Mar 10 07:47

NATO Commander in Europe: Serbia and the Serbs are the biggest problem in the Balkans

DURING a hearing before the US Senate Armed Forces Committee, NATO Commander for Europe, General Kurtis Skaparoti, said that strengthening Russian influence in Europe is a major problem both on the civilian and military fronts, especially in the Western Balkans.

He said that Russia is using relations with the Republika Srpska leaders to undermine the institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

General Skaparoti emphasized that Russia is trying to prevent the Euro-Atlantic path of some countries in the region, and added that the international community and the US are a guarantor of stability in the Balkans.

Mar 10 07:36

EU lawmaker demands investigation of Israel lobby smears

A prominent member of the European Parliament is demanding an official investigation into the role of a high-level European Union civil servant in an Israel lobby smear campaign targeting her.

Ana Gomes, a center-left lawmaker from Portugal, is being denounced by Israel lobby groups as anti-Semitic after she publicly criticized them for attempting to block her from hosting Palestinian human rights campaigner Omar Barghouti for a talk at the European Parliament in Brussels last week.

Mar 10 07:08

Austrian president fumes as police raids set off political storm

Austria’s president has demanded explanations over police raids targeting offices and staff of the main domestic intelligence service, in a case that has stoked concerns about the far right’s control of the Interior Ministry.

Mar 10 07:07

Largest Slovak protests in decades ratchet up pressure on PM Fico

Tens of thousands of Slovaks rallied on Friday to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Robert Fico’s government following the murder of a journalist that has shocked the central European nation and stoked anger over sleaze in public life.

Mar 10 07:01

Empire strikes back: why former colonies don't need Britain after Brexit

British politics and culture feel nostalgic about the Commonwealth and hope to rekindle the old relationship. But the reality is not so simple.

Mar 10 06:59

EU REVOLT: Polish PM reveals the TWELVE nations ready to TOPPLE Macron and Merkel's agenda

POLAND'S Prime Minister has revealed the 12 countries that are ready to mount a revolt against the establishment EU agenda set by Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel, in what could be a fundamental power shift in Brussels.

Mar 09 16:10

SCENES FROM SWEDEN: Cultural Enrichment From Migrants

This clip is pretty brutal...


Mar 09 07:55

Russia Blamed For Italian Election Outcome

If there is a European election, and the anti-establishment parties score a stunning victory (as just happened in Italy, and a few months prior, in Austria), who're you gonna blame? Vladimir Putin (of course)!

That's what Samantha Power, one of the top diplomats in the Obama administration, did when she shared an article by Spain's El Pais newspaper about how Russia predetermined the outcome of Sunday's election by spinning an immigration discourse in Italy: "Italy’s joins long list of elections influenced by Russia. Sputnik will do what Sputnik does. The question is: what are our democracies going to do about it? Will voters repudiate candidates who seek to benefit from Russian interference?"

Mar 09 07:52

Billions Flown From Gaddafi 'Frozen Funds' in Belgium

Belgian authorities have discovered the disappearance of 10 billion euros of frozen Libyan assets kept in the Euroclear Bank during the period 2013 to 2017, according to the Le Vif weekly paper.

According to Le Vif magazine, these funds were controlled by the inner circle of ousted and killed Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi.

Over 16 billion euros were located in four accounts opened for the Libyan Investment Authority and Libyan Foreign Investment Company.

The Belgian authorities found the disappearance of a significant part of these funds in the fall of 2017, when an investigation into money laundering sought to seize the 16 billion euros. It turned out that on the four accounts just over 5 billion euros remained.

Mar 09 07:50

'It's Unclear Where the Whole Idea of Europe's Unification is Going' - Analyst

The European Commission has heavily criticized seven EU states for their aggressive tax policies. EU economic affairs commissioner Pierre Moscovici has pointed the finger at Belgium, Cyprus, Hungary, Ireland, Luxembourg, Malta and the Netherlands, arguing that they offer complex tax schemes to help international companies avoid high taxes.

Mar 09 07:49

Roaring cannons: Massive US-led artillery drills kick off in Europe

The US Army has started a massive artillery exercise, involving thousands of troops from NATO nations as well as heavy howitzers, multiple launch rocket systems and mortars.

