Feb 06 08:19

Hungarian Prime Minister: UN Migration Compact ‘Looks Like It Was Copied from the Soros Plan’ for Mass Migration

Hungary’s Viktor Orbán has blasted the “dangerous” new United Nations Global Compact on Migration, saying it bears the fingerprints of billionaire open borders campaigner George Soros.

“Principles are being formulated which, for example, raise the possibility of lighter penalties for illegally crossing borders, or propose that every country in the world simplifies and accelerates administrative procedures – in other words that we reduce the screening of foreigners who want to enter into our countries – or that NGOs should participate in these procedures,” the conservative heavyweight explained in an interview with Kossuth Rádió.

“Well, Hungary has had some rather bad experiences with NGOs: the bogus civil society organisations dealing with migration all eat out of George Soros’s hand,” he added.

“By the way, what we know about the text today – as it hasn’t yet been officially released – looks as if it was copied from the Soros Plan: in spirit it’s exactly the same.”

Feb 06 08:11

New anti-Brexit party to be launched in UK with inspiration and help from France

A new political party inspired by Emmanuel Macron's En Marche movement and supported by some of his French MPs is being launched in the UK. Its aim is to reverse Brexit.

The launch of the new movement called Renew had been kept under wraps in the UK, but word has got out in France where MPs from Macron's En Marche party have been offering advice and support.

Renew will officially be launched next week, according to France Info radio, but the movement already has its own website at

Feb 06 07:42

What's brewing? British, American, Canadian Advisers Arrive In Donbass

Citing intelligence sources, the representative of Donetsk, Eduard Basurin, has stated that British instructors have arrived in the Donbass, at the locations of the Ukrainian Forces.

"In the area of 93rd separate mechanized brigade in the vicinity of the city of Volnovaha, a group of foreign instructors has arrived - led by a representative of the Armed Forces of the United Kingdom, for the purpose of training of Ukrainian servicemen on how to carry out sabotage and subversive activities," said Basurin.

"In addition to the British, from February 5th to the 9th, a delegation of the US military will join the Brits. They will assess the expenditure of funds that Washington has allocated to the army."

The DPR stressed that rotation of the Ukrainian military has been completed>>>

Feb 05 08:34

ITALY ELECTION WARNING: Eurosceptics seek major gains amid growing anger with Brussels

ALL EYES are on Italy with a month to go before crunch elections with Eurosceptic candidates cashing in on the country's growing resentment at its treatment at the hands of European Union bosses.

Feb 05 08:22

German FM: The Holocaust Was Carried Out by Us ‘And Nobody Else’

The Times of Israel reports: BERLIN — Germany’s foreign minister said Saturday that Germany and only Germany was responsible for the Holocaust as it sought to reassure Poland that Berlin would condemn distortions of history such as descriptions of Nazi camps in occupied Poland as “Polish concentration camps.”

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"No, no, NO! Poland is guilty! You are ALL guilty! You must ALL give us your money!!!" -- Nodding Yahoo

Feb 04 11:53

French Diversity In All Its Glory

Feb 04 11:07

US Sanctions, Baffled Russians, Hot Air and History – The Saker

The paradox: US sanctions – a blessing in disguise?

Now that the the US Treasury has released this “list of marked individuals” (and their families, relatives or associated corporate entities) for potential, unspecified, future sanction, who do you think will freak out most, the Eurasian Sovereignists or the Atlantic Integrationists?

What is absolutely certain is that this latest move by the US is, again, a dream come true for Putin and his supporters, especially right before the elections.

Feb 04 08:43

Italy: Teen Girl 'Chopped Into Pieces By Nigerian Migrant,' Man Goes On Shooting Spree 'Targeting Migrants' Days Later

The blood of these victims is on the hands of the politicians who opened their nation's borders.

Feb 03 21:30

African migrants injured in Italian drive-by attack days after Nigerian accused of murder

A lone gunman has targeted foreigners in a series of drive-by shootings in a central Italian city, wounding six people, before being arrested.

Italy's interior minister Marco Minniti said the gunman had been motivated "by racial hatred" and had "a background of right-wing extremism with clear references to fascism and Nazism".

The shootings came days after the murder in Macerata of 18-year-old Pamela Mastropietro, whose dismembered remains were found on Wednesday in two suitcases.

A judge on Saturday confirmed the arrest of the main suspect, identified as a 29-year-old Nigerian.

The man arrested for carrying out the shootings was identified as Luca Traini, a 28-year-old Italian with no previous record.

He had run for town council on the anti-migrant Northern League's list in a local election last year in Corridonia, the party confirmed, but its mayoral candidate lost the race.

