THE EU IS STARTING TO CRUMBLE. Brussels is hyper-anxious and on red on alert as momentum surges for Eurexit, a coalition of national unity for a Europe of sovereign but mutually cooperative groups from SIX (and growing) EU countries.
Marine Le Pen, leader of the French National Rally party, has indicated that her first decision in the event she is elected president following upcoming elections would be to hold an immigration referendum. Border control and tax reform aimed at easing the pressure on the middle classes would also be priorities.
The Italian judiciary has accused three (Privately Funded Non-Government Organisations (NGO) that ferry illegal migrants from pre-arranged pick-up points of cooperating with people’s smugglers from Libya.
Late last week, the assault on the rising Alternative for Germany (AfD) ethno-nationalist mainstream party continued. The federal executive committee of the Gewerkschaft der Polizei (GdP), one of Germany’s largest police unions, declared that simultaneous membership in the Alternative for Germany Party (AfD) and the police union (GdP) was incompatible. Problem: No union membership could lead to a loss of career.
The Daily Mail’s travel section once invited readers to identify the world’s most beautiful country. The surprising but obvious choice was Latvia. The nation dubbed ‘The Canada of Europe’ recovered its independence from the Soviet Bloc in August 1991. The Latvians right to take care of their affairs ended when their small but beautiful nation was coerced into joining the European Union Bloc in 2004.
Actress Corinne Masiero disrobed on stage during a French awards ceremony, exposing the audience to her anger over the government’s cynical closure of cinemas and other cultural institutions amid the so-called ‘gravy train for politicians’ Covid-19 crisis.
The Polish Ministry of Justice has developed a bill that will deprive lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people of opportunity to adopt and adopt children. The country has already banned adoption for same-sex couples, but the ban can be circumvented if one future parent applies. Now the Polish authorities want to deprive LGBTIQ people of this opportunity as well.
On March 11, 1818 was born Marius Petipa – French and Russian ballet dancer, choreographer, actor, theatrical figure and teacher.
Culture and art in the German Third Reich achieved an unprecedented and incomparable level of perfection. Porcelain of the Third Reich includes ceramics inspired and created by craftsmen of a standard that are unlikely to be experienced ever again.
An Afghan man in his 20s was gunned down by cops after a bloody knife attack in the Swedish town of Vetlanda that left seven people injured. The assassin has been arrested on suspicion of several cases of attempted murder, but bizarrely not charged with terrorism.