Dark forces would like Western men to surrender to apathy and “give others room to lead”. But who are we to give up a hard-fought inheritance of individual freedom and national self-determination for the chains of globalist slavery? Our European ancestors have given us a loan so that we might invest it in a peaceful future. The bankruptcy of the European Union, however, signals that the day has come for us to repay that loan.
In 1953, Russian director Sergei Yutkevich arrived to Albania, a small country of three million people located in southeastern Europe along the Adriatic Sea. Yutkevich came to direct a feature film about the life of Albania’s national hero, George Skanderbeg. Born Gjergj Kastrioti, the man lived from the year 1405 to 1468. Taken hostage as a child by the Ottoman Turks, they named the boy after their word for Alexander the Great, İskender. Skanderbeg was to be raised as a Muslim and trained by the Turkish army to serve as a mercenary to Sultan Murad the Second.