British authorities are conducting more than 500 anti-terrorism operations involving approximately 3,000 “subjects of interest” at any given time — and the situation is only poised to get worse in the near future.

Italy’s new populist government, headed by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and supported by two anti-immigration parties, is expected to deport 500,000 immigrants.

Germany is using law enforcement to track down and fine parents excusing their children early from school to take advantage of travel discounts.

The immigration problems in France are reaching crisis proportions, and the French people want something done about it.

Poland’s defense minister, Mariusz Blaszczak, has held talks with U.S. officials about having thousands of U.S. troops permanently stationed in Poland, presumably as a deterrent to possible Russian incursions.

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