Some 3,700 troops from 26 NATO member states, including the US, the UK, France and Germany, have arrived at Grafenwoehr range (in Germany) along with their heavy weapons, according to US Army Europe’s (USAEUR) training command. The exercise Dynamic Front 18, which will last until March 10, has a stated goal to “develop the capabilities of US and allied fires units to operate side-by-side, from identifying targets at a multinational, theater-level command to tactical units.”

Mar 09 07:34

After the bombing of Yugoslavia, we should understand what will happen to the world and our country, Russian President Vladimir Putin said, reminding that in 1999 he was hit in the center of Europe without the approval of the UN Security Council.

Putin in the documentary "World Order 2018" spoke about the events after the unification of the two Germans, pointing out that Russia not only contributed to this, but also withdrew troops from Eastern Europe.

As he said, it did so in the expectation that after the termination of the Warsaw treaty, the cease-fire would cease to exist, or, at the very least, that this organization will not expand and that, as he said, tectonic changes in the system of international relations as a whole .

"As we see, it did not happen. It turned out that under the cover of this ideological confrontation, a geopolitical struggle is going, a struggle for geopolitical interests. Secondly, the old world order created after the Second World War and based on that power distribution has actually disappeared and everything had to be changed from scratch, "Putin said.
He estimated that from there came all nihilism to international law and the role of the UN.

Mar 08 14:26

European stock markets look ugly

Mar 08 13:59

FANTASTIC VIDEO | The Flemish Youth Is Rising! No More Migrants! No More Open Borders!

This is pretty awesome stuff...


Mar 08 12:52

Afghan Asylum Seeker Admits to Vienna Stabbings, Says He Did It Because He Was in a ‘Bad Mood’

The 23-year-old Afghan asylum seeker who was arrested in connection with the stabbings of four people Wednesday night in Vienna has confessed to the attacks, saying he stabbed them because he was “in a bad mood”.
The man was arrested Wednesday night after two separate stabbing attacks in Leopoldstadt, the second district of Vienna.

During his police interrogation, he said that the first attack was motivated by his “bad mood” over his life situation. The second attack was related to the Vienna drug scene and the Afghan blamed the fourth victim for his drug addiction.

Mar 08 10:55

The Italian Job: ‘unlikely’ alliance could become reality

As Italy's traditional parties scramble to rise from the debris, two extremes – populist Five Star and far-right Lega – may eye coalition

The Italian race was a highly personalized affair, centered on four stars: former prime minister Matteo Renzi – the Italian Tony Blair – of the center-left Democratic Party (PD); the larger-than-life Silvio “bunga bunga” Berlusconi of the right-wing Forza Italia; populist Five Star leader Luigi Di Maio; and extreme-right Lega leader Matteo Salvini.

Mar 08 10:52

Jeff Sessions the Mr. Magoo Buffoon

Oh, Magoo, you've done it again! "I have a vision problem today can't see myself doing much." Such would be a very good motto for Jeff Sessions.

What does impact every inhabitant is that the rule of law has become an utter joke, especially under the regimes of the last three Attorney Generals. Sadly President Trump got snookered by former Senator Jeff Sessions when he was picked to lead the Department of Justice, better described as UNJUSTICE by anyone who has half a brain left to admit the true condition of the top cops, head attorneys or government pseudo magistrates.

Mar 08 09:39

Euro-Stocks Trashed

Mar 08 09:15


Mar 08 08:32

EU warns Italy it is an economic liability as tensions between Rome and Brussels SOAR

THE European Union has issued a major warning to Italy and said the country's economy is still suffering from imbalances amid growing tensions between Brussels and Rome following the triumph of populist parties at the Italian election on Sunday.

Mar 08 08:13

EU to supply electricity to Israeli settlements

The European Union will within a few years be supplying electricity to Israel’s settlements in the occupied West Bank and Syria’s Golan Heights, all of which are illegal under international law.

That is what will happen when a major EU-backed infrastructure project, the EuroAsia Interconnector, is completed.

This is a subsea cable system that will connect the Israeli electricity grid to Europe via Greece and Cyprus.

This “energy highway” will create “a reliable alternative route for the transfer of electric energy to and from Europe,” according to the project website.

Mar 08 08:00

EU FARCE: Hundreds of treaties at risk as ECJ rules clause ILLEGAL

HUNDREDS of treaties have been shrouded in doubt after the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that an arbitration clause in investment protection agreements violates EU law.

