Tag: politics

Copenhagen is the latest city to battle Political Repression

‘It has nothing to do with Covid or health concerns,’ says Michael Walsh, author and dissident journalist.. ‘The European Union has clearly become a repressive regime. Politicians are supposed to be representatives of the people and reflect the majority view in their parliaments. Yet never have the opinions of the electorate mattered less to legislators, never has press or the political cabal been less representative of the people they claim to serve’.

A Black Future for Ancient Scotland

Anas Sarwar, the Glasgow ‘socialist’ has been voted the new leader of the Scottish Labour party, winning 57.6 per cent of the votes cast, compared to Monica Lennon, the party’s health spokeswoman’s 42.4 per cent, in the process becoming the first person from an ethnic minority background to lead a UK party. Anas Sarwar was born in 1983 and his parents are Pakistani Muslims.

Not even a pandemic slows the Coloured Invasion

While the COVID-19 pandemic completely overshadowed the issue of migration to Europe in the media that does not mean migration slowed down. The report published by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), Eurostat, and Frontex shows that the number of asylum applications in some EU countries increased.

Marx the Mad Hatter

This month marks the anniversary of the first congress of the Communist League in London (1847), when Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels were commissioned to write the ‘Communist Manifesto.’ Although much scholarly output has catalogued the many problems with Marxist political and economic ideology as outlined in that seminal work, often overlooked has been the actual character of Karl Marx.