Ned May

Articles by Ned May

Norway's Media Slipping Towards State Control

Our Norwegian correspondent The Observer sends the following translation, and includes this note: This article published in Aftenposten a couple of weeks ago concerns the independence — or lack thereof — of the Norwegian media. In addition to the information

Copenhagen Muslims Attack Hare Krishna Temple

Earlier this month a group of “youths” attacked a Hare Krishna temple in Copenhagen, doing damage and trying to attack the temple’s devotees with baseball bats. Strangely enough, the story never made it into the Danish MSM. Here’s the story

Fjordman: The Rule of Law After Oslo

Note: On July 22nd, 2011, Anders Behring Breivik massacred seventy-seven people in downtown Oslo and on the nearby island of Utøya. When the killer’s infamous manifesto was made public shortly afterwards, the pseudonymous Norwegian blogger Fjordman was cited as one

The Terrorist Supporters On The Left

Our Norwegian correspondent The Observer offers the second part of his series of essays on the Left in Norway. In this installment, he examines the left-wing community in Norway and its sympathy for various terrorist organizations. The terrorist supporters of

What Is Islamophobia?

As I have mentioned previously, one of major goals of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is to stop “Islamophobia”, which is its preferred term for the criticism of or opposition to Islam by non-Muslims. The word “Islamophobia” is of

Left-Wing Media Bias in Norway

This article by our Norwegian correspondent The Observer examines the bias of the Norwegian media and their support for certain terrorist groups. He illustrates the shameless double standard displayed by the media in the wake of the Oslo killings, compared

Fjordman: My Afternoon With The Police

Fjordman is the Norwegian blogger and writer who has been the focus of intense scrutiny in Scandinavia for the past two weeks, after being mentioned in Anders Breivik’s 1500-page manifesto as one of the killer’s major influences. Although he has

The Swedish Witch-Hunt

If anyone was still wondering about the contours of post-Breivik Scandinavia, the following piece of nastiness should provide a hint of what lies ahead. As I said last night, at this point it doesn’t really matter whether the atrocities in

The Norway Mass Murder: The Dexter Factor

We all know that the mainstream media have a double standard when it comes to political ideology. If you are a conservative — or even worse, a nationalist — you are held to a different standard than that applied to

Gold-Plated Asylum In Norway

Our Norwegian correspondent The Observer sends this translation of an article from the Norwegian state broadcasting service about the costs of bringing asylum-seekers to Norway. The translator includes this note: This article shows how the asylum-immigration industry in Norway is

Carebecue Season In Oslo

Our Norwegian correspondent The Observer sends his translation of a news story about the latest celebrations of cultural enrichment in Oslo. He includes this explanatory note: This newspaper article appeared in today’s edition of Aftenposten. It seems that the carbecue

'There Are Only Muslims And Communists'

Our Czech correspondent Gemini sends his translation of sections from two articles in the Czech media. These stories concern a plain-spoken Czech politician whose candor is refreshing, to say the least, for those of us who live to the west

London Is A Shariah-Controlled Zone

A reader in London just sent us the following photo, which is fairly self-explanatory: He included this note: Please see attached a poster seen stuck on to a bus stop on corner of Mission Grove and Carisbrooke Road, London E17.

Radical Islam In Europe: Eating the Soup We Have Cooked?

Our Swedish correspondent LN sends his translation of a program on Swedish State Radio, and includes this introductory note: The following text was read today (May 4) at 13:45 by its author, Margareta Flygt, a freelance cultural journalist with a

Sending A Boy To Do A Man's Job

The political sensation of the moment in Austria concerns the appointment of a very young man to the important position of assistant to the new interior minister. Our Austrian correspondent Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff has compiled a report on all the controversy.

The Freezing of the Rhine

The fall of the Roman Empire was not a sudden event. The imperial power wielded by Rome decreased gradually over the course of centuries, during which time a steady deterioration was punctuated by repeated barbarian incursions and the sacking of

Embracing the Madrassa in Russia

Russia is moving towards the establishment of a consolidated state-controlled Islamic education system. Like the sharia court system in the UK, state madrassas in Russia seem to be the government’s way of recognizing an existing trend and controlling the foreign

Why Multiculturalism Will Always Fail

Below is an essay by the Danish psychologist Nicolai Sennels on a topic that has greatly preoccupied Western European leaders in recent months: the failure of Multiculturalism. Why multiculture will always fail by Dr. Nicolai Sennels Several leading European politicians

Palestina Libre! Collaboration Between Leftists And Islamists

Nothing exemplifies the practical merger of the Red Revolution and the Great Jihad better than the issue of “Palestine”. I picked out the images below from various Communist and Anarchist websites, just to give you an idea of the depth

Geert Wilders on Trial: The Lights Are Going Out All Over Europe

Geert Wilders is back in court in the Netherlands. The Islamic-critical leader of the Party for Freedom in was tried last fall for “inciting religious hatred”, but his case ended in a mistrial when Mr. Wilders’ lawyer revealed the sensational

Czechs Demonstrate Against the Persecution of Christians

Our Czech correspondent Benjamin Kuras sends a report from Prague on last night’s demonstration in Wenceslas Square against the worldwide persecution of Christians. It’s gratifying to note that the demonstrators recognized the common cause shared by Jews and Christians against

Judicial Bias in the Geert Wilders Trial

The new trial for Geert Wilders begins on February 7. In anticipation of what is to come, our Flemish correspondent VH has translated an article about the badly administered and compromised nature of the court system that tried Mr. Wilders

The Growing Worldwide Persecution of Christians

One of our Slovak readers, who prefers to remain anonymous, sends a translation about recent events in his country’s capital, along with this introductory note: Last week a rally in support of the persecuted Christians took place in Bratislava. Your

Muslims are the Jews of the 1930s?!

Our Flemish correspondent VH has compiled a report on a scandal which unfolded during the Christmas holiday and caused quite an outrage in the Netherlands. It seems that the socialist leader Job Cohen dusted off the time-tested comparison of European

A Passage to Israel

In the first week of December, our Austrian correspondent Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff was part of a delegation from the European Counterjihad, including members of the “New Right” nationalist parties, who visited Israel. Her report is below. (Sarah, the guide [left], ESW

Russia's 'Islam Problem'

When discussing the Islamization of the West, France is usually cited as being the worst-off of the Western democracies. It has an estimated Muslim population of 10%, perhaps as high as 15%, and the demographics of the situation — a