French policemen have been particularly badly treated for many months. They have been targeted and stoned in the suburbs, accused of violence and racism, all of which generates feelings of frustration, powerlessness, and lack of legitimacy which, for the moment, is not going to disappear.
Despite contradictory evidence, Nancy Faeser, along with other hard-left ministers and politicians, continue to claim that ‘right-wing extremism’ represents the greatest security threat to the German state and its democracy.
An informal meeting of European Interior Ministers was held in Lille and Tourcoing in northern France on February 2nd and 3rd. The aim of this meeting was to put forward the proposals of Emmanuel Macron’s presidency, as the head of the EU, in favour of border control in the Schengen area. The ministers decided to […]
Germany’s new hard-left interior minister, Nancy Faeser (SPD), is on the defensive after it was revealed that she wrote for a far-left Antifa magazine managed by an organization with links to extremism.