Origins of Marxism in Western Culture

  The Communist Party of Soviet Russia on taking power in 1917 immediately abolished all laws relating to sexuality. It introduced no-fault divorce, legalised abortion and decriminalised homosexuality. Fifty years later in the late 1960s, under the guise of equality and liberalism, the British government imitated Marxist policies by introducing radical divorce reform and by…

Two books for the price of one.

  A book review on Agents of Empire by Noel Malcolm. An historical biography, but also revisionist history. Sympathetic to The Ottoman Empire, but critical of Christendom. For example, the author writes: “That the Ottoman regime was generally tolerant not only of the presence of Catholics among its subjects, but also of visits to them…