by Dale Hurd
March 3, 2020

Martyr's Free Church in Edinburgh is part of the rich history of Christianity in Scotland. Today it's "Frankenstein," a bar that describes itself as a family-friendly venue but also a place for stag parties, bar top dancers and monsters.

by Raymond Ibrahim
April 14, 2019

Hardly anyone writes and speaks about the increasing attacks on Christian symbols. There is an eloquent silence in both France and Germany about the scandal of the desecrations and the origin of the perpetrators. Not a word, not even the slightest hint that could in anyway lead to the suspicion of migrants.

by Tony Pearce
January 2019

The United Nations, in a non-binding agreement that almost all UN member states signed at a ceremony in Morocco in early December, is making migration a human right.

by Judith Bergman
September 30, 2018

The European Union seems fixated, at least for the internet, on killing free speech. And social media giants - Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Microsoft, Google+ and Instagram - act as voluntary censors on behalf of the EU.

by Judith Bergman
Junie 11, 2018

An afternoon of racism is in store for Londoners on Sunday, but as long as the hate is directed against Jews by Muslims, British authorities apparently have no problem with it.

by Tony Pearce

Islam has a concept called ‘dawa’, which means preaching of Islam with a view to non Muslims converting to Islam. The aim of ‘dawa’ is to change the existing society into an Islamic one.  In relation to Europe one way to do this is by mass migration of Muslims into Europe.

by James Masters
January 22, 2018

The head of the British Army will warn that the country's government risks increasing its vulnerability to Russian aggression if it fails to invest further in its military infrastructure.

by Tony Pearce

According to Murray (a self-described atheist), ‘Here is an inheritance of thought and culture and philosophy and religion which has nurtured people for thousands of years and may well fulfil you too.’ The ‘religion’ he refers to is, of course, Christianity, which he calls the ‘source’ of European ideas about rights, laws, and the institutions that protect them.

by  Warren Mass
July 24, 2017

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban strongly criticized Hungarian-American billionaire George Soros and the EU bureaucracy in Brussels. His speech was entitled “Will Europe Belong to Europeans?”

by Tony Pearce

Those who blame God for the Nazi Holocaust should note that the roots of the Nazi ideology lay in a definite rejection, indeed a bitter hatred of not just Judaism, but the God of the Bible and authentic Christianity. In this connection it is interesting to note the following thoughts written by Friedrich Nietzsche, the German philosopher who first proclaimed that “God is dead.”

by Dr Peter Saunders
July 5, 2016

We live in times when the very foundations of our civilisation are being destroyed: the NHS with its burgeoning needs and shrinking budgets, mounting national debt, political and economic uncertainty following ‘Brexit’, the threat of Islamic fundamentalism, creeping atheism and secular humanism.

by Dr Joe Boot
October 16th, 2015

With robust Christian faith gone, the modern state’s only recourse is a pragmatism in which historic English liberties are jettisoned. Out of fear and confusion, they refuse to confront the real threat – Islam – head-on and hide behind extremism measures that will be used by progressives to assault Christianity. This leads to the tragic conclusion that, for many elites, the real targets of these new proposals aren’t terrorists, but Christians who refuse to accept the new order.

by Barbara Tasch
February 6, 2017

Front National leader, Marine Le Pen, officially launched her presidential campaign on Sunday, vowing to "protect" France against globalisation — and a new poll shows she has perfectly chosen the theme.

by Geoffrey Smith
April 18, 2017

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has called for a snap general election on June 8. Why the change of heart, and what could be the consequences, especially for the all-important negotiations over the Brexit settlement?

by  Michael Tennant

Parliaments are supposed to be forums for open debate. The pro-EU forces at the European Parliament, however, are apparently afraid of public discussion of certain topics, preferring instead to muzzle those with alternative viewpoints.

by Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D.
December 26,2015

Christianity is experiencing an unprecedented boom on the African continent and now accounts for more than half of Africa’s total population, while Christian affiliation and practice continue to ebb in Europe, signaling a major demographic shift in global Christianity.

by Joseph Puder
January 11, 2015

In many of the European countries the shrinking attendance and affiliation has forced churches to close down, or be sold to the ever growing Muslim communities in Europe. It also reflects the decline of the Christian faith in Europe – both Catholic and Protestant.

by Joseph Puder
July 4, 2016

The voiceless people of the states of the European Union have been forced to adopt multiculturalism and political correctness as their new civil religion, and their dissenting voices are now being squashed by a series of measures that amount to the curtailment of free speech.

by Guy Millière
December 26, 2016

The great majority of the Germans do not want to see that Germany is at war, because a merciless enemy has declared war on them. They do not want to see that war has been declared on Western civilization. They accept defeat and docilely do what jihadists want them to do: they submit.

by  Jonas Anderson
October 25, 2016

Swedish and German taxpayers are financing advertising campaigns urging them to integrate into the new countries that the mass migration is creating. The changes are irreversible and the old way of life is not coming back, so get used to it and adapt, the natives were told.

by Vigilant Citizen
June 3, 2016

Attended by Europe’s most powerful people, the opening ceremony of the Gotthard Base Tunnel in Switzerland was a dark, disturbing, weirdly satanic ritual.

by Martin Robinson,Euan McLelland, Sam Tonkin, Darren Boyle, Keiligh Baker and Peter Allen
14 July 2016

A terrorist gunman has killed 84 people and seriously injured dozens more after he used a 25-tonne lorry to go on a mile-long killing spree by mounting pavements at high speed and ploughing through crowds celebrating Bastille Day in Nice last nigt.

by Peter Hammond

The secularisation and paganisation of large sections of Europe is tragic. There are surprisingly dynamic pockets of spiritual vitality and life amidst the general atheism and heathenism, but the general picture in Europe is of spiritual decline.

by Colin Newman   
Friday, 11 September 2015

God provided many blessings through previous generations of Europeans – who were faithful to God’s Word and faithful to God’s Work. Never, in all of history has any continent blessed so many millions worldwide as Europe has done – through the Reformation and the great missionary movements. But now “another generation” has grown up “who know neither the Lord, nor what He has done…” Instead of building on the solid rock of God’s Word, many Europeans today are building on the sand of Humanism, Evolutionism and Hedonism.

by Jill Martin Rische
July 6, 2016

This ministry has warned that evil is waxing worse and worse for a long time. With that in mind, occult expert Jill Martin Rische helps us understand what happened just over a month ago. Antichrist's kingdom is gearing up.

by  Steve Byas
June 30, 2016

Thatcher completely rejected the idea of a European super-state, which would have seriously curtailed the national sovereignty of Great Britain. Despite her having led the Conservative Party to its longest tenure of power in decades, by winning three national elections, she almost immediately faced a rebellion and ouster within her own party.

by Przemek de Skuba Skwirczynski
June 21, 2016

Speaking from his own extensive experience, the last USSR President Mikhail Gorbachev famously proclaimed that “the EU was the old Soviet Union dressed in Western clothes”.

by  Charles Scaliger
June 25, 2016

Within hours after Brexit became the new reality for the EU and UK alike, Euroskeptics in other EU countries announced their intention to follow Britain’s lead.

by Timothy B. Lee and Zack Beauchamp  
June 25, 2016

Britain's economy and legal system have become deeply integrated with the European continent. Unraveling those relationships is likely to be economically and socially disruptive. On the other side, Brexit advocates have argued that Britain will be better off in the long run outside the EU, with full sovereignty and unfettered control over immigration and economic regulations.

by Rachel Middleton
May 3, 2016

Germany is pushing for a European army in the 28-member EU bloc, according to a white paper put forward by the German government. The army is envisaged to have a joint headquarters and shared military plans.

by Ralph Sidway
September 8, 2015

The frustration for those of us who have been calling for compassion for Syrian victims for many months is that the Christian community is yet again left at the bottom of the heap. They are the most vulnerable and repeatedly targeted victims of this conflict. Indeed, a hundred years after the Armenian and Assyrian genocide, in which over a million Christians are estimated to have been killed by Ottoman Muslims, the same is happening today in the form of an ethnic cleansing of Christians in the region.

by  John F. McManus
March 31, 2016

In Europe, over several decades, there were numerous warnings about the creation of what would become the European Union. Those who saw the full intention of its early promoters sounded many alarms about the loss of sovereignty for their nations to a burgeoning “Eurostate.”

