The New York Times publishes a new defense of its ludicrous 1619 Project (“The 1619 Project and the Long Battle Over U.S. History” by Jake Silverstein) to prepare public opinion… Read More
Every time I hear about the tragedy (the tragedies) suffered by the Indians of North America (whether at Thanksgiving or at other times), I bring up some variant of the following questions:… Read More
Happy Thanksgiving to all the readers of No Pasarán!As we recollect stories from the past, such as that of Pocahontas, it is time to remember and to be grateful for our ancestors, whe… Read More
The puzzle pieces of what has gone wrong are enormous, so much so that fitting two or three together is unwieldy, while attempting to piece all the pieces together is both a fantasti… Read More
I think we all know that the people who have made things this way are hoping we’re still stuck on this for years writes Stephen Kruiser at PJ Media regarding the global (and manu… Read More
In view of a post noting that not a single newspaper seems to have made a detailed comparison between the pandemics of 2002 and 2009 on the one hand and the 2020 outbreak on the other, one… Read More
The arguments given by those supporting vaccine passports sound impressive, agrees Kurt Mahlburg "trapped [down] in Ozcatraz" (thanks, mate, to Mark Tapscott), but do they really h… Read More
Since commemorations of 9-11 are taking place all over the world, I thought we should search the archives of No Pasarán for the personal memories of two of the blog's initial… Read More
In its top leader, The Economist writes that the Afghanistan debacle "is a dangerous moment for [Joe Biden's] presidency" ("Where Next for global Jihad?", August 28).What a contrast with the… Read More
The star of L'Homme de Rio passed away on Monday, writes Emeline Férard in the Géo monthly. Né le 9 avril 1933, Jean-Paul Belmondo aura tourné plus de 80 lon… Read More
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