Trump @ War, a movie documentary is an amazing and detailed accounting of the revolution between liberal and conservative ideologies that took place in the months leading up to the 2016 elections. Most people who followed mainstream liberal media outlets never saw the depth of the actual force and violence exacted against Trump supporters during demonstrations and rallies. This film is a display of the no-holds-barred attacks against his supporters, and a truthful exposition of the efforts to diminish Trump’s message and stop him from winning the election in November of 2016.
President Donald Trump rolled a live hand grenade into the migrant caravan with his announcement that “criminals and unknown Middle Easterners are mixed in” with the group. To back up his claim, Trump challenged the media to “take your camera and search” for terrorists hiding in the caravan.
Vote on the Sargentini report: Hungarian government denounces electoral fraud – populists behind Orbán – Jobbik abstains – Kurz loses Orbán
Among the defections inflicted on Orbán, that of the Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz is one of those which surprised the most. What are the reasons? Loyalty to the EPP, orders from Berlin, or willing to move away from the embarrassing figure of Orbán.
In any case, Othmar Karas, head of the Austrian delegation of the ÖVP (the conservative Austrian party of Chancellor Kurz) was straightforward: “Our Europe is that of Juncker, not that of Orbán.” Othmar Karas also favored the suspension of Fidesz from the EPP.
Electromagnetic radiation from power lines and cell towers disorientates birds, insects, affects plant health.
From the fight against secessionism and immigration to Congress. Vox would cease to be an extra-parliamentary force in the next general elections. The formation on the right of the national political panorama exceeds the 3% barrier. It could even aspire to break into some autonomous parliaments – e.g. the Assembly of Madrid. However, the electoral system of the European elections, with a single constituency, will even better pave the way to the followers of Santiago Abascal to take over several seats in Brussels.
Although the Vienna Conference on Security and Migration was expected to make progress on partnership issues with third countries, there was no demonstrable progress on the issue of controversial installation of EU facilities (“landing platforms” and “asylum centers”) outside the EU. Instead, new trenches within the EU tore open.
Emmanuel Macron is increasingly becoming the unguided missile in the EU.
On the one hand, he wanted Daniel Cohn-Bendit, one of the most left-leaning senior members of the 68 generation, to become Minister of the Environment, which the latter rejected, on the other hand, he sees the entire Visegrad group as his opponents.
This will dramatically increase explosive power in the EU.
Macron is increasingly becoming a European alien.
Rainhard Kloucek, as always true-to-the-facts, has clearly stated in Paneuropa Zeitung 04/2018 on page 26:
“Especially one should assume that liberal politicians want to reduce tariffs. But who was it who made immediate and negative comments about the tariff reduction policy and announced his resistance? Emmanuel Macron, the president of France. Now it is well known that French politics is extremely statist and protectionist. In that sense, Macron’s reaction is not surprising. But isn’t it amazing that the Liberals consider Emmanuel Macron to be Europe’s great hope? The hope of the Liberals volunteers as a spearhead of protectionism!”
It’s no wonder that Macron’s popularity has dropped to 31 percent. It is even worse than that of its predecessor Hollande, who reached 32 percent at the same time during his presidency.
Dr. Norbert van Handel
Steinerkirchen a.d. Traun (Upper Austria), 14.09.2018
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By Philippe Kerlouan
“Europe belongs to the Europeans,” said the Dalai Lama on Wednesday in Sweden, adding that if it is necessary to help “a refugee whose life is really in danger”, it is also desirable that the refugees eventually return home “to rebuild their own country”.
In someone else’s mouth, these words would have aroused indignation. But they were uttered by the spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism, himself exiled, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1989.
What’s more, the Dalai Lama is a recidivist. Already in 2016, in an interview with the German newspaper FAZ, he spoke of the migratory crisis in these terms: “When we look at the faces of each refugee, especially children and women, we feel their suffering, and a human being who is seeking better living conditions. We have the responsibility to help them. But, on the other hand, there are already too many now. The Dalai Lama pointed out that “Europe, Germany in particular, can not become an Arab country. Germany is Germany”.
“You think that you know the needs of the Hungarian people better than the Hungarian people themselves. […] Let us speak plainly: you want to denounce Hungary because the Hungarian people have decided that our homeland will not become an immigrant country. With due respect, but in the strongest possible terms, I reject the threats, the blackmail, the slander and fraudulent accusations levelled against Hungary and the Hungarian people by the European Parliament’s pro-immigration and pro-migrant forces. I respectfully inform you that, whatever decision you come to, Hungary shall not bow to blackmail: Hungary shall continue to defend its borders, stop illegal immigration and defend its rights – against you, too, if necessary. We Hungarians stand ready for the elections next May, when the people will finally have the chance to decide the future of Europe, and will have the opportunity to restore democracy to European politics.”
For the full speech, click on the inline photo above.
In Malmö’s concert hall, everything was sold out when the peace priest and the Tibetan people’s spiritual ruler Dalai Lama yesterday began his European tour. 1300 listeners from near and far bought a ticket – for up to 1540 Swedish crowns – to hear him speak of “The Art of Happiness and Peace”.
Despite of jetlag, the 83-year-old Dalai Lama is a good mood and talks to the press before going on stage.
The Swedish newspapers and television stations are most interested in hearing what the spiritual leader thinks about Swedish domestic policy. The local newspaper Sydsvenskan is allowed to ask first: “Your Holiness. We have just had elections in Sweden, and a party with Nazi roots got quite a lot of votes. What do you think about it?” Dalai Lama looks a bit confused, but then says: “I really do not know. But it is my impression that Sweden is a wealthy country, and I admire democracy, freedom and equality”. Now it’s the press’s turn to look confused.
Another media representative asks what the Dalai Lama thinks about the way in which refugees are being treated in Europe. Also in this case, Dalai Lama’s response appears to surprise the questioner. “These desperate people who have come to large numbers in Europe need protection, but when there is peace, they must return home and help build their own countries. They must be offered education, but they should not be permanent in Europe, they should also know that. Europe is for Europeans.”
The press people move a bit in the seats, and a journalist from a radio station whispers that this was not the answer that they had expected…