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.
Following last Tuesday’s defeat of her “soft” Brexit deal in the House of Commons, Prime Minister Theresa May has been furiously working to come up with a “Plan B” deal for the U.K. to leave the European Union.
Theresa May survived a frantic no-confidence effort by Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party today, but calls for a new referendum on Brexit are growing.
With Prime Minister Theresa May’s “soft” Brexit deal going down to disastrous defeat yesterday, the future of the Prime Minister, and Brexit itself, have become incredibly murky.
U.K. Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn is set to pounce on Theresa May should her Brexit deal fail to pass in the House of Commons. He is expected to call for a no-confidence vote and new elections sometime this week.
With Prime Minister Theresa May's plan for Great Britain to leave the EU expected to fail, the dastardly calls for a second referendum are growing.
Chalk up another one for the politics and purveyors of hate: The chairman of the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, which takes a strong anti-migration stand, was savagely attacked recently by three hooded men and left for dead.
The U.K. is testing possible “no-deal” Brexit scenarios as Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan to exit the EU is set to be debated in Parliament.
Despite strict gun laws often requiring a year of supervised training as well as psychological testing, the ownership and use of personal firearms is growing rapidly in Europe as a result of recent terror attacks.