„Scotland Faces the Most Extreme Cultural Marxist Policies“: An Interview with David Clews

Europa Terra Nostra Vice-Chairman Sascha Rossmüller sat down for an interview with David Clews, a family man and senior correspondent for Unity Network News (UNN). With over 15 years of political experience and a wealth of social media and communications knowledge, David Clews aims to get to the heart of what really matters to the … Read more

Nationalist Developments in the Netherlands in 2022

Like all European nations, the Netherlands is experiencing massive societal changes and has been strongly impacted by several global developments within the last decade. The Netherlands has been especially hard hit by the energy crisis. Despite possessing large gas fields, inflation has hit 17% in 2022. As a result, a large number of the population … Read more

MICHEL HOUELLEBECQ: PROPHET OR PROVOCATEUR?

Houellebecq’s Latest “Scandal Interview” Renowned French writer of contemporary literature Michel Houellebecq has once again made controversial headlines after he engaged in voluminous 40-page dialogue in the magazine Front Populaire with its editor, philosopher Michel Onfray. The leitmotif of this dialogue was Oswald Spengler’s culturally pessimistic The Decline of the West. Typically, however, Houellebecq did … Read more

An Interview with Jean-Francois Gariepy

Europa Terra Nostra Vice-Chairman Sascha A. Rossmüller recently sat down for a very interesting interview with one Jean-Francois Gariépy. Hailing from Canada, Gariepy is a political dissident and content creator who broadcasts his show, JFG Tonight, on an almost daily basis on platforms such as Odysee. In 2008, the Society for Neuroscience awarded Gariépy the … Read more

Thoughts on Protesting: EVERYBODY Can Make a Contribution – It is About the Will to Change

Dissatisfaction is growing, but dissatisfaction alone does not lead to change. The main sources of discontent are the current powers that be, against whom protest and resistance – both during and outside of times of election – are powerful instruments in order to initiate paradigm shifts. However, one can also encounter the inevitable question – … Read more

Two British Scholars Claim That Jesus Christ Could Have Been Transgender

The relentless pro-transgenderism campaign truly knows no boundaries. On the 20th November, during an Anglican Sunday evensong sermon at the Trinity College chapel at the University of Cambridge, UK, a research student, Joshua Heath, acting as a guest preacher, presented a collection of medieval and Renaissance paintings that depicted Jesus Christ’s crucifixion. The controversy arose, … Read more

White British People Officially a Minority in the UK’s Two Largest Cities

It is a scenario that was previously dismissed by the mainstream as a “racist far-right conspiracy theory”, but now that the data from the delayed 2021 UK Census has been released, it is official – White British people (ethnically English, Welsh, Scottish and Irish from Northern Ireland, predominantly, including Cornish) are now a minority in … Read more

Austria, Hungary & Serbia Sign Agreement to Increase Border Security Against Migrants

On the 16th November, the leaders of Austria, Hungary and Serbia met in the Serbian capital city of Belgrade to discuss and strike a deal in favour of strengthening the three nations’ respective borders against further waves of illegal migrants. As expected, a deal was quickly struck and the three countries immediately began their co-operative … Read more

The European Central Bank & the Future of the Eurozone

ECB Crisis Coping: Not Everything Can Be Solved by Money-Pumping & Rate-Slashing The European Union has been plagued by crises for many years now. In fact, during the last fifteen years, the EU has been in an almost permanent crisis mode. Starting in 2007, the American subprime crisis turned into a worldwide financial crisis in … Read more