… it is America that always saves Europe

Calling Out Europe: Where Is the Diplomacy of Truth?

As an expert in global terrorism, anti-Semitism, Middle East wars and European policy, Fiamma Nirenstein has been following the popular uprising in Iran with particular interest. Nirenstein – award-winning journalist, best-selling author, former MP of the Italian Parliament and a fellow at the JCPA and says that just as former U.S. President Ronald Reagan’s election and foreign policy were instrumental in the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, President Donald Trump is probably responsible for the street demonstrations across Iran that could lead to the downfall of the ayatollah-led Islamic Republic.

Nirenstein says that Europe, which has been silent on the uprisings in Iran, can no more take credit for this welcome turn of events than it could for the defeat of the U.S.S.R. — or even of Hitler’s Third Reich. It is America, she asserts, that has always been at the forefront of the struggle for freedom from the bondage of dictators; it is America that always saves Europe.

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  • Hard Little Machine

    Ms Nirenstein made Aliyah in 2013.

    • deplorabledave

      She’s a muslim?

    • deplorabledave

      Pardon my stupidity.

  • xavier

    To be fair, those Europeans who resisted the Nazis didn’t have the resources that the Americans had and hadn’t fully recovered from the deep traumas of WW I.
    Even the Brits who had the second most advanced economy in Europe couldn’t sustain its own army let alone it allies. Kinda hard when you lost most of your equipment in France and Singapore

    • deplorabledave

      I’d like to agree with you but that was 72 years ago and their rolling over now.

      • xavier

        No the elites are rolling over notvthe ordinary people. You can’t imagine the extreme pressure blackballing insults etc the ordinary people face when they object. The elites never ever house them in their neighbourhoods it’s always the working and middle classes who face the brunt of everything. Peggy Noonan nail the elitrs attitude quite nicely in am article

        • caliroxanne

          The European “ordinary people” I’ve encountered are just as nasty, smug, arrogant and anti-American as the elites you mention.

  • deplorabledave

    I was gonna nit pick then I e-mailed it to a friend.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    The irony is that Europe isn’t worth it.

    • xavier

      It is. It’s the elites who need to be hung or deported with the invaders

      • DavidinNorthBurnaby

        The elites do not elect themselves.

  • tom_billesley

    One quibble about USA involvement in Europe. If only they hadn’t intervened diplomatically after WW1 to press for withdrawal of troops landed in Russia to secure supply routes to anti-Bolshevik forces, they might not have had the expense of the Cold War. The question would remain as to whether Russia would have been better off or worse off militarily at the start of WW2. Alternative history is difficult.