A terrorist attack occured in one of the most popular and iconic cities of the U.S: our beloved New York, New York. Nevertheless the news has been slightly resounding, not as much as I personally expected. In fact, after the attack people still continued to celebrate Halloween, as of tradition, with thousands of masked children who knock on doors for treats .
Let’s talk about the referendum in Catalonia, which has already created confusion: has the referendum been accepted? was it a victory?
So let’s talk about Germany and its recent elections. Has Angela Merkel won or lost?
Basically she won, she lost and then she won again
She won with numbers. In fact her party CDU (middle-right) gained about 33% votes so, basically 1/3 of every other vote. It is certainly the most popular choice and an enormous victory.
In these past years, million and millions of foreign immigrants have entered the U.S. Most of which originate from South America. A big number (altough not all of course) of these immigrants have brought their children with them. These children have grown up in the states, they’ve studied in an American school, they have eaten American food, they have grown and have started to work earned money and are now paying taxes. This means they have become American people but however these people are not considered citizens, these people are called “dreamers”.
In these years we have seen an acceleration of migratory phenomena and to the entire national-populist faction that pushed the story of people who come to steal our things for no reason and come to avoid women who maybe haven’t considered us already before this issue.
Let’s start by saying that in these elections Emmanuel Macron has been nominated as the new President of France beating Marine Le Pen with about 66% , the leader of the far-right Front Nacional (FN) movement has clocked up about 33%.