EMMANUEL MACRON has been forced into a humiliating U-turn after mass protests sparked over the introduction of the controversial ‘health pass’ on Saturday.
Some 114,000 people have rallied across France to denounce what they see as government intrusion into their private lives. The protests were in response to the rollout of Covid-19 certificates and mandatory vaccination plans.
The judge said that Margaret Buttimer ‘has disregarded the rights to health and safety of those who work in frontline retail’. A 66-year-old grandmother has been jailed for 90 days by a judge who said she had shown scant regard for the safety of others when refusing to wear a face mask in shops.
According to the Center for Fundamental Rights, the main question in the series of debates on the future of the European Union is what direction Europe should take among the member states: ‘towards a community that seeks to create a United States of Europe or a nation-based organization that respects them’?
The court ruling, a devastating blow to the Madrid-based regime of Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez’s far-left regime, is in shock. The PSOE (Socialist Workers) government could face calls for compensation far more than the European Union could afford. The ruling will send shock waves through other EU globalist-minded nations. Leftist France and Italy are border neighbours of long-suffering Spain.
Rising concern at the media promoted pandemic is a smokescreen to cover the emergence of a superstate controlled by an unelected handful of powerful men who before pouncing on the public bought up politicians and media barons.
Spanish teacher suspended for stating that there are only two genders.
“It’s as if they punished me for claiming that the world is round,” Spanish biology teacher Jesus Luis Barron Lopez commented on his suspension
Santiago Abascal signs together with Viktor Orbán, Marine Le Pen, Jaroslaw Kaczyński, Georgia Meloni and Matteo Salvini a document to stop the federalist drift of the European Union into a globalist dictatorship.
As a child, Yeonmi Park fled North Korea with her mother when she was 13-years-of-age in 2007. The pair of genuine refugees fell into the hands of Chinese traffickers and later escaped to Mongolia. Park said that she had to walk across the Gobi Desert before reaching South Korea.
The complaint for crimes against humanity before the International Criminal Court expanded to include natural persons with names and surnames among those reported.