by US World Report
December 12, 2015

The five richest Arab nations are refusing to accept any refugees from the recent civil war that rages in nearby Syria. Saudi Arabia, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Kuwait have permanently closed their doors to the fleeing Syrians.

by Oliver Lane11
November 2015

‘With Open Gates: The forced collective suicide of European nations’, a slick, hard-hitting film about the European migrant crisis is going viral in Europe, already watched at least half a million times. Although the 19-minute film may feel like a dispatch from the future, it is cut entirely from recent news reports, police camera footage, and interviews.

by The Guardian
November 14, 2015

Scores die in siege at Bataclan concert hall and at scenes of apparently coordinated series of gun and bomb attacks in French capital.

by David Solway
November 1, 2015

As usual, the media are traitorously complicit.  The media completely ignores the huge financial and security impact that the refugees are placing on some of these countries. Many European nations are on the brink of bankruptcy and cannot afford to start paying out millions of Euros to support the refugees. Some of the countries have expressed concern about the security risks, stating that they suspect members of ISIS have been hiding among the refugees in order to spread their terrorism into other countries.”

by Pamela Geller
November 1, 2015

Where are they [the migrants] going from Lesbos? Into northern Europe, particularly Germany. But then large numbers of them are vanishing. Earlier this week, I reported that refugee camps had begun to report that Muslims were disappearing – running off. Nobody knows where to. It has become an epidemic. Approximately 7,000 migrants have left the Brandenburg shelters. Where are they going? Who is sheltering these illegals, many with ties to ISIS?

by Michael Brown
November 3, 2015

At a time when Christians in the Middle East are being tortured, beheaded, and crucified rather than denying Jesus, so-called Christians in Europe — are renouncing the Great Commission and removing the cross (literally) to make peace with Muslims. The Bishop of Stockholm "proposed a church in her diocese remove all signs of the cross and put down markings showing the direction to Mecca for the benefit of Muslim worshippers."

by Jared Taylor
September 22, 2015

Europa unbars the gates to her oldest enemy.

\by Michelle Martin - Reuters
October 4, 2015

What was once a relatively smooth process for new arrivals has turned into a confusing nightmare for many as cities and towns across the country struggle to cope with a surge of refugees from the Middle East. A record 800,000 migrants are expected this year. More than 200,000 arrived in September alone.

by Robert Spencer
September 3, 2015

While the world is consumed with horror over the plight of the refugees now flooding into Europe, it is useful to remember these threats that were made just six months ago.

by MercyCorps
September 2, 2015

Syria’s civil war is the worst humanitarian disaster of our time. The number of innocent civilians suffering — more than 11 million people are displaced, thus far — and the increasingly dire impact on neighboring countries can seem too overwhelming to understand. More than four years after it began, the full-blown civil war has killed over 220,000 people, half of whom are believed to be civilians. Bombings are destroying crowded cities and horrific human rights violations are widespread. Basic necessities like food and medical care are sparse.

by Sharona Schwartz  
May 17, 2015    

For months they’ve been threatening to smuggle militants into Europe by boat. Now one Libyan government official says the Islamic State group has succeeded in getting jihadists onto the European continent by hiding them on migrant boats transporting illegal immigrants.

by The Economist
April 25, 2015

The EU’s policy on maritime refugees has gone disastrously wrong. The European Union likes to boast that it is a force for good. But in the past ten days as many as 1,200 boat people have drowned in the waters of the Mediterranean. An unknown number were refugees from Syria, Eritrea and Somalia fleeing war or persecution. They perished in part because the EU’s policy on asylum is a moral and political failure.

NTEB News Desk
November 8, 2014

During a visit to Gaza, Federica Mogherini, the European Union’s new foreign affairs chief, says the establishment of a Palestinian state is the ‘ultimate goal of all the European Union’

by seekingtruth

Is the European Union the forerunner of the last world government?

by Economist
June 30, 2012

The longer the euro area's debt crisis drags on, the more it resembles an instrument of economic torture. Like the medieval rack, every turn of the crisis tears Europe further apart. This week Cyprus announced it would seek a bail-out. Spain formally asked for money to recapitalise its banks. The Greek limb is close to being ripped off. How long can the Italian one hold?