Sources are suggesting that former U.S. Ambassador to the Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch may have ordered the State Department to "spy" on U.S. journalists who were investigating Joe and Hunter Biden's dealings in the country.
Calling out inept, traitorous, and corrupt politicians among Europe's ruling class online is officially banned, worldwide. After usurping authority over the peoples and nations of Europe, a European Union court just ruled that U.S.-based social-media companies must comply with anti-free speech decrees by European authorities. Under the ruling handed down by the so-called European Court of Justice last week, judges made clear that the criticism of a fringe political figure must be censored all over the world — not just inside the EU or in the specific nation where authorities consider the speech illegal. Critics called the move Orwellian and crazy.
Sweden is to an extent experiencing population replacement. But this hasn’t, as hoped, translated into worker replacement. In fact, unemployment rates have skyrocketed due to the importation of welfare-dependent Third World migrants.
Norway’s controversial child welfare agency has taken permanent custody of three American children after one falsely accused her parents of abuse.
One might say something here about the “best laid plans of mice and men,” except that there was nothing well conceived about Europe’s recent years’ admittance of waves of Muslim migrants. Just consider Sweden, which had led the world in absorbing the most migrants per capita (and in value signaling) and now finds that, sometimes, when you lead you bleed. And some Swedish cities — and to an extent the nation itself — are now bleeding native Swedes as they flee migrant-born crime and social ills.
After the U.K.’s Supreme Court ruled last week that Boris Johnson’s decision to prorogue Parliament for five weeks was unlawful, Johnson announced plans to do so again, but for a much shorter duration.
Maybe they can blame his “assault” bicycle. A Somali Muslim living in Sweden and dubbed “the bicycle man” has recently been arrested for attacking 21 random people, mostly women, in the Swedish city of Eskilstuna. Prosecutors say they have reason to fear that the migrant will continue committing crimes. Yet three-monkeys style — which is fashionable among Western authorities and media — they say the man’s motives “remain unclear.”
A Christian doctor in the United Kingdom was fired after he refused to use transgender pronouns, and has lost a lawsuit against the government after a court declared his belief in the Bible to be “incompatible with human dignity.”
In our sometimes absurd world, males are being allowed to compete in violent, full-contact sports against women. In Great Britain, some rugby referees are quitting their jobs rather than be a part of such a farce.
The British press reported that some workers in the U.K. who are fearful that they may lose their jobs to workplace robots have resorted to sabotaging the robots.
Nigel Farage has announced that he will run for Parliament whenever the next general election in the U.K. occurs. And he’s offering PM Boris Johnson a deal.