Mainstream media attacks against right-wing activists’ efforts to help German flood victims, slow government action, 200 lost lives and billions of euros in damage reveal a powerhouse in decline, says a leading Euro MP.
Studios and unions have spent time and money creating a safe working environment but it’s not good enough for the tetchy Oscar winner who won’t return to work until all staff on his latest project are double-jabbed.
Although discussion on immigration and multiculturalism remains taboo in Norway, there’s a vigorous debate about these issues in Sweden and Denmark. That’s healthy – and Norwegians should put raw emotion aside and embrace that.
Lithuania’s foreign minister posts dire threats of deportation to asylum seekers in English, Arabic, and Kurdish, but two-faced EU leaders, who pile on when Hungary does similar, are now sending border forces in support.
‘Trans: When Ideology Meets Reality’ rips to shreds the illogical argument that insists gender is separate from sex, to be swapped at whim despite biological evidence to the contrary and growing concern at its impact.
The bid by the PM and chancellor to use a pilot scheme exemption to avoid self-isolation after coming into contact with Covid-19 lasted 180 minutes – when it dawned on them how it looks if the rules “aren’t the same for everyone.”
Punishing Hungary and Poland for pursuing conservative values will not give Brussels the result it is seeking and legal threat is likely to make the two outliers even more determined to show they won’t be pushed around.
Motherhood is the latest target for the gender Gestapo as breastfeeding counsellors in Oz report harassment for refusing to support the ‘chestfeeding journeys’ of trans women attempting to feed babies ‘human milk’.
DiAngelo’s latest tome’s a hotch-potch of reheated arguments, semantics and revenge. The American writer even turns on those who buy her books and attend her pricey workshops: they’re racist and should stop believing they’re not!
The psychological impact of the coronavirus pandemic is much greater than we thought if 40% of Brits are so scared they’d voluntarily wear those dreaded face masks even after the government says they’re no longer essential.