July 26, 2014

The Times, They Are a-Changing

Victor Davis Hanson's brief synopsis below also affects Constantinople and may help explain why it is so anxious to direct the American Church. The Corner At the present rate, Turkey has about as much business in NATO as Greece does in the EU. Both countries seem out of place in their respective organizations; both envy and resent northern Europe and the United States, and seek their attention through petulance; and both seem to traffic daily in conspiracy theories about going to war against each other. The problem with both the EU and NATO is that, while there is always much gala celebration about who gets in and under what particular conditions, there is almost no attention given to the circumstances under which a member gets out of either organization. That will change in the next few years, given southern European debt, growing Islamization, and the apparent planned financial and military regression of the West. In the meantime, we should pay attention to a growing … [Read more...]