Macron sues billboard owner for portraying him as Hitler
The French president is taking legal action against a billboard owner who depicted him as Adolf Hitler. It's noteworthy that openly mocking the Prophet Muhammad is allowed, while making fun of the president constitutes a crime, the billboard operator said.
Gender brainwashing disguised as preschool storybook
A publication for preschoolers about gender ideology and sexuality comes in the guise of a board book storybook, which allows the youngest ones to learn the alphabet through words related to gender ideology.
Church apologises for sermon that's angered LGBTQ community
The church issued a statement with an apology after a guest speaker had criticised cross-sex hormone therapies and puberty blockers for teens.
France slandered by former leader of anti-Islamophobia collective – video
In a televised broadcast, the man said that those who practice his religion are stigmatized in the country. In his account, Marwan Muhammad also referred to the two imams who were removed upon the orders of the interior minister last week.
Tougher border crossing rules: mandatory quarantine for partially vaccinated
The Constitutional Court suspended a section of the ordinance issued by the Public Health Authority applying to border crossing. The court brought the ruling at a session behind closed doors on Tuesday.
Hundreds of illegal migrants scramble for residence permits
Belgium's government gave in and pledged residence permits to migrants who were on a two-month hunger strike. However, the so-called neutral zone set up for negotiations was closed after a massive influx of illegal migrants who had not been on strike. Those entitled to file asylum applications can only enter the zone after making an appointment.
LMBTQ lobby threatens Christian colleges
A group of LGBTQ students at religious colleges and universities in the US has filed a class-action lawsuit that, if successful, could force religious students to attend non-religious institutions, and Christian schools to close their doors. According to a Christian organisation, the lawsuit may just be part of a "long-game" strategy.
Tennessee bans gender-confirming treatment for children
Tennessee's governor signed a new bill into law, forbidding doctors from prescribing hormone treatments to prepubescent minors with immediate effect. The governor has already signed a number of bills designed to promote parents' rights and to protect children.
Capital closes yet another migrant camp
Several hundred migrants from Africa setup the camp under an overpass on the city's outskirts. The camp was already emptied once in mid-June, when Afghan migrants living there were transported to reception centres. Some time later, however, tents reappeared to shelter new arrivals.
Belgium's government gives in to migrants on hunger strike – video
After the government pledged to start negotiations, migrants have suspended their hunger strike lasting for two months. Occupying a church and some buildings on university campuses in Brussels, the migrants went on strike in a bid to put pressure on the government to grant them residence permits. The state secretary for migration is relieved that the strike has ended, hoping that no one will have lasting health issues.
Poland sends humanitarian aid to Lithuania to tackle migration crisis
The V4 country intends to help the Baltic state cope with the migration crisis unfolding on the Lithuania-Belarus border.
Pope’s upcoming itinerary in Budapest and Slovakia released
On 12 September Pope Francis will attend the closing mass of the 52nd International Eucharistic Congress, to be held in Budapest's Heroes Square, before departing for Slovakia for three days.
Right to armed self-defence enshrined in Czech constitution
The Czech parliament's upper house adopted the bill on Wednesday.
Macron gives highest state honour to anti-Semitic, racist reverend – video
Emmanuel Macron has awarded the Legion of Honour, France's highest order of merit, to anti-Semitic and anti-white Baptist Reverend Jesse Jackson. Mr Jackson is in close friendship with Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, and he is a big fan of Stokely Carmichael, who used to consider Hitler a genius. Jackson himself has also made anti-Semitic remarks.
Migrants' hunger strike threatens to topple Belgian government
Hundreds of migrants, who have been on hunger strike in the capital since the end of May, are now in an alarming condition, with many needing medical assistance. The ruling coalition's Socialist and Green Party members, including ministers and state secretaries, have threatened to resign should any of those on hunger strike should die.
Green Party mayor sets conditions to hosting famous cycling race
The route of the biking race has avoided the city for the past ten years, but it appears that the cyclists can finally return, provided they observe some environmental protection rules. The Green Party mayor has often made headline news with his shocking statements and measures.
