Harvey Weinstein’s sexual harassment scandal isn’t only an indictment of his twisted soul, but of America’s as well. Continue reading Weinstein Scandal: What it tells us about celebs, politics & Hollywood
With Catalonian President Carles Puigdemont stepping back from the brink in the midst of rising tensions in Spain over the region’s bid for independence, signing a declaration of independence but deciding to suspend its implementation, millions will have breathed a collective sigh of relief given the prospect of a severe response from Madrid. Continue reading The Role of Neoliberalism in Spain’s Constitutional Crisis
After the Human Rights Watch Advocacy director John Fisher warned over the weekend that the Philippines might be removed from the UN Human Rights Council because Manila is “seeking to evade its international responsibilities” by rejecting recommendations to improve the human rights situation in the Philippines, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte unleashed an ultimatum for all EU ambassadors to leave the country. Continue reading You leave my country in 24 hours | Duterte told EU Ambassadors
Catalans have risked their lives during the referendum days ago to express their collective desiresfor self-determination. But just as they are getting ready to celebrate their victory at the ballot box, its own president bowed down to enormous pressure from the Spanish government. Continue reading Catalan President Chickened Out; Catalans Outraged
Saudi Arabia pivots to Russia, the new sheriff in town. What a difference a year – an eternity in geopolitics – makes. No one could see this coming; the ideological matrix of all strands of Salafi-jihadi terror – which Russia fights no holds barred, from ISIS/Daesh to the Caucasus Emirate – beating a path to the Kremlin and about to embrace Russia as a strategic ally. Continue reading The House of Saud bows to the House of Putin
A Turkish expert spoke with Sputnik about a recent claim by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who accused the West of allegedly supporting terrorism. Continue reading What’s Behind Erdogan’s Accusations of West Allegedly ‘Supporting Terrorism’
Tehran has reportedly indicated its response to the US designating the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corp (IRGC) as a terrorist group will be “crushing” – but while it’s questionable whether the IRGC fits the definition of a terrorist group, the US’ history of terror designation suggests its requirements are vastly arbitrary. Continue reading Defense Against ‘Deviance’: What Is the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps?
The Saudi King’s first ever visit to Russia is already bearing fruit as Moscow and Riyadh have reached a number of agreements, including in the military-technical and energy fields. Sputnik spoke to experts about the significance of the political event. Continue reading The Results of Saudi King’s 1st Ever Visit to Russia Amid Turmoil in MidEast
King Salman of Saudi Arabia’s official visit to Moscow marks the end of a long animus between Russia and Riyadh. While many will welcome this new reality, some traditional allies of both parties could be concerned at the potential ramifications of detente. Continue reading Saudi King Salman’s Moscow visit could create new Middle East dynamic
The US led coalition has established a base camp near the border town of Al-Tanf purportedly to facilitate its operations against ISIS. What is happening now is exactly the opposite, i.e. just outside the base perimeter is where ISIS militants are launching their attacks on the Syrian Army. Continue reading 91% of Syria Liberated; ISIS Attacks from US Controlled Al-Tanf Base Perimeter
The leader of Al-Nusra has been critically injured in an airstrike carried out by the Russian Air Force, the Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement, adding that at least 12 Al-Nusra field commanders had been killed in the same attack. Continue reading Al-Nusra leader gravely injured by airstrike, 12 commanders killed – Russian MoD
The worst single shooter incident of all time in the US is fast turning out to be the worst false flag operation ever. The forensic analysis and official narrative simply don’t add up. But what can we expect from the same people who claim that inexperienced Arab pilots were able to dive into the World Trade Center towers with pinpoint accuracy to pull them down? Continue reading Vegas Shooting: Official Scenario Crumbling
Nuclear power is making a debut in Saudi Arabia as it is entertaining bids for building 16 nuclear reactors over the next decade, at a projected cost of $60 billion. As everyone knows already, the fiat dollar derives its perceived value from the fact that OPEC cartel members, including Saudi Arabia, committed themselves to accepting only the dollar and nothing else. Continue reading Saudi Arabia Divesting from Petrodollar to Nuclear Energy Based Economy
The European Union cockroaches were quick on condemning strong leaderships running after terrorists and drug trafficking, yet mum on the daylight police brutality of the Spanish government against the legitimate exercise of political power by the Catalans. Continue reading EU Hypocrisy Exposed Again in Spanish Crackdown on Catalans
The script has been overused for some time, but as madmen they are, they must continue to unleash their MK-ULTRA assets whenever there’s a need to sway public’s attention away from the multi-pronged offensive against their well-built institutions of dominance. Continue reading More False Flag Ops as Deep State is Losing on Every Battlefront
Days before the meeting this week between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara, the press in both countries was busy discussing the potential issues on the agenda: Syria, the Iraqi Kurdistan independence referendum, Turkey’s purchase of Russia’s S-400 defense system and — last, but very important to Turkey — Russia’s embargo on Turkish tomatoes. Continue reading Putin, Erdogan Emerge All Smiles from Ankara Meeting
Our views about the world are molded by those who cast and press the dies together. There are no independent ideas unless the slave mind completely severs itself from the chains which keep pulling those synapses apart. Continue reading Why Don’t People Revolt?
