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Will Madonna be the super-hero fighting against the Front National?

Madonna was invited on a French TV Show a few days ago and shared her point of view concerning the Front National. For those of you who have never heard of the Front National, they are an extreme-right party which bases their political agenda on extreme-nationalism, on the fears of the population, on racism etc … But without doing it in too obvious a way. 737 more words

General

Front National Goes UKIP as Mad, Racist and Nazi Candidates Flourish.

Latest Charlie Hebdo: The Front National is no Longer Scarey. 

“We’ve been thoroughly un-diabolised!”

But……..

A nauseating anthology of Front National Local Government Candidates’ comments on social networks… 254 more words

European Left

Those who "are not" Charlie Hebdo...

We all know that on the 7th of January of 2015, Islamic extremists attacked the headquarters of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, yelling phrases such as the popular “Allahu Akbar” as they shot and killed twelve people in cold blood. 584 more words

Charlie Hebdo

Come l'Euro ha radicalizzato la scena politica europea.

Le politiche di austerità per “salvare” i bilanci degli stati e con esso l’Euro hanno portato ad aggravare la crisi finanziaria iniziata dall’altra parte dell’oceano. Una delle conseguenze dirette della crisi e’ stata l’assottigliamento dei ceti medi e la precarizzazione di tanti giovani. 990 more words

Politica

The racism of the 'anti-racists', the fascism of the 'anti-fascists'

Oxford, the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’, is best known throughout the world for its elitist university, with its debating chamber being the Oxford Union.  Oxford is also a Midlands engineering town, with a motor industry (blighted by strikes in the 1970’s) now reduced in size and under foreign ownership; whilst most of the city’s other heavy engineering firms have now long-since closed.  517 more words

Islam

The anti-Islamic far-right is spreading in Europe—and going mainstream

In recent months, a street movement called Pegida—Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the Occident—has emerged from nowhere in Germany, seeking to “protect Judeo-Christian culture” and halt to what it calls the spread of Islam. 426 more words