With Long Arrears to Make Good

EU. Nick Griffin calls for new Nuremberg trials.

Regardless of what criticisms he may warrant in other circumstance or how fanciful the notion, this brief speech should be heard. For it’s not about Griffin. It’s not about particulars. It’s about serving notice that the actions of our enemies aren’t as risk-free as presumed. It’s about playing offense instead of defense. About being who instead of always whom. About offering sober counsel to the morally intoxicated: Continue this war against us, and acute will be the pain of your failure.

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