Slovakia’s liberal leaders want to place NATO’s frontline with Russia on their territory, yet most citizens not only reject NATO troops in their country but also support neutrality or even back Russia’s actions in Ukraine
As the Western world praises Ukrainian President Zelensky, there is no denying his atrocious record of support for minority rights in his own country, a fact many ethnic Hungarians have not forgotten as they are pushed to fight for a government that has shown them hatred
The left never wanted a referendum in Hungary asking the public whether it wants LGBT education in their children’s schools, but Hungary’s top court has removed the last roadblock to put the question to a nationwide vote
While member states are forced to fend for themselves regarding border security, huge amounts of European taxpayer money flow to projects supplying migrants with up-to-date information on their illegal journey into Europe
Any German vandalizing a mosque could expect to be charged with hate crimes, yet the German media only spoke of “religious differences” in explaining the possible motives behind the attack, writes Daniel Deme
The Al Jazeera interview of Hungary’s foreign minister was a textbook example of the contempt with which global media outlets financed by undemocratic governments or shady oligarchs treat democratically elected governments
Hungarians have the lowest energy costs in Europe, and Viktor Orbán is calling on the EU to end its “stupid” green energy plan. What can Europe learn from Hungary’s policies to help save it from a full-blown energy crisis?
Brussels bureaucrats appear to be certain of a radical electoral shift to the left in the largest European member states, and it will then be time to push compulsory migrant quotas, writes Daniel Deme for Remix News
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