July 16, 2024

‘Why are we tempting nuclear annihilation?’ Watch Max Blumenthal address UN Security Council

July 20, 2023 at 07:34 AM
Thank you to Wyatt Reed, Alex Rubinstein and Anya Parampil for helping me prepare this presentation. Wyatt has first hand experience with the subject as a journalist whose hotel in Donetsk was targeted with a US-made howitzer by the Ukrainian military in October 2022. He was 100 meters away when the strike hit, and was nearly killed. Read More »

US Politics and the Paris Finance Summit

July 18, 2023 at 04:43 AM
Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley and French President Emmanuel Macron invited world leaders to Paris on June 22-23 to reach a new “global pact” to finance the fight against poverty and human-induced climate change. Read More »

The U.N. Is Planning To Seize Global ‘Emergency’ Powers With Biden’s Support

July 17, 2023 at 04:40 AM
In September 2024, less than two months before the next U.S. presidential election, the United Nations will host a landmark “Summit of the Future,” where member nations will adopt a Pact for the Future. The agreement will solidify numerous policy reforms offered by the U.N. over the past two years as part of its sweeping Our Common Agenda platform. Read More »

Finance, power, integration: The SCO welcomes a new 'Global Globe'

July 12, 2023 at 03:45 AM
The 23rd summit of the heads of state of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), held virtually in New Delhi, represented History in the making: three BRICS (Russia, India, China), plus Pakistan and four Central Asian “stans” (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan), finally and formally, welcomed the Islamic Republic of Iran as a permanent member. Read More »

Exceptional volumes of sea ice are a headache for climate alarmists

July 06, 2023 at 08:32 AM
While corporate media reports that it’s too late to save Arctic Sea ice, it seems the Arctic has other plans.  Greenland’s snow and ice gains are proving exceptional and cherry farmers in British Columbia, Canada, are warning record low temperatures could reduce their yields. Read More »

Global warming and the confrontation between the West and the rest of the world

June 20, 2023 at 07:35 AM
The theory of the anthropogenic cause of global warming will soon be at the center of the confrontation between the West and Russia. While no one denies that some parts of the world are warming, there is currently no alternative explanation for this phenomenon. But renowned scientists will be presenting another at COP-28 in Dubai. They happen to be members of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Read More »

The reorganization of the Russian armies

June 13, 2023 at 10:20 AM
In the midst of the Ukrainian conflict, the Russian Federation has decided to complete the reorganization of its armies. It’s a mammoth task that has been accomplished since the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the complete anarchy that followed. However, despite the very serious problems that arose last year, first with the dispatch to the front of young men with no military training, then with delays in the supply of certain units, a professionalization of the system is already clearly visible. The announced reform aims not only to homogenize the Armed Forces upwards, but also to radically transform command methods. Read More »

The Data Shows Sea Levels Have Been Falling For Over 100 Years in Scandinavia. But the IPCC Decides They’re Rising

May 26, 2023 at 07:55 AM
For over 100 years the North European cities of Oslo, Stockholm and Helsinki have been steadily rising from the sea with no suggestion from observed evidence that local sea levels will not continue to drop by a few millimetres a year.  Read More »

The war, the separation of the world, or the end of an Empire?

April 18, 2023 at 08:01 AM
Many are those who predict a World War. Indeed, some groups are preparing for it. But the States are reasonable and, in fact, consider rather an amicable separation, a division of the world into two different worlds, one unipolar and the other multipolar. Perhaps we are actually witnessing a third scenario: the "American Empire" is not struggling in the trap of Thucydides; it is collapsing like its former Soviet rival died. Read More »

The Report on Human Rights Violations in the United States in 2022

April 13, 2023 at 07:29 AM
The year 2022 witnessed a landmark setback for U.S. human rights. In the United States, a country labeling itself a "human rights defender," "chronic diseases" such as money politics, racial discrimination, gun and police violence, and wealth polarization are rampant. Human rights legislation and justice have seen an extreme retrogression, further undermining the basic rights and freedoms of the American people. Read More »
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