buchanan asks: "Is America Still a Serious Country?" Absolutely not and it has not been one for a very long time.
  • Vodka: An Appreciation

    By Eugene Girin | April 28, 2014
    In which I discuss the former Soviet Unions' elaborate preparations and rituals for drinking that famous elixir known as vodka.
  • The Future of Russia and the West: A Conversation with Elena Chudinova, Part III

    By Eugene Girin | April 24, 2014
    Final part of the interview between Srdja Trifkovic and Elena Chudinova.
  • The Future of Russia and the West: A Conversation with Elena Chudinova, Part II

    By Eugene Girin | April 23, 2014
    A Continuation of the interview between Srdja Trifkovic and Elena Chudinova started in Part I.
  • The Future of Russia and the West: A Conversation with Elena Chudinova, Part I

    By Eugene Girin | April 22, 2014
    Elena Chudinova is a Russian traditionalist conservative author and publicist who is Russia's leading critic of Islam, mass non-European immigration, and a dedicated proponent of Russia's engagement with the European Right.
  • Holiday Ham and Easter Bunnies

    By Eugene Girin | April 18, 2014
    As someone who actually observes Passover fairly strictly, I have a few observations about the ridiculous, evil, and idiotic dechristianization campaign that has been taking place in America for the last few decades.
  • Brown Revolution in Ukraine: Bloodshed in the East

    By Eugene Girin | April 15, 2014
    The recent rebellion against Brown revolutionary rule in the eastern, Russian-speaking regions of Ukraine erupted in bloodshed today, with four pro-autonomy activists killed in the small city of Kramatorsk.
  • The Gay Mafia Strikes Again

    By Eugene Girin | April 11, 2014
    The evidence of this mafia's power is evident in the constant howls of outrage that greet any disagreement, however mild, with homosexuality or the gay (or is it "queer"?) lifestyle.
  • Syria: The Islamist War Against Christians Continues

    By Eugene Girin | April 08, 2014
    The main reason for the flurry of Syrian-related activity on the Internet was the ubiquitous #SaveKessab campaign on social media websites Twitter and Facebook.
  • Jonathan Pollard: Drug abusing fraud or Zionist hero?

    By Eugene Girin | April 04, 2014
    Recently, American Jewish naval intelligence analyst Jonathan Pollard who is serving a life sentence for espionage in favor of Israel has reentered the news. Apparently, the Obama administration is strongly considering his early release in exchange for Israeli concessions in the "peace process".
  • Albion Down

    By Eugene Girin | April 01, 2014
    Recent events in the United Kingdom, show that moral Britain is not only dead, in the words of our own Christie Davis, but buried and forgotten.
  • The Happy State of North Dakota

    By Eugene Girin | March 27, 2014
    A recent Gallup poll interviewed more than 178,000 people to determine which state is the "happiest". Residents of each state were asked various questions about work, social life, the availability of food, shelter, and healthcare, as well as physical and emotional health.
  • A Wahl of Lies: The Neoconmen Strike Again

    By Eugene Girin | March 26, 2014
    The on-air resignation of RT (the station formerly known as Russia Today) anchor Liz Wahl (I guess young journalists are too hip to use their full names anymore) made tsunami waves in the American media.
  • Brown Revolution in Ukraine: An American Academic Gets It Right

    By Eugene Girin | March 21, 2014
    In an LA Times op-ed ("Ukraine's threat from within"), University of South California professor of international relations Robert D. English describes the ugly essence of the Brown Revolution.
  • Put John McCain in a Padded Cell

    By Eugene Girin | March 18, 2014
    Sen. John "Invade the world, invite the world" McCain recently treated American television viewers to another of his trademark hysteric attacks on Russia.
  • Brown Revolution in Ukraine: Crimean Tatars Threaten Jihad

    By Eugene Girin | March 14, 2014
    Several days ago, in conversation with Financial Times journalist Guy Chazan, Mustafa Dzhemilev, a Soviet-era Crimean Tatar dissident and the former chairman of the Crimean Tatar representative body warned that a bloody jihadist uprising will erupt if Crimeans dare to join Russia in the upcoming referendum.
  • Crimea: Myths and Memories

    By Eugene Girin | March 11, 2014
    With the Brown Revolution running into a war of Russian resistance in the Crimea, the pleasant Peninsula, forgotten for two decades after the fall of the Soviet Union is all of the sudden at the top of all media headlines and is being discussed by talking heads on both sides of the Atlantic.
  • Brown Revolution in Ukraine: BBC Legitimizes the Neo-Nazis

    By Eugene Girin | March 07, 2014
    A recent BBC article on the "far right" in Ukraine by David Stern is a perfect example of the mainstream media's effort to obfuscate and distort events in Ukraine to make the neo-nazis that dominated the anti-Yanukovych forces seem legitimate.
  • Brown Revolution in Ukraine: Vitali Klitschko, A Profile in Opportunism

