• Ting-Ming And The Empress Of One-Thousand Roses

    in Uncategorized / / 11 comments

    Long, long ago, in ancient Han Chuan province, an individual was born named Ting-Ming. Ting-Ming went to school, learned much, and was good student. But Ting-Ming had big ideas, higher than highest mountain. Ting-Ming wanted to serve noble Empress of One-Thousand Roses, Chu-Fae, and the Divine House of Royal Heaven On Earth, that had ruled Han Chuan for long time,

    Read more
  • May Update On Activism And Resistance

    in On the Ground / / 9 comments

    Introduction This is the May version of ‘Update On Activism And Resistance’, a joint endeavor between Europeancivilwar.com and YesPasaran (yespasaran.wordpress.com). You can see our prior updates at the following links: http://www.europeancivilwar.com/update-on-activism-and-resistance-march-ecwyespasaran/ http://www.europeancivilwar.com/new-regular-post-update-on-activism-and-resistance-february/ I had been labeling them by the month from which the stories came (e.g. the March stories published in early April), but from now on I am going

    Read more
  • What We Can Extrapolate From ‘The Atlas Of European Values’

    in On the Ground / / 12 comments

    Recently I was exposed to something called the ‘Atlas of European Values’. I can’t remember where I heard about it (could have been one of the readers of this site), but I had the chance to explore it today and it is an extremely cool resource. It is basically an interactive website based primarily on lots of statistics about Europe

    Read more
  • Excerpt From New Book! – – – – – ECW Newsletter!

    in Uncategorized / / 12 comments

    This is a logistical posting for the purpose of updating folks on a couple things I wanted to announce. I will include each below in bold. ECW Newsletter For the last several weeks I have been sending out emails to the Europeancivilwar.com email list/newsletter, and wanted to bring attention to it so everyone knows it is ‘active’. I actually forgot

    Read more
  • France, France, France – Is Macron The Past Or The Future?

    in On the Ground / / 35 comments

    Well the first round of the French Presidential Election has commenced and the result was pretty much exactly what everyone thought it would be. Macron, the globalist progressive, and Le Pen, our preservationist nationalist, have advanced to the second round. One could argue the Macron side is a surprise, since he was until recently a virtual unknown, and only got

    Read more
  • Interview With Resistance Writer Fenek Solere – Author Of ‘The Partisan’

    in The Strenuous Life / / 9 comments

    The following is an interview with Fenek Solere, author of The Partisan. I am very proud to publish it on ECW. Fenek is a wealth of knowledge an numerous subjects and his passion for Europe and its preservation and reconquest is powerful and inspiring. Fenek is also an autodidact and accomplished scholar, and this is a long interview crammed full

    Read more
  • ‘Asymmetric Opportunities’

    in On the Ground / / 6 comments

    We here the term ‘asymmetric warfare’ quite a bit. It is similar to the term ‘4th Generation Warfare’, and refers to conflicts between sides that are vastly different in power. The battle between Al-Qaeda and the United States was ‘asymmetric warfare’ (although a little less so now that we know the Saudi’s were backing them to such a degree), as

    Read more
  • Four Reasons To Donate To The Le Pen Campaign Amidst These Historic Times

    in On the Ground / / 31 comments

    We are living in historic times men. Numerous stories of note combine to mark the seriousness of the issues bearing down on us. Orban, Defender Of Europe This Easter Weekend, in Hungary, we saw Victor Orban give a great speech, calling out George Soros as the chief enemy of the Hungarian people, and all native Europeans. From Kormany.hu, quoting and

    Read more
If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or subscribing to the RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader.