Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban won reelection, and his Fidesz party won 133 of the national assembly’s 199 seats, likely positioning it to obtain a super majority.
Known for being the first European capital with a Muslim mayor, London is now known for a crime wave that has seen the city surpass NYC in homicides for the first time in two centuries.
Since England banned handguns in 1997, the murder rate has gone up 50 percent. Especially troublesome is a surge in the number of murderers using knives.
Johan van Hulst, a Dutch professor credited with saving 600 Jewish children from the Holocaust, died March 22, aged 107.
A Christian migrant who returned to Syria from Austria, a Croatian man who grew up in Sweden but recently moved to Poland, and a woman who left for Hungary because Sweden is now unsafe are all part of a secondary European migration — caused by Muslim migration.
Christopher Steele — the author (perhaps novelist would be a better description) of the Trump “dossier” — is facing serious legal troubles. Besides being referred for criminal investigation by members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, he is facing a multi-million dollar civil suit for defamation of character. Fox News has published British court records related to Steele’s upcoming deposition in that lawsuit.
Many people ask: “Why have elections in Russia, when the result is always the same? Why go through such a masquerade?” They don’t understand that authoritarian states need elections to “legitimize” their regime by a periodical display of national enthusiasm to keep the same people in power forever.
In the wake of the attempted murder of a former Russian spy and the murder of a Russian businessman, the Russian Bear is showing its true colors. With indications that the Kremlin is behind the nerve agent poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter as well as the murder of Nikolai Glushkov, Russia threatened the UK — where both attacks took place — with nuclear war.
On March 18, the world will find out (yet again) that Russian President Vladimir Putin is elected for another presidential term, his fourth.
Britain's Nigel Farage declares that the European Union's criticism of President Trump's tariffs on steel is gross hypocrisy.
The nerve agent poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain earlier this week is reminiscent of previous murders thought to have been carried out at the direction of the Kremlin. It the Russian Bear up to its old tricks?