    By Eugene Girin | March 05, 2014
    The Brown Revolution leader most known, recognized, and respected by the West is former heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko. Unlike his allies Yatsenyuk and Tyahnybok, Klitschko's past makes him an unlikely participant in the neo-nazi led overthrow of legitimate rule in Ukraine.
  • Sans-Culottes in the Subway

    By Eugene Girin | March 03, 2014
    Taking the subway a few days ago, a subway ad grabbed my attention. Usually, the ads on the Big Bunelo/Big Burrito (formerly known as the Big Bagel) subway involve such gems as: "The Alliance for Gay, Lesbian, Queer, Confused, and Bi Asian Youth", or "Addicted to Marijuana: Join This Confidential Study".
  • Brown Revolution in Ukraine: The Neo-Nazis' Charm Offensive

    By Eugene Girin | February 28, 2014
    The radical organization "Right Sector" is the hidden force behind the armed overthrow of Viktor Yanukovych. Even the openly neo-nazi political party "Svoboda" led by the urologist-turned-aspiring fuhrer Oleh Tyahnybok seems almost respectable, compared to the militant thugs of "Right Sector".
  • Brown Revolution in Ukraine: The Cowardice of Viktor Yanukovych

    By Eugene Girin | February 26, 2014
    The most surprising thing about the ongoing Brown Revolution in Ukraine is neither the West's support for neo-nazis, nor its immediate acceptance of the armed, violent overthrow of a legitimate president, whose election four years ago was deemed valid by the Eurocrats and the State Department.
  • Brown Revolution in Ukraine: The Triumph of the Neo-Nazis

    By Eugene Girin | February 24, 2014
    The cowardly collapse of Viktor Yanukovych's legitimate government and the triumph of the violent, bloodthirsty neo-nazi-dominated revolutionaries may spell the last throes of modern Ukraine.
  • Sochi Olympics: P***y Riot Gets Whipped

    By Eugene Girin | February 20, 2014
    To the joy of traditionalists everywhere, the obscene-named punk feminist band's exploits in Sochi came to an inglorious end.
  • Sochi Olympics, Ukraine, and the Media

    By Eugene Girin | February 18, 2014
    One of the biggest accomplishments of the Sochi Olympics has been its role in dousing the fires of the unrest in Ukraine - a fiery sequence of events that took the woefully unstable country to the brink of civil war.
  • Sochi Olympics: About Russia With Hate

    By Eugene Girin | February 13, 2014
    It's the neocons, with their misplaced ethnic baggage, that take the cake for their hateful remarks about Putin and Russia.
  • Sochi Olympics: Opening Ceremony

    By Eugene Girin | February 09, 2014
    The opening ceremony, which stunned and impressed the skeptical West, will probably be the most interesting part of the Sochi Olympics. The ceremony was Putin's Russia's attempt to re-introduce herself to the world and show that it's neither the old Soviet Union, nor the wrecked, pitiful Russia of Yeltsin.
  • A Soviet Emigre on France IIA

    By Eugene Girin | February 06, 2014
    Anatoly Gladilin next shares his experience with the baleful reality of French public schools. His daughter Liza was attending school with Nastya, the daughter of Pravda's Paris correspondent.
  • A Soviet Emigre on France I

    By Eugene Girin | February 04, 2014
    I recently stumbled onto a short, but excellent book by Soviet dissident author Anatoly Gladilin who moved to Paris in 1976 during the strongest days of Brezhnev and worked for Radio Liberty.
  • Superbowl Ruminations

    By Eugene Girin | February 02, 2014
    The first Superbowl I've ever watched was the battle between the famous Dallas Cowboys powerhouse of the mid 90s and Bill Cowher's inspiring underdog Pittsburgh Steelers (Superbowl XXX, played in Tempe, Arizona).
  • Chris Matthews Calls Out the GOP on McCain

    By Eugene Girin | January 28, 2014
    The Arizona GOP (a species disappearing faster than the Amur tiger), came out with a strongly worded condemnation of John McCain. Seems like they had enough of Mr. Invite the World, Invade the World's support of amnesty for illegals, Obamacare, and "assaults on the Constitution and the 2nd amendment".
  • John McCain's New Neo-Nazi Friend

    By Eugene Girin | January 24, 2014
    John "Invade the World, Invite the World" McCain is one of the loudest supporters of the anti-Russian, pro-EU forces in Ukraine, who are in armed rebellion against the legitimate (if bumbling and corrupt), government of Viktor Yanukovych.
  • On Demons and Exorcism III

