The lapdog bites back: Romania’s prime minister digs in

Clearly miffed that in recent times Britain had been outdoing it (by quite some distance) in the ridiculous politics stakes, Romania has upped its game this week and as we write (on Thursday morning) looks set for a new period of political crisis. Coincidentally, just as Theresa May’s problems in the UK are all of… Continue reading The lapdog bites back: Romania’s prime minister digs in

Lynch mob storms Bucharest City Council

Poor Gabriela Firea, Mayor of Bucharest. She barely escaped with her life yesterday after a vicious, fascist mob of terrorists funded by George Soros attempted to storm a meeting of the city council and overthrow the democratically elected mayor. Brave cops (© The Sun) were injured as they fought off the deadly intruders. That, more… Continue reading Lynch mob storms Bucharest City Council

Number crunching

During a debate about pollution on Europa FM yesterday, Bucharest city councilor Ciprian Ciucu (PNL) demanded action be taken fast as more than 8,000 people in the Romanian capital died annually of pollution-related illness. To which Aurelian Badulescu (the city’s deputy mayor, PSD) replied: ‘Is that a lot, 8000?’ During the same debate, Badulescu revealed… Continue reading Number crunching