Feb 03 11:43

PEOPLE POWER: 1000s sign petition to force Government NOT to cave in to EU Brexit demands

THOUSANDS of frustrated Leave voters have signed a petition calling for the UK to exit the EU without a transition deal after the bloc set out its terms this week, demanding the country is subject to Brussels laws for the two-year period.

Feb 03 06:01

Hungarian mass honoring Nazi ally canceled after Jewish protests

A Budapest church has called off a memorial mass it was planning to hold in honor of a former Hungarian leader and Nazi ally on Saturday - International Holocaust Remembrance Day - after protests from Hungarian Jews and the World Jewish Congress. Parliament's deputy speaker who is member of the ruling Fidesz party of Prime Minister Viktor Orban, had been due to speak at the event called in memory of interwar Governor Miklos Horthy. The planned ceremony for Horthy, an admiral who led Hungary for 24 years until 1944, and handed over hundreds of thousands of Jews to the Nazis, triggered strong objections from Jewish organizations. With the WJC declaring it a provocative measure honoring an "unabashed anti-semite", the Budapest church which had organized the Catholic ceremony, canceled the event on Thursday.

Feb 03 05:49

Poland's Senate passes controversial Holocaust bill

"whoever accuses, publicly and against the facts, the Polish nation, or the Polish state, of being responsible or complicit in the Nazi crimes committed by the Third German Reich … shall be subject to a fine or a penalty of imprisonment of up to three years".

Feb 02 13:32

#120db – European Women Unite to Stop the Wave of Sexual Abuse by Migrant Men

Waking Times

With every major event in our world, there is always a side of the story that always brushed under the rug of public awareness for political reasons. For years we’ve been hearing about the mass migration of millions of Muslims into all corners of Europe, and heard the divisive arguments for and against allowing this to occur.

Feb 02 11:07

NATO warships looking for opportunity to break Crimea's defence

It should be noted that the Duncan destroyer and the Gaziantep frigate have reserve places for Mk.41 vertical take-off missile launchers. These are unified installations that can be used to launch Tomahawk cruise missiles.

It is also necessary to take into account the growing activity of US aerial reconnaissance. Several days ago, officials with the US Department of Defence accused a Russian pilot of a dangerous, as they believe, manoeuvre, when the pilot approached a reconnaissance aircraft of the US Air Force.

A Russian Su-27 approached EP-3 Aries reconnaissance aircraft of the US Air Force in neutral airspace over the Black Sea. The Russian fighter jet manoeuvred at close range in various positions, being "five feet" (1.5 m) from the right wing of the EP-3. Such manoeuvres are unsafe, officials with the 6th US Fleet said. The Pentagon was so impressed with the manoeuvre it has published five videos of the incident.

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Looks as though NATO is playing piccador here, and is spoiling for a fight; so I strongly caution NATO to please be very careful what it wishes for, in its aggressive behaviour against the Russian military.

Feb 02 10:26

EU to veto Brexit if Theresa May fails to protect citizens’ rights, Brussels sources say

EU diplomats are threatening to veto any Brexit deal if Theresa May doesn’t backtrack on her “shameful” plans to deprive EU citizens of free movement rights during a transition period, it has been claimed.

Speaking to reporters on Wednesday during a three-day trip to China, the prime minister left audiences baffled when she seemed to suddenly toughen her stance on EU migrants. May said she wanted to make it “clear” that EU citizens arriving after the UK effectively drops out of the EU – set for March 2019 – will be treated differently from those who are already settled.

Resisting the much-spread idea that nothing would change post-Brexit, May said: “What we’re doing now is doing the job that the British people asked the government to do, which is to deliver on Brexit.” She added: “In doing that they did not vote for nothing to change when we come out of the EU.”

Feb 02 10:17

Europe Cries “Never Again” As It Repeats History of Censorship And Euthanasia

Op-Ed by Brandon Turbeville

After Europe’s tragic experience during the second world war at the hands of Nazis, many Europeans have prided themselves as being the tip of the spear of “tolerance,” “anti-racism,” and “liberal” policies. Though the horrors of the Soviets and Communism are rarely mentioned, the horrors of Hitler are repeatedly bashed upon the heads of Europeans with the requisite collective guilt and trained need to atone for the crimes their grandparents and great grandparents were allegedly responsible for. Of course, the older generation was simply cannon fodder for the great powers of their time and it was the same power structures and elitists maintaining their positions today that were responsible for the horrors on all three sides but still the general public is viewed as responsible for the atrocities committed in their name, despite risking their lives for even speaking out in dissent at the time.

Feb 02 09:14

In German GroKo talks, not much love for Europe

European politicians, intellectuals, think tankers and business leaders have all hailed the hoped-for rebirth of Germany’s “grand coalition” as a game-changer for the EU in recent days.

“La GroKo allemande,” a headline in France’s Libération declared, is “the chance for Macron’s Europe.”

