Gems from the Internet

#protectEurope (feat. Alina von Rauheneck)

April 27, 2017 0

A female activist speaks out against a controversial remark by President of Austria, Alexander Van der Bellen, who said the following: “Islamophobia […] the day will come when we will ask all women, ALL WOMEN, to […]

The New York Slimes has the report on Trump

April 21, 2017 0

The New York Slimes lied on Twitter about the 2017 Patriots’ attendance at the White House in a desperate attempt to smear Donald Trump’s popularity with American sports. The racket posted misleading photos. The Patriots deflated […]

EU media: CNN, MSNBC, WSJ, NYTimes profit from war

April 14, 2017 0

Ouch, that hurts. Europe’s ugliest tabloid, DER SPIEGEL, calls out US media: warmongers! BERLIN – Totalitarian Germany, 2017: Dear supreme leader Angela Merkel prepares for her 4th term: Grackdown, censorship, persecution, population replacement, the most […]

Loser Laowai on the Ditie [Chinese Subway Watch]

April 11, 2017 0

Good stuff. Being foreign is a free ticket to ‘anti-social behavior’, whatever that is. Locals feel intimidated. Police don’t bother [lest they are being labelled racist). I was kidding. You can do everything you like […]


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A “Chinese-free” China report in the NY Times (Teaching Western Values)

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Germany strangles US Facebook with ‘Truthlaw’

December 18, 2016 3

Watch your #fakenews, Mr. Obama. This could end in $500,000 “sensitive fines” via Germany’s new #Truthlaw for @Twitter and @Facebook where it was posted WASHINGTON (The East-West Writer)—US President Obama is lucky he only said […]


Sexism in Japan

October 17, 2015 2

TOKYO – With declining population numbers and birth rates far below replacement level, Japan faces its greatest humanitarian crisis during peace time. Worse, the relation between man and woman seems inherently broken: Many single women today, […]


In China: pity ALL the children

October 20, 2015 2

BEIJING – The British Economist magazine published a peculiar piece, Pity the children, on the “70m reasons to ease China’s curbs on internal migration.” The authors erroneously believe that easing bureaucracy would suddenly make 70 […]