Mar 07 20:24

You Can Now Be Arrested for Sexism in Belgium

Mar 07 19:15

Microwaves across Europe are 6 minutes slow due to a Serbia-Kosovo grid dispute

In a press release on Tuesday, Europe's electric transmission lobby said that ovens, microwaves, and radios across continental Europe could be running almost six minutes slow due to a power grid dispute between Serbia and neighboring Kosovo.

Power-connected clocks on appliances generally tell time by counting the rate of the electrical current, which in Europe is supposed to hold a constant frequency of 50Hz. If that frequency drops below 50Hz, connected appliance clocks will be slow, and if it rises above 50Hz, clocks will be fast. Since mid-January, clocks that are on the Continental Europe Power System, a synchronized area that reaches through 25 countries across the continent, have seen a deviation from grid-time based on an average frequency of 49.996 Hz.

Mar 07 15:59

Netherlands to hold referendum on controversial law in March 2018

Four months after the controversial referendum law was passed, the Netherlands is all set to hold a non-binding referendum in March 2018 over the legislation giving law enforcement authorities ‘mass-surveillance’ powers, the Dutch Voting Commission said on November 1, 2017.

As per a report published in Reuters, digital privacy advocates, activists, politicians, and media groups want to overturn the data-slurping “tapping law” which was passed by the Dutch Senate in July, after years of debate and allowed intelligence agencies to gather data en masse from large groups of people.

While emphasizing that the public referendum was ‘purely consultative’, the Dutch Electoral Council said that if more than 30 percent of the electorate vote in the favor and a majority oppose the law, the government would re-examine the proposal.

Mar 07 12:15

A Scandinavian Paradise-Sweden today

This presentation should be viewed by everyone in the civilized world

All of Europe is facing a reality check ...

Sweden allowed millions of arabs in their country and look how they are repaid.


Caution Very graphic presentation but maybe an eye opener !

This is one of the main reasons we have a 2nd Amendment to the bill of rights in the USA.

How do they like it now ? dia/ats/video/sweden-multi-cul

Mar 07 09:10

Ukraine Is Freezing Its Butt off After Stockholm Court Made Gazprom Very, Very Angry

Last week, Russia's state-run gas giant and quasi-monopolist when it comes to European natiral gas supplies, Gazprom, announced it would not restart shipments of natural gas to Ukraine's Naftogaz starting March 1 after the two sides failed to reach an agreement, Gazprom deputy chairman, Alexander Medvedev, told journalists.

Mar 07 08:59

EU FAILED: Macron admits Italian election result is a 'BRUTAL' message to Brussels

EMMANUEL Macron has admitted the Italian election result was a brutal reminder to Europe that Italy's citizens were left to "suffer for months and months" over migration pressures.

Mar 07 08:57

Danish Politician: Returning '3rd World Migrants' 'Best Affair in 1600 Years'

"Third world" residents may indeed travel to the Western world, but once they are there, few of them can actually do any better than obtain subsidized jobs, a phenomenon reproduced from generation to generation. The best thing to do, therefore, is to pay immigrants to go home again, Danish historian and politician Morten Uhrskov Jensen wrote in a controversial opinion piece in the newspaper Jyllands-Posten.

Uhrskov Jensen argued that the problem of "third-world immigrants" was "insoluble." As long as they themselves and their children stay in Denmark, a country of fewer than 5.8 million which as he put it, "received nearly half a million third-world immigrants," their inability to support themselves is repeated in the coming generations, he argued.

Mar 07 08:54

Italy Election Aftermath: Renzi Quits, Center-Left ‘Disappears’

With final results in from Sunday’s national elections in Italy, the depth of the defeat for the left can be fully appreciated with the resignation of the leader of the Democratic Party (PD) and the severely diminished presence of the center-left coalition in Parliament.

Mar 06 15:35

Trump Won't Meet Poland's Leaders Until Their Holocaust Law Is Repealed, US Diplomats Have Reportedly Warned

The US quietly rolled out diplomatic sanctions against Poland last month in response to the country's new Holocaust law, the Polish outlet Onet Wiadomo?ci reported Tuesday.

Onet reported that it had obtained a memo, dated Feb. 20, that said Poland's leaders would not be allowed to meet with President Donald Trump or Vice President Mike Pence until the law was repealed.