If all goes according to plan, the thinking goes, Germany’s two biggest parties will have agreed to remarry by the end of the weekend, bringing Europe a big step closer to a new dawn, as Berlin seizes the initiative on European reform to lead the Continent forward.

Feb 02 09:03

Holocaust Bill Could 'Whitewash' Crimes Committed by Poles - Chief Nazi Hunter

The Polish Senate has passed legislation that criminalized attempts to link Poland with Nazi crimes. The new bill, awaiting approval, stipulates a three-year prison term for people who mention the Polish nation in context of Nazi-committed wrongdoings.

Feb 02 08:53

WATCH: German Women Launch Campaign Highlighting Increased Violence Against Women as a Result of Mass Migration

A group of German women have launched a campaign called #120db to lend a voice to women who have been physically or sexually attacked as a result of mass migration policies.

The group, which calls itself 120 Decibels after the sound intensity of rape alarms, launched a video this week in which several members list the names of recent victims of violence committed by asylum seekers.

The women in the video reference the recent case of a young girl called Mia, who was stabbed to death by her former asylum seeker boyfriend in the German city of Kandel, as well as Maria Ladenburger, who was raped and killed allegedly by migrant who lied about being underage, and 11-year-old Ebba Akerlund, who was torn in half after being struck by a lorry during the Stockholm terror attack last year.

Feb 02 08:51

Foreign Meddling Into Brexit Revealed

The British Broadcasting Corporation has been branded a “supporter of a foreign organization” working against British interests after new allegations of heavy pro-EU bias in selecting guests for BBC’s TV and radio shows discussing Brexit.

The accusation has been levelled by the former Conservative Party chairman Lord Tebbit in the House of Lords in response to reports by the Institute of Economic Affairs and the think tank Civitas which claim that the ratio of guests on BBC flagship discussion shows over the past years has been heavily skewed towards pro-EU advocates.

Feb 02 08:51

EU to build itself a new £136 million conference centre - and taxpayers will foot the bill

The bloc faces a £13bn budget blackhole a year after Brexit but will still splash out public money on the gleaming new building which officials claim is a "necessity".

According to public tender documents published by the European Commission, the complex will accommodate up to 2,480 speakers and will have 29 meeting and conference rooms, parking, cafeteria and a banqueting room as well as daycare facilities.

Ashley Fox, the leader of Conservative MEPs, said: “I fear it is another example of the EU being irresponsible with public money.

“No one wants to see another unnecessary vanity project in Brussels when the money could be better spent on helping small businesses, research and innovation."

Feb 02 08:50

Switzerland REFUSES to meet EU treaty deadline as defiant Zurich stands up to Juncker

SWITZERLAND is digging its heels in by refusing to meet a European Commission deadline for signing a treaty which would bind the country more closely to its biggest trading partner.

Feb 02 08:50

REVEALED: Why Angela Merkel REALLY opened the borders to Germany - and Europe

ANGELA Merkel welcomed more than one million refugees into Germany during the European migrant crisis to save Berlin from losing millions of euros from a Greece bail out deal, a politics expert has claimed.

Feb 02 08:37

Israel Slams ‘Baseless’ Holocaust Legislation in Poland

Legislation in Poland that would outlaw blaming Poles for the crimes of the Holocaust has prompted swift and furious condemnation from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and Israeli lawmakers across the political spectrum.

The measure, which passed in the lower house of the Polish Parliament on Friday, would make it illegal to suggest Poland bore responsibility for atrocities committed on its soil by Nazi Germany during the occupation in World War II.

“The law is baseless; I strongly oppose it,” Mr. Netanyahu said in a statement on Saturday. “One cannot change history, and the Holocaust cannot be denied.”

Feb 01 13:04

Moscow notes NATO’s increased arms deliveries to Georgia

Moscow notes that NATO countries have considerably intensified armament deliveries to Georgia, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin told TASS after a meeting in Prague with Georgian Prime Minister’s Special Representative for Relations with Russia Zurab Abashidze on Thursday. "We see the intensified activity of the United States and NATO in Georgia. I won’t give any figures but the deliveries of armaments have been stepped up considerably," the Russian diplomat said. "We see the transformation of Vaziani [the Georgian army’s base near Tbilisi] into a quite modern training center for the Georgian regular armed forces. This causes our concern and the concern of our neighbors in Abkhazia and South Ossetia," Karasin said. Responding to a question about the possibility of Georgia’s accession to NATO in the imminent future, Karasin stressed: "Let’s not run ahead and let us remain optimists."

