BUDAPEST — With the European Union's leadership becoming increasingly aggressive in trying to dismantle nation-states and Christian civilization using mass Islamic migration as a battering ram, the Hungarian government says it is defending its people and European values from the assault. In an interview with The New American at the cabinet office in Budapest, Hungarian government spokesman Zoltán Kovács blasted the EU's bullying, noting that centralized control was already tried in Europe under communism — and it failed miserably. However, despite the threat of sanctions and other attacks from Brussels, authorities in Hungary vowed to continue resisting and upholding the will of the people as expressed at the voting booth. The EU, obviously, is not pleased. And the battle is likely to get more intense before it gets better.
Is despotism our descendants’ destiny? Are they fated to live in a “Marxtrix”? And will rogue artificial intelligence put us out of our misery before any of this is too far along? These are good questions now with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s assertion that “the last free generation” is upon us and that “technologically advanced civilization” is “unstable” and may not “go on for long.”
President Donald Trump said in an interview in July that untaxed corporate earnings held offshore used to be “$2.5 trillion … I guess it’s $5 trillion now. Whatever it is, it’s a lot more. So we have anywhere from $4 [trillion] to 5 or even more trillions sitting offshore.”
The jobless claims report from the Department of Labor (DOL) for the week ending September 15 came out on Thursday, the same day that Wall Street learned of even stronger corporate earnings. This one-two punch drove stock averages to new highs, which continued into Friday.
Republicans and Democrats in the Senate joined together to pass a $854 billion spending bill that includes funding for all sorts of federal programs, but President Trump insists that despite its size, the budget still comes up a little short.
The New York Times reports that Assistant Attorney General Rod Rosenstein (shown) suggested recording the president’s conversations, then staging a bloodless coup d’etat by convincing cabinet members to invoke 25th Amendment to the Constitution.
Project Veritas’ undercover sting videos exposing the anti-Trump Deep State within the federal bureaucracy is working. Government agencies are investigating and might well fire the subversives who admitted trying to sabotage the Trump administration, sometimes using illegal and possibly felonious means.
Just a few months after repealing its law banning the barbaric practice of abortion, Irish Health Minister Simon Harris announced that the procedure would be free of cost as soon as the new law is in place. The new law may take effect as early as January of next year.
Christina Blasey Ford, who accuses Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh (shown) of attempted rape at a party in 1982, will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee.