"Germany on track towards a command economy"
The president of the employers' association for the metal and electricity industries has made some serious accusations against the federal government: paternalism, economic planning and naivety are just some of the points on his list.
Crime committed by radical climate activists hits record high
The number of criminal offences committed by radical climate activists has reached new heights. Even though Germany's right wing has repeatedly warned over the past years that violence on the part of the activists is a growing tendency, the federal government remains silent.
Le Figaro: EU 'helpless against migrants' lives in denial
According to the French newspaper, the European Union has been weakened by the migration challenge, and the crisis it caused has led to a conflict between France, Germany and Italy.
Drug trafficking in Belgium an even bigger problem than terrorism
The justice minister is pushing for EU extradition agreements in a bid to make it easier to catch criminals.
German MEP gives away why they want to interfere in Polish elections
If the Left returns to power in Poland after the October elections, the new government will accept the migration pact imposed by Brussels, says Michael Gahler, an MEP of the German Christian Democrats.
Taliban demand compensation, threaten legal action
Afghanistan's migration minister has announced that he will use force, if necessary, to force governments to deport Afghan asylum seekers. At the same time, the Taliban are threatening to launch legal proceedings, including one against Germany, for perceived damages.
Donald Tusk blackmails Polish voters
Donald Tusk is promising to unblock funds blocked by the EU for Poland, but his pledge speaks volumes about his approach towards Poland, the Polish people and the power centres in Brussels and Berlin, according to Polish publicist Petar Petrovic.
Concert advertised with party president shot in the neck
A poster advertising a series of concerts in Bilbao, the capital of the Basque region, shows Santiago Abascal, the leader of the Spanish right-wing VOX party, with blood spurting from his neck.
FPO: Asylum and immigration are not the same!
The federal government is removing the borderline between asylum seekers and illegal immigrants, the Austrian right wing says. Therefore, the right-wing Austrian Freedom Party (FPO) would introduce concrete measures to tackle the unjustified destruction of the social system.
New evidence suggests the German Chancellor has lied
Although his recollection about his meetings regarding the scandal varies from hearing to hearing, some newly emerged e-mails clearly show that Olaf Scholz has been involved in clandestine meetings with the suspects of a continent-wide tax fraud scheme.
State school now a scene of culture war
Shortly before the start of the new academic year, the German state of Saxony-Anhalt has become the scene of a culture war between genders. The ministry in charge, led by the Christian Democrats, insists on normal spelling, but the Social Democrats and the Greens are outraged.
Hungary a good example of family policy, German politician says
Mass migration will never be a solution, it will always be a problem. The future of the country lies not in migrants, but in the right family policy, of which Hungary is the best example, according to Irmhild Bossdorf, a candidate for the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party in the European Parliament.
Americans are suffering from Joe Biden's immigration policy
The immigration crisis caused by the US president's policies is raising the costs that average Americans and their grown children must pay for housing.
This is how the government abandons natural disaster victims
Outrage mounts in Germany because the victims of a natural disaster that claimed the lives of more than 130 people in the federal states of Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia two years ago have still not received more than €600 million in aid.
This is how left-liberals want to normalize paedophilia – video
A giant culture war erupted around one of the most anticipated movies of the summer. The global left-liberal mainstream, with the American at its core, is trying to silence the message of the film which highlights the gravest problems affecting children: child trafficking and the sexual exploitation of children.
PM Orban: World politics is in a dangerous situation
The European Union has rejected Christianity, is carrying out a population swap and is conducting an LGBTQ campaign, Viktor Orban said in his speech in Transylvania. The Hungarian prime minister said that day by day we are moving towards a confrontation in world politics, which is in a dangerous situation because the number one superpower is sensing itself sink into second place. The PM summed up the coming tasks as follows: to be sensible in major world affairs, to build connections in the world economy, to fight in the EU disputes, to persevere in intellectual matters and to remain steadfast in national unification.
Energy transition to flop as hopes for cheap green electricity fade away
Germany wants wind and solar power to replace the recently abandoned nuclear and fossil fuels. But the rate of inflation could thwart the government's grandiose plans.
Even Democratic donors want Joe Biden replaced – video
Leading donors to the Democratic Party are reportedly already discussing who should replace Joe Biden as the presidential nominee.
PM Orban: We have managed to avoid a world war, but the fighting is dragging on
At the NATO summit, members succeeded in preventing a third world war as the North Atlantic Alliance did not award membership to Ukraine, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in an interview on Kussuth Radio's Good Morning, Hungary programme. Hungary will draw on all possible means to fight against Brussels's pro-migration plans, PM Orban said.
German right wing's popularity reaches record highs
In an unprecedented development, the Alternative for Germany party looks set to garner 22% of the vote for the first time, according to a fresh poll. A social scientist calls the party's exclusion a failure.
Ursula von der Leyen: Ukraine is still corrupt
The President of the European Commission said that Ukraine still has a long way to go before it can join NATO and the EU. As reported earlier, the Ukrainian Employers’ Union, representing Ukrainian entrepreneurs, has written an open letter to President Volodymyr Zelensky demanding measures to curb the abuse of power. The corruption of military officials, judges and notaries knows no limits, the alliance wrote.
Is Austria's eternal neutrality a thing of the past?
The Austrian Freedom Party (FPO) has pointed out that Austria's perpetual neutrality enshrined in the country's constitution has now been nullified by Austria's support for the EU's warmongering rhetoric.
