The authorities want to fine him, and a museum from the United States is interested in military equipment. In 2015, a Panther tank, an anti-aircraft gun, a torpedo and other weapons from the Second World War were found in the house of a pensioner from Heikendorf.
An LGBT activist who was convicted of raping and sexually abusing several young male asylum seekers has had his prison sentence reduced by a Swedish court following an appeal.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is desperately trying to distance himself from late Israeli-American financier Jeffrey Epstein. He now claims that they never had any business together despite their meeting on numerous occasions to discuss ‘philanthropy’.
The judge said that Margaret Buttimer ‘has disregarded the rights to health and safety of those who work in frontline retail’. A 66-year-old grandmother has been jailed for 90 days by a judge who said she had shown scant regard for the safety of others when refusing to wear a face mask in shops.
The court ruling, a devastating blow to the Madrid-based regime of Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez’s far-left regime, is in shock. The PSOE (Socialist Workers) government could face calls for compensation far more than the European Union could afford. The ruling will send shock waves through other EU globalist-minded nations. Leftist France and Italy are border neighbours of long-suffering Spain.
One day an awakened United States will emerge from the Jewish chrysalis. Pennsylvania Avenue will then perhaps be renamed Elizabeth Dilling Avenue. Today, slumbering in their Jewish shroud, few Americans have heard of a lady who should replace the Statue of Liberty.
The Covid lies are breaking down under their own weight. A Lisbon court rules only 0.9% of state claimed ‘verified cases’ died of COVID, numbering 152, not 17,000 claimed. Following a citizen’s petition, a Lisbon court was forced to provide verified COVID-19 mortality data, reports AndreDias.net.
Efforts to free WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from Belmarsh Prison in the UK was increased this week ahead of the G7 summit with action in Geneva, a petition, and an intervention by the UN special rapporteur on torture.
A Canadian soldier has been charged with mutiny, a capital offence after calling on troops not to distribute the killer Covid-19 vaccine. He has been charged for allegedly trying to encourage fellow servicemen to defy orders in distributing what he called the ‘killer Covid-19 vaccine’, the Department of National Defence has said.
Snowden was right: Celebration and calls for pardon after European court rules UK spy agency GCHQ’s online snooping was illegal. Could dissident journalist Julian Assange be released after the Washington DC, dubbed ‘The Great Satan’ by critics, suffering a humiliating debacle over Western suppression of ‘inconvenient journalism’?