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Arend Smilde 2h
Here is Adolf Hitler's response (in Hermann Rauschning's 1939 realistic fiction published as "Hitler speaks") to the suggestion that Germany's leaving the League of Nations might not be an altogether good idea.
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Ioannis E Kolovos 5m
Opinion polls suggest that the could come first in the eastern states of Saxony and Brandenburg in the Sept. 1 elections, in what would be a humiliating outcome for both ruling parties, the and the /
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Ioannis E Kolovos Aug 18
Pictures of Matteo snapping selfies with bikini-clad supporters, playing with water pistols or drinking mojitos seem to have paid off as the is ahead with 38% in the polls, while the has dropped to 17% /
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Cosmospectives 4h
Replying to @spectatorindex
Before populism there was the populares.
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Gary Forsyth 27m
Whether you like Piers Morgan or not he nails it.
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Daniel Cruz Aug 17
In Europe are arising, specially in the south, . Populism try to disconnect people from their identity on the long term trying to re-educate from the early ages to make a new mass easy to manipulate. People is nuked with nonsense ideas trying to get them lost. (1/)
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ORF 4h
➝ The 21st century sees the rise of populist politics — it should be investigated in its myriad manifestations taking root across the world, says Ejaz Ahmed.
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Trevor Warner 🔶 12h
Democracies need renewal if they are to survive via
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ORF Aug 16
What exactly is is the question of the decade. It loosely means a political approach that seemingly strives to emancipate ordinary people who feel their concerns are disregarded by the ruling elite, writes Ejaz Ahmed.
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Alex von Witzleben 2h
Low interest rates are the scourge of the poor and vulnerable. The simple mathematics of what happens to a small savings account shows why post-crisis monetary policy has made inequality so much worse via
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Marianella Anzola, MS Aug 11
Replying to @BenjaminNorton
Back to 😰😩
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BobMunroeLawyer Aug 19
We were warned: Doug Ford isn’t “for the little guy” – he’s a mercenary for the millionaire class | Canada | The Guardian
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E. Martins 2h
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Tom Brown 6h
Someone at BNP apparently edited the article on to take out a link to . Hmm.
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Jose M. Claros Aug 19
control & management of emergencies should be in . must act in face of suffering & give a response. Border countries must be endowed with human & economic resources to mitigate and local interests
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Isolated Brit 4h
Why tackle real problems, or try to improve the lives of real people, when you can make political capital from scapegoating others? Meanwhile, your rich pals & backers literally cash-in on the chaos.
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Linda Marie Lovison 6m
Replying to @matteosalvinimi
"And I am convinced that this is the opinion of the majority of Italians. Proud of what has been done so far, sometimes against everything and everyone, to defend the borders and security of my country." 🇮🇹
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Colin Williams #FBPE Aug 18
Tories to raise state pension age from 67 to 75 over next 16 years
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This is Europe Aug 17
Replying to @This_is_Europe
Back me to stop Salvini: Renzi casts himself as Italy’s saviour.
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Colin Williams #FBPE 10h
Brexit threatens our democracy – can the spirit of Peterloo help us through? | Mike Leigh
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