Feb 01 12:48

USA wants to bury Nord Stream 2 project in Europe, but not in Germany. Russia tells the constantly complaining Poland to source its own gas

Washington does not stop its attempts to bury the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline project, which is supposed to transport Russian gas to Europe bypassing Ukraine. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said during his recent visit to Poland that the Nord Stream 2 project represents a threat to the overall security and stability of Europe in the field of energy policy, because the project is part of Russia's plan to monopolise energy supplies. The US Secretary of State made the statement in the Polish capital, and it was not accidental. Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Moravetsky is an ardent adversary of the project. Washington's motives are also understandable: the US is striving to reduce Europe's dependence on Russian natural gas to increase exports of its liquefied gas to the countries of the Old World. Recently, however, ten countries in the EU Council advocated the adoption of a directive that could block the construction of the Russian gas pipeline.

Feb 01 12:22

White death comes to Hungary to kill

Hungarian meteorologists have warned the population of Hungary of the natural phenomenon known as "white death." "White death" designates low temperature winter fog. Scientists from around the world have not been able to find an explanation to the phenomenon, but people traditionally associate it with mysticism. Citizens of Hungary say that "white death" is incredibly beautiful, but tourists should better run away from it not to find themselves in the center of the natural phenomenon. A sharp decline in temperature may lead to lethal outcomes and this may happen both to human being and animals, who fail to escape to warmer places.

Jan 31 13:01

What the Heck Is Italy Doing on Russia's Border?

75 years after Italians froze in the ice of Stalingrad in their tens of thousands, Italian soldiers are back - a 10 minute fighter jet ride from ex-Leningrad (Saint Petersburg). What would happen if some Russian fighter jets Sukhoi Su 35, stationed at Zurich airport (only a ten minute flight from Milan) were to patrol the Swiss/Italian border under the pretext of protecting Switzerland from Italian agression? The entire Italian parliament in Rome would have risen to its feet, immediately requesting diplomatic and military countermeasures. Yet this Parliament, accepts the substance of and without so much as a murmur, the Nato decison to station 8 Italian Eurofighter Typhoon fighter planes at a base located at Amari, Estonia, just a ten minute flight from St Petersburg, to patrol the border with Russia on the pretext of protecting the Baltic countries from “Russian aggression”.

Jan 31 08:24

BBC Brexit BIAS row: Fury over 'two THIRDS of guests on flagship shows being anti-Leave'

THE BBC has been branded a “supporter of a foreign organisation” against British interests after new evidence emerged of its supposed heavy pro-Remain bias in selecting guests.

The accusation by former Tory chairman Lord Tebbit came during question in the House of Lords ahead of a new damning report which shows that two thirds of guests on BBC Question Time and Any Questions over the last two years have been anti-Brexit.

The analysis by the Institute for Economic Affairs follows another report by the thinktank Civitas last week which revealed that between 2005 and 2015 only 132 of the 4,275 guests asked to speak on the Today programme about the EU supported Leaving.

Raising concerns about the whether the BBC is producing EU propaganda rather than balanced coverage, Ukip peer Lord Pearson urged ministers to intervene.

Jan 31 08:17

Poland Signs into Law Anti-Sunday Shopping Legislation, Aims to Give Families More Time Together

New legislation hoping to help Polish families to spend more time together and to give shop workers at least one day’s rest has been signed into law by President Duda, and will come into force in March.

The legislation, worked out by the conservative government and the Solidarity trade union, is expected to draw protests from large Western supermarket chains that are the main target of the law. A large part of their profit is earned on weekends.

Jan 31 08:17

Shock as Merkel’s business leaders rally AGAINST Macron and Juncker’s EU integration plans

ANGELA Merkel’s ongoing attempts to reform a so-called “Grand Coalition” with the Social Democrats (SPD) will ultimately result in a more bureaucratic and less stable European Union, business leaders in Germany have warned.

Jan 31 08:16

Austria’s New Right-Wing Chancellor Backs Hungary, Poland on Migrant Quotas

Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz says he’s positioning his country as a bridge between the “Visegrad group” of eastern European nations and their western counterparts.

Kurz said he agreed with the Visegrad countries – Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia – that a quota system for migrants was unworkable and on the need to strengthen external borders.

Speaking alongside Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Tuesday, Kurz said that “it’s in all of our interests that we work together.”

Orban says Europe’s border-free travel zone can only work with “radical” external border protections like the fence he had constructed.

Jan 30 08:34

Israel embarrassed by its Holocaust-denying allies in Poland

A crisis is brewing between Warsaw and Tel Aviv over a new Polish law criminalizing mention of the role some Poles played in the German genocide of Jews during World War II.

The law passed in the lower house and is expected to pass in the senate and be signed by the president before it takes effect.

From Israel’s perspective, the problem is how to appear sufficiently upset in order to maintain the self-declared Jewish state’s self-appointed role as the guardian of the memory of the millions murdered.

