Ukraine: Who's Going to be Terrorists This Time Around?

In fact, I do not know how to refer to it. On the one hand, I see my countryman fellow… More
Society Ukraine in the world

Myth and Reality of the US War against ISIL

A lot of official statements, media reports and analysis about the US led war against ISIL are coming out these… More
Politics Middle East - Syria

Pakistan and India: the Tension Grows

Islamabad and New Delhi marked the new year of 2015 with regular Pakistani-Indian cross-border skirmishes, both on the Line of… More
Politics Southern Asia - India

US "Fighting"Terror Group with Fictional Leaders

ISIL, Al-Qaeda compete for supremacy in global terrorism
US claims to be waging war against "Islamic State" whose various "al-Baghdadi" leaders do not exist.  In 2007, the New York… More
Society Middle East - Syria

Fatah: Recognition of Palestine requires more than lip service

The spokesman for the Palestinian Al-Fatah movement and member of Fatah's Revolutionary Council, Dr. Jamal Nazzal, arrived on his first… More
Society Middle East - Palestine


Japan and World Wars

5339_4Both 2014 and 2015 feature important dates closely related to some of the most murderous events in human history. The beginning of the World War I was celebrated last year, and the 70th anniversary of the end of the World War II will be commemorated in 2015. Japan was involved...

Eastern Asia - Japan

Truth Gone Bad, How 9/11 Activists Have Failed

b1410270272061_rainews_201409091511403There is increasing evidence that the “9/11 truth movement” is, in actuality, a thoroughly controlled and infiltrated “clan” tasked with suppressing truth, not spreading it. Experts in counter-intelligence who have researched both materials and key individuals involved...

USA in the World

America’s war in Afghanistan is over … or is it?

S454545The United States would have you know that it's war in Afghanistan has finally come to a successful end … or "responsible end" as US President Barack Obama so elegantly put it. Speaking from his holiday residence in Hawaii, President Obama told an expecting...

Central Asia - Afghanistan

Qatar’s ‘larger than life’ Geo-Political Stretch

10.3844139atIn traditional frameworks of analysis of foreign policies and power potential of states, geography and ‘size’ of the states are given considerable importance. It is commonly held that ‘size’ of a state directly corresponds to its power. However, if ‘size’ alone could be...
Middle East - Qatar

Yemen: The Start of the Houthi Offensive

Y4535345As the security situation in Yemen deteriorated further in late December, the gap between leading political forces became even deeper, as political parties started to voice a desire to replace President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, a leader that had been deprived of any real political...

Middle East - Yemen

With Aleppo Encircled, West Seeks Wildcard to Save its Terror Hordes

45353222The Syrian Arab Army is reportedly close to completely encircling militants that have occupied the northern city of Aleppo since they invaded it from NATO territory in 2012. Once the encirclement is complete, analysts believe the the city will be finally liberated, in a process similar...

Middle East - Syria

Spying in the German Banana Republic

45342222A German spy employed by Bundes- nachrichtendienst (BND) was arrested in Berlin in early July 2014. He was charged with handing out the top secret documents to foreign secret services, namely the CIA. A few days later it was announced that  German law enforcement agencies...



Oil Wars: Pop! Goes the Weasel…

O453452222When I was a young child growing up in America, a popular silly children’s rhyme was called Pop! goes the Weasel. One verse went: A penny for a spool of thread,  A penny for a needle — That's the way the money goes, Pop! goes the weasel. The “weasel”...

USA in the World

Look Who’s Moving in USA’s ‘Own Backyard’

6456333In 2008 Washington created a special Pentagon command, AFRICOM, to counter the major Chinese economic initiatives in Africa to make loans and give soft credits in return for long-term trade agreements for oil and other African raw materials. Results have been...

Eastern Asia - China

Saudi Arabia: Oil War to the Bitter End

3422222Interesting news came from the foggy shores of Albion. The British newspaper The Telegraph, which has repeatedly been noted to be in close ties with the American capital, again decided to stand up for its big brother and scare the world with new tales about the...

Middle East - Saudi Arabia

Russia and China: Watch Out Moody’s, Here We Come!

564563333Over the past approximate quarter century of so-called economic globalization, Wall Street’s ability to be the home of the only dominant “global” rating agencies to bestow ratings on the credit-worthiness of the world has been one of the most effective weapons of...

USA – China: Climate Agreement

345345222The agreement on cooperation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions signed by Barack Obama and Xi Jinping on the eve of the Conference of the Parties to the climate agreement, which was held in Lima in December 2014, was dubbed by many experts and the media a "historic landmark." And this assessment is justified...

Eastern Asia - China

Contours of the “Oil War”

S342342342Saudi Arabia’s oil minister Ali al-Naimi is reported to have said that the falling oil prices would help stabilize global economy and stimulate economic growth. Where his comments reinforce the ‘OPEC’s decision’ to maintain oil production at 30 million barrels per day, there he is also indirectly alluding to the crucial link...

Middle East - Saudi Arabia

Economic War, BRICS, and the Power of Self-Sufficiency

grain_103400568The toughest, most resilient people as both individuals and as societies all generally have one thing in common - self-sufficiency. This by no means suggests isolationism, but rather the ability to survive, even thrive through one's own work using resources at...

Russia in the World


Preliminary results of Ashraf Ghani’s 100 days in office

M5433333According to a survey by private Afghan television station "Tolo", after 100 days as president of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani’s rating is significantly declining. Residents of the capital and central areas of the country have expressed the most dissatisfaction...

Central Asia - Afghanistan

MIT States That Half of All Children May be Autistic by 2025 due to Monsanto

M4444A senior scientist at MIT has declared that we are facing an epidemic of autism that may result in one half of all children being affected by autism in ten years. Dr. Stephanie Seneff, who made these remarks during a...

USA in the World

Will Charlie Hebdo Become the French 9/11?

C34234234After the bloody events in Paris, when journalists of Charlie Hebdo were murdered in the broad daylight, all across the globe numerous journals have been discussing who could benefit from this tragedy. In some countries (primarily Muslim) the manifestations against the...


Ukraine: ‘Bangladesh’ is Investing in Banderastan

4567787688Another 'pro-Putin troll' has revealed himself. This time, it is an American film director, Oliver Stone, who calls to uncover the truth about the coup in Ukraine. He wrote about this on his Facebook: There are many evidences of pro-Western, third party interference...

Ukraine in the world

Problems Of Muslim Integration In France

french-muslim-protestThe terrorist attack perpetrated in Paris against the cartoonists at Charlie Hebdo was not just significant for France, but also exacerbated the problems that have accumulated over the last decades of inter-religious, inter-ethnic, civilizational, and cultural..


Rewriting and Falsifying History Polish-Style

un-holocaust-victimsMany years ago the notorious business tycoon Sir James Goldsmith sued a satirical magazine for criminal libel, rather than civil libel, under a statute few people knew existed. He justified this by saying that if someone makes false claims about a person...


Paris Terror Rampage: A Failed Narrative

6753333There are reasons no Americans rank showed up at the recent memorial for the victims of the recent event in Paris. It is termed an “event” as terrorist attacks go, this one may be the least credible in history. This week, the BBC reported that the US apologized...


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