Mícheál Walsh: George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) surmised, ‘every five years the people are given democracy. They then go to their ballot boxes and surrender democracy.’
From August 15, pregnant women in Hungary who want an abortion must first listen to the heartbeat of their foetus before going through with the procedure, according to an announcement from Minister of the Interior Sándor Pintér, who is also responsible for healthcare and education in Hungary.
European countries are currently experiencing an unusual and mysterious high death rate – and coronavirus deaths are not the reason for this increase. Known as ‘excess mortality,’ people are dying at an unusually high rate in the Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Portugal, and Great Britain.
The value of rights owned by the Queen’s property company to exploit the seabed around Britain’s coastline has swelled to £5bn after a record-breaking auction of plots for offshore windfarms.
It is beyond belief that some viewers, listeners and readers of Western mainstream media still have a childlike trust in their news media: In early March, European and American media widely published a photo of a pregnant Marianna Vyshemirskaya in front of a destroyed maternity hospital in Mariupol. The duped peoples of Western Europe were aghast when Western journalists claimed that Russia allegedly attacked the medical facility.
Ongoing events are relentlessly driving change across the 27 member states of the European Union. As Western Europe enters a period of uncertainty, record inflation, endemic shortages and trade isolation, it is inevitable that there will be a falling out of the ranks among the member nations.
Per Wästberg, co-founder of the Swedish office of Amnesty International, resigned his post after the organization published a report by human rights activists on the war crimes committed by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
BREAKING: Right-wing Swedish election victory looms with more than 90% of the vote counted. Such a cliffhanger, the results of Sweden’s general election on September 11 are still being deciphered but indicate the biggest upset to left-wing liberalism in Europe since World War II.
‘It’s very simple. In the Soviet Union, we don’t believe our propaganda. In America, you actually believe yours,’ smiled a Soviet journalist to American colleagues.
When invited to contribute news features to the AMERICAN FREE PRESS, veteran media of conservative, right-wing populist mainstream reporting it was an offer too good to resist.