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Dec 21 09:34

WATCH Best Episodes of EU Farmers Reacting to Sanctions War With Russia

The EU is expected to extend sanctions against Russia on Thursday, December 21. Since they were introduced in 2014, sanctions as well as Moscow’s food exports ban have been a headache for European farmers, who have repeatedly protested against them. Sputnik takes a look at some of the most remarkable moments from those protests in recent years.

Dec 21 09:18

'Europeans are profoundly UNHAPPY!' Political expert destroys EU's federalist vision

GUY Verhofstadt's vision of a "united states of Europe" will be destroyed as Europeans grow “profoundly unhappy” at the EU’s federal vision, warned political expert Matthew Goodwin.

Dec 21 09:17

Michel Barnier to be SACKED? EU Brexit chief sidelined by 'furious' Jean-Claude Junker

BREXIT negotiator Michel Barnier has been sidelined from discussions after the Frenchman infuriated EU officials by making unauthorised attacks on Britain’s trade deal hopes.

Dec 20 09:27

Stories from an SHTF Christmas: An Interview with Selco

Have you ever thought about what an SHTF Christmas would be like after an end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it event? I'm not talking about a minor issue that just affects a few people, but a full-on disaster that changes everything.

Today, we have a first-hand look at what a post-collapse holiday is really like. I interviewed my friend Selco, of SHTF School, and his answers are really food for thought.  I have learned more about long-term survival from Selco than probably anybody else and have based a lot of my own plans on things I've learned from him. For most of us who write about preparedness, it's research and theory. For Selco, it's real life.

This interview is in his own words.

I read over the answers to his questions at least a dozen times and thought about how fortunate we are. Even our most difficult times here, in our society, would have been the height of luxury during the war in Bosnia.

But will we always be this lucky?

Dec 20 09:01

EU Accepts New Members When It's Convenient for Brussels – Political Scientists

It appears that the leadership of the Balkan countries is going to do whatever it takes to join the EU, Serbian political scientists have told Sputnik. Referring to Montenegro and Macedonia they noted that the adoption of unpopular measures in order to appease Eurocrats has not resulted in the long-awaited EU membership for the countries.

Although Montenegro has adopted a number of unpopular political decisions dictated by Brussels, this has not accelerated the country's EU accession process.

Dec 20 08:57

Eurocrats celebrate Christmas with huge payrise: Taxpayers fleeced for €100m more annually

Bild in Germany, reporting the pay spikes today, said: “A nice Christmas surprise for the nearly 38,000 EU employees!

“Their salaries and pensions increase by 1.5 per cent retroactively on July 1. EU commissioners and MEPs also benefit from this. There are up to almost €500 more per month for them.”

Eurostat, the statistics office of the bloc, base the raises on the cost of living in Belgium and Luxembourg.

The most basic salaries of EU civil servants rise from €2,830 to €2,872 in the lowest grade and from €19,588 to €19,882 per month in the highest.

Dec 20 08:57

Mass Acquittal in Heinous Gang Rape Trial Ignites Public Fury in Sweden

A Swedish court's decision to acquit five men of immigrant backgrounds accused of a gang rape in the Stockholm suburb Fittja for lack of alleged evidence has sparked an emotional outburst across the Nordic nation.

The 30-year-old victim claimed she was assaulted and raped by up to ten different men for four hours in a doorway. At the scene of the incident, there were up to 20 men who filmed the incident and laughed.

The acquittal of five immigrant men, three of whom were charged with aggravated rape and two with complicity in rape, also means that they won't have to pay any damages, which has triggered strong reactions.

Dec 20 08:48

EU triggers unprecedented proceedings against Poland, sanctions could follow

The European Union has triggered Article 7 against Poland, a procedure that could result in sanctions targeting Warsaw. The EU says Poland has violated democratic values with proposed judiciary reform.

The European Union’s executive body triggered Article 7 of the EU treaty, branded the “nuclear option,” against Poland on Wednesday. It has been triggered for the first time since the foundation of the bloc.

Dec 20 08:45

Britain-US trade deal: May and Trump vow to make SWIFT post-Brexit agreement

THERESA May and Donald Trump agreed on the importance of a swift post-Brexit bilateral trade deal in the the pair’s first phone call since their row over the US President’s retweeting of a British far-right group.

