Liverpool born poet and writer Michael Walsh traces his Liverpool roots back to 1865. This was the year his Irish great-grandmother arrived in the Second City of Empire. His parents were born at the turn of what was to become the most tumultuous century in history. Michael's father, Patrick, fought in three major conflicts before reaching his fortieth birthday. His mother, Kathleen, was a former nun turned gun-running renegade.
On leaving school at 15 years of age, Michael spent 12 weeks at the Merchant Navy School for Sailors in Sharpness, Gloucestershire. During his years at sea, he was to visit and work in over 60 countries.
The journalist and broadcaster since provided articles and columns for numerous magazines and international news media. In 2011 he was awarded Writer of the Year by the publishers of Euro Weekly News, Europe's highest-circulation newspaper of its kind. He has authored, edited and ghosted over 70 book titles.
The cost-of-living crisis in the UK caused by anti-Russian sanctions has resulted in more residents skipping meals (15%) or freezing at home (72%) to cut costs, writes Sky News, citing consumer protection company analysis. In addition, approximately 2.3 million families had to miss payments on loans, mortgages, bills or rent, and 59% of Britons have tried at least one way to optimize the budget.
Polling shows that the fiercely independent Sahra Wagenknecht, known for being both left-wing and stridently right-wing in her rhetoric could earn up to 19 percent of the vote if she forms a new political party.
Public tolerance of migrant invasions devastating Western Europe is being quickly replaced by unbridled public anger. The scale and horrific consequences of Third World immigration are now striking at the hearts of even the smallest communities across Europe.
Spirits lift as after the Amazon and LULU complete ban on Mike Walsh books, novels, thrillers ~ and politically incorrect titles one of the most prestigious book-selling publishing houses in the United States steps in and rescues TRUTH BOOKS
In Austria, the FPÖ party has campaigned against anti-Russian sanctions, Covid-19 lockdowns, and mass immigration. On the other hand, the Social Democratic Party of Austria (SPÖ) did manage to hang on to the regional parliament in Austria’s southern state of Carinthia, but the country’s high-flying FPÖ opposition party gained ground as its popularity continued to rise in Sunday’s election.
In classic fairy tales, there is not enough diversity in characters: the main characters are blue-eyed and fair-haired, the villains are old, love happens at first sight, and the princess, when she sees the prince, immediately takes him for a man and refers to him with a masculine pronoun. According to the Daily Mail, this worries experts at Ladybird Books, who have decided to rewrite fairy tales in the spirit of modern trends.
Despite Western attempts to punish Russia for the Ukraine crisis, its residents are not experiencing special hardships, says Sue Reed, editor of the Daily Mail. Moreover, according to the journalist, the food situation in Russia is much better than in the UK, which is faced with a shortage of fruits and vegetables.
Amid disillusionment with the current administration, Americans are increasingly turning their attention to Russia and President Putin, who clearly cares about his country and his people, writes American Thinker columnist Laura Wellington.
EUROPE RENAISSANCE EXCLUSIVE: Ex-minister wanted to frighten Britons into Covid compliance: Leaked texts suggest that Matt Hancock plotted when to release details of a new Covid variant for maximum impact. Sell Fear: Former UK health secretary Matt Hancock wanted to frighten the pants off everyone to ensure compliance with the government’s Covid-19 restrictions, a trove of leaked text messages has revealed.
SANCTIONS BACKFIRE: In Britain, a country that fed itself during World War II, supermarkets, and fruit and vegetable stands in supermarkets are empty. According to NTD, food shortages have forced chains to impose restrictions on the number of goods dispensed per person. This has become a problem not only for consumers but also for the food industry, whose survival depends on easy access to products.