Across Europe, North America, Australian and New Zealand, the White people treated with greater disdain than the kaffirs (Blacks) in apartheid South Africa are increasing bitter about their being denied democracy.
Despite media reports to the contrary, Hungary does not stand alone among EU member states, according to Hungary’s senior legislator.
You know you have a state-compliant media when the questions you want to be asked are never asked. Questions that can have only one answer that doesn’t fit government spin are never asked by journalists. Often as in this story, the wording of government replies to a question is intended to be unclear and couched in terms 99 per cent of even educated Britons are unfamiliar with.
Nearly 200 Germans died and thousands were left homeless in floods in July, but predominantly criminal foreigners took advantage of their misery to enrich themselves. There were news reports about isolated looting and robberies during the deadly German floods that killed an estimated 182 people and led to billions in damage, but only now are details about who exactly was involved in the crimes is now coming to light.
A Swedish MP has said his country is starting to look like a war zone after a city and town saw explosions during the night, with one death reported, amid a gang-crime epidemic in the once-peaceful nation.
The Taliban are openly encouraging those deserting their country to return to the land of their fathers, especially those who have been slated for deportation from the European Union. Where there was evidence of complicity with the murderous forces of repressive illegal occupation there would be trials.
Europe’s most successful prime minster believes that the migration crisis can be ended and the tide reversed only by the decision making coming from elected assemblies which unlike the heads of the EU can be replaced by betrayed citizens.
Over the next 15 years, long-term Russian gas supplies to Hungary will avoid transit through Ukraine, a key point behind Monday’s agreement reached by the Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó and Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller in St. Petersburg.
The Austrian Chancellor explained that the migration flows since 2015 have already brought anti-Zionism, homophobia, and people ‘who are not exactly upholding women’s rights’ in Europe.
During a cabinet council meeting involving top Polish politicians in the Warsaw presidential palace, President Andrzej Duda referred to claims in the public sphere that there could be mandatory vaccinations against the coronavirus in Poland. He noted that parents are worried that children will be forced to get vaccinated.