State Department officials also reportedly warned that the US might withhold funding for joint military projects in Poland, including the stationing of US forces in the country as part of joint NATO defense efforts.

Mar 06 14:22

Italy swings against EU after election

The Italian elections have resulted in the predicted swing against the centre-left pro-EU Democratic Party, the successor of Italy’s once mighty Communist Party – the party of Togliatti and Gramsci – and today the Party of outgoing Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni and former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.

From a position in 2008, when the Democratic Party won 37% of the vote in the parliamentary elections of that year, it fell to 25% of the vote in the elections of 2013, and has no fallen further to just 19% of the vote in the elections which have been held now.

Mar 06 10:36

ROME: Italy tells the EU to F*** Off

Mar 06 08:59

Chaos on the streets of Prague: Thousands protest Czech PM in Communist row

THOUSANDS of protestors have taken to the streets in Prague after the Czech government endorsed a controversial former Communist-era police officer as the country's new police oversight chief.

Mar 06 08:57

US Navy Boosts Mediterranean Presence As Exxon Set To Explore Offshore Cyprus

The U.S. Navy has increased its Mediterranean fleet, just a couple of weeks before Exxon is due to send two surveying vessels to explore offshore Cyprus near the area where Turkey blocked an Eni drilling ship from prospecting in February, Turkish news outlet Ahval reports.

Mar 06 08:48

'The END of the EU is nigh' Nigel Farage warns Italian election result will crush Brussels

NIGEL FARAGE has claimed the Italian election result could crush the European Union after Luigi di Maio’s anti-establishment Five Star Movement secured 32.5 percent of the vote – becoming the first single party in Italy.

Mar 06 08:45


If there is a European election, and the anti-establishment parties score a stunning victory (as just happened in Italy, and a few months prior, in Austria), who’re you gonna blame? Vladimir Putin (of course)!

That’s what Samantha Power, one of the top diplomats in the Obama administration, did when she shared an article by Spain’s El Pais newspaper about how Russia predetermined the outcome of Sunday’s election by spinning an immigration discourse in Italy: “Italy’s joins long list of elections influenced by Russia.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am amazed that Samantha Power can keep a straight face when she says things like this!

Mar 06 08:16

Front Bench: Italy has just given Europe its latest anti-establishment shock, but don't expect Brussels to listen

The anti-establishment Movimento 5 Stelle (Five Star Movement) look to have won by far the biggest share of the vote (approx. 30 per cent). Brussels' preferred option, the Right-wing coalition led by former PM Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia are expected to win around 32-35 per cent of the vote. That might be enough for a razor-thin majority.

Otherwise, Italy is set for a hung parliament and months of political wrangling.

Mar 06 08:15

Hand Grenades and Gang Violence Rattle Sweden’s Middle Class

Weapons from a faraway, long-ago war are flowing into immigrant neighborhoods here, puncturing Swedes’ sense of confidence and security. The country’s murder rate remains low, by American standards, and violent crime is stable or dropping in many places. But gang-related assaults and shootings are becoming more frequent, and the number of neighborhoods categorized by the police as “marred by crime, social unrest and insecurity” is rising. Crime and immigration are certain to be key issues in September’s general election, alongside the traditional debates over education and health care.

Mar 06 08:13

Israel slaps entry ban on Norway’s largest labor union

A routine matter of racial profiling by Israeli authorities has spiraled into a diplomatic attack on Norway’s largest labor organization.

Mohammed Malik, a Norwegian citizen with Pakistani heritage, had joined a trade union study tour organized by the Palestine Committee of Norway, but was stopped for questioning by officials at Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport on 17 February. While all other members of the delegation were allowed to continue on their trip, Malik spent the night in detention before being deported and issued a lifetime entry ban.

During Malik’s interrogation, Israeli agents discovered that he was a member of the Norwegian Food and Allied Workers Union. He was questioned about his union affiliation and the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions’ (LO) policy toward Israel.

Mar 05 14:21

NYT Admits Trump Is Right About Grenade And AK-47 Attacks In Sweden

In the latest installment of our focus on Sweden, the New York Times diverted from the establishment media playbook, publishing an astonishing report detailing Sweden’s increasing problem with immigrant gangs using hand grenades and Kalashnikovs in crime sprees across the country — more than a year after the dying liberal paper scolded President Trump for bringing awareness to the issue.

