A German citizens’ defense initiative describes a “broken police force,” and now some students are arming themselves with knives and pepper spray as violent robberies strike terror in the city’s student population
While Poland’s visa scandal is a hot topic for debate in the election campaign, there’s skepticism that this incident alone will be sufficient to topple the ruling party, writes the former head of President Andrzej Duda’s press office, Marcin Kędryna
Sometimes, to understand the full significance of something you must have some distance to it, and this is the case with Spaiin’s Hermann Tertsch and his analysis of what is at stake in Poland’s election, writes Małgorzata Wołczyk on conservative news outlet wPolityce.pl
Agnieszka Holland’s film about the events that have taken place on the border between Poland and Belarus is a lie that slanders the men and women protecting the border and makes the future of protecting that border much harder, writes Polish columnist Marzena Nykiel
Donald Tusk promises he can free up money for Poland blocked by the EU, but this promise reveals a lot about his attitude toward Poland, Poles, and the centers of power in Brussels and Berlin, writes Polish columnist Petar Petrović
Remix sat down with Mick Hume, a journalist and author known in Britain for his focus on issues related to free speech and freedom of the press, at the MCC Feszt in Esztergom, Hungary, at the end of July to talk about what has happened to free speech in the U.K.
Two and a half months of Ukraine’s counteroffensive have failed to produce any significant territorial or strategic effects, and both Kyiv and the West are increasingly resigned to accepting that there will be no breakthrough, writes Grzegorz Kuczyński
The German media has kept quiet about the foreign background of German gang rape suspects on the Spanish island of Mallorca, and we should expect such self-censorship to only get worse over the coming years
After mass riots during the past week shocked France and the world, the former head of France’s powerful DGSE intelligence agency says the root cause of his country’s tragic situation is above all “the dominant ideology, which has justified and even glorified the massive colonizing immigration that has been taking place over the last half-century.”
The French left, Macron’s government, Brussels, and Soros-backed NGOs want one media narrative shouting in one unified pro-establishment voice, and any media outlet that steps away from that narrative becomes a threat that must be eliminated
“For us at the AfD, there is a German people also worthy of protection, who should be able to assert themselves and have a say in who comes to Germany, who can stay and who has to go,” said the AfD’s parliamentary director during a speech int the Bundestag
Claude Chollet, who is the founder and managing editor of the Observatoire du Journalisme, explains to Remix News that a new regime of preventive censorship, unique in its kind within the EU, marks a new stage in the authoritarian drift of the liberal left in France in the face of popular discontent and dissent over key issues like immigration and freedom of speech
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