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Russian civilization at stake in Novorossia

17. September 2014

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Russian civilization at stake in Novorossia

After the army of Novorossia launched a major offensive and began rapidly expanding the area under its control, it became clear to even the most skeptical observers that it was only a matter of time until the militia would inflict a decisive military victory over Kiev. But after Novorossia’s military victory in Ukraine, we will […]

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29. September 2014

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Massive new debt hides years of negative GDP growth in EU and USA

By Jon HELLEVIG (Finland)

Massive new debt hides years of negative GDP growth in EU and USA

In a groundbreaking study Awara Group reveals that the real GDP growth of Western countries has been in negative territory for years. Only by massively loading up debt have they been able to hide the true picture and delay the onset of an inevitable collapse of their respective economies. The study shows that the real […]

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26. September 2014

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Horrific crimes committed by Ukrainian army in Donbass: prohibited arms use and organ trafficking

By Alexander DONETSKY (Novorossia)

Horrific crimes committed by Ukrainian army in Donbass: prohibited arms use and organ trafficking

Numerous reports on systematic destruction of populated areas in the Donbass and Luhansk regions by Ukrainian military have been becoming public domain. The evidence has been plentiful: photos, videos, international observers and journalists’ reports. Neither the United States nor Europe have paid attention on the information as they considered it to be part of the […]

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26. September 2014

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Operation Tomahawk The Caliph

By Pepe ESCOBAR (Brazil)

Operation Tomahawk The Caliph

The Tomahawks are finally flying again – propelled by newspeak. 42 Tomahawks fired from a Sixth Fleet destroyer parked in Mare Nostrum, plus F-22s raising hell and Hellfires spouted by drones, that’s a neat mini-Shock and Awe to honor Caliph Ibrahim, aka Abu Bakr al -Baghdadi, self-declared leader of Islamic State. It’s all so surgical. […]

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25. September 2014

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“Regime Change” in Serbia, 1945 and 2000

By Dimitrije MARKOVIĆ (Serbia)

“Regime Change” in Serbia, 1945 and 2000

Odd as it may seem, October 5, 2000 was not the first time the Western powers engaged in “regime change” in Serbia. There are many similarities between the October 5 regime change and the Western involvement in putting the government of Josip Broz Tito and the Communist Party in charge of Yugoslavia in 1945. Just as […]

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24. September 2014

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Violence in Syria: Strike against the IS

By Muhammad IRFAN (Pakistan)

Violence in Syria: Strike against the IS

It is shocking to learn that the Syrian violence has mounted 200, 000 victims, displaced 6.5 millions from their native shelters and rammed 23 million under the plague of terror and awe. The furthermore sad-fullness of the issue that really aggravates the agony of a sympathetic man, is that this saga of terror is not […]

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24. September 2014

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Tony Abbott’s Terrorism Fetish: Beheadings, Mania, and Threat Inflation

By Binoy KAMPMARK (UK)

Tony Abbott’s Terrorism Fetish: Beheadings, Mania, and Threat Inflation

No politician on this planet is less original. Seeming like a lumbering brontosaurus, the Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott moves through meeting after meeting in an insentient daze that only lifts when stock terms are used. “Terrorism” so happens to be one of them. The Australian use of the ISIS beheadings as a pretext to […]

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23. September 2014

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Islamic State and the policy of the West

By Boris DOLGOV (Russia)

Islamic State and the policy of the West

The Islamic State has won a number of battles and punished two US and one UK citizens. In response, Washington and London launched an air campaign to deliver strikes against the Islamic State’s forces on the ground. On September 14, thirty nations, including China and Russia, have gathered in Paris for talks about the threat […]

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23. September 2014

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Just How Civilized Is the Western Civilization?

By Edward LOZANSKY (USA)

Just How Civilized Is the Western Civilization?

Those who have witnessed and especially those who in one degree or another helped bring about the momentous changes in USSR in the late 1980s and Russia in the early 1990s, remember only too well the overwhelming euphoria of those times. The dark years of totalitarian communism were receding into the past, and the peoples […]

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23. September 2014

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How The West Created ISIS (II)

By Nafeez AHMED (UK)

How The West Created ISIS (II)

Part I Follow the money Media reports following ISIS’ conquest of much of northern and central Iraq this summer have painted the group as the world’s most super-efficient, self-financed, terrorist organisation that has been able to consolidate itself exclusively through extensive looting of Iraq’s banks and funds from black market oil sales. Much of this […]

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22. September 2014

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Leaving the Doll’s House: The Scottish Referendum

By Binoy KAMPMARK (UK)

Leaving the Doll’s House: The Scottish Referendum

They won’t be going anywhere. The Scottish “No” vote may well have had their day on Friday, but the genie of Britannic rejection is definitely out of its confined bottle. The United Kingdom is feeling the strain and stretch of secession sentiment, and those in London are scurrying about in a panic. The figures are […]

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22. September 2014

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How The West Created ISIS (I)

By Nafeez AHMED (UK)

How The West Created ISIS (I)

Our Terrorists “This is an organisation that has an apocalyptic, end-of-days strategic vision which will eventually have to be defeated,” Gen Martin Dempsey, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff. “Military action is necessary to halt the spread of the ISIS/IS “cancer” President Obama calling for expanded airstrikes across Iraq and Syria, and new […]

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21. September 2014

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How sanctions are hastening the world without the West

By Rakesh Krishnan SIMHA (India)

How sanctions are hastening the world without the West

Sanctions are forcing large volumes of trade and finance out of the ambit of traditional networks, weakening western control over such flows. Western sanctions are having an unintended effect. They are accelerating the birth of a parallel ecosystem where countries not allied to the West are able to operate without the constant threat of sanctions. […]

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