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South Africa: Water Crisis due to African Incompetence, Overpopulation, and Raw Sewage

By The European Union Times The polluted Hennops River in Gauteng, that province’s largest river. The Gauteng area of South Africa—which encompasses Johannesburg and Pretoria—stands on the brink of a water supply crisis caused directly by overpopulation, the pollution of existing water tables by raw sewage from shantytowns, and incompetent maintenance which has put almost…

EuroParl Votes to Increase Funding For Pro-Migration 'Soros Groups'

By The European Union Times “The European Parliament’s fresh decision to increase funding for ‘Soros groups’ once again makes it clear that George Soros is practically dictating Brussels’ migration policy,” ruling Fidesz’s communications chief said on Thursday. The EP’s proposal about suspending EU funds was heavily criticised by the Fidesz and hailed by left-liberal opposition…

Austria Shaken After Four Women Murdered in Eight Days

By The European Union Times Austria has been rocked by the murders of four women over a span of eight days, with migrant suspects in three cases. A 21-year-old, originally from Ethiopia and holding Spanish citizenship, is suspected of stabbing his own sister to death at Vienna’s central train station on Tuesday. Police are searching…

Macron Crisis: Furious Protestors Clash With Police Ahead of Summit

By The European Union Times Furious French protestors are facing off against police in Souillac, where Emmanuel Macron will meet hundreds of the country’s mayors. Paul Joseph Watson breaks down how the yellow vest movement has spread from globalist-conquered France into the rest of Europe. The crisis surrounding Emmanuel Macron’s presidency continues to escalate with…