It’s an awkward balancing act since in the 21st century, anti-Semites and even some Holocaust deniers are among Israel’s closest and most fervent allies.

Jan 29 11:57

EU Warns UK It Can Have No Say After Brexit

The European Union has warned Britain that it cannot expect to have a say in EU decision-making once it departs from the bloc, including during a two-year transition period starting from 2019 meant to help smooth the exit.

Jan 29 11:38

Trump’s Foreign Policy Is In Service To Israel

Americans are so totally brainwashed by Israeli propaganda that there is no public restraint on Washington serving Israel’s interest.

Peter Jenkins, a former British ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency, expresses concerns about the decisions of France, Germany, and the UK to appease President Trump on fixing “flaws” in the Iranian nuclear agreement.

Jan 29 09:12


To the honorable and heroic people of Poland: I am impressed and encouraged by the stubborn refusal of the Polish people and parliament to submit to persistent Zionist efforts to incriminate Poland for the Holocaust. These repulsive and shameless efforts, behind which stand powerful Zionist circles in North America, are tantamount to trying to colonize and enslave the collective conscience of the great people of Poland. They seek to make each and every Pole feel guilty, either for imaginary crimes that never occurred, or for crimes Poles never really committed. I am joining the fray because Zionist Jews are lying rather obscenely about crimes against humanity they have been committing (and are committing) in Palestine before our eyes. Hence the question: Couldn’t they likewise lie about crimes that occurred more than seventy years ago.

Jan 29 08:06

Israeli Opposition Calls for Recalling Poland Ambassador Amid Holocaust Bill Row

Israeli opposition leader Isaac Herzog urged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to recall the country’s ambassador to Poland Anna Azari after Polish lawmakers adopted a bill, banning attempts to impose blame upon Poles for crimes against humanity committed by Nazi Germany during World War II, including the mass murder of Jews.

The legislation, approved by the Polish parliament’s lower house on Friday, was condemned by the Israeli leadership, accusing authors of the legislation of attempting to change historical truth. Netanyahu said on Saturday, that he had instructed Azari to hold talks with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki to express Israeli opposition to the law.

"I am calling on Israeli Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to recall the Israeli ambassador to Poland to hold consultations concerning the law adopted by Poland. The law is unacceptable, in our point of view," Herzog, who chairs the opposition Labor Party, said late on Saturday.

Jan 29 08:05

'This is VERY BAD for Macron' Blair reveals how Brexit could HURT French president

TONY BLAIR has said that Emmanuel Macron's presidency will suffer if Europe allows Britain to leave the European Union - as the arch-Remainer used his time in Davos to encourage European leaders to scupper Brexit.

Jan 29 08:04

Sound familiar? Verhofstadt accuses UK of TAKING AWAY EU's power to make their own laws

The strident support of the European Union has complained that the UK was trying to take away the EU's ability to make their own laws.

Speaking at the European Parliament's Environment Committee earlier this week, Mr Verhofstadt warned Britain against meddling in EU laws and standards after Brexit.

Jan 29 07:00

The swamp are stumped by Trump!

This once again proves the Liberal Media’s distortion of reality.

It turns out America’s most “hated” and “racist” President attracts the crowd at DAVOS and get close to a Hero’s welcome at the World Economic Forum, while moving his # America First, # MAGA agenda forward.

It turned out in Saudi Arabia President Trump received the grandest red carpet treatment ever accorded to an American President by the leaders of the Arab and Muslim world.

So, is it President Trump’s leadership or is it America’s role in the world?

Jan 29 06:59

Brexit BOMBSHELL: Lords tell Theresa May her vision is ‘UNACCEPTABLE’

In a blow to the Prime Minister, two groups of peers hit out at Theresa May’s Brexit plan, which aimed to bringing UK laws, regulations and borders back under British control.

The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, which will be debated by peers for the first time on Tuesday, has been heavily criticised in a damning report by the Lords Constitution Committee.

The peers said the Bill was "fundamentally flawed" in multiple ways and risked "undermining legal certainty" - a damning assessment of Mrs May’s Brexit vision.

Meanwhile, a second cross-party panel of peers said the Government's plans to leave the single market could cause energy prices to rise for households across the country

Jan 29 06:56

Donald Trump Urges British PM to Take a 'Tougher' Stance on Brexit

The US president says the British Prime Minister Theresa May should employ a more decisive approach in handling the ongoing Brexit talks with the EU.

Kristian Rouz — President Trump said he would take a more hardline approach to handling the Brexit process if he were the British prime minister, adding the current pace of talks between the UK and EU is insufficiently productive.

"Would it be the way I'd negotiate? No, I wouldn't negotiate it the way it's negotiated," President Trump said. "I would have said that the European Union is not cracked up to what it's supposed to be and I would have taken a tougher stand in getting out."

