Monthly Archives: March 2016

Russia to Go ‘Asymmetrical’ Against NATO Build-Up

NATO encirclement of Russia (click image to enlarge) Russia’s envoy to NATO has vowed a “totally asymmetrical” response if the alliance stands by a plan to deploy new armored units to Eastern Europe. Citing Russian “aggression” as a pretext, the … Continue reading

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CrossTalk: Europe Terrorized

This time it was Brussels. Europe has become a battlefield in which terrorists can roam free and undetected. Of course we mourn the victims. But it is way past the time to talk honestly – Europe’s experiment with limited sovereignty … Continue reading

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Useless Western Outrage Following the Brussels Terrorist Attacks

Soldiers patrol in the streets of Brussels as the Belgian capital remains on the highest possible alert level. (Photo: Emmanuel Dunand / AFP) By Alexander Mercouris These terrorist attack now happen in Europe with the regularity of clockwork. In 2015 … Continue reading

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They Don’t Just Dance…

The Afghan tradition of recruiting young boys for sex. In Afghanistan’s male-dominated society women face many restrictions. Among the many prohibitions, they are not allowed to go to parties or dance. That female social vacuum has led to an old … Continue reading

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Zeitgeist: Moving Forward

The third and last documentary film in the Zeitgeist series. While the majority of the world today have slowly come to see some basic flaws in the economic system we share, as large scale debt defaults, inflation, industrial pollution, resource … Continue reading

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