An interesting article is asking the question whether a “German populist” will arise soon, due, in part, to the failure and refusal of the German political “establishment” to deal with pressing issues. We are also focusing on the ongoing euro crisis and show that not only will the euro survive, but Germany is also pushing—or is being pushed—to help in establishing a European monetary or fiscal union which would severely limit the powers of national governments. In that context, the concept of a “two-speed Europe” is being re-visited.
We are continuing with our report on the rocky relationship between Germany and Israel, which we began in the last Update, bring to focus an overlooked development pertaining to the fall of Muammar Gaddafi; revisit the frightening and suspect developments regarding American drone wars with new prospects that such highly controversial governmental action might very soon affect Americans in their own country; and focus again on the highly secretive meetings of the Bilderbergers.
We speak of Russia’s and China’s desire to move closer together; and conclude with several articles dealing with social and religious issues. While President Obama declares the month of June as “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month” and Europe has been described as the most “gay-friendly” continent in the world, such “evolving” thought processes are mirrored by quite different developments within the Catholic Church, showing corruption and power struggles, as well as “lies, intrigues and bitter feuds between rival parties” in high places. And finally, we report that drug-resistant strains of Gonorrhea have spread to countries across the world, and speak of a ghost story related to the White House which might make your hair stand on end.