Mar 05 12:08

Migrant orders Swedish woman to give up her subway seat

A visibly angry migrant orders a Swedish woman to give up her seat on the Stockholm subway, obviously since he wants the seat for himself.

Translation of what's audible: "He: Get away from here! (x2) She: No problem. He: Fucking swede!"

Really feels good to welcome these troubled migrants as they have been rescued from their hardships and are now living on the taxpayer's expense.

Mar 05 08:25

Deafening SILENCE: Not one EU bigwig speaks as Italy issues DEVASTATING result to Brussels

THE European Union’s Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker remained damningly silent over the Italian election result today which showed a nation’s contempt for the Brussels project.

Mar 05 08:23

Former Minister: Italy Must Be Guided in Its ‘Change of Population’ Due to Immigration

Prior to Italian national elections, the country’s first black cabinet minister told Swiss radio that due to massive immigration, Italy needs to be guided in “the change in the composition of the population” that is the fruit of immigration.

An immigrant herself from the African nation of Congo and Italy’s former minister for integration, Cécile Kyenge said the present situation in Italy is “surreal” because of the level of hostility toward immigration found among several political parties.

Immigration has become “the sole rallying point” of right-wing Italian parties, she said, which stoke a “climate of fear” by focusing on the lack of stability and security in the country.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The fault lies with the immigrants themselves (and the globalists who encourage them) because of the wave of crime, rapes, illnesses, etc. the immigrants have brought with them.

Mar 05 08:22

EU has a ‘MASSIVE ISSUE’ - Italian election results fuel uprising against eurozone rules

THE European Union has a “massive issue” after the surge in support for highly Eurosceptic parties at the Italian election, experts claim, with Brussels likely to face an uprising and demands to tear up its rulebook.

Mar 05 08:21

Italian election 2018: Nigel Farage CONGRATULATES Five Star Movement amid anti-EU SURGE

NIGEL Farage has offered his congratulations to Italy’s Five Star Movement for their polling results as eurosceptic parties are expected to make massive gains in the 2018 Italian election today.

Mar 05 08:21

Appeaser Theresa Goes to Bat FOR EU Against Trump Tariffs

Prime Minister Theresa May has taken the bizarre step of coming out to bat for the EU against U.S. President Donald Trump, after the bloc threatened to trigger a damaging “trade war” by levying tariffs on several iconic American brands.

The European Union and its predecessor organisations — the European Community and the European Economic Community — have consistently failed to negotiate a trade agreement with the United States, so its member-states will likely be hit when planned tariffs on steel and aluminium, designed to protect American workers from competitors in low-wage economies, come into force.

Mar 05 08:08

Warm Feelings: Russian LNG Gas Reportedly Heads to UK Amid Record Cold Snap

When cold weather strikes, Europe seems to come to an understanding that Russian energy deliveries to the continent carry a purely economic significance, not a political one.

Deliveries of Russian liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Yamal in Siberia are set to arrive in the UK this week as the island nation struggles to dig out from Storm Emma, the Financial Times reported.

The LNG will be delivered to the UK by Royal Dutch Shell, two sources familiar with the shipment have said. The gas will be picked up this weekend, and delivered to an LNG terminal in Milford Haven, Wales, where it will be regasified and pumped into the UK network by March 6.

Mar 05 08:05


For a few years, as the crisis that is the European Union and its disastrous immigration policies have been unfolding, I've been urging people to watch Italy. Indeed, during last week's News and Views I implicitly suggested that the center of the European stage has shifted from Berlin - where a workable coalition government has yet to take shape in any recognizable fashion and where Mad Madam Merkel is under increasing pressure to go - and from Paris, where M. Macron, if his performance in the recent Munich security conference is any measure, has yet to muster enough pluck to stand up to the paper tigress in Berlin, to Rome. Why is Italy so crucial? For one thing, it's in the top ten economies of the world, and depending on who one consults, comes in at about number 8, making its economy about as large as Russia's.

Mar 04 08:16

Trump Threatens Europe: "We Will Tax Your Cars"

This is how trade wars escalate: Trump hasn't even officially announced the steel and aluminum import tariffs, expected to be formally unveiled this coming week, and the rhetoric is already one of World Trade War I doom and gloom.

