The Police State Police in Brussels wasted no time in scattering protesters and those they claim are illegal partiers from a park, rushing in at breakneck speed in tanker trucks and dousing the demonstrators in water.
The European Commission is facing criticism after posting about the Next Generation plan on Instagram which included a photo featuring a dark-skinned man with a child and the flag of the European Union. ‘Think future,’ states the caption under the picture. Critics are particularly concerned about what they say is the ‘exaggerated effort to include dark-skinned people in European society’.
For years, conservative NGOs and institutes have been working on establishing a counter-balance to the sinister well-organised Soros network. Central Europe is at the forefront of this movement, Tymotheusz Zych, vice-president of the Polish Ordo Iuris Institute for Legal Culture told news and opinion portal Mandiner in an interview.
An ancient tomb, described by archaeologists as ‘untouched’ and ‘highly unusual’ has been discovered on the Dingle Peninsula in Co Kerry, Ireland. The tomb was uncovered in recent days during land improvement works being carried out by a farmer.
Could there be more to the Hitler period of European history than we have so far been given to understand by the media, the intellectuals and pundits who are well paid to do our thinking for us?
Norway’s immigrant population was found to be hit particularly hard by the COVID-19 pandemic in terms of infections and hospitalisations. While overcrowding was previously pointed out as a possible explanation, a new health report has suggested other factors, such as extensive travelling, trips to high-risk areas, and extended families. Now, who could possibly have predicted such a thing?
Italy’s League party, Poland’s Law and Justice (PiS) and Hungary’s Fidesz have joined forces to offer a viable conservative alternative to the European People’s Party which is increasingly abandoning its traditional values, League leader Matteo Salvini said in an interview with news and opinion portal Mandiner after his Budapest meeting with Mateusz Morawiecki and Viktor Orbán.
Over the last one or two decades, the method of thinking and spirituality that has always characterized Europe — and more broadly speaking the entire West — has been in crisis. And this is more important than any other material threat to the Western world. That is why, and for the most part, we can say that the West, if not exactly dead, is in mortal danger.
Julius Caesar got himself captured by pirates and held for ransom when he was twenty-five. Before you feel sorry for him, this was a fairly common practice at the time (75 BCE). His captors required a ransom of 20 talents of silver (about $600,000 in today’s value).
The post-coronavirus Europe will offer a chance to rebuild the continent’s identity, the leader of the Italian League party, Matteo Salvini told journalists in an online interview on Tuesday.