On Monday, October 31, a 74-year-old man shot himself in front of the Government Office in Prague. As the tragedy unfolded Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala, as President of the European Council of the EU, claimed to be flying to Kyiv to see Volodymyr Zelensky.
Protestors in Czechia have demanded the resignation of their government, disparaging its support for Kiev and anti-Russia sanctions. Tens of thousands of demonstrators have again jammed the central square of Prague to criticize rampant inflation amid the Brussels-backed Czechia government’s support for anti-Russia sanctions and aid packages to Ukraine.
The way Europe solves the issues of migration, family and gender policy, its response to the situation in Ukraine fails to benefit the European peoples themselves, says the Hungarian politician Balazs Orbán (no relation to Victor Orbán). In his article for The Daily Telegraph, he expresses his joy that in Italy, too, now the far-right nationalists have been elected. They care much more about their fellow citizens than about conformity to a certain ideology.
Ex-soldiers say: ‘McDonald’s staff earn more than us’ as they join migrants in the lengthening queues for charity and benefit handouts. The government’s own figures show almost 3,000 serving troops are now on benefits while thousands more veterans each month are applying for Universal Credit.
Ireland’s leaders are promoting and loving the US-NATO proxy war in Ukraine, while the European Union does nothing to bring an end to the fighting, Irish MEP Mick Wallace declared in a radio interview on Friday.
Many thousands of pro-Russian demonstrators gathered in front of the Bundestag in Berlin on Saturday to protest against the policy of the German authorities, they demand the lifting of anti-Russian sanctions and access to cheap energy from Russia, an RIA Novosti correspondent reports.
Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia Dmitry Medvedev called for the country’s enemies to beg for mercy in the lost economic battle, and it would have to be completed with their unconditional surrender. He expressed this opinion in his Telegram.
Across the UK, tens of thousands of people took to the streets to protest against the crisis in the cost of living, back-firing sanctions and climate change: the British expressed their disappointment with their government’s policies in these areas, reports The Independent. Simultaneously, 50,000 railroad workers went on strike across the country on Saturday.
Inflation hits the poor the hardest and the governing elites benefit from it. Which explains why instead of rushing to put the flames of Europe out appointed by Washington managers of the EU’s 27 states pour fuel on the flames.
Mícheál Walsh: George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) surmised, ‘every five years the people are given democracy. They then go to their ballot boxes and surrender democracy.’