Caution: Theresa May’s Departure, Nationalist Victories in EU Elections Still No Guarantee of BrexitWritten by William F. Jasper
Theresa May's resignation, Nigel Farage's Brexit Party victory, and nationalist MEP victories across Europe are but important steps in a long process to dissolve the EU and win back sovereignty.
Recent elections for the European Parliament indicate that there is a rising tide in Europe against globalism.
More than two years after Austria’s so-called burqa ban, the nation has taken another half step to preserve its culture: It has enacted a law designed to stop Muslim girls from wearing Islamic headscarves in primary schools.
A new open-borders mob calling themselves the “Black Vests” shut down a portion of Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport by force on Sunday. One protester loudly proclaimed, “France does not belong to the French!”
The 1922 Committee of Tory backbenchers and Prime Minister Theresa May have agreed to meet during the week of June 3 in order to “agree on a timetable for the election of a new leader.”
As elections for the European Parliament come closer in Great Britain, Nigel Farage, with his new Brexit Party is set to make a large statement not only about Brexit, but about British politics in general.
On May 19, Swiss citizens will go to the polls to vote on a referendum that would decide whether or not to allow restrictions on the Alpine country’s gun policies.
The U.K. Conservative Party is in big trouble among the British public because of their failed Brexit strategies.
Nanny-state Norway's new health minister has said not only that “people should be allowed to smoke, drink and eat as much red meat [as] they just want,” but also that she’s very sympathetic toward smokers.
Prime Minister Theresa May is said to be secretly considering a Brexit option that was once unthinkable: a second referendum.
The Islamic conquest of Europe through mass migration continues without opposition. One sign? Mohammed is the most popular name for baby boys in Berlin.