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Rare total solar eclipse will ‘bring people to tears’

By The European Union Times The US is set to experience its first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in almost a century on August 21 – giving millions of Americans the chance to observe the rare celestial event. NASA revealed details and viewing advice for the upcoming eclipse, which will see the moon pass between the…

China holds Yulin dog meat festival amid worldwide protests

By The European Union Times China’s notorious Yulin Lychee and Dog Meat Festival is underway despite earlier claims that the controversial event, which celebrates eating dog meat, would be banned this year. Our small commentary: This is definitely unacceptable in the West, BUT, and there’s a big BUT, not just a tiny one, BUT this…

GENIUS! Trump Proposes Adding Solar Panels to Border Wall

By The European Union Times Genius! Trump is a genius! A “big, beautiful” wall between the US and Mexico is coming soon and could produce clean energy, the president stated Wednesday. So the wall will have two big purposes now, giant clean energy generator and keeping the invaders away. Trump can also give some of…

Thousands of violent terrorists in Sweden: security police

By The European Union Times The number of militant extremists living in Sweden has soared from a couple of hundreds a few years ago to thousands today, the security police Säpo believes. “We have never seen anything like it before,” said Säpo chief Anders Thornberg in an interview with Swedish news agency TT. The vast…

Connecticut professor calls Whites "inhuman", says "let them die"

By The European Union Times A professor at Connecticut’s Trinity College seemingly endorsed the idea that first responders to last week’s congressional shooting should have let the victims “f**king die” because they are white. “It is past time for the racially oppressed to do what people who believe themselves to be ‘white’ will not do,…

ISIS storms school, take hostages in south Philippines village

By The European Union Times Dozens of hostages, including children, have been freed in a Philippines village after armed terrorists stormed a local school. The hostage situation was resolved after a day-long shootout with government troops. No civilian casualties are reported. “The enemy made a hasty withdrawal, leaving behind 31 hostages, among them 12 youngsters,”…