Month: May 2021

For the Vaccinated it is now too late

According to Dr Peter McCullough, vice chief of internal medicine at Baylor University Medical Center and recognised as being one of the top five most-published medical researchers in the United States, COVID-19 vaccines are killing huge numbers of people and government is simply ignoring it.

Get Out and Stay Out says Spain

Spain has returned over 1,500 gimmigrants to Morocco a day after ‘around 6,000 aliens’ stormed into its North-African enclave of Ceuta by sea, either swimming or with inflatables, all in a bid to eventually get to mainland Europe and fan out across the generous European Union; free homes, income without work, education and healthcare, at the expense of European taxpayers.

Say Thanks and go with €30,000 in your Pockets

Inger Støjberg, Denmark’s former migration minister has requested that Syrian asylum seekers, many of whom have lived in the Scandinavian country for nearly a decade now, begin making arrangements to leave the country. She also asked that the asylum seekers to kindly give thanks to the generous Danes who ensured their well-being when they needed it most.

German Regime Europe’s Most Hated Government

Alarmingly, Merkel’s Washington Occupied Germany is less popular than the East German regime before the collapse of the Soviet Bloc. Public safety in Germany, as far as politically motivated crime is concerned, is at an all-time low. Extreme violence has increased significantly, but there are also unconstitutional trends. In the light of the last 20 years, the level of politically motivated crime in Germany today is unknown since the chaos of World War II when the Allied troops ransacked Germany.

The Right is Right Again

Migration is not needed for growth or prosperity: Domestic industry in Europe’s most conservative anti-migrant nation expanded by 4 percent in the first quarter of 2021 despite the fact that the automotive industry, which has the highest weight and growth potential in Hungary, fell by 3.6 percent. The overall growth spurt despite the slowdown in automobile production shows that right-wing Hungarian industry has a balanced structure and has several strong points.

How Central Europeans Avoided Burn Out

When talking about burnout, the question arises: what about our great-grandmothers? Many women had 8-10 children, there were the household chores far more arduous than today. Then there was the cattle to look after, constant hard work, eternal lack of sleep, drinking often or missing husband and never a chance of vacation on the beach. How did they all not burn out?

Roots the Movie in Reverse

The Danish government is looking for ways to deter economic migrants seeking a better life of financial and comfort paid for others. The small nation has come up with the idea of directing asylum seekers to countries outside the European continent. Danish MEPs are currently debating a bill that would allow the Scandinavian country to transfer responsibility for receiving applicants to a third country or several third countries, Le Monde reported.