Entries by Ferdinand Bardamu

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 […]