"The Swiss Guards have sworn to defend the See of Peter, not the one who is systematically demolishing it. Let them therefore be faithful to their oath and arrest these heretical perverts!"
He also calls for the arrest of Klaus Schwab, Bill Gates, and leadership of the WHO, WEF, Big Tech, and Pfizer.
Switzerland's capital is examining a pilot scheme to allow the sale of cocaine for recreational use - a radical approach to the war on drugs that is not thought to have been tried elsewhere.
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On Monday the Canton of Zurich issued a CHF 100 million ($113m) digital bond via the SIX Digital Exchange, Ledger Insights reported.
Switzerland's Right-Wing Surge: SVP's Electoral Triumph Reflects Concerns Over Immigration
The right-wing People's Party, already with a Parliamentary majority, gained nine new seats to the detriment of the Greens and the Liberal Greens.
The "Deep State" is increasingly feeling like the "Deep Banking State."
Hundreds of billions of dollars' in Russian assets were trapped in the West in February 2022 after the United States and the European Union moved to freeze them to "punish" Moscow for its military operation in Ukraine. A year later, the EU's
A European firm is hoping to revive the dream of commercial hypersonic travel with a prototype that will reduce flight times by 75%.
At the meeting Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov launched a clear "roadmap" for Turkish-Syrian normalization which could later be signed by the heads of state.
While the upper house had approved the government's contribution to the rescue package, parliament's lower, and larger chamber, pushed back again on Wednesday.
Swiss government confirms Credit Suisse takeover by UBS and says, "the bankruptcy of a global systematically important bank would have caused irreparable economic turmoil."
So much for Credit Suisse thinking it has leverage by balking at the proposed CHF0.25 offer from UBS.
--replaced by Ukrainian refugees
As in neighboring Germany and Austria, cash is still king in Switzerland albeit a much diminished one. But the Swiss will soon have the chance to vote on whether to preserve notes and coins indefinitely.