Outrage is growing on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean following a massive new leak of the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), a globalist “trade” agreement negotiated between the Obama administration and the European Union. The leaked documents are being used, properly in some cases, to portray the treaty as a giant handout to Big Business cronies. Just as importantly, the almost 250 pages of text also confirm once again that the controversial new “trade” regime aims to merge the regulatory regimes of the United States and the EU under unaccountable transnational institutions. In short, the threats to liberty, privacy, self-government, and national sovereignty are very real. But critics are fighting back.
EU officials have (approvingly) projected that in Europe will receive another three million refugees in 2016 — double the 1.5 million migrants who flooded Europe in the 2015 crisis.
Latest opinion poll suggests Obama’s warning that a vote for Brexit will put the UK at the “back of the queue” for any future trade deal with the United States is being disregarded by British voters — or is actually helping the “leave” side.
After decades of socialist policies, Venezuela's currency is collapsing. The destruction will continue until the country is laid waste or common sense is restored.
Anger and alarm over the impact of the EU’s disastrous migration policies have soured Swedes on the EU.
Abandoned even by many of her allies and facing impeachment proceedings at home supported by more than nine out of 10 Brazilians, Brazil's embattled president, former communist terrorist Dilma Rousseff, was in New York City last week to fight back.
A former British “equality” minister recently admitted that multiculturalism has “failed,” but this hasn’t stopped a major U.K. city from refusing to commemorate an important English holiday in the name of that increasingly discredited ism.
New Bertelsmann-YouGov Poll shows huge plunge in public support for “free trade” and U.S.-EU merger under Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)