Following the shooting attacks on a synagogue and a free-speech event in Copenhagen on February 15 that left two people dead and the January 9 Porte de Vincennes hostage crisis at a kosher food market in Paris in which four Jewish victims died, some European Jews are considering Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s suggestion that they emigrate to Israel.
Britain’s Nigel Farage was not holding back at the EU Parliament in Strasbourg, France, Thursday when he ridiculed Jean-Claude Juncker’s call for a European Union army in response to Russian support of the armed insurgency by pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine.
Russian officials denounced the anticipated arrival of U.S. troops for a training mission in Ukraine a “provocation” that could result in serious consequences for “Kiev authorities and the Ukrainian people.”
Scientists in England have found that fluoride could be causing depression and weight gain and have urged councils to stop adding it to the drinking water. The new findings directly contradict a report released by Public Health England last year that called fluoride a “safe and effective” way of improving dental health.
Are women being sacrificed on the altar of multiculturalism? In Sweden the answer may be yes, as rape by Muslim men is covered up by the government and media.
As outrage about the European Union and the super-state’s crisis-plagued “euro” currency continues to build across the bloc, Greek voters responded to the horrors unleashed upon Greece by socialist politicians and the EU by voting even more radical socialists into power. With the embattled and debt-laden Greek government teetering on the verge of bankruptcy despite gargantuan EU and European Central Bank bailouts, however, the far-left ruling Syriza party’s promises to voters of reducing the burden of “austerity” on Greece will be tough to fulfill — at least without defaulting and exiting the continental regime entirely. Now Syriza chief and newly elected Prime Minister of Greece Alexis Tsipras is stuck between a rock and a hard place.
Government officials in Britain may ask a school's students what Muslims and lesbians are. And watch out if they don't get the "right" answers — because it could mean that school will be shut down.
A key official with England’s National Health Service admits that the organization needs a complete overhaul before it collapses on itself. According to NHS Medical Director Sir Bruce Keogh, the agency requires a “complete transformation." In the same interview, however, Keogh denied that the agency is experiencing a crisis.
Scared into censorship: A news outlet suddenly cut the video feed of a journalist complaining about the media’s refusal to show the recent Charlie Hebdo cover — because the journalist showed the Charlie Hebdo cover.