Jan 28 20:40

European Union 'very unfair' on trade with US, problems may become 'very big', says Donald Trump

The European Union's trade policy with America is "very unfair", President Donald Trump said in an interview to be aired Sunday, warning that his many problems with Brussels "may morph into something very big".

"We cannot get our product in. It's very, very tough. And yet, they send their product to us -- no taxes, very little taxes. It's very unfair," Trump told ITV News in the interview conducted Thursday.
"I've had a lot of problems with (the) European Union, and it may morph into something very big from that standpoint -- from a trade standpoint."

Jan 28 06:24

Poland has had enough of Ukrainian nationalists - Bandera ideology is now illegal

Stepan Bandera, who is said to have carried out the type of orders/crimes that even the SS soldiers struggled to fulfill. Recently, documents have been declassified which show that Bandera was in fact "Hitler's professional spy", with permission of the CIA, who went by the call sign "Consul 2"... The decision of the Polish Saeima on the criminal liability for glorification of Stepan Bandera will have far-reaching consequences - in fact, by analogy with the law on the Holocaust, sympathisers of the Ukrainian Bandera will be prosecuted throughout the EU. This was stated by the former Minister of Justice of Ukraine, Elena Lukash. "Poland has banned Bandera's ideology and imposed legal responsibility for the denial of the Volyn massacre. The Parliament has introduced criminal responsibility for denying the crimes of Ukrainian nationalists. The law provides for a fine or imprisonment for up to 3 years for "anti-Polish" sentiment." "The EU will be on the side of Poland in this matter.

Jan 27 11:55

Berset: Switzerland ready to strengthen 'excellent' relationship with the US

Swiss President Alain Berset had an “excellent talk” with United States President Donald Trump at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos on Friday.

In a Tweet, Berset lauded the “excellent friendship” between the two countries and said they were ready to strengthen it further.

He described Switzerland and the US as “among the most innovative countries in the world”.

Jan 27 11:53

Poland and EU at WAR: Warsaw REFUSES to stop reforms despite Brussels threats

POLAND'S ruling party leader has refused to back down over controversial judicial reforms that have seen his country clash furiously with the European Union.

Jan 27 11:49

EU is as undemocratic as Russia and China, Lord blasts: ‘Brexit will RESTORE DEMOCRACY’

Michael Spicer condemned Brussels for its lack of a relationship between the electorate and government.

Even though countries send elected representatives to the European Parliament, the European Commission, which is effectively the trading bloc's government, is made up of appointees from the 28 member states – a fact alluded to by the Brussels arch-critic.

Lord Spicer told the Telegraph: “Nowhere in the constitution of the EU is there a direct relationship between the electorate and the government.

“The EU therefore is not democratic. It shares this feature with China and Russia.”

Jan 27 11:48

1 dead, 2 injured in Amsterdam street shooting

Dutch police have launched a manhunt after an unidentified shooter killed one and injured two more in a central Amsterdam street. A major emergency response is underway.

Police confirm several shots were fired in the Grote Wittenburgerstraat area of the Dutch capital late on Friday. The motive behind the attack is currently unclear.

Jan 27 11:44

‘Treat members EQUALLY’ EU rebels demand Brussels backs down over Poland punishment

FOUR European leaders have ordered Brussels to back down from its threat to block funding to Poland over judicial reform, accusing the bloc of favouritism, and of overstepping its boundaries.

Jan 27 03:09

President Trump, One Year In: The Prospects for US-Russia Relations

Big changes start with small steps.

US President Donald Trump rebuked Russia on Jan. 17 for helping North Korea evade international sanctions. He expressed frustration with Moscow’s policy, stating “Russia is not helping us at all with North Korea,” and adding during an Oval Office interview withReuters, “What China is helping us with, Russia is denting.” This is the first time he has chosen to openly use such harsh words to slam Russia for its alleged wrongdoing. Donald Trump also said he wanted more missile defense systems – a contentious issue that will drive the US and Russia further apart. Moscow believes that that acquisition will threaten the strategic nuclear balance.

Jan 27 03:02

Russsia-Gate Implodes – Justin Raimondo

We have become a prisoner of our own empire. The finale is upon us: the Russia-gate fraud is about to be exploded, at long last.

Although the vaunted memo – and the underlying intelligence – compiled by the leadership of the House Intelligence Committee under chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) has yet to be released, there has been enough chatter by those House members who have read it to give us the basic elements of what it contains. Although prepare to be shocked by what I consider to be the most outrageous aspect of this affair.

Jan 27 02:57

Mike Pence’s Middle East Tour: Outright Pressure and Threats as Foreign Policy Tools

Washington is pushing a plan pretty vague about details and is doing it without its Middle East strategy defined.

