Skripal: One Year Later Some Things are Clearer


This past week (4 March 2019) saw the first anniversary of the incident in Salisbury England where former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia became ill in a public space in the centre of town. Within a very short time (12th March) and before evidence…

Britain’s on the Path to the Total Nuclear Meltdown


If only half a century ago Britain was among the leading players in the nuclear industry market that was exporting its technologies and building nuclear plants all across the world, it’s safe to say that today it’s nothing but a hollow shadow of its former glory. The number of operational nuclear power plants across the UK has been…

The New Davos Gospel, Democratic Socialism Rescues Capitalism


Although ignored by the US media, the message to come out of The World Economic Forum this year was nothing short of revolutionary: the movers and shakers of the world have been informed that globalization is in need of a serious overhaul. As one lone congressman from…

New Studies Confirm Dangers of Glyphosate


Since the 1960s uproar over the dangers of widespread agri- culture use of the weed killer, DDT, no other herbicide or agriculture chemical has stirred as much widespread opposition as glyphosate. Glyphosate is the main and only publicly disclosed ingredient in the world-leading…

Brexit from PROPER Perspective—at least from a UK VANTAGE point!


To cut to the chase, the whole thing is very easy in the end: There is a special place in hell” for Brexit promoters. From the standpoint dependency of the EU, the negotiations have closed and there’s no reason to reopen them. It is a done deal and in spite of all…

Greeks Beware of a Silent Operation Mercury II


The state of world geopolitics today does not bring to mind any historical context. There seems to be no precedent for the clash of nations and peoples, even though many compare the situation to pre-war Europe in the 1930s, or to some span of time during the Cold War. The state of the world…

US launches Unipolar Crusade at Warsaw and Munich Conferences


“Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities”… Voltaire. Some might say the dust has settled from the Warsaw and Munich conferences, while others would say that Netanyahu and…

Who Gains from Turning Europe into a Potential Nuclear Battlefield?


The United States and its NATO partners are attempting to make the case for Washington’s decision to abandon the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty. Claims that the Russian Federation has been violating the treaty have yet to be substantiated with anything…

The New York Times, a New Reich, and Those Greek Colonies


What’s the next liberal world order strategy? This is what comes to mind when the New York Times prints that Europe is alarmed by Trump, or Putin, or Brexit, and not by wave upon wave of refugees from war-torn countries. The following is a public service announcement for all of you…

Italy Takes on Macron


The ever-closer bond between Emanuel Macron and Angela Merkel not only testifies that France and Germany, Europe’s two largest countries, have overcome a millenarian enmity: it reveals a jointly held contempt for Europe’s south, (in particular that represented by ‘the boot’, and its on-going…

Britain’s Dire Economic Situation is of Little Concern for Theresa May


It seems that the most haunting question in Britain today is: What future awaits its citizens after Brexit? This is hardly an example of lazy thoughts, as there’s a rapid deterioration of the living conditions of the British population – a direct result of numerous miscalculations…

France and Italy Set at Odds by Failed EU Elites


In news from Paris today, the French have warned Italy’s Deputy Premier, Luigi Di Maio, to stop “interfering” in France’s political process. The caution came after a meeting Di Maio had with after he met a senior figure in France’s Gilets Jaunes, ‘yellow vest’ movement. As tensions…

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