The German Chancellor was booed and heckled over his Ukraine policy. Germany’s Washington DC-approved chancellor, Olaf Scholz, received an icy welcome at a European Festival organized by his own Social Democratic Party (SPD) on Friday. Scholz was booed and whistled at as he sought to address a festival held in the town of Falkensee, in the German state of Brandenburg, near Berlin.
While foreigners – according to government figures – makeup 14 percent of the population, they account for 50 percent of all gang rapes in Germany. However, as many non-Europeans have been officially co-opted as German nationals the involvement of non-Europeans in crime of all kinds is disproportionately horrendous.
‘Cash is printed freedom’ – 530,000 Austrians demanded the right to cash payments be added to the constitution, but they are being betrayed, says the Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ). A world without cash would lead to financially incapacitated citizens, argues the powerful political contender for state leadership.
Michel Houellebecq says Great Replacement is a fact: ‘I was very shocked that it was called a theory. It’s not a theory, it’s a fact,’ says France’s greatest living author.
After the Spanish left’s crushing defeat in local elections, Pedro Sánchez called for snap elections on July 23. Spain, which has had Europe’s most radical leftist coalition government in recent years, is the latest EU country to shift to the right. Spaniards voted on Sunday, May 28 to elect their regional and municipal assemblies. The results that came out of the ballot boxes do not bode well for Pedro Sánchez’s governing coalition of socialists, far-left populists, and communists.
The Target, an American retailer recently pulled a range of transgender-related products. Target stores in at least three US states have received bomb threats after management removed LGBTQ merchandise following a backlash from conservative shoppers. One message accused the retailer of being cowards who turned their back on the LGBT community.
Drunken US troops were caged for brawling in a Slovakia supermarket and are to be recalled from their posts. The U.S. embassy in Slovakia described the incident as ‘an inexcusable display of disrespect towards the Slovak police and the community’.
The migration policy of Angela Merkel was a disaster, but now the EU is attempting to cope with the consequences of mass immigration through compulsory migrant quotas:
To make ends meet, the wife of Europe’s most successful author and poet washes dishes in a restaurant for €6 an hour. A dissident publisher offered to publish Michael Walsh books but requires a $150 contribution per book publishing cost. Michael appealed for help and received just $20.
Since the beginning of 2023, more than 100,000 asylum applications have been filed in Germany, an increase of 78 percent over the previous year. The massive influx is driving the growth of anti-immigration sentiment across Germany, as French news station Europe 1 reports.