Frank Jordan

Monika Haussamann, alias Frank Jordan, born 1974 in Bern, Switzerland, studied Business Studies following a commercial apprenticeship. Thereafter training in PR and print journalism. While studying and writing, she worked as waitress in a Swiss ski resort, as gardener and house sitter, as receptionist in a prestigious Paris hotel and as decorator. Recently she has worked as freelance communications and media consultant in Switzerland. Today Monika Hausamman lives in France as part time self supporter, entrepreneur of house and garden maintanance, columnist and author. Her first novel was published in 2016: Frank Jordan, Die Ministerin. Kein Fall für Carl Brun (Lichtschlag-Verlag).

Italy and the euro:
‘The People’ on the Label, Bankruptcy Inside
Get yourselves some ‘barbarous relics’!

If you walk in the rain, your vision restricted by a raised hood, it's easy to overlook and overhear oncoming traffic. It would be wise to be extra vigilant.

Belief in community after abolishing God:
Are We a People?
And if so: what sort?

Without belief in God, we become just a welfare-state people.

EU plans for ‘completion of the currency union’:
Hustling in the Shadow of the Migration ‘Crisis’
Politicians never stop

They know that their window of opportunity is closing.

UN Human Rights Council on Switzerland:
An Alpine Outpost of Injustice and Violence
Politics cut to the chase

Have you laughed yet today? Or cried? No? Read the following. Then both will happen automatically. Simultaneously.

Islamist Violence in Europe:
Terrorism? No, Genocide
Terrorists have political aims

Europeans and others of Christian, Jewish and otherwise ‘false’ faiths will continue to be slaughtered in the future not for what they, or their fathers, have done, or are doing, but exclusively for what they are: Unbelievers, in the sense of the Koran.