Every now and then readers of this site, while thanking me for my coverage of the Islamization of Europe, have kindly asked if it's possible for me to provide an occasional break from the endlessly depressing accounts of jihad and appeasement and dhimmitude and, quite simply, report on some good news for a change.
Point taken. Here, in recognition of the hopeful message of Christmas and the New Year's promise, is a year-end dose of tidings of – well, not great joy, but at least possible positive turnarounds on various fronts.
1. BRITAIN: Walking back a dhimmi policy
The Marks and Spencer story. This one went through the whole cycle (from proud corporate declaration of spineless dhimmitude to meek apology therefor) with incredible – and gratifying – rapidity.