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.
When industries take legal action against government bankrupting swathes of businesses by imposing lockdowns the taxpayer is hit twice when the regime has to pay compensation. Nothing will change until politicians who vote for lockdowns are individually sued and at the elections lose their seats.
Evidence suggests that Spain’s far-left socialist regime, a coalition of leftists, is giving the green light to far-left violence set to provoke the conservative right. If successful, the strategy could lead to Civil War II in a winner takes all tussle.
The American economy is in a depression and we haven’t even entered the worst parts of it.
Here’s another story showing how bad things are. 92 percent of New York City restaurants couldn’t make rent in December.
Hundreds of restaurants and pubs have re-opened across the Czech Republic, defying the harsh government virus restrictions. The venues have been closed for months and owners, quite rightly, say the restrictions have failed to improve the situation.
The Victorian Workhouse was an institution that was intended to provide work and shelter for poverty stricken people who had no means to support themselves. With the advent of the Poor Law system, Victorian workhouses, designed to deal with the issue of pauperism, in fact became prison systems detaining the most vulnerable in society.
Robert Unanue, Goya Foods President and CEO, said on Friday the political left has weaponised the virus to take away God, culture, history, and liberty from the people of the United States (and Europe).
The tiny house movement has grown in popularity over recent years, and now it makes more sense than ever. No matter the size or location, home is where the heart should be. Whether it’s a mansion in the suburbs, a city apartment with a view or a cottage by the sea, it won’t be home unless you love living in it.
One aspect of narcissistic sociopaths is that they live in their own little world in which their desires and bizarre dysfunctions are normalised. They believe themselves superior to most people because they are predatory, and don’t suffer from annoying hang-ups like empathy and conscience.
Massive protests and outbreaks of civil disobedience are breaking out throughout Europe. Pro-government mainstream media as did their counterparts in totalitarian regimes pretend there is public support for repression.