COVID-19: UK employers told forcing staff to have vaccines could be a criminal offence amid warning over ‘no jab, no job’ policies. The government says companies proposing to check the vaccination status of staff ‘will need to consider how this fits with their legal obligations’.
It isn’t Covid striking fear into Europeans; it is the constant danger of being slyly attacked, killed, and injured by a migrant. Fuelled by mainstream media propaganda that inspires a sense of injustice and anti-White hate, migrants on the loose are randomly pushing White people onto rail tracks and into passing traffic.
Overwhelmed by refugees fleeing NATO’s conflicts in North Africa, Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan the patience and tolerance of Europeans have passed the breaking point.
Anti-Repression demonstrators have flooded the streets of cities and towns across France for the third straight week as citizens continue to resist the government’s plan to require a health pass to engage in ordinary activities.
SLOVAK REPUBLIC CENTRAL EUROPE: A proud nation with a population of two Baltic States combined declares a national strike until Covid repression is lifted.
After the revelation that half a million vegans in the UK could be prevented from having to take obligatory workplace vaccinations due to their beliefs being protected by employment law, actor Laurence Fox publicly announced that he now identifies as ‘trans vegan.’
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.
New York City-based investment banking giant Morgan Stanley is excluding ethnic-European males (not females!) from its college-sophomore summer internship program, marking yet another case of systemic anti-white racism in the age of all-powerful global finance.
The Czech Republic’s Supreme Administrative Court (SAC) annulled an order from the Ministry of Health ordering the wearing of respiratory protective equipment indoors or in public transport. The Ministry of Health was given three days by the court to correct the measures to meet the legal conditions.
If elections were held today in Italy, a nationalist movement would have a clear shot at winning. Brothers of Italy has seen massive gains in recent opinion polls inching out the League, the other major right-wing force in the country.