The American economy is in a depression and we haven’t even entered the worst parts of it.
Here’s another story showing how bad things are. 92 percent of New York City restaurants couldn’t make rent in December.
The French government and likely other EU regimes too announce it will strengthen police patrols ahead of predicted warm weather this weekend in a bid to make sure the rise in temperatures isn’t matched by a surge in Covid cynics returning to real normality.
The legendary Venetian carnival is in full swing – alas, this year it takes place without tourists, online. Details – in the gallery of “Izvestia”.
France’s major trade unions have called for a nationwide strike to protest the government’s measures against COVID-19 over fears the steps will further affect jobs and wages. In Paris, people are holding a protest rally against the Macron regime’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Imagine you’re running a restaurant that struggles to stay open. People come and go; they sit at its terrace tables and read your newspapers. On leaving they congratulate you on your business and some leave a dime on the coffee cup’s saucer.
The far-left George-Soros dependent Alicante City Council in Spain proposes up to six years without a job and salary for the local policeman who refuses to wear a mask.
France is preparing to hold presidential elections in April 2022 that will probably see polarised rivalry between despised President Emanuel Macron and his 2017 opposing Marine Le Pen. Four years ago, the President of the National Rally decisively lost to Macron in the second round.
For as long as Europe has existed the family plot or garden provided sufficient food to feed even large families. The domestic garden gives a household almost total independence from reliance.
Hundreds of restaurants and pubs have re-opened across the Czech Republic, defying the harsh government virus restrictions. The venues have been closed for months and owners, quite rightly, say the restrictions have failed to improve the situation.
The catastrophic loss of human rights and democracy suffered by the peoples of the developed world could end by February 28, 2021 if a new initiative is grasped.