• EU LATVIANS BETTER OFF BEFORE WORLD WAR II

    This is the opinion of an increasing number of Latvians, not just the ethnic-Russians left after the Soviets returned to Russian territory. Latvia, dubbed ‘the Canada of Europe’, is now the third poorest country in the European Union.

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  • THINKING OF TAKING A BREAK IN LONDON

     GIVE ME A BREAK The courts are always busy, think department stores on the first day of the January sales and you get the picture. In one week alone 24 Londoners (?)  were sentenced to jail. The crimes they committed include fatal stabbings and shootings, but also a gang who held a knife to a baby’s throat in a bid to steal jewellery and cash.

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  • THE AMAZON AXE FALLS ON FOUR MORE BOOKS

    Citing copyright issues, one of the greatest insights into the spiritual significance of Adolf Hitler’s presence on earth has been permanently removed from sale by the Jeff Bezos bookselling Amazon platform.

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  • NO BURQA LURKERS IN DENMARK

    The Netherlands, one of Western Europe’s more leftist societies,  has this month officially banned the wearing of Muslim burqas in public. It gets better, it has passed a parliamentary motion officially condemning the plans by the South African government to seize white property.

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  • NEVER EXPECT A FAIR COP

    One of many illusions is that justice being blind the role of the police is to neutrally apply the law. Not true: whatever the period or nation, regardless of politics, the role of the police is to protect the State. To this end, police officers arrest, perjure themselves, intimidate, maim and kill.

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  • ITALY’S MATTEO SALVINI GOES FOR BROKE

    Italy’s flamboyant Deputy PM Matteo Salvini has torpedoed his government. Italy’s dog’s breakfast of a coalition has proved unworkable. By throwing his weight behind a general election, Salvini, whose fan base reaches around the world, is now positioning himself to become Italy’s next prime minister.

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  • BRITAIN’S HEART BREAK HOTEL

    Thousands of British working-class kids grow up in office blocks, B&Bs, and even shipping containers, a shocking new report from the Children’s Commissioner for England reveals. More than 210,000 children in England are estimated to be homeless, 124,000 officially homeless and living in temporary accommodation, plus around 90,000 children living in “sofa-surfing’ families.”

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  • ITALY REFUSES TO BE THE BANKERS BITCH

    Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini has again called for the Italian Central Bank to be eliminated. He adds that bankers involved in fraudulent activity will “end up in prison for a long time.”

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  • THE PRAGUE UPRISING ANNIVERSARY AMID WESTERN SILENCE

    On the night of 20 to 21 August, the Soviet Union brought its full weight to bear to reverse democratic reforms and street democracy in Czechoslovakia dubbed the Prague Spring.
    Czechoslovakia, handed to Stalin by Winston Churchill and US President Roosevelt at the February 1945 conference, was better off when compared to the Soviet Union itself. 

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  • SONIC SANCTIONS BACKFIRE ON EUROPEAN UNION

    When international banking cartels hammer at your door for an outstanding $52 billion debt sensible folk would be looking at ways to live within one’s means. Not the hapless unelected EU Presidency and 27 governing commissioners.

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THINKING OF TAKING A BREAK IN LONDON

 GIVE ME A BREAK The courts are always busy, think department stores on the first day of the January sales and you get the picture. In one week alone 24 Londoners (?)  were sentenced to jail. The crimes they committed include fatal stabbings and shootings, but also a gang who held a knife to a baby’s throat in a bid to steal jewellery and cash.

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THE WORLD’S GREATEST LIVING POET LIVES AMONG YOU

MICHAEL WALSH is considered by many to be the world’s foremost living poet. Shunned by both publishers and corporate media for his politically incorrect writing, the Irish but Liverpool born dissident poet has received tributes from artistes of theatre and opera, Church and political figures, playrights and the literati.

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