A leading figure in Alternative for Germany, tipped for historical triumph in a German election this week, Gunnar Beck is confronting the EU’s deeply dangerous migration pact before it’s enacted under cover of a feel-good summer.
In our post-revolutionary world, the entire month of June is now dedicated to massive parades, festivals, and corporate genuflection at the altar of expanding panoply of sexual perversity.
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’.
On May 17, there was a mad rush for the Spanish border by nearly 10,000 African benefit bandits clamouring for access to benefits, housing and healthcare provided by Europe’s taxpayers. Many ‘children’ a euphemism for anyone under the age of 35-years took part in the assault on Spain’s frontiers.
Two active-duty soldiers with the Queen’s elite Coldstream Guards have been charged with conspiracy to sell ammunition. One of the accused is the first-ever black man to reach the top enlisted soldier rank in the force.
Ethnic Europeans wishing to relocate to neighbouring EU countries face such formidable bureaucratic challenges that few attempts to do so. Spain, for instance, once second home for as many as 3 million Brits, is scheduled to lose them all because of resident restrictions ~ on Whites.
Iran’s leadership has mocked the Israeli regime. The tone suggests that if Israel (occupied Palestine 1948) surrenders to stone-throwing children then what chance the Israelis have got against 2,500 years old Persia (Iran).
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.
Microsoft’s president warned that life portrayed in George Orwell’s 1984 could be a reality in 2024 if lawmakers don’t protect us from artificial intelligence. In an interview with the BBC’s Panorama program, Brad Smith said the rapidly advancing technologies will be difficult to catch up.