Entries by Ferdinand Bardamu

The Tory Parliamentary Struggle to Preserve English National Identity, 1753–1858: Parts IV and V

Part IV: The Collapse of the Anti-Jewish Party, 1847–1858 The agitation for Jewish “emancipation” would not begin again in earnest until the Whig ministry of Lord Russell. There was no law against Jews taking up seats in Parliament; rather, they were effectively barred from taking office because of a technicality. In 1847, Lionel de Rothschild, […]

The Tory Parliamentary Struggle to Preserve English National Identity, 1753–1858, Part III

Part III: The Jewish Campaign Against Parliamentary Anti-Judaism, 1829–1836 The movement for Jewish “emancipation” in nineteenth-century England was spearheaded by Jews and their Whig or Liberal allies, while the opposition was led by the High Tories: The High Tory majority in the House of Lords had acted as a barrier to the advancement of Jewish […]

The Tory Parliamentary Struggle to Preserve English National Identity, 1753–1858, Parts I and II

    Henry Pelham (1694–1754), Whig Prime Minister who introduced the Jew Bill in Parliament in 1753 Part I: The English Common Law Basis of Tory Anti-Judaism A legal case involving Robert Calvin, although seemingly unrelated, would play a key role in shaping attitudes and beliefs about Jews and Jewishness until the mid-nineteenth century. The plaintiff […]

Global Warming and the Leftist War on Western Industrial Society, Parts III-V

Maurice Strong, the father of the modern environmentalism PART III: “Global Warming”: Anti-Capitalist, Anti-Western and Anti-White? How anthropogenic CO2 can be a pollutant but non-anthropogenic CO2 not, even though both have the same molecular formulas and structure, is a mystery that not even the intellectual luminaries of the IPCC can explain. Of course, the evidence […]

Global Warming and the Leftist War on Western Industrial Society, Parts I and II

Graph showing that Roman and Medieval Warm Periods were warmer than today Part I: The “Global Warming” Scandal “In questions of science, the authority of a thousand is not worth the humble reasoning of a single individual.”- Galileo Galilei Climate scientists and environmental activists have distorted the evidence of climate change in the service of […]

Reflections on the West’s Non-White Demographic Revolution: Edmund Burke and the Totalitarian Future of the West

In May of 1789, an armed Parisian mob stormed the Bastille, a potent symbol of the ancien regime’s autocratic power. Their eventual aim was to forge a new social and political order based on the utopian theories of the French Enlightenment. This was historically unprecedented. The cry of the revolutionaries, “Liberté, fraternité, égalité, ou la […]