How immigration became Britain’s most toxic political issue

posted in: European Union, News

Over 20 years, the debate about freedom of movement has become skewed by a hostile narrative. Few chance encounters have had a greater political impact than Gordon Brown’s fateful meeting with Gillian Duffy on an April morning in Rochdale in … Read More

‘Exit from Brexit‘: German plot to STOP ‘lose-lose‘ divorce & keep UK in EU with new deal

posted in: European Union, News

The campaign, called ‘Exit from with a New Deal for Britain and the EU‘, was launched by Henreich Weiss, Michael Rogowski, and Hans-Olaf Henkel, three former BDI Presidents – the equivalent of the British CBI – who share the “goal … Read More

Europe’s East Faces Economic Threat From Falling Populations

The Church of Our Lady before Tyn, right, stands among residential and commercial property on the city skyline in Prague, Czech Republic, on Thursday, Jan. 4, 2017. The Czech Republic posted its biggest ever budget surplus last year after the … Read More

NATO Experiencing ‘Brain Death’ French President Macron

posted in: European Union, News

French President Emmanuel Macron has warned European countries that they no longer can rely on the U.S. to defend NATO allies. | Photo: Reuters The French president said that Washington “is turning its back” on its European allies. French President Emmanuel Macron questioned Thursday the … Read More

Scalfari: Pope Denied Jesus’ Bodily Resurrection, Said It Was ‘Semblance of a Spirit’

In his new book and in the periodical he founded, La Repubblica, Eugenio Scalfari, a long-time friend of Pope Francis and frequent papal interviewer, claims that the Pope told him that Jesus Christ did not rise bodily from the dead but “in … Read More

EU must take responsibility for Syrian refugees in Turkey – NGO director

posted in: News, Refugee Crisis Europe

The European Union must continue protecting Syrian refugees within Turkey, but should also take further responsibility and resettle more of them, Human Rights Watch associate director Gerry Simpson wrote in an op-ed published by the EU Observer on Wednesday. More effort from … Read More

Top Cardinal Breaks With Pope Over ‘Pagan Goddess’ at Vatican

posted in: Breaking News, News

Members of Amazon indigenous populations walk during a Via Crucis (Way of the Cross) procession from St. Angelo Castle to the Vatican. In the foreground is a wooden statue portraying a naked pregnant woman – AP A top cardinal of … Read More

Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 1 November 2019

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Greetings from Tyler, We got through the world’s Halloween observance without incident.  Maybe they’ll start removing the spider webs and flashing inflatables from the neighborhood yards, and the skeletons from the entries of every dollar store.  Not that we’re frightened … Read More

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