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Merkel ally & EU big boss says Hungary's Orban isn't a bad European for opposing immigration

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The leader of the largest political group in the EU Parliament and Angela Merkel ally, Manfred Weber, has defended Viktor Orban against critics who accuse Hungary’s Eurosceptic, anti-immigrant PM of being a “bad European.” Weber, a member of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative bloc and the leader of the European People’s Party, said it’s wrong to “point fingers” at Orban... 

Italian socialist president faces impeachment for Treason

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Sergio Mattarella vetoed the appointment of Paolo Savona (pictured) who has described the euro as a ‘German cage’ and said that Italy needs a plan to leave the single currency ‘if necessary’. The Italian President who in 2007 was one of the founders of the socialist Democratic Party is now facing impeachment calls after he refused to appoint a eurosceptic finance minister. Sergio... 

EU Parliament Reportedly Demanding Over 420,000 Euros From Euroskeptic Parties

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The Europe of Nations and Freedom, a group of European Parliament members, is obliged to reimburse Europe’s parliament for expenses which include meals costing more than 400 euros per person and one hundred Christmas presents worth more than 100 euros each, according to AFP. Agence France Presse has seen a document drafted by the European Parliament’s budget control committee, which cited... 

White Revolution, its Aftermath and the Reinstitution of Slavery

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Many people in the West, both in Europe and America, hope and wish for a revolution, a political change that will result in a form of nationalist leadership but very few are taking the time to contemplate on how exactly it would look like and what exactly will happen in such a world. So with this article we hope to address all the issues related to such a world and how it can be made to actually function... 

Dutch Head to Polls Amidst Tense Immigration Policy Debate

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Up to 13 million Dutch voters are heading to the polls on Wednesday to elect 150 members of the lower house of parliament in a symbolic Euroscepticism showdown that seems to have split society along the immigration policy divide. Some 28 parties are competing in the election which is largely viewed as a face-off between ultranationalist Geert Wilders and the current Prime Minister Mark Rutte. Under... 

Junker says he's not a Dictator, wants to consult the people, Parliament orders him to be a dictator

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In a stunning move, for the first time, self-appointed EU president Jean-Claude Juncker said that he is not a dictator and that he wants to listen to the people and to the path that the EU needs to take. He proposed 5 different scenarios and pathways where he wants the people of EU to weight in and vote. He did this to prevent total collapse of the EU, following Brexit. However his proposal has been... 

Poland hits back at EU over letter

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Polish Minister of Justice Zbigniew Ziobro. Poland has described as “silly” a critical letter sent to the East European country by the European Union (EU) demanding “supervision” over Warsaw’s decisions. “I am not in the habit of replying to silly comments on Poland made by foreign politicians,” Poland’s Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro wrote to EU commissioner Gunther Oettinger in... 

Patriotic AfD party skyrockets to Top 3 in German polls amid Refugee Crisis

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Anti-refugee rhetoric has propelled the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party to third place in the country, a fresh poll has revealed. According to a weekly survey by INSA, AfD would have received 10.5 percent of the vote if an election was held Wednesday. This means that the ultranationalist party has surged ahead of left-leaning parties the Greens and Die Linke (Left Party), which both... 

Right Turn in Germany Might Sabotage EU, Improve Russo-German Ties

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In the coming years, Germany will drift away from its integrationist ideals in Europe and become more Eurosceptic in general, a Stratfor analysis report said. The German political shift would also change the country’s foreign policy priorities, making Berlin more distant from the United States and closer to Russia and its fluid energy market, the US intelligence company said. The change would... 

EU Eurosceptic bloc collapses, UKIP facing huge financial problems

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Latvian MEP, Iveta Grigule. One of the European Parliament’s most outspoken eurosceptic group has collapsed after a Latvian MEP withdrew her membership. The bloc’s dissolution represents a financial blow to Nigel Farage’s UK Independence Party. The Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy (EFDD) group had comprised of 48 members in total, including Farage’s UKIP and Beppe Grillo’s Italian Five... 

Russia needs the support of Marine Le Pen

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A hundred years ago, France was one of major world powers. Today, this is a country, to which one can dictate their conditions, on how, for instance, to build relations with Russia. The French can not agree with it – they vote for Marine Le Pen. The leader of the National Front (NF) supports the actions of the Russian Federation in Ukraine, but her reputation in Europe is the one of a “fascist.” Today,... 

Britons will back UKIP again in 2015 national election

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Leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) Nigel Farage gestures as he speaks during a campaign event at Kelham Hall in Newark upon Trent, central England on May 31, 2014. Most of the over four million British voters who backed UKIP in last week’s EU parliamentary elections are determined to cast their votes for the Eurosceptic party once again in the upcoming national election in 2015, a new poll... 

Former Latvian president accuses the EU of Soviet-style practices

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Vaira Vike-Freiberga has compared the selection process of an EU President to the secrecy of the Soviet era. Indeed, Eurology is the new Kremlinology. Many months of guesswork by the media have resulted in the naming of the Seven Dwarfs – but what Snow White will look like we do not know. The Public will of course have no say in the matter. This is now customary in the EU. Why bother with democracy... 
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