Still getting it wrong – this time on France

On Saturday 22 April 2017, one day before the first round of France’s presidential election, Natalie Nougayrède, a columnist, leader writer and foreign affairs commentator for The Guardian and previously executive editor and managing editor of Le Monde, one of the world’s most respected newspapers, penned an article whose headline…

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Niger’s population explosion

On 15 March 2017, The Guardian ran a piece under its “Development 2030” rubric with a headline which confirmed our 2016 forecast of Africa’s mounting problems: Why have four children when you could have seven? Family planning in Niger. Niger’s has the world’s highest birthrate and its population is set…

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The Immigration Myth

A tipping point has been reached across the West where immigration is increasingly regarded as unacceptable across all economic and educational classes. The indigenous population sees new immigrants as competitors for their jobs, sucking precious social welfare funds to support mass immigration, providing cover for terrorism, importing precepts and demands…

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The Struggle for Democracy has Begun

For decades, we have been taking our freedom for granted. But suddenly authoritarian populists are threatening liberal societies worldwide. Time to wake up. Die Zeit, 4 August 2016. *** The headline and subtitle come from Die Zeit, Germany’s most prestigious and “highbrow” weekly broadsheet. Former German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt was…

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