Jordan’s King Abdullah II wants Washington to “rebuild trust “after US President Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. The king believes that East Jerusalem must be the capital of Palestine. According to him, from now on the US has a “major challenge to overcome”.

“Friends occasionally have disagreements,” Mike Pence said ruefully in his comments on the outcome of the talks. The disagreement came into the open.

Jan 26 16:22

Sweden Hell: Armed Migrant Teens Roaming With Kalashnikovs; Military May Be Deployed

As we reported last week, Sweden may or may not be preparing for civil conflict – as Prime Minister Stefan Lofven said that the government would do whatever it takes – including deploying the military – to end the wave of gang violence coming primarily from young migrants in the country’s “no-go” zones.

Jan 26 07:11

Jacob Rees-Mogg declares WAR on Davis: Tory lambasts 'damage limitation' of Brexit policy

TOP Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg has turned on the government in a blistering attack as he accused them of failing to seize the opportunities presented by Brexit.

Jan 26 07:10

Bojo’s Brexit coup: Boris Johnson 'preparing to OUST May' over fears UK will be tied to EU

BORIS Johnson is preparing to launch a bid to replace Theresa May as Tory leader and Prime Minister, a cabinet minister has told the Express.

Jan 26 03:47

Russia, US to conduct joint space experiments

US researchers have announced plans to take part in joint experiments on simulating flights to outer space as part of the Scientific International Research in Unique Terrestrial Station (SIRIUS) program. US scientists suggested adding two additional research projects to the program with participation of a joint six-member Russian-US crew, Director of the Institute of Medical and Biological Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences Oleg Orlov told Izvestia. "Our American colleagues have expressed interest in expanding the five-year scientific program, which should result in one experiment on an annual isolation," Orlov told the paper. Russia has backed the initiative and now it should be included in official documents. The NASA Human Research Program has also confirmed the plans to join the experiments with the paper. Besides NASA, the German Space Agency is also gearing up to take part in the SIRIUS program, Orlov said.

Jan 26 01:23

Moldova is a mistake, it doesn't exist

Russia should toughen its requirements for businessmen from the CIS countries. This was announced today in the State Duma by the leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia Vladimir Zhirinovsky. "We must react in a timely manner, and in a tough way. We give opportunities for Moldovan, Baltic and other CIS businessmen to make money in Russia. They earn money here, then they come to power at home and adopt anti-Russian laws," Zhirinovsky said. He considers the creation of the Moldavian republic a mistake of the Soviet government. "Under the Tsar it was the Bessarabian province, with its capital in Chisinau, where the Russian Governor-General was sitting, and no one made any noise. Then they decided to create more and more 'republics' of the Union and invented Moldova. Now the Moldovians use any excuse to break ties with Russia. And for this - they get paid. It always starts quietly - individual deputies are not issued visas.

Jan 25 14:29

Swedish Mom Dating 18yo Refugee Refused to Report Him to Police After He Molested Her 12yo Daughter

A 45-year-old #MeToo supporting feminist mother dating an 18-year-old Afghan "refugee" refused to report the foreigner to police after he sexually molester her 12-year-old daughter because she was "afraid he would be sent back to Afghanistan."

Jan 25 14:29

ECB’s New Plan B? Synthetic Structured Eurobonds

“Near-zero risk” derivatives… the banks are on board.

Jan 25 09:31

Dutch police to ‘undress’ youths wearing clothes deemed too expensive for them

Police in the Dutch city of Rotterdam have launched a new pilot programme which will see them confiscating expensive clothing and jewellery from young people if they look too poor to own them.

Officers say the scheme will see them target younger men in designer clothes they seem unlikely to be able to afford legally – if it is not clear how the person paid for it, it will be confiscated.

The idea is to deter criminality by sending a signal that the men will not be able to hang onto their ill-gotten gains.

Rotterdam police chief Frank Paauw told Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf: “They are often young men who consider themselves untouchable. We're going to undress them on the street.

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Civil forfeiture on steroids!

Jan 25 08:42

Merkel's attack on TRUMP German leader tells Davos STRONGER EU is needed to take on US

Jan 25 08:35

EU spreads more lies about Palestine solidarity movement

One of the few good things about having a belligerent boor as US president is that it has prompted the media to be less obsequious.

When Donald Trump describes much of Africa, Haiti and Central America as “shithole countries,” CNN describes him as racist.

When Trump says something that is patently false, journalists write that he has lied.

It would be wrong, though, if adversarial reporting or commentary is confined to him. Every politician or institution who seeks to mislead should be exposed.

Vera Jourova, the European Union’s justice commissioner, is one such politician.

