The European Union has approved eating insects. So far, mealworms and crickets have been allowed to be sold, according to Firstpost, but eight more options remain under consideration. The EU’s unelected two presidents and its 27 steak-eating unelected commissioners said that this decision ‘will have a positive impact on the environment, the health of citizens and the economic situation.’
War has always been big business in the United States. According to the seminal anti-war essay War is a Racket, gunpowder manufacturer Du Ponts saw their profits increase by more than 950% during The Great War.
Washington’s gung-ho presumptions that it rules the world can’t prevent the rise of other powers, an influential establishment journal admits.
For the second time, the Hungarian government wants the names of four Russian oligarchs close to Vladimir Putin removed from the EU sanctions list. Permanent Representative of Poland to the EU Andrzej Sados called such actions ‘incomprehensible and shameful.’ Moreover, now that the tenth package of sanctions against Russia and Belarus is being actively discussed in the EU, Viktor Orbán is preparing the ground for countering them, writes Wirtualna Polska.
Hosted by veteran broadcaster Andrew Carrington Hitchcock, Mike Walsh one of the few surviving initiators of Western White Rights takes to the air for a near-record 100-plus broadcast. Without working from a script, Michael Walsh who first went to the White Rights barricades in 1968, takes a prophetic look at where the mess the West finds itself in will end.
The online retail company’s value plummeted to $299.3 billion from $350.3 billion over the past year, with its rating falling from AAA+ to AAA as consumers evaluate it more harshly in the post-pandemic world, the leading brand valuation consultancy said.
As many go about their daily routine they little realise that censorship and, political correctness is snuffing out the candles of free expression.
Race Hate and Discrimination, Looting and Pillage in Zimbabwe but where are the Anti-Apartheid Movement and the Press Cohorts
The Chinese are looting resources in Zimbabwe while treating locals as second-class citizens. Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa is not taking any action against this, says Centre for Natural Resource Governance (CNRG) Executive Director Farai Maguwu.
Over the past 4 years, British MPs have pocketed £17.1 million working outside of parliament, The Independent writes, citing an investigation by Sky News. However, as parliamentarians are not subject to scrutiny as their ‘subjects’ the figure is thought to be hundreds of millions.
By fuelling the Ukraine conflict and waging a pre-planned economic war against Russia, the US is making Europeans suffer, Pierre de Gaulle, the grandson of former French President Charles de Gaulle, has said.