President of the European Council Donald Tusk has said that he fears political contagion from the Greek crisis.
"The emergnce of a common cause between far-right and far-left groups has been a precursor to some of Europe's darkest moments over the past century.
"It was always the same game before the biggest tragedies in our European history, this tactical alliance between radicals from all sides. Today, for sure, we can observe the same political phenomenon."
Perfectly said by the former Polish prime minister. And so worrying.
Barack Obama speaking earlier this week in South Africa. “People just make stuff up. They just make stuff up. We see it in the growth of...
The cover page of the current edition of The Tablet .
This is a link to a piece in the Irish Independent and worth a read. Fr Tim Hazelwood is a priest of the diocese of Cloyne. http:...
Surely it's better and safer to live in a secular society than in a religious-run State? Is it not true to say that many people who crit...