Jan 25 05:34

US leader believes Iran and North Korea trump Russia at Davos

During the World Economic Forum in Davos, US President Donald Trump is expected to focus on economic issues, and discuss North Korea and Iran, while shrugging off the issue of Russia and China, Nezavisimaya Gazeta writes. However, the rivalry with Moscow and Beijing was mentioned as a top priority in Washington’s new national defense strategy, the paper says. "Davos is an all-European and international forum, but there is more European business in Davos than American or Asian. Apparently, the United States is preparing a message for the European audience and overly hostile theses on Russia would not be appropriate. The sanctions package that limits Europe's business in its affairs with Russia was poorly perceived in the EU and it failed to get any support,” Andrey Sushentsov, head of the Foreign Policy Agency and Program Director at the Valdai Club, told the paper. The US leader is not seeking to fan tensions around Russia, the analyst explained.

Jan 25 00:16

USA prepares Russia's neighbours for WWIII

Specialists of the US Department of Defense intend to study the infrastructure of Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Finland and Poland for their readiness for wartime conditions. The Pentagon needs the data to understand the logistics networks and supply chains in times of war and emergency situations. The department also intends to collect information on sources of water and food products, fuel, medicines, industrial equipment and clothing. The US military are also interested in ports, roads, airports, bridges and ferries. To date, the US military analyse the ability of state structures of Russia and China not only to survive a nuclear strike, but also to continue functioning afterwards. "One should bear in mind the fact that with the advent of nuclear weapons and the US championship on this issue, Washington has always considered a pre-emptive strike, while we would respond with a counter-attack.

Jan 24 16:50

Paris is Flooding

Jan 24 16:41

When it comes to Davos, it’s inequality, stupid

This is what ‘the great and the good’ in the business world will not be discussing during the annual talk-fest at the Swiss luxury resort.
This is the exclusive club, which meets in the luxury Swiss resort each year to discuss the global business environment.

Davos is essentially double-dip land. On one side, we have ‘Bad for Labor’, with millions in the West thrown into an unemployment hell or suffering from a wages freeze. On the other side, we have ‘Good for Capital’, with companies flush with cash. Yet the result is uncertainty, all over again.

Jan 24 15:50

Western Europe Must Return and Rediscover Their Christian Roots to Counter the Muslim Invasion and the New World Order

Once a long time ago in western European countries of Germany, Sweden, Great Britain and France had strong Christian roots. The people were very strong in biblical principles that promoted high moral standards being the salt of the earth. Now it seems the Church has become very ineffective no longer the moral compass of Western Europe. Christianity was a very strong influence in Western European societies long ago, now the church is just a structure and no longer an institution as a strong moral anchor to preserve stability their societies.

Jan 24 14:06

Western Europe Must Return and Rediscover Their Christian Roots to Counter the Muslim Invasion and the New World Order

Once a long time ago in western European countries of Germany, Sweden, Great Britain and France had strong Christian roots. The people were very strong in biblical principles that promoted high moral standard being the salt of the earth. Now it seems the Church has become very ineffective no longer the moral compass of Western Europe. Christianity was a very strong influence in Western European societies, now the church is just a structure and no longer an institution as a strong moral anchor to preserve their society.

Jan 24 11:22

Danish Politicians Chip In for Bakery Vandalized in 'Parallel Society'

Thousands of kroner have been raised in support of a Copenhagen bakery which was trashed after the owner refused to pay "protection money." As this incident made national headlines, high-ranking politicians expressed their support for the baker and condemned the proliferation of "mafia methods" in blighted areas with a prevalence of immigrants.

Jan 23 08:04


French President Emmanuel Macron admits the French people would “probably” have voted to leave the European Union had they been allowed a referendum.

Jan 23 08:01

End of the EU? Austria SUES European Commission in Hungary nuclear power station row

AUSTRIA plans to sue the European Commission over its decision to let neighbouring Hungary expand its Paks atomic plant in a row over the Brussels ruling.

Austria, which shares a border with Hungary, prides itself on supporting clean energy and does not have any nuclear plants of its own.

It launched a similar legal action against the European Commission in 2015 over its backing of British plans for the £16bn development of the Hinkley Point nuclear power plant.

Jan 23 08:00

EU pension fund on brink of collapse: Taxpayers will have to bail out hundreds of MEPs

Germany's biggest newspaper Bild reported it has seen paperwork indicating a shortfall of millions of euros which means the pension fund will collapse by 2026 at the latest.

It cited an internal opinion of the Secretary-General of the European Parliament, Klaus Welle, for the Committee on Budgetary Regulation.

The endangered fund closed to new members in 2009 and, by the end of 2016, held assets worth €146.4 million.

But by then the fund's liabilities - the outstanding pension entitlements of the lawmakers - already stood at a staggering €472.6 million.