Rise in illegal street racing claims new casualty – video
Although the interior minister pledged to crack down on car and motorbike "rodeos" on the city's streets a month ago, authorities have not managed to eradicate illegal street racing. The latest contest claimed the life of a young woman. One police union has called for tougher sanctions against those attacking officers.
Migration pressure not easing along Hungary's border
Police officers and soldiers took action in 371 instances of illegal border crossings from early Friday to Monday morning, according to Hungary's National Police Headquarters. Proceedings have been launched against 17 people for human smuggling. Police found 10 illegal migrants in a van with an Austrian license plate.
Mother sues London school for requiring son to participate in Pride
A Christian mother is taking a London-based school to court for allegedly forcing her four-year-old son to partake in a gay pride parade. It came to light that several parents had a conflict with the school after their children received LGBTQ education against their parents' will.
Afghan migrant rapes boy “because he has no wife”
Three years ago Mohammad Rahman Arsala, a 30-year-old Afghan migrant raped a 12-year-old boy in France, his chosen home. He was arrested and the court has recently issued its ruling in his case. His lawyer presented some rather unusual arguments during the trial.
PM Orban offers to pay for former Socialist FM’s treatment
Hungary's prime minister contacted personally the wife of Laszlo Kovacs, the Socialist's ex-foreign minister and the European Commission’s former Commissioner for Taxation and Customs, to offer his assistance with the medical treatment of his one-time political rival, writes a Hungarian daily.
Banning Muslim headscarf at work is not discriminatory, EU Court of Justice says
Two Muslim women took legal action because they felt discriminated against by their employer. However, the EU's top court ruled that the prohibition of wearing a headscarf at work is not discriminatory. On the contrary, it contributes to the prevention of conflicts both at the workplace and in society.
Brigitte Macron fails to observe pandemic restrictions – video
The wife of the French president was the only spectator in the bleachers without a mask during the Bastille Day parade. Although she did put on a facemask later, she kissed several politicians on the cheek in violation of pandemic-related rules.
Eric Zemmour: State must rescind immigrants' right to decide – video
Immigrants must be stripped of their right to decide about France's immigration policy, the renowned philosopher said, adding that migration should be completely stopped.
Mayor's proposal hits motorists again
The Green Party deputy mayor has announced that the speed limit for cars across most of the capital will be set at 30 kph from the end of August. The overwhelming majority of people disagree with the move, a recent poll has found.
Police attacked with fireworks on national holiday – videos
The nationwide protests began during daytime, but tensions spiraled out of control in the capital's no-go zone at night, with troublemakers hurling fireworks at police. The unrest follows some new Covid restrictions announced by the president on Monday, which drew the disapproval of many.
Unfettered migration has pushed France into unprecedented crisis, says renowned philosopher
The public figure says he is uncertain whether the country will be able to surmount the current wave of migration, adding that he believes France's culture and society are in grave danger.
Narco state's PM shocked by decades-old problem
“Shocking and incomprehensible,” the European narco state's prime minister said, reacting to the recent shooting of Peter R. de Vries, a famous investigative journalist, even though the presence of drug trafficking gangs and organised crime, to which the journalist also fell victim, is a decades-long problem in the country.
Pro-migration organisation calls for large protest
Citing security reasons, the prefect has refused to green-light the event dubbed Migrants’ Ball in the capital, prompting the organisers – all members of a pro-migration group – to stage a protest they hope would attract many.
Migration pressure up by nearly 60 per cent from last year
Illegal immigration has seen a surge in the first six months of this year compared to last year, according to the EU’s border protection agency.
Nurse slams Macron for new government measures – video
A video posted by a French nurse on social media, in which she calls the president's plan to make vaccination mandatory for health workers unfair, has received millions of views in a single day.