Hours after Trump tweeted on Friday morning that “trade wars are good, and easy to win,” European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said the bloc is prepared to respond quickly and forcefully by targeting imports of Harley-Davidson motorbikes, Levi Strauss & Co. jeans and bourbon whiskey from the U.S.

According to some, the preliminary EU retaliation was targeted in a way that would maximize political pressure on American leaders: Harley-Davidson is based in House Speaker Paul Ryan’s home state of Wisconsin, while bourbon whiskey hails from the state of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. San Francisco-based Levi Strauss is headquartered in House Minority Leader’s Nancy Pelosi’s district.

Mar 04 08:14

Ukraine Freezes After Russia Halts Gas Deliveries

Last week, Russia's state-run gas giant and quasi-monopolist when it comes to European natgas supplies, Gazprom, announced it would not restart shipments of natural gas to Ukraine's Naftogaz starting March 1 after the two sides failed to reach an agreement, Gazprom deputy chairman, Alexander Medvedev, told journalists.

Russian gas deliveries to Ukraine were supposed to restart on Thursday following a foreign court ruling aimed at ending years of disputes between Kiev and Moscow, including two halts to Russian gas supplies to Europe through Ukraine. But Gazprom unexpectedly refused to resume deliveries, returning the prepayment for supplies made by Kiev, claiming amendments to a contract had not been completed.

Mar 04 07:37

EU BOMBSHELL: Dutch PM rants against 'ever closer union' clause as 'HORRIBLE AND WRONG'

THE Dutch Prime Minister has revealed his loathing of the enshrined aim of the European Union to pursue an "ever closer union" - which he attacked as a colossal mistake behind much of the political headache currently on display in Europe.

Mar 04 07:37

‘Do you want war with Russia?’: Backlash at German newspaper over ‘NATO’s Eastern Front’ piece

An article mentioning “NATO’s Eastern Front” in a headline got Germany’s Die Welt newspaper in hot water, with furious readers accusing it of warmongering. The term Eastern Front is associated with the 1941 Nazi invasion of USSR.

Entitled ‘The Bundeswehr lacks winter clothing for NATO’s Eastern Front’, the article was first published by the German dpa news agency and then reprinted by other German media outlets, including Die Welt, which eventually bore the brunt of the headline wording. The piece tells of shortages of winter uniforms and basic equipment required by Germany’s military to lead the bloc’s rapid deployment force known as the Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (VJTF).

Mar 04 07:36

Endgame Russia: NATO Sprawl Invades Eastern Europe, No More Illusions

In the past, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) justified its militarization of large swaths of Eastern Europe by pointing to the omnipresent threat of terrorism, or some 'rogue' foreign state, inherently understood to be Iran.

Today the mask has slipped and it is no longer denied that NATO's primary target is Russia.

Mar 04 07:11

Swedish Public Broadcaster Journalist Harassed Called ‘Whore’, Told Not To Film In Stockholm No-Go Zone

Swedish broadcast journalist Anna-Klara Bankel was called a “damn whore” and told not to film in the notorious Stockholm no-go suburb of Rinkeby by locals whilst recording video footage for a documentary.

Anna-Klara Bankel, who works for the Swedish public broadcaster SVT, was called a “damn whore” while attempting to interview locals on the effectiveness of recently introduced CCTV cameras in the area to combat drug dealing and other crimes.

While trying to talk to locals in the main square of Rinkeby, a man shouted: “Go away! You cannot film here. Damn it!”

Mar 04 07:10

Three Times The Mainstream Media Has Denied The Existence of No-Go Zones In Europe

For many years, the mainstream media has denied the existence of No Go Zones across various European countries. This is despite heavily migrant populated neighbourhoods turning into areas of high crime and danger for police and public alike.

This week, German Chancellor Angela Merkel shocked the world by admitting that even Germany, which has taken in well over a million migrants since the 2015 migrant crisis, has no-go zones.

Merkel, who was described as the “leader of the free world” by left-wing publication the Independent after the election of U.S. President Donald Trump, is only the latest European leader to recognize the problems within migrant enclaves.

Mar 03 08:32

Trump’s Trashing of Iran Deal ‘Actually Threatening Europe’ As Well As Tehran

"I think it remains to be seen whether the Europeans are going to kowtow to Washington or not," said Porter. "It certainly could happen and the reason of course is that the United States is going to use every bit of power that is available to it to muscle the EU signatories of the JCPOA, that being Britain, France and Germany, to knuckle under to the US demand that they come up with something."

