Marco de Wit January 21, 2021

    Professor Kevin MacDonald’s Occidental Observer has published an article “Did Milton Friedman’s Libertarianism Seek To Advance Jewish Interests?”   The article was written by Marco de Wit and first published by The Holy Crusade News with a different name: Did Milton Friedman’s Libertarianism Defend Jewish and U$Srael interests?   The Occidental Observer changed […]

Marco de Wit January 21, 2021

  Read part I  The Fall of Crak des Chevalier II The Fall of Margat and Tripoli. III The Fall of Acre   Crusader counter-attack The Crusaders had lost control of the mainland in 1291 (see Fall of Acre), and the dwindling Kingdom of Jerusalem had been relocated to the island of Cyprus. However, Templars still had […]

Marco de Wit January 20, 2021

  Mientras no haya #víasseguras para solicitar asilo, seguirán produciéndose situaciones como esta en la #FronteraSur de #Europa. #Melilla #Asilo pic.twitter.com/bVMW6jJOVb — Jon Inarritu (@JonInarritu) December 30, 2018        

Marco de Wit January 20, 2021

  Read part I  Fall of Crak des Chevalier and II Tripoli.   Mameluks had now taken Crak des Chevaliers, Margat, Latakia and even Tripoli.     Mameluks had demolished almost all castles and walled cities they had taken from the crusaders in order to deter any attempts at recapture and, most of all, to […]

Marco de Wit January 20, 2021

  Covid logic requires higher logic.   If elderly long term illness patient dies with covid test positive the reason is not the illness but covid. If elderly long term illness patient dies with covid vaccine given the reason is not the vaccine but the illness. 🤔 pic.twitter.com/lofNN1wCk6 — Kauko (@Conserv65693068) January 19, 2021   […]

Marco de Wit January 19, 2021

      Dick Cavett questions American Chess Grandmaster Bobby Fischer about his personal hobbies, the chess community and being compared to great musical composers. Bobby Fischer also discusses his upcoming game with Boris Spassky in 1972. Featuring Sandy Duncan and Ralph Nader.      

Marco de Wit January 19, 2021

  Historians are usually court historians, i.e. they serve the rulers.   No wonder the historians are very interested in critically studying the ruling elites of antiquity but not the modern ones.   But there are two exceptions: The Marxists and the Austrian school.   Unfortunately the Marxists concentrate on “laws of history” and do […]

Marco de Wit January 18, 2021

  Wikipedia: The earliest initiative for the First Crusade began in 1095 when the Byzantine Emperor, Alexios I Komnenos, requested military support from the Council of Piacenza in the Byzantine Empire’s conflict with the Seljuk-led Turks. This was followed later in the year by the Council of Clermont, during which Pope Urban II supported the Byzantine request for military assistance and also urged faithful […]

Marco de Wit January 18, 2021

  This is a dramatization of supposed real events – the untold story of Adolf Hitler’s escape to Argentina at the end of WW2. Based on interviews with eye witnesses in Argentina and years of detailed research, the film covers events from Hitler’s escape by air from the ruins of Berlin on April 28th, 1945, […]