Freedom

Trust is Failing On Both Sides of the Pond

December 7, 2018 0

TOM LUONGO | 07.12.2018 I’ve been warning for a while now that we are pushing towards an inflection point in history.  With each passing week it feels like events are accelerating as change to the status […]

World Affairs

Russia Will Decide the Fate of Syria Without America

October 29, 2018 0

By Rostislav Ishchenko Translated by Ollie Richardson and Angelina Siard cross posted with http://www.stalkerzone.org/rostislav-ishchenko-russia-will-decide-the-fate-of-syria-without-america/ source: https://ukraina.ru/opinion/20181028/1021573309.html On Saturday, a symbolic meeting of four national leaders took place in Istanbul. Vladimir Putin held talks with the presidents of […]

Freedom

France: Free Speech on Trial – Again

March 22, 2018 0

by Robbie Travers Is the real, secret, goal of the French state to have no one who disagrees with it speak out? Marine Le Pen did not suggest that all Muslims are terrorists. She did not […]

World Affairs

The battle of Damascus and East Ghouta

February 27, 2018 0

The city of Damascus and the countryside to the East of the capital, East Ghouta, are the theatre for violent combats opposing Al-Qaïda (supported by the United Kingdom and France) and the Syrian Arab Army. […]

World Affairs

The Franco-British “Entente Cordiale”

January 30, 2018 0

Unnoticed in the Western world, the renewal of the Lancaster House Treaty by London and Paris creates a super “Entente Cordiale” which is far more immersive than the Treaty of 1904. It participates in the […]

World Affairs

President Macron Snubbed By Saudi Arabia

November 14, 2017 0

Having hastily organised a detour via Saudi Arabia in order to repatriate the Lebanese Prime Minister, who is being held prisoner with his family there, President Emmanuel Macron had to swallow an unprecedented public affront. […]

Freedom

Kadima! En Marche!

May 10, 2017 0

As soon as his victory was announced, democratically elected President Emmanuel Macron defined a distance between himself and the People. Refusing to mingle with the crowd, he took a long, solitary walk across the courtyard […]

Commentary

Douce France

May 1, 2017 0

by Jimmie Moglia “Douce France, cher pays de mon enfance” – so goes the song [Sweet France, dear country of my infancy]. I did not grow up in France, but at times I feel as […]

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