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PI Newsletter #49

1. IRISH: The Forgotten White Slaves They came as slaves: human cargo transported on British ships bound for the Americas. They were shipped by the hundreds of thousands and included men, women, and even the youngest of children. Whenever they rebelled or even… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #48

1. The Coudenhove-Kalergi plan – The genocide of the Peoples of Europe Mass immigration is a phenomenon the causes of which are cleverly concealed by the political elites, and the multicultural propaganda is employed to falsely portray it as inevitable. In… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #47

1.  Trump Buries the Old-World Order The present continuance of institutions such as the EU, NATO, UN, and others suggests that the world goes on exactly as before. In fact, these alphabet organizations are becoming shadows of their former selves, more… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #46

The Idiocy of the Average – and Why It Matters You might have a good general appreciation of the different average IQs of the world’s major regions (Global North: ~100; Latin America and Middle East: ~85; Sub-Saharan Africa: ~70). And… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #45

1. Alex Jones is right: China is the threat, and it may be too late Where Alex Jones has been very spot on is the threat that communist China  poses to our future and our way of life, and how this threat… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #44

1. Why are Eastern Europeans hostile to Islam? Look at history What accounts for this staunchly anti-Islamic response? The answer rests in history. Unlike most Western European nations, which, thanks to their geographical proximity, have for centuries been out of… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #43

1. Imagine There’s No Border. A world without boundaries is a fantasy. Borders are to distinct countries what fences are to neighbors: means of demarcating that something on one side is different from what lies on the other side, a reflection… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #42

1.  Intermarium for the 21st Century [………..] What does the legacy of intermarium, an idea never put into practice, mean for us today? Well, organizations like the Visegrad Group, which includes Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia, have successfully held off… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #41

1. Salute to Two Intellectuals Giants:  Bernard Lewis and Richard Pipes It is appropriate for all free men and women to honor two scholars who helped preserve Western Civilization from totalitarian aggression. Both became American by choice. Sadly, both, one… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #40

1. Europe’s most fortified border is in Africa On a wedge of land at the northern tip of the African continent lies a little piece of Europe – and it is one of the most heavily fortified borders in the… Read More ›