    By Eugene Girin | January 21, 2014
    After the last two blog posts, several readers and acquaintances asked me to recommend some books on the topic of demonic possession and exorcism. Over the last few years, I read several non-fiction books on the topic.
  • On Demons and Exorcism II

    By Eugene Girin | January 17, 2014
    As I've mentioned in my previous blog entry, until I watched "The Exorcist" in late high school, I was more or less skeptical about the possibility of demonic possession. However, I did witness, what I to this day believe was an exorcism as a child in post-Soviet Moldova.
  • On Demons and Exorcism I

    By Eugene Girin | January 15, 2014
    Following the lead of Scott Richert, I read William Peter Blatty's "Legion". Blatty, the descendant of Lebanese Maronite Catholics is world-famous for his chilling and yet uplifting novel "The Exorcist", which he later adapted into an Academy Award-winning screenplay.
  • Amiri Baraka: Race Hater not Poet

    By Eugene Girin | January 10, 2014
    The recent passing of "poet" Amiri Baraka set in motion an outpouring of grief by the mainstream media. The taxpayer-funded NPR called him "one of America's most important literary figures" and called his legacy "achingly beautiful".
  • Erdogan's Desperate Overture

    By Eugene Girin | January 06, 2014
    Turkey's Islamist PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan has come out in support of the retrial of hundreds of military officers sentenced as part of the Ergenekon and Sledgehammer show trials.
  • Cherry Picking Churchill

    By Eugene Girin | October 21, 2013
    For the whole weekend I had the (mis)fortune of attending a Continuing Legal Education course at my old law school in order to remain in good standing with the venerable New York state bar. Now, most of the speakers were older attorneys in the personal injury field.
  • Manuel Valls Take on the Gypsies

    By Eugene Girin | September 30, 2013
    French Minister of the Interior Manuel Valls recently drew howls of politically-correct outrage. Valls, who is according to the BBC, a rising star in Hollande's administration, said that the sociopathic Gypsy lifestyle, based on chicanery and the avoidance of socially acceptable work, is "clearly in confrontation" with the lifestyle of the French.
  • The Liberal's Schizophrenic Love Affair With Europe

    By Eugene Girin | September 18, 2013
    Just a few days ago, I heard some attorneys lamenting that we in this country, don't have a three day weekend every week, "like they do in France". I smirked into my Kindle, not wanting to cause a tropical downpour on the poor devils' parade.
  • Australia: The Evil Hypocrisy of the Jewish Establishment

    By Eugene Girin | September 10, 2013
    Even before the recent victory of rightwing Catholic Tony Abbott's Liberal-National coalition in Australia, the previous Labor government was instituting measures to stem the flow of mass immigration.
  • Assad’s Pro-Zionist Grandfather and the Betrayal of the Alawites

    By Eugene Girin | September 03, 2013
    From 1920 to 1936, Syria's Alawites enjoyed their own separate autonomous state in French-ruled Syria. First, it was known explicitly as the Alawite State and from 1930 to 1936, as Latakia Governorate. In response to pressure from the Sunni majority, France dissolved the Alawites' state and forcibly incorporated it into the Sunni-dominated areas.
  • Obama: The Audacity of a Dope

    By Eugene Girin | August 30, 2013
    Author John Lott of "More Guns, Less Crime" fame had this to say about a personal encounter with the future POTUS during his time at the University of Chicago law school in his latest book (hat tip to Mark Brennan and David Gordon): - See more at:
  • Reflections from Aruba

    By Eugene Girin | August 27, 2013
    Last night I came back from a marvelous six-day sojourn in the tropical paradise of Aruba, where I pondered the future of paleoconservatism over many a glass of (Beefeater) gin and tonic. The first thing that stood out in that tiny island of Caribbean Europe (Aruba only became an autonomous part of Holland in 1986) was the absence of the anarcho-tyranny that is so prevalent in this country. The police was only barely and briefly visible, sales tax was non-existent, and miracle of miracles:
  • Detroit’s Bankruptcy and The New York Times Idiocy

    By Eugene Girin | August 16, 2013
    Like a broken clock taking its twice-a-day victory lap, the New York Times weighed in this morning on Detroit's bankruptcy. The reason? It’s finger-pointing time. And, when money is the issue, the Times’ ink-stained fingers reflexively point to banks, all of which are big, bad, and beyond the reach of regulators. And now it looks like the Times’ suffers from an ink-stained brain too.
  • The Stillborn Political Career of Australia's Sarah Palin

    By Eugene Girin | August 10, 2013
    Twenty-seven-year-old Stephanie Bannister was running for office in Australia's state of Queensland as a candidate for the rightwing One Nation party that takes an admirably strong stance against mass immigration. Several days into her political careers (48 hours according to some reports), Bannister gave an interview in which she made several statements that showed her utter unpreparedness for serious political participation.
  • Istanbul 2013 = Moscow 1937?