Dec 20 08:45

'BBC cannot hide its bias' Fury over BBC Question Time's Brexit coverage

THE BBC has been accused of being “institutionally biased” against Brexit after new analysis revealed that its flagship political programme had more twice as many Remain supporters as Leavers.

Dec 20 08:21

Swedish police retract safety advice to women despite 3rd gang rape in 1 month

Police in the Swedish city of Malmo have retracted advice given to women in the city following the brutal gang-rape of a 17-year-old girl. The force advised women not to go out alone after dark following the vicious attack.

Officers issued the warning over the weekend following the assault, which occurred on Saturday, and marked the third such vicious rape committed by unknown perpetrators in the city in less than a month.

Dec 19 10:08

‘They're treacherous demons!' RAGING LBC caller FURIOUS at Labour's plan to QUASH Brexit

A FURIOUS radio caller said the Labour Party is full of “treacherous demons” forcing Britons into a soft Brexit – a kind of Brexit that British people did not vote for.

Dec 19 09:28

Austria Unveils Plan to 'Sanction' Immigrants Who Do Not Give Up Their Culture

Austria’s new right-wing government unveiled their policy goals and a plan for “sanctions” on immigrants who keep their own culture as opposing to assimilate into mainstream Austrian culture.

Dec 19 08:34

Austria A Step Away From Banning Glyphosate

Austria is one step closer to banning glyphosate at the national level. The Austrian People’s Party and the Freedom Party of Austria have joined...

Dec 19 08:22

'New EU rules agreed in transition WILL be applied in UK' Barnier advisor lets slip TRUTH

THE EU does not believe the UK will keep its word on certain post-Brexit agreements, Michel Barnier's top advisor admitted today.

Dec 18 16:09

Saudi Arabia is the top sponsor of terrorism in U.K.

Saudi Arabia is the “foremost” foreign funder of Islamist extremism in the U.K., according to new report released by a British think tank on Wednesday. The Henry Jackson Society — a right-wing think tank — claims that overseas funding primarily from the governments and private charities of Gulf countries has a “clear and growing link” to the onslaught of violence the U.K. and other Western countries.

Dec 18 10:17

Russia-gate’s Litany of Corrections – Robert Parry

It’s especially important for journalists to strive for genuine fairness and not act as if journalism is just another cover for partisan hatchetmen.

The U.S. mainstream media’s year-long hysteria over Russia’s alleged role in the election of Donald Trump has obliterated normal reporting standards leading to a rash of journalistic embarrassments that have both disgraced the profession and energized Trump’s backers over new grievances about the MSM’s “fake news.”

Greenwald noted, “So numerous are the false stories about Russia and Trump over the last year that I literally cannot list them all.”

Dec 17 08:45

Leader of French Right-Wing FN Party Le Pen Urges to 'Overthrow EU From Within'

Leader of right-wing France’s National Front party Marine Le Pen urged the European anti-immigration parties at the conference in Prague to “liberate the European nations from the chains of the European Union” and said that the bloc has entered a period of decline.

Earlier in the day, the conference of anti-immigration parties of Europe took place in the Czech capital and was attended by Le Pen, leader of the right-wing Dutch Party for Freedom (PVV) Geert Wilders, member of the EU parliament Lorenzo Fontana from Italy’s Lega Nord, among others.

“The European Union is losing its breath. I hope that we will overthrow the European Union from within. We must behave like conquerors … European nations must free themselves from the chains of the European Union,” Le Pen said at the press conference following the gathering.

Dec 17 08:45

‘EU is killing Europe’: Far-right leaders call for end to ‘disastrous’ union

The European Union is a “disaster” and a “danger” for Europe that has no place in its future, leaders of far-right European parties said at a gathering in Prague. They also vowed to develop cooperation outside the EU structures.

“Because we love Europe, we accuse the EU of killing Europe,” the leader of the French National Front, Marine Le Pen, told reporters at congress of European right-wing parties in the Czech capital, Prague. She also advocated the establishment of a new sort of union, which she defined as a “Europe of sovereign nations.”

“We are not xenophobes, we are opponents of the European Union,” she said. “I think this is something we have in common, because the European Union is a disastrous organization which is leading our continent to destruction through dilution by drowning it in migrants, by the negation of our respective countries, by the draining of our diversity.”

Dec 17 08:38

Chancellor signals UK plans to kowtow to Brussels over Brexit transition

In what eurosceptics are likely to see as a capitulation to EU, the Chancellor signalled the UK would not haggle over the transition deal, which he said will “effectively replicate the current status quo”.

