PRAGUE, Oct 9. The electorate on this occasion pulled on their shit-kickers and went after the Reds. Czech voters evicted the communists from parliament on Saturday for the first time since the end of World War Two, voting out a party whose forebears ruled with an iron jackboot the central European nation from 1948 until the Velvet Revolution of 1989 that ushered in democracy.
Santiago Abascal, Italy’s Giorgia Meloni and André Ventura is to form an alliance in defence of Southern Europe against the threat of the Brussels bureaucrats.
In an opinion piece penned last week for the Financial Times, self-described ‘global citizen’ Parag Khanna claimed that the Visegrád countries, (Poland, Hungary, Czechia and Slovakia) which he falsely characterised as fiscally strained, should prepare for ‘demographic replenishment’ by Asians and Arabs to offset their aging populations.
Latvians handed a $46 million bill by the Jewish community for an unproven crime which they did not commit
Latvia grants Israel $46m in holocaust restitution, but says state wasn’t at fault. In the West it is illegal to research, analysis and publish research that suggests the alleged holocaust either never existed or has been grossly exaggerated as a means of claiming ‘compensation’.
BACKGROUND: Brussels unelected Presidents and 27 Commissioners at the bequest of Washington DC launched an all-out war on neighbouring Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko.
Asylum seekers from Afghanistan (and elsewhere) will receive a QR code ‘get out of Covid restrictions gaol’ without their having to be injected with the anti-COVID-19 injection.
The Social Affairs Committee of the French Senate has introduced a bill making the Covid-19 vaccine mandatory for all French citizens from January 1st, 2022. If successful, this would make France the first country in the world to make the jabs compulsory for all citizens.
The Czech Republic last weekend went to the ballots. From that moment onward, everything has pointed to the victory of the Right-wing Together (SPOLU) coalition. Professor Maciej Szymanowski, the director of the Wacław Felczak Polish-Hungarian Cooperation Institute commented on the election results and explained what they will mean for Polish-Czech relations.
There is no question about whether the Austrian chancellor jumped or was pushed when he announced his resignation on Saturday. His coalition partners the Greens have put the knife to Sebastian Kurz’s neck when they have initiated a vote of confidence against the embattled chancellor for Tuesday, which he was almost certainly bound to lose.
As governments around the world begin instituting Covid-19 ‘passports’ which will dictate the level of participation one is afforded within society – regardless of naturally acquired immunity or actual risk to the public from the unvaccinated (considering that the majority of transmission occurs in the home), people have begun to push back against authoritarian tactics to control privileges and push vaccines.