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Serbian Prime Minister Says Bilderberg 2018 Is In Turin, Italy

  By JOSH FRIEDMAN UPDATE: MAY 24, 2018 - The Bilderberg Group's official website has confirmed the 2018 Bilderberg meeting will take place June 7-10 in Turin, Italy. SOFIA, Bulgaria - The 2018 Bilderberg Conference will take place in Turin Italy in June, Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said when asked by a journalist on

By |May 20th, 2018|Europe, European Union, Featured|

Now-NATO Montenegro Set To Elect Same Old Leader As President

For nearly 3 decades, Milo Djukanovic has led Montenegro in one way or another, charting a path that has included seemingly contradictory ideologies; going from getting bombed by NATO to joining NATO; overcoming corruption and organized crime allegations; and surviving an alleged Russian-plotted election day coup attempt. Now, Djukanovic is returning from behind the scenes

By |April 15th, 2018|European Union, News, Politics|

FreeManCast: Impressions Of Dinko Valev, Bulgaria’s Renowned ‘Refugee Hunter’

Josh Friedman and Brent Sanders share their thoughts and impressions on meeting and interviewing Dinko Valev, Bulgaria's renowned "refugee hunter" (aka Dinko from Yambol). Does Dinko come across as credible? What is he like to be around in person? Josh and Brent also discuss the wider refugee situation in Bulgaria and how that plays into Dinko's

By |September 3rd, 2017|Afghanistan, European Union, Featured, Iraq, Podcasts, Syria|

Hungary Asks EU To Help Pay For Border Fence

Hungary's border fence and migrant housing/detention center at the Serbian-Hungarian border UPDATE: The European Union turned down Hungary's request. ORIGINAL: The Hungarian government is asking the European Union to cover 400 million euros of the approximately 800 million euros it spent on erecting fences along Hungary's borders with Serbia and Croatia, according to

By |September 1st, 2017|Europe, European Union, News|

5-Country Day With A Look At Little Liechtenstein And EU Borders

  Josh Friedman embarks upon a day of border hopping in Central Europe complete with a look inside and out of the microstate Liechtenstein and an examination of the complex web of borders or lack thereof in the region. Find out which Central European borders goods and/or people can traverse freely. When it comes to

By |August 31st, 2017|Europe, European Union, Germany, Josh Friedman, Travel Videos|

Meet Bulgaria’s Famous ‘Refugee Hunter’ – Interview With Dinko Valev

"I don't want these people in Bulgaria," Dinko Valev, Bulgaria's renowned "refugee hunter," says of the asylum seekers entering Europe during recent migrant waves. Valev (aka Dinko from Yambol) obtained fame and possibly fortune after he tied up a group of asylum seekers, filmed them lying on the ground and called the police to pick them up.

By |August 30th, 2017|Afghanistan, European Union, Featured, Germany, Iraq, Politics, Syria|

New Government, Buried Tensions In Macedonia

By JOSH FRIEDMAN SKOPJE, Macedonia - Following a turbulent two-year political crisis, Macedonia has a new government and is seeking to expedite its bids to join NATO and the European Union. While tensions have cooled in Macedonia and Skopje has raised its standing in Brussels, the country’s internal ethnic conflict remains very much unresolved and,

By |June 18th, 2017|European Union, Greece, News, Politics|

Globalism Or Nationalism: France Votes On More Than Just A President

May 8 (day following the election): At least 1,000 people protested Macron in Paris following his election win. Josh Friedman reports from the protest. Election night update: Emmanuel Macron is projected to win the French presidency with more than 65 percent of the vote. Josh Friedman reports from Paris on a presidential election day in

By |May 7th, 2017|European Union, Featured, France, News, Politics|

Breaking: US Passport Ranked 35th In ‘Nomad Capitalist’ Index

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The United States passport is the world's 35th best travel document, a ranking it shares with Slovenia, according to an index released this week by citizenship and international business guru, Andrew Henderson. Henderson's Nomad Capitalist company unveiled the first Nomad Passport Index, which differs fundamentally from the annual passport rankings that FreeManPost has previously

Brexit: UK Top Court Rules Parliamentary Approval Needed To Start EU Exit Talks

The United Kingdom Supreme Court ruled that British Prime Minister Theresa May must obtain parliamentary approval in order to begin exit negotiations with the European Union, the BBC reports. However, the court ruled approval from the Scottish Parliament and Welsh and Northern Ireland assemblies is not necessary. The majority of voters in Scotland and Northern

By |January 24th, 2017|Europe, European Union, News, Politics, United Kingdom|
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