Eva-Maria Michels

Eva-Maria Michels, born 1976 in Western Germany, married, four children, previously self-employed in the field of market research and analysis, living in France since 2004. After training as a European secretary she graduated in political science, modern China studies and history from the universities of Trier, Germany, and Taipei, Taiwan.

‘BirthStrike’:
The Green Path
Europe is to become an underdeveloped continent, saved from the white man

Some women are brainwashed victims of the contemporary ecological ideology that has been circulating in the Western world.

Yellow vests in the West:
France Sees Yellow
Some background on the bitter protests in the country ruled by Emmanuel Macron

"The place is going to blow up", warned a French parlamentarian five years ago.

Civil unrest in France:
Revolt of the Ordinary People
Who are the Gilets Jaunes?

The new diesel tax was the straw that broke the camel's back.

New private college in France:
ISSEP – The Academic Counter Revolution
Hotbed of a reverse cultural revolution

Western society is at a dead end. Time to turn back, says Marion Maréchal. The ex-politician has founded a college whose mottos are ‘excellence,’ ‘ethics,’ ‘responsibility,’ ‘rootedness’ and ‘commitment to the service of others and one's own country.’

Emmanuel Macron and the coach company Flixbus:
Life’s Coincidences . . .
How to create demand

There are coincidences in life that are so coincidental that even the casual observer is surprised how coincidental the coincidences are.

Hygiene deficiency in Paris:
Of Rats and Other Vermin
How the Left turns a glorious city into a 'sh*thole'

Paris has always had rats. But in the past two years, they have experienced a demographic boom. We don't have to look far to find out why.