The destruction of the Cathedral of Notre Dame appears to symbolise the on-going putting to the flame Western Europe, its culture, and its civilisation. An only terrible war, such as that wreaked on Europe from the English Channel by the combined forces of the British, Soviet and American empires, has the deliberate destruction of the world’s smallest continent been so calamitous.Read more
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“Let Assange free or you will pay!” This is the chilling threat that has been issued by the hacker group Anonymous to the captors of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who was arrested on 11 April at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London by UK police ‘on behalf of the United States authorities’.Read more
Reaction to several burly British secret police frog-marching the manacled Australian whistle-blowing journalist out of his sanctuary in the Ecuadorian embassy whilst uniformed cops smugly grinned has shocked the world.Read more
The joys of multi-culturalism and racial diversity are self-evident in the once great city’s hospitals. Such is the epidemic of street violence that the military practice of stationing field hospitals in trouble spots is now common in many of Britain’s cities.Read more
A policeman kills himself every four days in France. The crisis is becoming more profound within law enforcement and 2019 promises to become a black year. The report comes back as a sad refrain in police associations and the numbers are growing at a rate so constant that professional unions are beginning to warn them too.Read more
A man who was found dead on a bench at the side of a main road shopping mall was homeless. Police also confirmed that the man, who was discovered on Lord Street in Southport on Monday, was only 47-years-old. An investigation was launched into the death after he was found at around 7.45am.Read more
The terror and miseries inflicted on ethnic-Europeans and hapless illegal migrants are again revealed in their full horror at yet another notorious EU death camp, this one on a once idyllic Greek island.
Kurds and Yazidis live in fear of their lives as they struggle to survive amid rampant lawlessness and militant attacks in an overcrowded refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos a controversial new documentary show.