As England weeps over Black footballer millionaires being offended not a thought is given for the ongoing genocide of their own kind by Blacks.
Repressive regimes have mastered the art of magicking the ‘thin blue line’ police service to an out-of-control weaponised mass movement of state police far more repressive than an occupying army.
According to psychiatric reports, the Somali refugee, who in June stabbed three women and injured seven others in Würzburg, Germany, was probably deranged because of his mental health problems and therefore cannot be prosecuted.
Members of the Belgian government, two UN rapporteurs, and several associations have expressed concern about the fate of 450 migrants in Belgium who have been on hunger strike since the end of May. In recent days, some of them have stopped taking fluids. Some are reportedly so exhausted that they are in imminent danger of death.
On Monday, at least 430 migrants crossed the English Channel to reach the UK. That is a new one-day record in modern history. The British Ministry of the Interior informed the public of this news, stating that it is doing everything possible to reduce illegal migration.
Some 114,000 people have rallied across France to denounce what they see as government intrusion into their private lives. The protests were in response to the rollout of Covid-19 certificates and mandatory vaccination plans.
Black looters, using the excuse of the incarceration of former President Jacob Zuma, are laying a trail of violence, arson, assault and damage across KwaZulu Natal, the traditional home of the Zulu people.
Hungary awarded first price in short Documentary „Genozid in Engerau“ („Népirtás Pozsonyligetfalun“)
Hungary awarded first price in short Documentary FW: Auch im Namen der Eltern, Dank an Ungarn für den Film „Genozid in Engerau“ („Népirtás Pozsonyligetfalun“).
It is extremely important that suppressed Atrocities committed by the “Allies” are being exposed to the world.
3 dead after knife-wielding man goes on rampage in Germany’s Wuerzburg (VIDEO)
France is to elect a new president in a year. Because the nation’s political situation is extremely dynamic, opinion polls are being followed more closely than ever before. While it is too early to know whether French President Emmanuel Macron will defend his position, the intermediate picture is also interesting. The survey results are a good indication of how much France has changed in the 21st century.