Prime Minister Theresa May has laid out options for the House of Commons on Brexit. Among them is the chance to delay it for a short time.
It may sound like inviting the fox into the henhouse, but some Westerners want to welcome returning Islamic State (IS) fighters and brides into their countries. This problem is so bad in Sweden, in fact, that one politician just said that the nation has become for jihadis “what Argentina was for Nazis.”
On Tuesday, the Hungarian government announced that it is launching a new media campaign with the message that Soros and the EU are in favor of unchecked illegal immigration into the EU states.
“It’s a man, baby!” was a mistaken notion and part of comedy when uttered by fictional British spy Austin Powers in 1997. But expressing this sentiment in today’s Britain — even where it applies — can get you in big trouble, as a 38-year-old mother of two found out the hard way.
In a lament written for the Project Syndicate on Monday, billionaire George Soros sees the coming collapse of the European Union.
After months of Yellow Vest protests that have sapped French President Emmanuel Macron’s popularity and patience, the embattled head of state is considering taking his problems to the people in a referendum.
A recalcitrant European Union and an immovable British parliament portend an arduous path ahead for Theresa May's Brexit deal.
Speaking at the globalist World Economic Forum in Davos and later in Berlin after receiving the Fulbright Prize, globalist German Chancellor Angela Merkel doubled down on demands for more globalism, both in the form of regional governance and global governance. And she warned about the alleged dangers of those who reject her globalist ideology. Ironically but not surprisingly, the emissary of Communist China's regime, the most murderous dictatorship in the history of humanity, broadly agreed with Merkel's radical and deeply unpopular views.
Intellectuals may fancy themselves to have big ideas. But they’re a small constituency, and now a group of them is complaining about the patriotism of a much larger one: the masses opposing their European Union imperial scheme.
World Economic Forum attendees claim that battlling climate change is their top priority, but hundreds of them are arriving in Switzerland on carbon-spewing private jets.
In a rambling column celebrating the controversial North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen said that the alliance's military force was needed for use against opponents of the “rules-based international order.” The bizarre screed comes as more and more people across the Western world and beyond turn against the globalist “world order” that von der Leyen says must be preserved, even by military force if need be. Among the most prominent critics has been the President of the United States of America, Donald Trump, who globalists claim is seeking to blow it all up.