Just look around the world and throughout recent history, and you will find a number of compelling cases where western-backed NGOs have frequently acted as enablers for the military interventions, sanctions and economic blockades that followed. Continue reading The West’s NGO ‘Human Rights’ Scam
Although both countries only acknowledged their participation in the ongoing conflict in Syria to mere advisory, in the area near the oilfields of Deir Ezzor, a direct confrontation has occurred in recent days resulting to the deaths of three high-ranking Russian personnel. Continue reading US & Russia are Directly at War in Syria
The ongoing development in the Eurasian land mass known as the One Belt One Road is patterned after Lyndon LaRouche and his wife’s concept of a Eurasian Land Bridge that will spur development for all countries being traversed by modern railway networks. This to them is the formula by which peace could be fostered through unity in commerce and peaceful exchanges of culture. Continue reading A Grand Strategy for Peace
The constant exchange of war rhetoric between the US and North Korea is working for the US military industrial complex. South Korea has decided to build its own nuclear submarine fleet and a network of spy satellites. Continue reading US Warmongering Works, South Korea Building Nuclear Subs & Spy Satellites
Russia has gone full throttle as far as war propaganda against the Pentagon. The MoD just released a collection of satellite images showing a number of Humvees and Cougars reoccupying ISIS camps after the latter “left” without a firefight. Continue reading Russian Satellite Photos Prove US–ISIS Collusion in Syria
The United States’ highly illegal operations in Syria has caused the delay of freeing civilians trapped in the remaining ISIS occupied territories in the country. Continue reading Russia will target U.S.-backed fighters in Syria if provoked
Some American analysts are now asking why the North Korean missile was allowed to pass by a Japanese island with ringing alarm bells as the only response. Continue reading Is the US Really Capable of Shooting Down North Korean Missiles?
The Khazarian holdovers on this planet are getting more creative as the situation is getting worse for them. The slew of “natural disasters” hitting Latin America and coastal portions of the US mainland, through the use of HAARP derivatives, indicates how desperate the situation really is for the Cabal. Continue reading First they HAARPed You, then Sell You the “Catastrophe Bonds’
The US support for its proxy operators in Syria is multi-pronged as the number of organizations involve in the regime change operation. For the moderate rebels, the US assistance includes civilian equipments. For the outright terrorists, the occasional mis-dropping of arms and ammunitions and a market for smuggled oil and human trafficking of women and children.
Continue reading REVEALED: US-Backed Kurdish Factions Colluding with ISIS on Syrian Battlefield
Donald Trump is acting and sounding more like Obama than the self he was projecting at the campaign trail last year. This only means that he is double-crossing the nation in favor of the privilege that the White House position could provide to his own enterprise.
Otherwise, a lot of things could have happened already. Continue reading Donald Trump: Just Another NWO Apprentice
Donald Trump was reported to have halted the Chinese purchase of a US chipmaker last week. This is, of course, in line with his America First campaign speech. But there is also a grand plan to start a “mini nuke war” with North Korea, if only that is even possible.
The ultimate objective, of course, is China. Continue reading A US-China Trade War will End US Financial Monopoly | Jim Rogers
You’d have to laugh – if it were not so grave. The Trump administration says that it is running out of patience for a diplomatic solution to the Korea crisis.
This pseudo piousness comes from a US government that continually refuses to enter into direct negotiations with Kim Jong-un, the leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). Continue reading Why Peace is Alien to the US
In another slap in the face against US hegemony, China just opened up a $10 billion credit line for Iran. This means that, while the US Congress was forced to raise the debt ceiling again, this time way beyond the $20 trillion mark, the Eastern Alliance member countries are moving ahead with the massive Eurasian project known as the One Belt One Road revival of the ancient Silk Road. Continue reading US Sanctions Continue to Backfire