Month: October 2019

PI Newsletter #83

Houellebecq and the Death of Europe A review of Houellebecq’s newest novel Seratonin, by John Waters Europe is old, decrepit, and suffering from fatigue, as though conscious that its life is drawing to a close. Europeans are having fewer children,… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #82

 1. The Case for Populism We Hungarians have rarely had easy lives. As was the case with other nations that came under the direct domination of the Soviet Union in the 20th century, we had to struggle to retain our… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #81

Swedish schools to erase ancient history from history class Due to lack of lesson time, the Board of Education now suggests that the History subject must be radically changed. At the upper grades 7-9, where pupils are 13-15 years old,… Read More ›