The Gregorian Coup and the Birthright Theft
This is the second of three articles drawing attention to major structural problems in our history of Europe in the first millennium AD. In the first article (“How fake is Roman Antiquity?”), we have argued that the forgery of ancient books during the Renaissance was more widespread than usually acknowledged, so that what we think... Read More
That terrible May 29, 1453.
No, no, not that one, not December 7th. Among the disciplined legions of NRO writers, each hath his assigned place, and the reviewing of movies — including surpassingly awful movies, as Pearl Harbor is said to be — belongs to some scribbler at a different desk, not to me. Others among us NRO minions till... Read More