EU leaders have insisted the UK must agree on its relationship with the bloc during the 2019 to 2021 adjustment period before discussions on trade can begin.

Mr Hammond’s comments come just hours after prominent Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg warned the UK would be “very unwise” to agree to transition terms proposed by Brussels, which he said would see Britain become “a colony of the EU” for at least two years.

Dec 17 08:37

Brexit’s rebel Tories unlocked door to Marxist government, Nadine Dorries blasts

Mrs Dorries made her remarks in the wake of the Government’s defeat in the Commons on Wednesday night, when 11 Conservative Party rebels torpedoed a key piece of Brexit legislation ensuring Parliament will have a vote in any deal before it is implemented.

But the MP for Mid Bedfordshire said in doing so, they had simply opened the door to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn by inflicting a humiliating defeat on the Government.

She said: “The cheering of the Labour MPs on the benches opposite was not quite as loud as the celebratory party which took place in Jeremy Corbyn’s office shortly afterwards.

Dec 16 11:06

At this point, it is easier to find someone on Mueller’s team that doesn’t have a conflict of interest

Let this article be Rod Rosenstein’s wakeup call...

Another day, another hearing and the America public learn more about the mountain of evidence pointing towards the entire Mueller special counsel team being filled with conflicts of interest.

Dec 16 11:02

Time for the GOP to rally to President Trump and the agenda that won 2016

As evidenced by the outcomes of both the Virginia gubernatorial race and the Alabama Senate special election, no matter what, Democrat voters are going to be extremely motivated in 2018 to take back Congress.

For, this is no time to panic.

Instead, it is time for Republicans to rally to President Trump and the agenda that won the election in 2016. That is, cut taxes, repeal Obamacare, appoint conservative judges, get better trade deals, slash regulations, curb illegal immigration and build the southern border wall. Also, no bad deals on DACA amnesty. The wall is not enough; chain migration has to be ended.

Dec 16 08:23

People power! 100,000 protesters FORCE MPs to debate walking out of EU Article 50 talks

BRITAIN’S MPs have been forced to debate leaving the EU without a deal after more than 100,000 Brits signed a petition calling for the UK to walk away NOW.

Dec 16 08:17

US Think Tank Drops Hint the Balkans May Turn Into Hotbed Again in 2018

The Balkan region has been listed by the influential Council on Foreign Relations as a potential hotbed in 2018. Speaking to Sputnik, Milomir Stepic, a research fellow at the Institute of Political Studies in Belgrade, opined that the US is seeking to preserve dominance and if needed beef up its presence in this important geopolitical zone.

Dec 16 08:17

'You're killing Brexit' Audience member FURIOUS at Nicky Morgan for ruining exit talks

NICKY Morgan has “killed” the UK’s chances of getting a good deal with the EU for her rebellion on the withdrawal bill, according to a furious Question Time audience member.

Dec 16 08:16

EU Summit overshadowed by migration row as divisions between east and west Europe grow

DIVISIONS are deepening between eastern and western EU members as the ongoing migration dispute threatens the bloc’s wavering stability.

Dec 16 08:14

EU crumbling: Juncker wades into HUGE migration row warning states to 'calm things down'

Jean-Claude Juncker was quick to criticise fellow EU states after fallout from the row over migration quotas.

Infighting within the bloc started this week after Mr Tusk unveiled his plans to relocate refugees.

Speaking following the European Council summit in Brussels Mr Juncker warned states to “calm things down”.

He said: “Immigration, everything depends on your point of view. I would say that relocation was a success.

Dec 16 08:13

‘UK cannot be colony of EU for two years’ Jacob Rees-Mogg blasts Brexit deal on Newsnight

JACOB Rees-Mogg has said the UK would be “very unwise” to accept being “a colony of the EU” during the transition period after Brexit from 2019 to 2021.

Dec 15 12:23

Who Ya Gonna Fight? Landmark Treaty Signed To Create EU Army

EU leaders formerly endorsed the harmless sounding Permanent Structured Cooperation, or PESCO, pact on Thursday evening in Brussels. After the shock of Brexit, the goal of defence integration was revived by former military foes, Germany and France, supported by Italy and Spain, in a show of EU unity. A similar proposal was blocked by the French parliament in the 1950s (see below). Now a treaty has been signed which sees the defence union complete by 2025 in what has been described as “one of the most tangible steps in EU integration since Brexit”.

