Findings show that the pandemic affected a system ‘already cut to the bone from 10 years of austerity’ and called on the Government to ‘stop repackaging old funding commitments as new support and do more to stop this terrible loss of life’.
While the COVID-19 pandemic completely overshadowed the issue of migration to Europe in the media that does not mean migration slowed down. The report published by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), Eurostat, and Frontex shows that the number of asylum applications in some EU countries increased.
This month marks the anniversary of the first congress of the Communist League in London (1847), when Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels were commissioned to write the ‘Communist Manifesto.’ Although much scholarly output has catalogued the many problems with Marxist political and economic ideology as outlined in that seminal work, often overlooked has been the actual character of Karl Marx.
Music gained popularity in the intimate nineteenth-century parlour. At the time, home life was centred in the salon, or parlour, where children played and learned with adult supervision, and where the family entertained company.
The Battle of Cuito Cuanavale is airbrushed out of the conventional history books and mainstream media. Yet, the engagement was Africa’s biggest clash since El Alamein that took place in July 1942.
The proposal to do away with uniquely Swedish letters has sparked strong reactions online. Many, not just Swedes, perceive it as an attack on the Swedish language and culture.
An Italian investigator, a world expert on organised crime, says Britain is likely the most corrupt country on earth. Why is this not apparent? In Britain, the parliamentarians make parliamentary corruption legal or legislate to remove it from scrutiny.
Me: Why is there plastic on the payment keypad?
Cashier: to protect people from Covid.
Me: but isn’t everyone touching the plastic keypad the same way they would the regular keypad?
Cashier: Silence and a look of confusion.
The second month of the year traditionally plays host to some really interesting events, festival and happenings all across the globe. Here is a list of some of the most interesting events that should have taken place in February 2020 and 2021. However, we only mention the ones that start during the month so you may find some events like the Sundance Film Festival, and the Harbin Ice and Snow Festival missing from the list.
Today the United States ‘remembered’ the greatest lie in all of human history: supposedly 500,000 people died of covid.
It is horrifying to watch such insanity and widespread deception.