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Nationalism Goes Global: Australians Demand Shop Signs in English

By The European Union Times Australian lawmakers have proposed cracking down on foreign languages on vendors’ street signs in a bid to standardize English, the nation’s official language. Lawmakers want storefront signs in English while other languages on the same sign must be much smaller; specifically, foreign languages can’t be larger than 30% of its…

Russian army finds Chemical Lab in Syria

By The European Union Times Russian servicemen have found another evidence of manufacturing of military poisonous substances by Jaish al-Islam terrorists in the Syrian town of Douma, where on April 7 a false-flag attack took place, serving as a pretext for the US and allies to blame the government and strike the country. “During the…

Majority of France Unhappy With Macron

By The European Union Times French President Emanual Macron is losing the support of his people, according to a recent poll. Almost 60% of those polled by L’Obs magazine said they are “unhappy” with their president and around 25% said they were “very dissatisfied,” but a glimmer of hope was offered to Macron: “The president…

Mexico’s Murderous Election Sees 82 Killed So Far

By The European Union Times “Democracy” as it is practiced in the Third World (and soon coming to white nations if the nonwhite invasion is not halted) is a murderous affair, as evidenced by the fact that at least 82 candidates and office holders have been murdered in Mexico since campaigning began last September in…

Former Brazilian president calls for wealth redistribution and free money to "dark skinned"

By The European Union Times Former Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff goes full communist, calls whites “elites” who are racist evil nazi monsters from the pits of hell, the children of Lucifer who starved, enslaved, tortured, arrested, eternally oppressed “the dark skinned people” and stripped them of their rights. And now she’s calling for “wealth redistribution”…

Rand Paul: Syrian Chemical Attack A False Flag

By The European Union Times The chemical attack allegedly perpetrated by the Syrian government is most likely a false flag, according to Senator Rand Paul (R-KY). When asked by CNN’s Wolf Blitzer if stalling Russian sanctions was the right move for Trump, Paul directed the topic to whether or not the chemical attack in Syria…