ViennaAccording to a recent survey by Unique Research, 65 percent of Austrians want Ukraine to stop fighting. They want peace talks. It is interesting to also note that only Green voters want fighting to continue.
MunichOnly when Russia's head of state does a "360 degree" turn, will Ukraine be safe. That is what the German foreign minister declared when she spoke at the Munich Security Conference (MSC). She actually repeated the threat.
BrusselsThe Australian Medicines Agency has meanwhile concealed deaths from Covid "vaccines" from the public because the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) feared a release could "undermine public confidence,"
CataniaOne drug addict received at least three doses of the Covid "vaccine" in less than a month. The gang is accused of, among other things, robbery, kidnapping and manufacturing illegal weapons.
A hobby club known as the Northern Illinois Bottlecap Balloon Brigade lost their $12 weather balloon. It may have been one of the "unknown objects" shot down with a $400 000 Sidewinder missile by the US government last week.
SofiaIn late 2021, the European Commission warned that low vaccination coverage in Bulgaria "threatened the entire EU". At the time, Bulgaria's vaccination coverage was the lowest in all of Europe. Many Bulgarians did not trust the Corona "vaccine".
ViennaIn view of the mass influx of "refugees" and asylum seekers that has been going on for months, the mood towards immigrants is changing in Austria: According to the current "Integration Barometer", 67 percent of the population are now against living with "refugees". A few months ago it was 20 percent less.
BrusselsText messages between Ursula von der Leyen and Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla could shed light on billion euro deals to purchase Covid-19 shots. An American newspaper is challenging the European Commission in court to release them.
RomeFormer Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has sharply criticized Ukrainian President Zelensky. Zelensky is responsible for the war and the "devastation" in Ukraine. That's why he judges "this gentleman very, very negatively".
GroningenThe sub district court has ruled that the University of Groningen (RUG) may dismiss lecturer Tjeerd Andringa. An external investigation had been launched into the lecturer, alleging that he had used too many "one-sided alternative sources".