May 20, 2016
We begin with the crash of an EgyptAir jetliner bound from Paris to Cairo with 66 people aboard. Most authorities feel that the crash was caused by terrorists.
We continue with Boris Johnson’s remarkable comments to the Telegraph, claiming that the EU desires to revive the concept of the ancient Roman Empire under one authority, similar to what Napoleon and Hitler did. Mr. Johnson is the former mayor of London and the “most likely successor” to David Cameron as Prime Minister. He is a strong proponent for the Brexit to be decided by a referendum in June. He was heavily criticized by those who speak out against a Brexit, but Mr. Johnson is basically correct with his assessment. Please view our new StandingWatch program on this issue, titled, “Does the EU Follow Napoleon and Hitler?”
We continue with most recent developments in Austria (and their political closeness to Germany) and with hate laws in Germany; speak about Ethiopia, the “African lion”; and quote a remarkable article, citing startling comments by American presidents (including Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon) and conservative military leaders (including General MacArthur), disagreeing with America’s decision to drop atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
We speak on renewed and increased tensions between America and Russia due to America’s launch of a new missile defense system in Romania; and on pressure which Vladimir Putin is facing from Russian nationalists; and we address the American President’s power to declare war. We also point out that President Obama, the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, has been a war president for longer than any other American president, according to the New York Times. At the same time, we report that the Senate enacted controversial legislation permitting law suits against the Saudi Arabian government for the 9/11 terrorist attack.
We publish articles from or pertaining to British broadcaster and author Piers Morgan regarding Donald Trump; report on Bernie Sanders’ role in the “Democratic” election process; speak on outrageous comments by Pope Francis regarding Islam and Christianity; address the Catholic church’s position on pets; and quote statements alleging that transgenderism is a “superstitious belief” and a “mental disorder.”
We conclude with an article about Jens Spahn, German deputy finance minister, whom Politico describes as “the young, gay, conservative German Chancellor-in-waiting.”