Michael Klonovsky

Michael Klonovsky, born 1962 in East-Germany, is an author and journalist. Under michael-klonovsky.de he keeps his own internet diary “Acta diurna”.

Martin Sellner:
The Coming to Pass of Alexis de Tocqueville's Prediction
In 200 years sadistic hacks perfected their method – only the free market can help

In the face of ostracism and persecution by the establishment and their goons, the Austrian 'Identitarian' retains his moral courage.

Down’s Syndrome:
Hannah from Pinneberg
Nowadays usually aborted, those who survive receive the ‘Severely-OK-stamp’

What does it say about a society, when it is happy to allow the abortion of babies with Down's syndrome but awards the survivors of pregnancy a 'pass for the severely OK'?

European criticism of Trump:
Loser Leaders and Carefree Rogues
Mass immigration will put an end to efficiency

Donald Trump has told European leaders that they are unable to protect their continent, neither from Islamic terrorism nor from the seizure of land by Africans and people from the Middle East, and the assembled loser leaders are angry.