“Europe will be Muslim,” prominent Turkish official Alparslan Kavaklıoğlu recently proclaimed. In this he was echoing his president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who said last year that Muslims “are the future of Europe."
After years of government-linked slaughter, torture, abuse, and hatred against embattled European-descent farmers in South Africa, the radical government might have finally gone too far by openly vowing to steal their land without compensation.
China’s censors went on a rampage last week, all because of a reporter's spontaneous, on-camera facial expression that signaled her exasperation at Communist China’s stage-managed National People’s Congress. The Internet storm cuased by the now-famous eye-roll also exposed the communist regime's dangerous media penetration of the United States.
In the wake of the attempted murder of a former Russian spy and the murder of a Russian businessman, the Russian Bear is showing its true colors. With indications that the Kremlin is behind the nerve agent poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter as well as the murder of Nikolai Glushkov, Russia threatened the UK — where both attacks took place — with nuclear war.
A conservative/libertarian journalist was denied entry into the U.K. — supposedly for spouting racist and “Islamophobic” views.
On March 18, the world will find out (yet again) that Russian President Vladimir Putin is elected for another presidential term, his fourth.
Britain's Nigel Farage declares that the European Union's criticism of President Trump's tariffs on steel is gross hypocrisy.
The nerve agent poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain earlier this week is reminiscent of previous murders thought to have been carried out at the direction of the Kremlin. It the Russian Bear up to its old tricks?
Top Navy and Marine Corps officials warned the House Appropriations defense subcommittee Wednesday of the threat of China’s tactic of buying up foreign land “to win without fighting.” Navy Secretary Richard Spencer called the move “weaponizing capital.”
Will the elections in Italy, with anti-EU parties winning, lead to Italy's own exit from the EU, and a domino effect across Europe?