The March On Berlusconi…

Monday, Feb, 14 at 2:56 am,

They all wished they ahd a real man! Some protesters had even planned to throw their knickers into the garden of his home in Rome, but this never materialised.

In Norway, an Awakening to the Islamist Danger

Friday, Jan, 21 at 12:16 pm,

Hege Storhaug – Islamists have made no secret of their desire to impose sharia law on the country. In terms of values, 2010 was a red-letter year for Norway. Our innocence was destroyed. From one end of the country to the other, and in no uncertain terms, Islamists proclaimed their sinister message. Henceforth, only those in deep denial will insist that our freedom is not endangered. And only true innocents will fail to grasp that we are headed for a raging conflict about values.

Flying in Europe? Don't fear a pat-down

Saturday, Nov, 27 at 1:50 pm,

Teri Schultz – “A pat-down in Europe is quite discreet,” said Emmanuel Vincart of Belgium’s Commission for the Protection of Privacy. “[Screeners] would never touch your genitals!” European Union governments take different approach than US to airport security.

Nato: Going Global

Friday, Nov, 26 at 12:22 pm,

The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) is the largest military force ever assembled, with a potential armed force of more than seven million.

Amid government budget cuts, Brits are mum while the French rage. What gives?

Saturday, Oct, 23 at 11:31 am,

10.23.10 – LONDON – When I was younger, there always seemed to be a riot going on. London was calling to the faraway towns and to a soundtrack of angry punk music, the disaffected swarmed into the capital to be baton-charged by police on horseback — and perhaps do some shopping.

UK braced for painful spending cuts

Wednesday, Oct, 20 at 10:30 am,

10.20.10 – Harshest austerity measures since second world war to hit public spending as government tries to rein in massive debts.

Commie demonstrators take to the streets across France to protest retirement age raise… as fuel runs low at Paris airports

Sunday, Oct, 17 at 9:58 am,

10.17.10 – Today's march from the Place de la Republique in Paris was the fifth in a full month of protests that have swept this nation of 64million people, affecting trains, underground trains, airports, hospitals, schools and other facilities. Fuel supplies are a prime concern as unions announced that all 12 fuel-producing refineries in France are on strike and many depots are being blocked by protesters

French students up protests over retirement reform…

Thursday, Oct, 14 at 1:35 pm,

10.14.10 – PARIS (AP) – French students intensified blockades of high schools and universities Thursday, as a third straight day of nationwide strikes over the government's retirement reform snarled train travel and shuttered oil refineries

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