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To make ends meet, the wife of Europe’s most successful author and poet washes dishes in a restaurant for €6 an hour. A dissident publisher offered to publish Michael Walsh books but requires a $150 contribution per book publishing cost. Michael appealed for help and received just $20.

The Downfall of the West

The failure of the West’s economic war against Russia speaks of the end of the old-world order. The West could not defeat Russia in the economic war, writes Der Spiegel. On the contrary, this year the growth of the Russian economy will exceed the average for the eurozone. And all this suggests that the old-world order has come to an end. 

The Suicide of Germany. Elderly plunge into poverty as the Berlin regime spends €36 billion on migrants in 2023 alone

Senior citizens are sent out to pasture as the German government welcomes its new generation of migrant workers. As Germany vows to continue spending heavily on its liberal migration policy – more than €36 billion in 2023 alone – an increasing number of the country’s senior citizens are reported to be at a growing risk of poverty.


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Tucker Carlson shreds US media

America’s corporate press is paving the way to a ‘one-party state,’ the conservative pundit warns. Tucker Carlson has released a video tearing into American news outlets, in his first appearance since parting ways with Fox News, saying genuine debate on major issues is simply ’not permitted’ in US media.

Amazon claims to launch an investigation after customer complaints

Amazon is continuing to investigate after high-value orders were switched for cheaper products before delivery. Items such as cameras, watches and mobile phones were replaced with cat food, condoms and balloons, a BBC investigation has shown. Some victims were denied refunds until the BBC put their complaints to Amazon. The controversial online store claimed it was ‘working tirelessly’ to make changes to processes so it could improve customer experiences.