Talk about cultural appropriation? Has there ever been a regime more virulently racist and breathtakingly hostile to an ethnic group, in this case, ethnic-European, than that of the liberal-left. It is tantamount to Blacks hating their own kind and working to mock, marginalise and exterminate every one of some or all African blood.
Maria Andrejczyk decided to give up her medal to pay for the surgery of a baby boy who is suffering from a serious heart ailment.
The Baltic Way (Chain of Freedom) was a peaceful political demonstration that occurred on 23 August 1989. Approximately two million people joined their hands to form a human chain spanning 675 km (419 miles) across the three Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, which at the time were occupied by the Soviet Union.
The traditional holiday in Aglona, the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is the most important annual event in the life of Catholics in Latvia. Many devotees embark on the pilgrimage and even go by foot to the shrine held annually on 14 and 15 August.
The unforeseen consequences of NATO’s rout and retreat from Afghanistan hot on the heels of their being expelled from Iraq and Syria is concentrating collective minds across Western and Central Europe. As the EU disintegrates and awareness that NATO defence is a risible fantasy more and more nations are seeking non-EU/US alliances.
Poland’s GDP growth is breaking the country’s previous records, with strong economic data pointing to the country’s continued expansion, according to Statistics Poland (GUS). GUS reported that Polish GDP has increased by 1.9 percent year-to-year in the second quarter of 2021. This is a significant improvement compared to the first quarter, which saw Poland suffer a 0.9 percent decrease year-to-year.
It is a bit late to be celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day but such is the Irish presence on the world stage it seems every day is an occasion for an Irish celebration. Despite being one of the world’s smallest nations the Irish presence punches well above its weight.
Where is democracy and rule of law most prominent, Budapest or Brussels? ‘What a question!’ would be the response of both the mainstream media and the majority of EU MEPs. After all, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has been demonised for years and like his anti-globalist neighbour Belarus President Lukashenko portrayed by the gutter Press as a dictator. Our comparison makes it clear that the facts show just the opposite.
‘People often suffer from ideological intoxication; some even lose their sanity. There was a similar ideological intoxication in communist times, but I think many at the time were just pretending to be poisoned. Now, this intoxication is much more dangerous, because it is not imposed by force, it is gently and imperceptibly instilled – through the media, the public sphere, social networks. Therefore, many perceive these ideological dogmas as their own. Unfortunately, not all people are capable of analysis and understanding, ‘a professor at the University of Latvia, Dr. hist. Harijs Tumans. He is one of the founders of the Latvian Men’s Association. Today – an interview with Hariju Tumanu.
In a Walmart parking lot in Eagle Point, Oregon, 28-year-old cowboy Robert Borba stopped a would-be bike thief armed with little more than a lasso. Steve Hartman went “On The Road” to meet the the man who roped in a perpetrator.