German Catholic theologian, political scientist Professor Felix Dirsch talks about "Right Christians", about the negative image of believers of traditionalism in the media and about their role in Germany
In the last couple of weeks, we featured videos on Denmark and Sweden, which we saw as indicators of a mass paradigm shift going on all over Europe.
An attack on a supermarket in France yesterday in which three innocent people were killed and 16 injured was carried out by a Muslim, who was a petty criminal but became radicalized by ISIS.
A predictable process of dis-integration across the European union is underway. It has now gained momentum not only from the elections in Italy where more than two-thirds voted against open borders refugee policies pushed by Brussels.
Europe’s energy geopolitics and the security of EU energy supplies is getting very dicey as in contentious. The latest developments revolve around who will be the major suppliers of natural gas to the EU markets going forward.
The German social democrat and conservative parties have finally agreed in a rotten compromise to form yet another not-so-grand coalition with the increasingly unpopular Angela Merkel as Chancellor.
A politician, who is independent of the liberal establishment and who wants to improve the lives of citizens and save the country, won the parliamentary elections in the Czech Republic.