From September 25 Italy, the EU’s third most powerful economy will have a Fascist government. Italy’s political heavyweight Silvio Berlusconi, who was the country’s prime minister for four terms, has announced that he’ll run for Senate in the snap election next month.
Devotees to political correctness would be horrified should they chance upon the racism inherent in every remark made by Cecil Rhodes (1853-1902).
Documents containing information that the beleaguered authorities intend to appeal to the people with a request to save electricity were at the disposal of the British media, writes The Independent. At the same time, British politicians would like people to reduce their consumption in a natural way due to rising prices.
Prime Minister contender Rishi Sunak and his wife: It now comes to light that Rishi Sunak’s wife was part owner of Lava Mayfair Club Ltd (a private membership gym), which collapsed last year owing almost £44million to creditors, including £374,000 to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Rishi Sunak MP, one of the men trying to become prime minister and Leader of the Conservative Party, as well as perhaps the strongest voice insisting that the extra £20 a week to those on Universal Credit must be cut, is one of the richest men in the country. In fact, Rishi Sunak is the front runner and likely to be Britain’s next prime minister.
The State Duma Committee on Information Policy will hold an open discussion of initiatives related to the prohibition of propaganda of non-traditional values in autumn. The head of the committee, Alexander Khinshtein, wrote about this on his Telegram channel.
Former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych published an appeal to the citizens of Ukraine. He urged them to decide whether they want to ‘keep what they have or fight to the last Ukrainian.’ (and lose everything). He also called the current American-installed regime in Kyiv ‘inexperienced and adventurous.’
In the United Kingdom, traffic recently stalled on several busy motorways due to a fuel price protest organized by motorists. They deliberately slowed down and even played football on the roadway to attract the attention of the Westminster regime and force it to solve the problem of rising fuel prices, according to The Times.
MICHAEL WALSH: Through my 55 years of political activity, I have consistently spoken in favour of excluding politicians from the parliaments of the Western powers. The principle of politicians is so deeply ingrained my stance has been likened to removing blood from the human body to make it more efficient.
BRITAIN set to destroy unwanted PPE equipment losing €4 billion according to a report issued by the Public Accounts Committee issued on June 10. However, critics note that the ruling elite that invested in these unnecessary products profited enormously from their investment in the manufacture and distribution of the PPE equipment. The profits will not be returned to the taxpayer.