Macron faces backlash for new decree and is accused of stifling freedom
Although politicians of the governing party continue to support their president, a growing number of opposition lawmakers have criticised French President Emmanuel Macron for his announcement on Monday. Touching upon the issues of pension reform and unemployment insurance, Mr Macron said the former won't be implemented until the coronavirus crisis is brought under control and economic recovery is ensured. Changes affecting unemployment insurance will come into effect on 1 October.
Country sees sharp rise in anti-white acts – video
Figures released by the interior ministry show a 65 per cent increase in incidents targeting white people. Attacks against Christian and Jewish places of worship account for the vast majority of religion-related atrocities. A young woman was nearly hit by a firework projectile upon leaving a restaurant in the capital, only to face a spate of racist insults when she tried to file a complaint.
Infamous rapper insults police in new clip – video
In his new video clip, the musician insults police by calling them swines, and raps about setting fire to fascists. The rap artist is notorious for making scandals. A few years ago, an entire airport terminal had to close because he had a fight with a fellow rapper.
Macron's solution: those unvaccinated will not get their salaries
The French president announced that vaccination will be made mandatory not only for healthcare personnel but also for those providing care to elderly people in their homes. According to Marine Le Pen, the most popular opposition politician, President Macron's roadmap is clear: he aims to dismantle the social protection system and to severely restrict individual freedoms.
Anti-white DJ provokes outrage before migrants' ball
The annual event took place in each of the past five years in the capital, but this year one DJ's request to whites – asking them to step back and give way to people of colour, to whom he would like to play exclusively – has triggered a general outcry. A ruling party politician has called on the country's citizenship minister to do her utmost to ban the musician from performing at the ball.
Professors pledge to defy ban on teaching critical race theory
More than 5 thousand professors have signed a statement pledging to continue teaching critical race theory, even though it's been banned by state laws.
Belgian government commissioner sympathising with Islamist organisation resigns
The Muslim politician's behaviour and statements have stirred up quite a controversy of late. Many criticised her for not removing her headscarf while acting as a state representative, but her recent interview – whose text was changed retroactively – has also provoked an outcry. This week she will be heard by the National Security Committee, following news reports that she had ties to an Islamist organisation,
Migrant stabs young man to death – video
The fatal stabbing took place in a shopping centre near the capital. The assailant, a Senegalese national, was later subdued by an off-duty police officer. Surveillance camera recordings show that the knifeman had visited the scene twice before the attack.
Feminists break into editorial office to protest against detailed reporting
The activists were angered by Oe24's detailed report on the country of origin of the 13-year-old girl's murderers.
French state abandons police – exclusive interview with France Police SG Michel Thooris
Anti-police violence has seen a sharp rise in France. People with migrant backgrounds, supported by the far-left, launch regular attacks against police and officers feel abandoned. Michel Thooris, the head of France Police, gave an exclusive interview to V4NA, reflecting on the surge in the number of anti-police attacks and cases related to cyber bullying.
So in the Europe of "common values" it is forbidden to call women pretty
So in the Europe of "common values" it is forbidden to call women pretty ('sexism'), but letting small children learn about 75+ genders and the most aberrant sexual habits is good, Director of Hungarian Center for Fundamental Rights Miklos Szantho wrote on social media, reacting to attacks against former tennis champion Boris Becker for describing a woman as pretty.
Green party politician has humiliated, harassed and threatened staff members
The Green Party senator is accused by her former colleagues of regularly humiliating, harassing and threatening her staff. One former colleague says she was repeatedly forced to postpone her planned surgery because of work. When her story became headline news, the politician issued a statement to apologise to all those she offended. She added, however, that she thought it was pointless to revisit cases preceding her appointment as senator.
Harassers of girl critical of Islam receive suspended prison terms
The case happened one and a half years ago, when the adolescent publicly criticised the Islamic religion, which so upset many people that she was overwhelmed with an unending barrage of threats. Her life has been radically uprooted; she has had to transfer to another school and has been given police protection. The legal case of the cyberbullies has finally come to an end with the criminals receiving suspended prison sentences spanning from four to six months.