Britain’s Westminster regime has slammed the actions of hundreds of protesters who gathered outside the London School of Economics, attacked and screamed abuse at Israel’s ambassador to the UK, Tzipi Hotovely, who’d attended a debate at the institution.
The construction of border fences has proven to be the only effective way to stop the waves of illegal migration, so it is absurd that the European Union is still unwilling to finance it, Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said on Monday.
WHO admits the war on Covid has failed. But thanks to those who gave it a shot those who didn’t give it a shot emerge from the eternal virus as the ‘we told you so’ winners.
One undeniable outcome of the pandemic is that the public’s faith in scientific and medical authorities is perhaps at its lowest point in living memory, and no objective observer can truly be surprised.
The original headline reads, ‘Minister wants to ban unvaccinated people from praying in churches of Latvia.’ The term Church is exclusively a Christian place of worship. Furthermore, what is a Lithuanian minister doing even commenting on Latvian religious needs?
German newspaper Berliner Zeitung has published a report seeking to answer why an ‘unusually large number of professional and amateur soccer players have collapsed recently.’
Thousands of ethno-nationalist Ukrainian nationalists have taken to the streets in Kiev on the country’s Defenders Day, a public holiday, under the flags of the Azov and Right Sector nationalist organisations, among others. Video
Three different coronavirus shots dubbed genocide-jabs, those mainly sponsored by Western regimes in the US and Europe, have shown a dramatic decline in effectiveness over time, a study of nearly 800,000 Americans reveals.
Robin Aitken says there is an acceptable and polite view of world events that is dominated by media liberals. The former BBC employee warns that we must all be suspicious of the hidden persuaders that operate in all forms of news.
Seething from constant EU provocations, sanctions, threats and failed attempts to overthrow Europe’s most popular president, Belarus leader Alexander Lukashenko is opening the gate of Europe in a tit-for-tat riposte at Brussels and Warsaw.