Poland’s GDP growth is breaking the country’s previous records, with strong economic data pointing to the country’s continued expansion, according to Statistics Poland (GUS). GUS reported that Polish GDP has increased by 1.9 percent year-to-year in the second quarter of 2021. This is a significant improvement compared to the first quarter, which saw Poland suffer a 0.9 percent decrease year-to-year.
It’s summer but, for many in Madrid, vacations are all about looking at an old photo of the beach. The last time Isolina put a toe in the Mediterranean Sea was three years ago when she spent three days in Valencia. Her family shares a rented apartment in Orcasitas, a Madrid neighbourhood of 23,000.
Due to the Hungarian government’s successfully handling of the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic, the number of those employed in Hungary has reached 4.7 million. Of these fortunate paying low taxes and supporting their families 4.5 million are in the primary labour market, while the number of registered job seekers fell to an extremely low level of 260,000, State Secretary for Employment Sándor Bodó said on Thursday.
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.
At least 72 people have been killed and 1,234 arrested in rioting and looting in South Africa, which started on the weekend in KwaZulu-Natal province and spread to Johannesburg.
Unlike the ‘woke set’, the emerging waking up set who actually work hard for their living and pay taxes notice that they are getting more for less these days. It matters not if you’re an American or European as the corporate supermarkets all sing to the same balance sheet.
The BBC has announced that it is banning White people from applying for its latest fully paid trainee internship. The £18,000 trainee job in Glasgow will only be given to a non-White candidate. Young White people applying will be denied the opportunity on the grounds of race and the colour of their skin.
In its latest EU-wide survey of citizens’ views, the EU’s spring ‘Euro barometer’ will not make for comfortable reading in Brussels. Despite the Eurorats’ usual attempts to extract some positives from the answers to its 29 questions with many possible answers for each, the simple fact is that only 23% of the 27 nation EU citizens said they’re in favour of the EU as it is today.
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.