The Czech Republic’s prime minister flatly rejects the idea that immigration must be promoted in order to save an aging Europe all while family formation and births plummet, according to remarks he made Thursday at the Demographic Summit in Budapest, Hungary.
A lot has changed for Victorians since the lockdowns started. Our lifestyles. Our waist sizes. The kinds of things we see as normal. And a lot has changed in Victoria itself since we’ve been in lockdown as well. For example, have you seen our police lately?
In recent years, classical music has become one of the key targets of social-justice warriors. And in their rage against classical music, the self-chosen elites reveal that their crusade against ‘problematic’ culture is really a crusade against the supremacy of the best of Western civilisation itself.
When in 1959 Michael Walsh was offered a deck boy’s job on the MV Britannic it never entered his head that he had been chosen by fate to be the final link in an ocean-going epic.
Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert and Sir John Bell have both said coronavirus will eventually cause illnesses that are as mild as a common cold, playing down fears of a more deadly variant and adding the UK ‘is over the worst’.
Book burning modern style; it seems it is okay for Amazon and Facebook, Twitter, Google and YouTube to deny and destroy reading and video material they don’t like, but sinful for a plucky woman to do what most folk really agree is not okay.
Xavier Bertrand, an establishment conservative and one of France’s contenders for next year’s presidential elections, has warned that the country faces a real risk of civil war due to out-of-control gang violence in urban areas.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán made sure that Hungary will have enough financing to launch its own recovery program despite the row with the European Commission, Romanian daily Evenimentul Zilei writes.
In spite of video evidence online, police operatives in Berlin, Germany, have flatly rejected the criticism by the United Nations special rapporteur on torture of their heavy-handed response to anti-lockdown rallies that saw hundreds arrested.
Traffic was blocked on Tuesday in both directions on Melbourne’s West Gate Freeway after people unleashed their fury over forced vaccinations cut off the road. The rally in the Australian city was as violent as the first one on Monday.