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No More EU “Migrant Distribution” for Austria

By The European Union Times Austria has officially announced that it will not accept any Third World invaders pretending to be refugees into its territory in terms of the European Union’s “migrant distribution quota” system. Speaking in an interview published in the Bild newspaper in Germany, Sebastian Kurz, Austria’s new chancellor, said that “refugees” should…

Peru's President Pardons Former Dictator Fujimori

By The European Union Times Just six days after he narrowly dodged impeachment on corruption charges, Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski pardoned former Peruvian dictator Alberto Fujimori of Japanese descent, who ruled the country from 1990 to 2000. Fujimori was deposed in a soft coup in 2000 when the government turned against him, and in…

Germany: 95% of “Refugees” Not Working

By The European Union Times More than 95 percent of all the Third World invaders claiming to be refugees in Germany remain unemployed and drawing welfare, while most of those who are employed are in state-subsidized “apprenticeships” or attending “integration classes,” new official figures have revealed. According to a statement by the Chief Executive Officer…

China wants to build Nuclear Power Plant in the middle of Ocean, why doesn't NATO do something?

By The European Union Times Beijing’s efforts to assert territorial claims in the heavily disputed South China Sea via land reclamation and artificial island construction are “moving ahead steadily,” state media reported Tuesday, also revealing the latest project envisioned for the waterway: a floating nuclear power plant. The nuclear power plant will primarily provide power…

Hungary to Veto EU Action against Poland

By The European Union Times The Hungarian government will use its European Union (EU) powers to veto the proposed “Article 7” procedure against Poland, calling that move a “violation of Poland’s sovereignty.” According to a report in Hungary Today, the Hungarian deputy prime minister Zsolt Semjén has called the European Commission’s decision to launch an…