"That power, of course, is that if the Europeans don't go along with this and they do business with Iran, as it's required by the JCPOA, then the United States will cut off their financial access to US national institutions. That is a very sizable leverage that the US has."

Mar 03 08:24

Top Muslim Imam Says Migrants Should Breed With Europeans, Conquer Europe and Destroy Christianity

Mar 03 08:14

Who is Antonio Tajani? The man Berlusconi wants to be Italy's next prime minister

European Parliament President Antonio Tajani, the man picked by Silvio Berlusconi as his choice to be Italy's next prime minister, is an affable networker and long-time ally of the billionaire media tycoon.

"He is someone who knows all of Europe," Berlusconi said as he announced his one-time protege as his favoured nominee if the rightwing coalition he heads wins a majority in Sunday's general election.

Tajani, who helped Berlusconi enter politics in the early 1990s and then served as his spokesman, is seen as someone whose loyalty Berlusconi can count on.

Mar 03 08:00

Milan Mosque Urges Muslims to Vote for Italian Left-Wing Parties in Favour of ‘Birthplace Citizenship’

The Mosque of Segrate located on the outskirts of Milan has called on Muslims to vote for the centre-left coalition and parties favourable to granting birthplace citizenship.

The Segrate mosque, also known as Masjid al-Rahmàn or Mosque of the Merciful, released a bulletin to followers urging them to vote for parties which support granting citizenship to anyone born within the borders of Italy, known as Jus Soli, Italian newspaper Il Giornale reports.

The mosque told believers “they have a fundamental interest in going to the polls and in the secrecy of the voting booth, where nobody, except Allah, shines the splendour of his light, sees them express carefully on the valid ballot, putting the X on the symbol of parties favourable to Jus Soli.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This illustrates the dangers of open borders. If enough refugees (or illegal immigrants) flood into a country, they can literally vote to take the country away from the population who built it.

Mar 03 07:58

Brussels Prepares to Drag Britain into ‘Trade War’ with America

The European Union is poised to drag Britain into a damaging trade war with the United States, as Brussels prepares to retaliate against measures designed to protect American metalworkers.

Mar 03 07:58

Hysterical CNN Pushes ‘Italy Returns to Fascism’ Narrative, Fails to Declare Author Campaigned Against Article Subjects

U.S. broadcaster CNN published an article this week by historian Andrea Mammone claiming that the return of conservative former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi to Italian politics, along with the popularity of anti-mass migration parties, is heralding a return to fascism.

According to Mammone, the policies and rhetoric of Mr Berlsuconi during the Italian national election campaign have “led to the legitimization of the far right” and cites the rise of the far-right Casapound movement and the far-right Forza Nuova.

Recent polls suggest that much of the rhetoric used by Silvio Berlusconi, such as promising to deport 600,000 illegal migrants, has resonated with voters as his party along with the populist La Lega, are favourites to win Sunday’s vote.

Mar 03 07:54

‘EU serves Europe, not the other way round!' Dutch PM in extraordinary attack on Brussels

DUTCH prime minister Mark Rutte has launched an extraordinary tirade against Brussels bureaucrats and demanded more control over the future direction of Europe for European leaders, rather than unelected officials.

Mar 03 07:53

EXCLUSIVE: Italy PM candidate tells Italexit ON CARDS as he HERALDS Brexit

ITALIAN election candidate Matteo Salvini sent a stern warning to Brussels over Brexit claiming Italy could be the next EU member state to follow the UK out of the bloc.

Mar 03 07:52

Migrant ‘Ikea Murderer’ Explains Away Murder Motive Claiming ‘Sh*t Happens’

Eritrean failed asylum seeker turned murderer Abraham Ukbagabir claim in an interview that he wants to “forget” his killing of a 55-year-old woman and her 28-year-old son in an Ikea in 2015 and said, “shit happens”.

The 37-year-old, who was convicted of murdering a woman and her son in an Ikea in the city of Västerås, opened up about his past in Eritrea and brushed off the murder in a new interview with Swedish newspaper Expressen.

Mar 03 07:49

The Conservative Visegrád Countries Are Rising

"These countries are some of the only nations on the continent who’ve remained steadfast in their desire to hold on to their native Christian, European identities."