That recent reports of a plan to overthrow the French government came from Le Figaro, the nation’s oldest national daily and a newspaper of record, speaks volumes. It suggests the threat was credible, though not realistic, and this reflects the deep discontent with imperious Western-establishment pseudo-elites that gave us Brexit, Donald Trump’s election, and, now, the “Yellow Vest” movement.
The Italians don’t have anyone like the Nebraska principal who recently tried to ban even candy canes and red and green items at Christmastime. But they do have a war on the season, as some Italian schools have moved to prohibit Nativity scenes and crucifixes in the name of “inclusiveness” and “respect for other cultures.”
The “Irish Backstop” remains the main stumbling block as U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May faces a crucial (and perhaps doomed) vote next Tuesday.
Following the lead of U.S. President Donald Trump and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, governments across Europe and beyond are refusing to join a controversial United Nations agreement aiming to accelerate mass immigration to the West.
When Great Britain voted to leave the European Union in 2016, it's unlikely that citizens could concieve of the nasty political war that would ensue over it.
The French government announced yesterday that it will delay an increase in new fuel taxes by six months, but it may be too little, too late to pacify the “Yellow Vest” protesters who are wreaking havoc in France.
A Dutch court ruled that a 69-year-old man could not change his age to 49 even if he feels that young, despite the fact that people are allowed to change their genders to conform to their feelings.
VIDEO - In this interview with The New American magazine, Italian Insider editor John Phillips speaks out against the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and its efforts to destroy his newspaper and have him imprisoned for honest reporting. Phillips also warns that the UN FAO has become a cesspool of corruption under the leadership of José Graziano, a Brazilian socialist. But policymakers in Washington can do something about it, he says.
While French President Emmaneul Macron pushes fuel taxes to address the "end of the world" due to climate change, protesters in France are struggling to make it to the "end of the month," as they are being strangled by rising fuel costs.
May’s Brexit sellout is no surprise. Now, as she campaigns to promote the betrayal, will independence-minded Tories force her resignation?
The main purpose of the UN Global Compact for Migration, if British politician Janice Atkinson is correct, is to remake the West through massive Third World migration.