Although Swedish, Danish and French politicians have woken to the dangers posed by the suicidal support for the migrant invasion, Germany’s ‘vote for Jekyll get Hyde’ politicians demand migrants for Germany’s Christmas.
Revenge for the EU not conceding to Brexit demands? A chronicle of Covid-chaos is let off the lead as thousands of fleeing passengers at London’s Heathrow Airport scrambled onto the last flight to Dublin, Ireland. France, Germany, Israel, El Salvador, Bulgaria, the Netherlands, Italy, Finland, Denmark, Turkey, Morocco, Canada, Belgium, Austria, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Ireland have banned all flights from Britain.
At Rome Termini train station, it’s a hot pre-Christmas time. Italians are trying to hop on the last train in order to have time to leave for the holidays. These are the last days of more or less free movement around the country.
The Conservatives have announced that they have officially cancelled Christmas pantomimes, the switching on of Christmas lights and even the traditional Nativity school play. These are just a few of the festivities cancelled. They are even mandating how many of our friends and family members can share Christmas dinner in our own homes, even who we can and cannot hug.
The Westminster swamp has failed to publish any information about £4bn of Covid-related contracts awarded to private companies, in what appears to be a on-going breach of UK law.
Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock’s family has been awarded a £5.5 million contract for COVID-19 mobile testing units, Byline Times can reveal. The Government yesterday published details of the deal, awarded to EMS Healthcare, based in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire.
Last year, Germany lost 270 thousand of its citizens who went abroad, Die Welt reports. And these are mainly young and educated personnel. The emigration of Germans fleeing Merkel’s globalist regime is of particular importance against the background of the excess in the number of deaths in Germany over the number of births, the German newspaper notes.
There was no hard evidence that England’s provocative 10 pm curfew prevented coronavirus from spreading, Sir Patrick Vallance has admitted.
MICHAEL WALSH SPECIAL REPORT. With its staggering $692 billion defence budget the U.S arms industry constitutes 43% of the world’s military expenditure. This is not far behind the value of Britain and Russia’s combined export trade. The financial resources and political clout exercised by this military behemoth’s lobbying apparatus dwarf many national interests and economies. These conglomerates, like the pharmaceuticals industries, are far more powerful and influential than are many governments.
Former Russian President and Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev announced the overload of the social security system of citizens due to migrants.