Tag: lockdown

The world’s most beautiful nation sucked into the EU swamp

The Daily Mail’s travel section once invited readers to identify the world’s most beautiful country. The surprising but obvious choice was Latvia. The nation dubbed ‘The Canada of Europe’ recovered its independence from the Soviet Bloc in August 1991. The Latvians right to take care of their affairs ended when their small but beautiful nation was coerced into joining the European Union Bloc in 2004.

Cops Unleash Hell in the Hague

Whilst State-dependent mainstream media focuses its cameras and sends its news teams to cover anti-government protests in Myanmar (formerly Burma) in South-East Asia, state repression in the European Union goes without press comment or condemnation.

Out of Control Cops more fearful than an Occupying Army

Leaving victor’s propaganda aside, during the World war II occupation of Europe, both German and national police forces behaved impeccably. This was true from Ukraine to the Occupation of Britain (The Channel Islands), France, and Norway to Russia. Life continued as normal, police were approachable and the peoples of the various nations went about their lives as usual.

No end to the unemployment curve

The first wave of the Covid pandemic eliminated over six million jobs across the EU, particularly impacting sectors dominated by temporary contractors, young people and female employees, according to a study conducted by an EU agency. However, this figure is not inclusive and could be double the 6 million claimed.