We have entered a most crucial time for the U.S. and Britain, with new global alliances forming in the wake of the now-dead bipolar cold war era formerly dominated by the U.S. and the Soviet Union. At this junction of epochs, the Anglo-Saxon nations have lost their grasp on a most crucial tool underpinning national survival. They have lost their grip on history.
Although, since the close of the cold war, it has not been politically correct to draw attention to it, the nuclear doomsday clock continues to tick. Today, while America sleeps, European military aspirations reawaken. Will the U.S. soon face a new nuclear opponent?
British author and political analyst Rodney Atkinson, B.A., M.SC., M.I.L., is founder of the Campaign for United Kingdom Conservatism, an organization committed to educating British citizens about the growing power of the European Union. On November 28, 2000, Gerald Flurry and Ron Fraser interviewed Mr. Atkinson. Following are excerpts.