Programs for “helping women” with European Union funds are nothing but a transnational corruption scheme, reports Lucian Valsan of AVfM Romania. Here’s part 1 of his examination of this scandal.
Proponents of mandatory DNA testing at birth say it would tackle paternity fraud and would introduce truth as a standard in the relationships of the parents. Lucian Vâlsan analyzes what’s wrong with this idea and proposes an alternative approach.
The EU says that one in twenty women over the age of 15 have been raped in the European Union. But is it really true? Lucian Vâlsan takes a closer look at the data.
Signs of real progress toward true equal rights are appearing in Sweden. Lucian Valsan has details of the astonishing breakthroughs, and they couldn’t have come at a better time.
Citizens for European Democracy is a group holding debates in various parts of Europe in the leadup to the coming European elections. AVfM’s Lucian Valsan has a report on their recent Romanian event.
It appears that the oppressive patriarchy has gotten so bad that it must even be fought against on the football field. The football field itself. No really.
Many MGTOW think a bachelor tax is unlikely given that it hasn’t happened for over 100 years… or so you might think. Lucian Valsan outlines some recent history from Eastern Europe that is sure to provide a reality check.
It has never been a secret that Sweden is the epicenter of feminist governance, at least in the west. As the old saying goes. “You ain’t seen nothing yet.” There is more coming from Sweden than any freedom loving person wants to know about, and it is just a foreshadow of what is in store for the European continent.
The Swedish media seems incredibly convinced that the feminist struggle is the driving force in Ukraine’s Euromajdan protests. Lucian Vâlsan not only disagrees, but he has a few words for the media in general.
Editor’s note: This article is also available in Romanian. Most people who have visited the Balkan area will contend that at least the Serbo-Croatian-speaking men are usually people who take no bullshit, and once you meet the Serbian women (be they traditional or more modern) you’ll probably get the impression that feminist policies have little …