Britain, thanks to Brexit, Malta and Denmark, which has an “opt out” on EU defence issues did not sign the agreement. Standing in the front row on the left of the group photo was the President of the undemocratic European Commission, Jean Claude Juncker, who has been calling for an EU army for many years. In 2015, The Guardian reported.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Russia a threat?!?

All it wants to do, is have its corporations make money, and take care of its people! How in the name of Sam Hill can that be construed as a "threat"?!?!?

Dec 15 08:49

COLOGNE OFFICIALS TO COMBAT NYE SEX ATTACKS WITH 'TOLERANCE' WRISTBANDS

The city of Cologne has announced they will be handing out "respect" wristbands to encourage understanding between individuals on New Year's Eve and prevent the kind of sex attacks that occurred in 2015. The wristbands are part of a new campaign called "respect" which is sponsored by the city government and controversial Cologne Mayor Henriette Reker. Many have slammed Reker and the campaign on social media likening it to comments she made shortly after the 2015 attacks calling on women to keep men at "arm's length", Kronen Zeitung reports.

At a press conference, Reker said that the campaign would focus on telling people not to sexually attack others or shoot fireworks at individuals, buildings or police. The wristbands themselves are meant to inform others to be respectful when approaching the wearer and prevent potential sex attacks.

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To the women of Cologne: your mayor is an absolute epic fail on this issue.

You will be better served by getting training in those martial arts classes which are still legal, buying personal protection which is still legal, and travelling in groups when you are outside your work environment.

Only when immigrant males understand that you are not to be messed with, because you actually understand how to hurt them if forced to, and badly, will they back off.

Dec 15 07:59

Brexit Breakthrough? Brussels Poised to Greenlight Second Stage of Talks

UK Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit speech was applauded by EU leaders on Thursday night, and hopes are high that progress in the London-Brussels talks on Britain's withdrawal from the EU will continue.

During their summit on Friday, the EU leaders are expected to approve the next stage of Brexit talks on a transition deal.

Earlier, they gave a round of applause to British Prime Minister Theresa May after she delivered a speech to outline Brexit's divorce proposals and call on Brussels to give a green light to the second stage of the UK-EU negotiations.

Dec 15 07:23

No Control Over Jihadi Defectors Enjoying 'Rock Stardom' in Sweden

The Swedish authorities have admitted that they are having trouble keeping track of jihadi returnees. Due to a lack of supervision, former "foreign fighters" walk freely and may contribute to radicalizing others in their already vulnerable environment.

Dec 15 07:13

Presidential hopeful wants Finland out of EU, says nationalists will bounce back

Finland will leave the European Union and position itself as the Switzerland of the north to protect its independence if Laura Huhtasaari, the presidential candidate of the eurosceptic Finns Party has her way.

She also told Reuters in an interview she wants to tighten immigration rules.

Dec 14 15:19

CUTTING THE CRAP: how and why banks and government are preparing to save themselves with your money.

In the UK, the eurozone, the Middle East and Asia, it is Game On for restricting bank withdrawals by customers, sorry, creditors…..hahaha, silly me.

Dec 14 13:48

Norway first country to switch off FM radio...

Dec 14 10:10

Sweden Poised to Raise Retirement Age Amidst Migrant-Driven Population Growth

Six out of Sweden’s eight parliamentary parties are now in agreement that the national age of retirement is to be raised from 61 to 64 years. This comes against the backdrop of a recent report from the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SKL).

Dec 14 09:04

EU SUING POLAND, HUNGARY AND CZECH REPUBLIC FOR REFUSING ISLAMIC MIGRANTS

The European Union (EU) is accusing Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic of refusing to share the "burden" of allowing Muslim migrants into their countries.

On December 4 the European Commission — the governing body of the European Union that proposes legislation and implements the EU's decisions — launched "infringement procedures" against the three countries, claiming they are "in breach of their legal obligations."

The EU ruled in 2015 that 160,000 refugees be distributed throughout most member countries of the EU.

Dec 14 08:33

Tory Brexit rebels inflict major defeat on Theresa May

Conservative rebels inflicted a humiliating defeat on Theresa May in the House of Commons as they backed an amendment to her flagship European Union withdrawal bill over parliament’s right to a meaningful vote on the Brexit deal.

