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Macron announces that climate crisis has arrived ‘faster than expected’

Published: January 19, 2023, 6:35 am

ParisThe French president has spoken out in a YouTube video in response to comments from climate cultists, NGOs and green political opponents who were "shocked" by remarks made about the climate during his December 31, 2022 greetings.

Officially approved by the EU: Four insects hiding in your food

Published: January 18, 2023, 7:08 am

BrusselsEU citizens who do not want to unknowingly eat insects should be particularly careful: The EU Commission has already approved four types of insects in different forms as "edible insects".

Three months into Meloni tenure sees migrant arrivals exploding

Published: January 18, 2023, 6:31 am

RomeIt has been a disturbing development. Despite its right-wing government, which has now been in office for almost three months, the number of illegal immigrants in Italy continues to rise steeply. This has caused many voters to become dissatisfied with the right-wing government under Giorgia Meloni.

The scandal that could sink Vienna’s cultural elite

Published: January 17, 2023, 7:30 am

ViennaThe shocking child porn case of the actor Florian Teichtmeister burdens the entire swamp of left-leaning Viennese cultural celebrities who had covered up and condoned the crimes. But they could not keep the lid on his heinous activities.

Sweden: Government declares war on migrant gangs

Published: January 17, 2023, 6:02 am

StockholmSweden has been experiencing non-stop explosions, shootings and murders for weeks now. The cities of Stockholm and Malmö are particularly affected and the police have been overwhelmed. The government intends to lead the charge against escalating violence by various migrant gangs.

Dutch teachers unaware that students use AI for homework

Published: January 17, 2023, 5:29 am

The HagueThe advanced AI text generator ChatGPT is being used for homework assignments by many Dutch students without teachers being aware that the work had been generated by an artificial intelligence bot.

French publishers discover ‘sensitivity readers’

Published: January 16, 2023, 3:44 am

ParisReaders who track down ethnic and sexual prejudices that may offend certain non-white minorities in books, are emerging in French publishing. Known as "sensitivity readers", they are now routinely employed before a book is published, especially if the author is writing about cultures outside their lived experience.

Frontex sees all-time high illegal border crossings in 2022

Published: January 16, 2023, 3:20 am

BrusselsIn 2022, the EU border protection agency Frontex again had its hands full. The authority recorded more than 300 000 illegal border crossings – a record high.

The frustration of ingrained lies in historical explanations

Published: January 15, 2023, 7:50 am

From time to time readers ask what it is like trying to communicate with people in an era of mass disinformation. There are a few individual voices, as often as not censored and under attack, against which the TV and print media and the establishment’s Internet sites are arrayed. It is frustrating, especially as so many people are content with a few minutes of managed news headlines. The insouciance in the population is massive.

Turkey and Syria meeting in Moscow may result in peace plan

Published: January 15, 2023, 7:45 am

Last week, the Foreign Ministers of Turkey and Syria met in Moscow. This is the highest level meeting between the two countries who have been on opposite sides of the US-NATO war on Syria for regime change since 2011.