ERIC MIZZONI In late 2016, on the occasion of his 85th birthday, former Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs and D66 party prominent Jan Terlouw held an emotional speech on television calling for trust. Trust from the people towards politics, as
THERESA ZETTL Covid-19 doesn’t exist, the Covid-19 vaccines include microchips to track us, worms being found in face masks and make them enter our bodies through our noses, QAnon and elite Satanists eat babies. All of these are stories, we
Western Europe is often looking on by the member states which joined after 2004 with concerns and also prior to that with some level of skepticism, due to historical and cultural differences. However, this makes also Europe so different. A continent which was fighting each other for centuries trying to unite despite of all economic and cultural differences.
But where is the Visegard 4 (Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia) heading?
“Today is 23rd October 2089. I’m 88 years old. I am looking at the raising flags of Hungary and the European Union from my room’s window on Kossuth Square, in Budapest. I haven’t thought that I would be living on the 100th anniversary of the political changeover, but here I am to tell you a story, our story.”
Máté Bozóky won with this essay a competition organised by the European Hungarian Society and it was published in NÉPSZAVA, the biggest Hungarian newspaper.
It is expected that Europe will be hit by a fourth wave of Covid-19 by the beginning of autumn. As a result of movement restrictions aimed at stopping the spread of Coronavirus, domestic violence has become more frequent, more severe, and more dangerous in homes.