Saturday, 19 October , 2019

Orban

La Hongrie, pays membre de l’Union Européenne

Judit Morva Après la chute du mur de Berlin, le basculement d'un régime socialisme en un système capitalisme dans les années 1988-1991, dans la zone...

Netanyahu vs. Soros: The Civil War inside the Empire

Netanyahu advisers hatched anti-Semitic conspiracy against George Soros By Asa Winstanley  19 March 2019 Israeli leaders helped birth today’s most notorious anti-Semitic conspiracy theory. That’s the conclusion...

Italie : Les souverainistes européens contre les souverainistes italiens ou les...

Par Martina Di Pirro 5 Octobre 2018 Di Maio, et Salvini de même, a déclaré que la victoire des souverainistes aux élections européennes aidera l’Italie,. Grosse...

Thousands march in Budapest to protest Hungary’s ‘slave law’

Jan. 5, 2019 Thousands of Hungarians participated in the latest in a series of protests against the country's new 'slave law'

Israel rolls out the welcome mat for Europe’s neo-fascists

14 December 2018 The two-day visit of Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini to Israel this week is only the latest episode in the increasingly open...

Future of Western Democracy Being Played Out in Brazil

Stripped to its essence, the Brazilian presidential elections represent a direct clash between democracy and an early 21st Century neofascism, indeed between civilization and...

Hungarian PM Viktor Orban to Visit Israel July 18-20

On Thursday, Israeli lawmakers urged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to cancel the visit, citing, among other things, Orban's recurrent use of 'propaganda with a...

On the Israel Lobby | by Stephen M. Walt

That ‘Israel Lobby’ Controversy? History Has Proved Us Right October 2, 2017 Ten years ago, John Mearsheimer and I published a controversial article and subsequent book...

Orban’s referendum – no triumph, no defeat

The Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orbán, has failed to convince a majority of his population to vote in a referendum on closing the door to refugees, rendering the result invalid and undermining his campaign for a cultural counter-revolution within the European Union.

Hungary sets date for referendum on EU migrant quotas, PM favors...

Hungary will hold a referendum on October 2 to decide if the country will further accept the EU’s mandatory migrant quota system. Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who initiated the decision, earlier said a “no” vote would be in favor of Hungary's independence.