    By Eugene Girin | August 06, 2013
    After a show trial that lasted for five years and would've made Josef Stalin and Andrei Vyshinsky proud, 354 opponents of Tayyip Recep Erdogan's Islamist regime have been found guilty. The main defendant, Gen. Ilker Basbug, who led Turkey's armed forces in 2008-2010 was given a life sentence.
  • Russia's Illegal Immigration Problem Flares Up

    By Eugene Girin | August 03, 2013
    Russian authorities set up a detention camp for illegal immigrants, after 4,500 of them were arrested in Moscow during raids on garment factories and markets. The arrested illegals were Vietnamese, Syrians, Egyptians, and Moroccans, along with the usual citizens of former Soviet Central Asian republics.
  • College Students for Infanticide

    By Eugene Girin | July 30, 2013
    American college students never cease to unpleasantly surprise us (hat tip to Mark Brennan). Dan Jordan of the Media Research Center circulated a petition on George Washington University's campus, asking students to sign in support of fourth (yes, you read it right, fourth!) trimester abortions.
  • The Lincoln Worshippers Strike Again

    By Eugene Girin | July 27, 2013
    The "resignation" of Rand Paul's aide Jack "Southern Avenger" Hunter was another broadside cannon shot fired in the war between us paleos and the liberals and neocons over Abraham Lincoln, a war that started with the attack on the late M.E. Bradford.
  • Helen Thomas: 92 Years of Dhimmitude

    By Eugene Girin | July 26, 2013
    Veteran White House correspondent Helen Thomas passed away last week at the age ninety-two. The most noticeable aspect of her media persona was her life-long support for Islamic terrorists.
  • When Is Barack Going to Get Over Trayvon?

    By Eugene Girin | July 19, 2013
    Barack Hussein Obama can't seem to get over the Trayvon Martin case. First, it was his statement that his son would look (and act ?) like Trayvon.
  • George Zimmerman's Acquittal: Live Not By Lies

    By Eugene Girin | July 15, 2013
    Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's famous admonition to "live not by lies" was the first thing that came to mind when the long-suffering George Zimmerman was finally acquitted.
  • Volhynia Massacres: Polish Sorrow, Ukranian Denial

    By Eugene Girin | July 12, 2013
    Yesterday, Poland commemorated the 70th anniversary of the 1943-44 Volhynia and Eastern Galicia massacres perpetrated by Ukrainian nationalists of the OUN (Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists) and UPA (Ukrainian Insurgent Army) led by Stepan Bandera and Roman Shukhevych.
  • Israel: Assad's Not So Secret Ally

    By Eugene Girin | July 09, 2013
    Just yesterday, according to the Russian ITAR-TASS news agency, a court in central Israel sentenced an Israeli Arab to 30 months in prison for joining the anti-Assad rebels in Syria. The defendant crossed over to Syria from Turkey and spent six days training with the Islamist rebels, who asked him to carry out a suicide bombing in either Syria or Israel.
  • Onscreen Mobsters - Then and Now

    By Eugene Girin | July 01, 2013
    In light of the recent untimely passing of James Gandolfini, I could not help but contrast his character Tony Soprano with the cinematic mafiosi of earlier times, especially the main characters of Sam Francis' and Pat Buchanan's favorite "The Godfather".
  • Politically Incorrect Speech In Federal Court

    By Eugene Girin | June 28, 2013
    A judge in the Eastern District of Michigan held that a high school economics teacher violated his student's free speech rights for kicking him out of class (hat tip to Mark Brennan). The student, Daniel Glowacki, dared to voice disapproval of homosexuality - a major offense in today's educational institutions.
  • An Op-Ed Ode to Abortion

    By Eugene Girin | June 25, 2013
    The NYT recently published a brief op-ed piece by one Judy Nicastro - a self-described "non-religious", "old school liberal" from Seattle. In fashionably maudlin prose, Nicastro writes about aborting her son at 23 weeks. That repulsive little article is a good example of the worldview of abortion proponents.
  • £1.7m to get rid of an Islamist terrorist

    By Eugene Girin | June 21, 2013
    Looks like the British government will finally be able to rid its long-suffering citizens of the Muslim terrorist preacher (what a string of redundant adjectives!) Abu Qatada.
  • Moldova: A Neo-Cold-War Battlefield

    By Eugene Girin | February 09, 2011
    Recent developments in Moldova have placed the former Soviet republic, strategically placed at the hub of Central and Southeastern Europe’s energy corridors, at the center of Russia’s occasionally tense relations with the West. On February 7, Senator Richard Lugar, a leading NATO expansionist and Russophobic hawk, demanded that Obama put pressure on Medvedev to “solve” the issue of the Trans-Dniester region that seceded from Moldova in the early 1990s.

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