Where is democracy and rule of law most prominent, Budapest or Brussels? ‘What a question!’ would be the response of both the mainstream media and the majority of EU MEPs. After all, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has been demonised for years and like his anti-globalist neighbour Belarus President Lukashenko portrayed by the gutter Press as a dictator. Our comparison makes it clear that the facts show just the opposite.
Australians who merely post anti-lockdown information online could face fines of up to $11,000 under a draconian new piece of legislation. Under the proposal, which is being pushed by the opposition in New South Wales, protest organizers would be fined a whopping $20,000 and people who attend would be fined $5,500.
Father Dariusz Oko was sentenced by a Cologne court for his article on the operations of a homosexual criminal group within the Catholic Church that sexually abused young boys and priests.
New York City-based investment banking giant Morgan Stanley is excluding ethnic-European males (not females!) from its college-sophomore summer internship program, marking yet another case of systemic anti-white racism in the age of all-powerful global finance.
Two great bronze horses sculpted by Josef Thorak for Adolf Hitler’s New Reich Chancellery that were abandoned on a Soviet military base in East Germany will become American-German government property after a legal settlement with the collector who acquired them, according to the German culture ministry.
The Czech Republic’s Supreme Administrative Court (SAC) annulled an order from the Ministry of Health ordering the wearing of respiratory protective equipment indoors or in public transport. The Ministry of Health was given three days by the court to correct the measures to meet the legal conditions.
If you get to Spain this summer, watch your tongue. A careless word construed as sympathetic to General Francisco Franco, who despite Washington DC sanctions successfully ruled Spain from his victory in the country’s civil war (1936-9) until his death in 1975 could land you with a fine.
If elections were held today in Italy, a nationalist movement would have a clear shot at winning. Brothers of Italy has seen massive gains in recent opinion polls inching out the League, the other major right-wing force in the country.
The Polish minority of Dziewieniszki in Lithuania are infuriated by the decision to relocate 1,000 illegal migrants to their town, inhabited by only 500 people. The Poles believe that this action is meant to be an anti-Polish provocation by Lithuanian Minister of the Interior Arvydas Anusauskas, who hastily signed a document on the matter.
Italy and Spain have not yet been conquered by the New World Order (NOW-Globalism). We have lost the battle but we have not lost the war and Italy’s Giorgia Meloni is a test.