Henry Ford; one of the 20th Century’s great industrialists: ‘It is well enough that the people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be revolution before tomorrow morning.’
In a veiled warning to the Brussels-based Eurocrats, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjártó told the bloc’s presidents that if they didn’t get their act together and act in the interests of the peoples of Europe, someone else would.
Everyone wants a clean environment and climate neutrality, as long as they don’t have to pay for it. This would summarise the results of the Swiss referendum in one sentence.
Like a garden slug, the political cult lurking in their Brussels bunkers leave a slime trail behind them wherever they wander. The EU economy is in such dire straits, even Germany and France would be barred from joining their own club.
Employment data shows that it is a myth that immigration to France (and Europe) has economic benefits, French author and academic Jean-Paul Gourévitch said in an interview with Radio Sud.
The desperate mayors of 15 Dutch cities, including Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht and The Hague, are calling for a national recovery plan to curb the emergence of parallel societies in migrant communities in the Netherlands. The mayors’ proclamation was published online by the Dutch daily Algemeen Dagblad under the title ‘Bridge the gap’.