The Czech Republic suffered a full communist takeover when Soviet troops entered Czechoslovakia over 50 years ago, and the invasion saw the opposition quickly silenced.
Nearly half of Ukrainians think life was better in USSR, and even more say they’re anti-LGBT in new poll revealing split with West’s so-called fake values.
European leaders have expressed deep concern over the importation of Afghan asylum seekers in the wake of the NATO rout and retreat. Some claim to have cottoned on to what a London taxi driver could have told them years ago: ‘some suggesting that western governments may be welcoming terrorists who have disguised themselves as refugees.’
Brown University’s Costs of War Project estimates that the US has spent some $2.26 trillion on the war in Afghanistan over the past two decades. More than 100,000 Afghan civilians, tens of thousands of Afghan security forces personnel and Taliban fighters, about 3,500 US and NATO troops and 4,000+ Western mercenaries were killed in that time, with hundreds of thousands more injured, and millions becoming refugees.
Is it anti-vax to be concerned?’: Magazine editor reports changes to periods after Covid jab, the latest in over 30,000 UK women.
Maria Andrejczyk decided to give up her medal to pay for the surgery of a baby boy who is suffering from a serious heart ailment.
A COUNCIL has been praised for refusing to take any Afghan refugees, because it wants to prioritise its own crisis situation for its own people. Torbay Council says the area already faces a housing crisis and so it cannot make room for Afghans in need of sanctuary. However, the government has called on local authorities to ask them to provide accommodation for up 20,000 refugees.
UKRAINE is the largest country in Europe with its unique Slavic culture pivotal to the Aryan branch of the Teutonic and Celtic family of ethnicities. Ironically, the only period during the 20th Century when Ukraine blossomed to its potential was during the Brezhnev era and onwards.
Hungary and Poland should be removed from the European Union over so-called rule of law and LGBT issues, said Nyamko Sabuni, the leader of Sweden’s Liberal Party.
Even though the Afghan refugee wave has barely begun, there are already 100,000 migrants on the Balkans route, János Halász, deputy caucus leader of Hungary’s ruling conservative Fidesz party, told daily Magyar Hírlap.