Question being asked, how does the public inoculate itself against the toxic effects of a bite from a rabid regime? QUOTE: ‘They will not be allowed to enter a store without a ‘passport’. Tough Antique Restrictions Entered into Force in Lithuania.
UKRAINE is the largest country in Europe with its unique Slavic culture pivotal to the Aryan branch of the Teutonic and Celtic family of ethnicities. Ironically, the only period during the 20th Century when Ukraine blossomed to its potential was during the Brezhnev era and onwards.
Apart from a shocking pandemic in business closures, hunger and unemployment, and a contagion of soaring deaths through undiagnosed illnesses and the collapse of healthcare systems, population displacement is increasing at an alarming rate.
It’s summer but, for many in Madrid, vacations are all about looking at an old photo of the beach. The last time Isolina put a toe in the Mediterranean Sea was three years ago when she spent three days in Valencia. Her family shares a rented apartment in Orcasitas, a Madrid neighbourhood of 23,000.
It is a bit late to be celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day but such is the Irish presence on the world stage it seems every day is an occasion for an Irish celebration. Despite being one of the world’s smallest nations the Irish presence punches well above its weight.
If you get to Spain this summer, watch your tongue. A careless word construed as sympathetic to General Francisco Franco, who despite Washington DC sanctions successfully ruled Spain from his victory in the country’s civil war (1936-9) until his death in 1975 could land you with a fine.
DESTROYING CROPS – SHORTAGE OF FOOD NEXT!
Ernst Roets, a South Africa civil rights activist issued a warning for the people of the United States as globalism and far-left racial politics rise to prominence in both nations.
Black looters, using the excuse of the incarceration of former President Jacob Zuma, are laying a trail of violence, arson, assault and damage across KwaZulu Natal, the traditional home of the Zulu people.
At least 72 people have been killed and 1,234 arrested in rioting and looting in South Africa, which started on the weekend in KwaZulu-Natal province and spread to Johannesburg.