EU

The Coming Years for the EU

10.02.2017

After Brexit and the significant growth of Eurosceptic and populist influence in Europe, the future of the European Union seems to be no longer questioned.

Alexander Latsa: on the future of Europe

Source: alexandrelatsa.com
08.02.2017

Well I think that the election of Trump firstmeans it is possible to oppose the global agenda planned by the oligarchy using the existing rigged political system. This was I guess the main surprise for everybody especially in European countries. This is also a clear defeat for a global and increasing power: the Mainstream Media Corporation that did its maximum to make so that Hillary Clinton win this battle. After the Brexit, Trump … It’s now getting more and more obvious for everybody that they lie and will lie and lie to protect their own interest, far from the interest of the people.

Johan Bäckman - Finnish Liberal Elites Against the Truth

07.02.2017

One of the most interesting political incidents in Finland for this moment is the case of Ilja Janitskin.

Ilja Janitskin is a Finnish politician and the editor-in-chief of one of the most popular and important Finnish media, MV-lehti. MV-lehti was founded in 2014 as an alternative media against the mainstream media, establishment, and liberals. Very soon, MV-lehti became one of the most popular and definitely the most important media in Finland.

 

Manuel Ochsenreiter - It's time for a new system for Europe

06.02.2017

Kloblenz’s meeting was indeed a very important conversation. In all the speeches of all the leading Eurosceptics from different countries, one thing was clear: we are all united by our common enemy. Our common enemy is the Brussels. The "monster" is the European Union. All Eurosceptic forces within the movement for Europe of Nations and Freedom are now directing all their forces against this monster.

The Muddy Waters of Romanian Politics

03.02.2017

The Romanian elections held on December 11th produced a landslide victory for the center-left Social Democratic Party (PSD) who managed to secure almost 50% of the seats in the new parliament.  Together with its junior partner, ALDE, the social de