Tag: protests

I refuse to become a minority in my own country

Since the government forced ban on the Génération Identitaire (Generation Identity) movement in March, the French regime has been increasing the number of legal proceedings against its youthful activists. The state’s targeting of these campaigners raises fears that anyone campaigning against mass immigration policies and illegal immigration, even by peaceful means, could face increasingly repressive legal intimidation, effectively forbidding criticism and political protest on a topic many Europeans and the French are increasingly concerned with.

The Rise of the Sun Wheel

In the late 1970s, the then STAR newspaper described Michael Walsh as ‘Britain’s most dangerous man’. Unless one can identify with the mindset of a far-left journalist it is impossible to figure out why such an extreme expression.

Black Looting Matters

Black Lives Matter is raising money on our dead sons’ names, cries cheated parents of victims. The crisis comes as the organisation’s founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors is facing accusations of financial thieving from supporters as well as its own members. Cullors insist the accusations are a right-wing attempt to discredit her, but she would wouldn’t she.

Canadian Soldier charged with Covid mutiny

A Canadian soldier has been charged with mutiny, a capital offence after calling on troops not to distribute the killer Covid-19 vaccine. He has been charged for allegedly trying to encourage fellow servicemen to defy orders in distributing what he called the ‘killer Covid-19 vaccine’, the Department of National Defence has said.