International News and Politics

The Court of Justice of the European Union, the EU's highest court, has ruled that private sector employers within the 27-member bloc are legally entitled to prohibit their employees from wearing Islamic headscarves at the workplace.

As I've written before, the moment the last Western military boot leaves Afghan soil, the Taliban will torch every single shelter for battered women, burn down every schoolhouse for girls, shoot on sight every female broadcaster, politician, police officer, teacher, and physician. Women and girls will again be banished from public view, whether...

It wasn't a racist vote. It wasn't a vote against foreigners. It wasn't a desperate cry of the 'left behind', pleading with middle-class Londoners to listen for a change. It was a vote to enlarge the democratic life of the nation. It was a vote to wrest control away from unelected bureaucrats and return it to those over whom we...

Everything about the Batley Grammar controversy stinks. This scandal shines an unforgiving light on the illiberalism and cowardice that are unfortunately rife in establishment institutions. The teacher in question committed his supposed offence back in March. As part of a religious studies class he held up a cartoon of Muhammad. The reaction was...

Husain said that many Muslims in the country are "physically in Britain but mentally living elsewhere," pointing to parents in Bradford who have imposed Islamic State-like bans of their children from participating in drama, theatre, dance, and drawing classes out of fear that will have a corrupting influence. Also in the northern town of Bradford,...

In a viral video, Thierry Baudet said "This COVID phase has been a practice to train obedience. Our parliament and the Rutte regime have passed this training with grace. Congratulations. Klaus Schwab [promoter of the "Great Reset"] will be proud of you. The globalist plans can be carried out - and the next step towards mass surveillance and total...

Fraud in Peru?

06/09/2021

Conservative-populist Keiko Fujimori was ahead in vote until a sudden late-night direction switch. In another piece of sour news out of South America, Peru's populist-conservative candidate, Keiko Fujimori, has seen her election lead suddenly vanish from the vote count that came of Sunday's election. If so, it's extremely worrisome, assuming that...