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The Year of Political Revolution |

The title comes from a talk that Nigel Farage gave at David Horowitz Freedom Center’s 2016 Restoration Weekend, to me it’s appropriate. It seems to me that what we have seen this year is the incipient conservative counter-revolution taking shape, first Brexit, then Trump, tomorrow…well who knows. As I said again the other day, the Anglo-Saxons are again leading the world to freedom, and if we live up to our forebearers, we will succeed.

We see signs of this resistance all across Europe, from Spain thru Poland and the Balts, and further, we are seeing signs of a conservative restoration even in the churches. Here is Nigel’s speech. And yes, he is every bit as deplorable as any of us Americans.

via Nigel Farage on The Year of Political Revolution |

But don’t get cocky, at best we are at the point Churchill described so well.

The bright gleam has caught the helmets of our soldiers, and warmed and cheered all our hearts.

The late M. Venizelos observed that in all her wars England — he should have said Britain, of course — always wins one battle — the last. It would seem to have begun rather earlier this time. General Alexander, with his brilliant comrade and lieutenant, General Montgomery, has gained a glorious and decisive victory in what I think should be called the battle of Egypt. Rommel’s army has been defeated. It has been routed. It has been very largely destroyed as a fighting force.

Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. but it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.

This was said after El Alamein, and it proved to be true. He ended that speech with a bit of Byron’s poetry, which may well also be appropriate for us.

Millions of tongues record thee, and anew
Their children’s lips shall echo them, and say —
“Here, where the sword united nations drew,
Our countrymen were warring on that day!”
And this is much, and all which will not pass away

Authored By nebraskaenergyobserver