Month: January 2021

Migration and Anti-White Humiliation Robbery

Since Sweden became migrant welcoming, the term ‘humiliation robbery’ has been coined. The term specifically denotes crimes that also feature elements of moral, physical, or sexual torture of ethnic Swedes by non-Europeans, mainly Islamics. The overall spike in violent crime spurred the authorities to rethink its practice of omitting the ethnicity of the perpetrators for ethical reasons.

Covid Brings on the Clowns

The drastic restrictive measures imposed on multiple nations around the world proved wholly ineffective for the spread of COVID-19. The most stringent non-medical, health interventions to curb the spread of COVID-19 include quarantine, restrictions on access and business closures. Given their global social and economic consequences, it is important to assess their real impact on the evolution of the epidemic.

No More Brother Wars

On the 18 January 1919 the Paris Peace Conference that ended the First World War began at Versailles. It resulted in five controversial treaties that rearranged the map of Europe and imposed onerous financial penalties on Germany and the other losing nations. These reparations gave rise to political resentments that lasted for decades.

Italian Courts Hostile to Anti-EU Nationalism

As the likelihood of earlier election causes the left-wing governing coalition to despair, the League’s leader Matteo Salvini was summoned to his first hearing in a trial intended to make him ineligible to run again for office for years. This follows the same sinister pattern as was done with Silvio Berlusconi when he was the uncontested leader of the ‘centre-right’ bloc.

Income Tax Abolished for Under-25s

Following the Polish example, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced that Hungary is dropping income tax for people under 25. Taking a leaf from its Polish allies’ economic policy, Hungary’s ruling conservatives plan to exempt under-25s from paying income tax, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán announced on Friday.

Culture Killers Target Ancient Europe’s Symbolism

Runes are a set of related scripts predating the adoption of the Latin alphabet and Christianity and used by Germanic and Scandinavian tribes in the early Middle Ages. Today, they remain in use for aesthetic and symbolic purposes. But, Swedish Prosecutor General Petra Lundh wants the historic Tyr rune to be equated with the swastika over its present-day use and covert ‘Nazi messaging’, national broadcaster SVT reported.

Face Mask Wearing Mandate Possibly Illegal

The UK government has failed to conduct a Risk Assessment of the risks to the individual members of the public for the harms caused to them by mask wearing or wearing a face covering. Without such a Risk Assessment, the individual is not providing ‘informed consent’ to wear a ‘medical device’ (which a mask is as defined under the Medical Devices Regulations 2002).