Dec 14 07:57

Gorbachev WAS promised NATO would not expand east – declassified docs

In 1990, Western politicians repeatedly assured Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev that NATO wouldn’t expand east of Germany’s borders, but broke that promise less than a decade later, say insider archives from both sides of negotiations following the dismantling of the Berlin Wall.

Researchers from the respected George Washington University-based National Security Archive, which specializes in obtaining key declassified information from the government, have put together 30 crucial documents that clearly show several top Western officials vowing to Gorbachev in unison that NATO would not expand eastward. Some of these have been publicly available for several years, others have been revealed as a result of Freedom of Information requests for the study.

Dec 14 07:49

Germany Owes Greece €185 Billion In WWII Reparations, Say German Researchers

Does Germany owe Greeks billions of euros in World War II reparations for the damages and the enforced loan during the occupation of the country by the Nazis? So far, Berlin has vehemently rejected any Greek claims.

Dec 14 07:48

REMAINERS WIN BREXIT BLOCKING VOTE

The government has been defeated on what remainers refer to as a “meaningful vote” on the final Brexit deal – but what is really a naked attempt to subvert the referendum result.

Dec 14 07:48

‘A good day for democracy!’ Guy Verhofstadt GOADS Brexiteers after Commons vote defeat

Mrs May tasted defeat with the EU Withdrawal Bill for the first time this evening after 11 Tories rebelled against her position.

It means her plans for a swift and smooth Brexit have been dealt a huge blow with MPs now assured of a “meaningful vote”.

And last night Mr Verhofstaft stuck the boot in with a mocking tweet at the Government’s expense.

Dec 14 06:24

Bank Of England Warns Of "Economic Collapse" If UK Keeps Borrowing Money

The Bank of England is putting the United Kingdom on alert.  Should the UK keep borrowing money, as Corbyn's Labor Party has advocated, there will be a “Venezuela-style” economic collapse that will devastate normal citizens.

Dec 13 10:14

Stressful Year Ahead for Spanish Banks

The “spillover effects.” 

Dec 13 08:32

Desperate Angela Merkel SLAMMED for snubbing Bundestag ahead of EU summit on Brexit

EMBATTLED Angela Merkel has been slammed for skipping an address to the Bundestag ahead of a key EU summit to decide on the next phase of Brexit talks.

Dec 13 08:32

Farage blasts Theresa 'the APPEASER': Brexit WILL have to be fought ALL over again

NIGEL Farage blasted Prime Minister Theresa May for "giving in" to the demands of the European Union during the Brexit negotiations.

Dec 13 08:31

'EVERYTHING is off the table!' German MEP warns Brexit trade talks could be DITCHED

'EVERYTHING is off the table!' German MEP warns Brexit trade talks could be DITCHED

Dec 13 08:31

'Why for hell would you want to leave!' Verhofstadt RAGES at UK for leaving EU shackles

GUY VERHOFSTADT has shredded the United Kingdom for its decision to leave the European Union during a fiery rant in the European Parliament.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Don't you like your slave chains?!?"

Dec 13 08:28

BRUSSELS BOOZE-UP BONANZA AS MEPS’ BAR, RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE RENOVATED

Brussels is set for booze-up bonanza after the European Parliament announced it is renovating the MEPs’ restaurant and lounge – and to make up for the inconvenience has built a new bar costing €200,000. Refurbishment works in the Altiero Spinelli building will begin in January and last for six months.

Dec 13 08:26

'Enough is enough' Margaret Thatcher would HATE state of Brexit negotiations, fumes Lawson

MARGARET Thatcher would have been "deeply concerned" about the progress of Brexit and the Government should give up its "fruitless quest" for an EU trade deal, former Chancellor Lord Lawson of Blaby said tonight.

Dec 13 08:25

UNACCEPTABLE! Verhofstadt hits back at Davis in fallout just FOUR days after Brexit deal

GUY Verhofstadt has blasted David Davis for his "unacceptable" remarks after he "undermined trust" between London and Brussels by revealing Britain's Brexit deal was not legally binding.

Dec 13 08:25

Jean-Claude Juncker dragged into perjury and phone-tapping scandal

JEAN-CLAUDE Juncker is reportedly involved in a criminal investigation about claims that “tampering” with evidence misled an inquiry into phone-tapping, it has been revealed.

