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«Current Concerns», n°21-22, October 10th, 2016
What future for the EU?
259. What future for the EU? Zurich (Switzerland) | 11 October 2016
The EU is facing an existential crisis, by Dr Bruno Bandulet / Future Workshop EU Europe? After the Bratislava Summit – and what they think in the US, by Karl Müller / Chief editor of the “Zeit” exercises self-criticism / Mass migration and state failure – legal, political and cultural aspects of the refugee crisis, by Hans Köchler / Resistance against the dismantling of direct democracy is announced to the National Council’s decision dated 21 September 2016, by Marianne Wüthrich / Elections in Russia – almost 75% of the votes for “United Russia”. Putin’s policy confirmed by a constitutional majority, by Robert Stelzl / “It takes an outcry of humanity”. Wide condemnation of euthanasia for 17-year-old / TTIP – economic content (part 2), by Dario Rivolta / CETA/TTIP – the 3rd phase of colonialism, by Eberhard Hamer / Swiss franc and direct democracy (part 1). What is going on with our money?, by W. Wüthrich / Education for all in Kakuma / Swiss cultivated mushrooms – fresh harvest all year round, (...)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
World Crisis Radio
Brexit debacle
by Webster G. Tarpley
Brexit debacle Washington D. C. (États-Unis) | 27 June 2016
Only One Elderly Third of British Voters Want Out of Europe; Demagogues Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage Play on Fears of Tight Little Island; Chaos Ensues: World Markets Crumble; Scotland and Northern Ireland Are Set to Break Out of Moribund “United Kingdom”; Continental Copycats Demand Their Own Exit Votes, Starting with Le Pen, Wilders, and Italian Northern League; Tempted by London’s Weakness, Irredentists Eye Ulster, Gibraltar, and Malvinas/Falklands; No US Military Help for New British Adventures Under Any Circumstances; Russia’s Tragic Gloating: Don’t They Realize They Are Next?; General De Gaulle of France Was Right: UK a Trojan Horse for Wrecking Europe; British the Most Bankster-Ridden People in the World, but They Choose to Blame Only Eurogarchs; City of London Bankers Are Much Worse Than Brussels Eurocrats; Could Buyers’ Remorse Yet Secure a Reprieve Before Article 50 Kicks In?; July 1 Centennial of World War I Somme Battle Recalls One Decisive Plus of EU: No Big Wars for 70 (...)