French intelligence ex-chief has warned about the threat for years
From 2002 to 2008, Pierre Brochand was head of the Directorate-General for External Security (DGSE) and ambassador of France, in particular to Hungary and Israel. He rarely speaks in the media, but in an exclusive interview with Le Figaro, he shared his views on the bloody migrant riots in France, which lasted almost a week.
Cluster bombs will change nothing for Zelensky, says ex-intelligence officer
Scott Ritter, retired US Marine Corps intelligence officer, says the Biden administration's decision to supply Ukraine with M864 shells is simply a callous continuation of a policy aimed at prolonging a conflict that Ukraine cannot win and that is killing hundreds of Ukrainians every day.
Crazy turnarounds in Joe Biden's opinion on banned weapon
The United States has officially announced that its latest, brutally expensive weapons package will include cluster munitions to help Ukraine in its counter-offensive. However, the use of this insidious weapon has been banned by more than a hundred countries under a joint convention. What the US president now believes to be necessary is something he has vehemently opposed.
Andrej Babis sharply criticises Czech prime minister
Former prime minister Andrej Babis has criticised the incumbent premier for not taking action on migration issues during the Czech EU presidency and for not rejecting Brussels' migration pact at the latest EU summit. Babis said that this will cost the Czechs a lot of money and will also put their security at risk.
Sorosist EU Commissioner a master of hypocrisy
With crucial parliamentary elections looming on the horizon, no wonder that Poland has been in the European Commission's crosshairs in recent weeks. However, the much-debated rule of law concerns are proving rather disingenuous because, although EU Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders has been unable to present any hard evidence, he himself has been mired in money laundering and corruption scandals, the clearing up of which took quite some effort from his fellow Liberals .
Ukrainian business association calls attention to unprecedented corruption
Ukraine's public life has been deeply corrupt for years. Government officials, law enforcement officers, judges, and even those in the corporate sector abuse their power on a daily basis, a report by an organisation representing Ukrainian entrepreneurs writes. The body has called on President Volodymyr Zelensky to take action against the unprecedented corruption.
PM Orban: The council chamber was a scene of war on migration
The European Commission announced that it had run out of money and was asking member states to pay in additional billions of euros: €50 billion for Ukraine. But what has the 70 billion so far been enough for? Who is in charge of monitoring this, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban raised these questions, speaking to Hungarian public radio on Friday.
Leftists and Islamists dominate extremist scene in Berlin
Although they have been banned in Germany for many years, terrorist groups from the Middle East continue to operate in Berlin through various front organisations. Meanwhile, left-wing extremists are using climate protection to influence society, at least according to a new report by the Office for the Protection of the Constitution.
Former EU commissioner: Germany is sick and in need of rehabilitation
Former EU Commissioner Gunther Oettinger has sharply criticised his country. The former state premier said that Germany is sick and urgently needs to find a cure to recover. The politician also criticised his own party, the Christian Democratic Union (CDU).
No more money in Germany's coffers after lavish spending
Germany is unable to make additional payments into the European Union budget, said the German federal finance minister. How to finance the extravagance of the federal government could be a cause for a headache.
EU faces debt after overspending spree
European Commission leadership is unable to stop throwing money around. The Brusselsites are now demanding even more money from member states in order to keep pouring money into Ukraine, a country mired in not only war, but also corruption. The grumblings of bloc members are becoming more frequent.
Poles unwilling to accept migrant quotas – video
A video campaign is being launched in Poland, to draw attention to the fact that the left-liberal leadership of the European Union wants to force nations to accept a certain number of immigrants or otherwise pay large sums of money into the EU coffers.
PM Orban: The war situation is more severe than ever
It is alarming that two nuclear powers are preparing to deploy uranium weapons a few hundred kilometers from Hungary's border, PM Viktor Orban told Hungary's public radio this morning, adding that this also shows that the war situation is more serious than ever.
Leaders of Paris: We must coexist with rats
"Rats are the most dangerous living creatures in the immediate environment of men," according to a statement by the French Academy of Medical Sciences. In it, the scientists highlight the dangers of rats in the French capital. Authorities in Paris have been fighting a windmill battle against rats and pests for years, but to no avail. Recently, the mayor has announced a shift in the capital's strategy that would focus on paving the way of a peaceful coexistence.
Organization allied with Islamists sends 100-member delegation to EP – video
Despite the preliminary debates and protests, the FEMYSO organization, which is closely linked to the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood, is being represented by a sizeable delegation of one hundred people at the two-day large-scale event.
EU institutions try and circumvent the rights of sovereign countries
At a meeting of interior ministers on Thursday, the adoption of a new EU migration pact by a majority vote, obliging member states to take in quotas of migrants and imposing fines on them for failure to do so, has sparked huge anger in some EU member states.
One out of twenty young French citizens illiterate
One out of ten French citizens aged between 16 and 25 have reading difficulties and nearly half of them are virtually illiterate, according to a study published by the education ministry.
Government in grave trouble, its approval rating plummets to record low
Germany's federal government has failed to deliver on most of its pledges and has performed rather poorly since its formation. This is reflected by the current government's approval rating that has dropped to an all-time low, a recent survey shows.
Inflation causes anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts
The financial anxiety triggered by the drop in purchasing power is not just an irrational feeling, but the outcome of deteriorating living standards, with serious physical and mental consequences for those living in the most modest circumstances in France, a recent survey reveals.