Dec 13 08:10

EU to toughen Brexit stance on 'gangster' Britain, MEPs vow

The EU will harden its position on Brexit trade talks after London said it would only pay its divorce bill if it got a deal, leading European parliamentarians said on Tuesday.

Guy Verhofstadt, the European Parliament's Brexit coordinator, said EU leaders meeting for a summit this week would now insist on the divorce terms being legally binding.

He condemned "unacceptable" comments by Britain's Brexit Minister David Davis in which Davis said a deal struck to seal separation arrangements and open talks on future relations was a "statement of intent" rather than "legally enforceable."

Dec 13 08:08

Criticism after Danish school cancels Christmas to avoid ‘preaching’ to non-Christian children

Parents of local children, education officials and leading Danish politicians have criticized a primary school after it chose to cancel the traditional Christmas service, due to the presence of students of immigrant backgrounds.

"We took the decision because we have children who are not Protestant,” Marianne Vederso Schmidt, the head of Gribskolen in Graested, a town of fewer than 5,000 people in eastern Denmark, wrote in an intranet posting earlier this month.

Schmidt noted that the decision may have been overdue, as the education law forbids preaching “and it must be left to the individual families whether they want to privately attend a service.”

Dec 12 09:37

End of EU? Merkel and Macron in bitter stand-off as France backs ‘United States of Europe’

EMMANUEL Macron and Angela Merkel are in conflict over the EU as France’s plans for a “United States of Europe” move forward.

The thought of forming a “European Republic” used to be merely a federalist fantasy.

But it has now become more of a reality after gaining Mr Macron’s backing - much to the chagrin of the German Chancellor, often dubbed 'the mother of Europe'.

Dec 12 09:34

The need for cooperation and unity

Graham Peebles examines the destructive effects of competition – the guiding principle of our time – and argues that “cooperation needs to replace competition in all areas, tolerance substituted for prejudice and hate, sufficiency and sharing encouraged in place of excess and greed”. >>

Dec 12 09:18

Massive Austria gas plant blast plunges Europe into energy crisis as shortage hits

ENERGY prices across Europe have soared after an explosion ripped through one of the continent’s biggest supply hubs.

Pipeline deliveries across large parts of the continent have been thrown into chaos as a result of the deadly blast at the Baumgaerten site in eastern Austria.

In Britain, Europe's biggest gas market, the price of gas for immediate delivery soared by 35 per cent to 92p per therm, its highest level since 2013.

The Italian wholesale day-ahead price surged nearly doubled to £41.44 per megawatt-hour, its highest ever recorded level.

And Italy has declared a state of emergency as a result of the fuel crisis with industry minister Carlo Calenda warning of a "serious" energy supply problem.

Dec 12 09:04

Forced Privatization of Greek Port of Piraeus, One Year Later

Dimitri Lascaris in Greece, speaks with Giogros Gogos, general Secretary of the Dockworkers Union at the Port of Piraeus. The Troika forced the privatization of 67% of Port of Piraeus, this means that the most secure and lucrative asset in Greece, that could have generated money to pay the debt, is now the hands of Chinese shipping company Cosco

Dec 12 07:25

EU tells Netanyahu it rejects Trump's Jerusalem move

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took his case to Europe to ask allies to join the United States in recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, but met a firm rebuff from EU foreign ministers who saw the move as a blow against the peace process.

Dec 12 07:23

'Intifada' in Sweden: Firebombs Hurled at Jewish Sites Amid Anti-Semitic Upsurge

Unrest over Donald Trump's decision to acknowledge Jerusalem as the capital of Israel has spread to Sweden, triggering the rise of militant anti-Semitism. Hardly had immigrants in Malmö proclaimed their own intifada pledging to "shoot Jews" when firebombing synagogues and Jewish chapels in Sweden's largest cities ensued.

Dec 12 07:19

MEPs stunned as British MEP urges Hungary to BREAK FREE from EU 'tyranny'

BREXIT should inspire other EU member states such as Hungary to leave the "stifling" European Union despite the risk of "punishing beatings", Ukip MEP David Coburn has declared.

Dec 12 07:18

Polish reject ‘EU OCCUPATION’: Voices rise for Polexit as Brussels ‘REGRESSING’ nation

A GENERATION of Poles frustrated with the European Union are calling for an end to the economic bloc and for Poland’s immediate withdrawal from the EU.

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