Czech Republic: President Zeman Denounces Anti Russian “Hysteria”

Tensions between the Czech Republic and Russia rapidly escalated after the Czech government suddenly accused two Russian agents of being behind the destruction of an ammo depot in the village of Vrbetice that took place… over six years ago! Prague then proceeded to expel 18 Russian diplomats, to which Moscow responded by expelling 20 Czech diplomats, prompting NATO countries, including […]

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A New Phase of the Coup Has Begun in the United States

The events on Capital Hill in Washington on January 6 were immediately presented by the leadership of the Democratic Party and the mainstream media as an insurrection against the United States government incited by President Trump. However much one may dislike Donald Trump’s policies or the dangerous ideology of part of his right-wing extremist base, that is an absurdly exaggerated […]

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Media Dictatorship in America Aims to Stifle All Opposition Voices

One thing is clear about the “storming” of the U.S. Congress on Jan. 6, which has all the markings of a typical “third force” operation: it has served to escalate the drive by “Big Tech” to impose total censorship of the flow of information and strengthen the “surveillance state”. All in the name of “defending democracy”, of course. Twitter permanently […]

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A Global Digital Currency Is a Key Part of the Great Reset

The highly speculative Bitcoin cryptocurrency was launched as a pilot project to test the technical feasibility of such a CBDC. In fact, the deputy governor of the Bank of England Ben Broadbent, referred to Bitcoin as the model technology for the CBDC (https://www.bankofengland.co.uk/speech/2016/central-banks-and-digital-currencies), which raises the question of whether central banks themselves are behind the creation of the cryptocurrency (hiding […]

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London Judge Denies Assange Release on Bail

Following the Jan. 4 ruling by British judge Vanessa Baraitser against extraditing WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States (cf. SAS 1/21), the same judge refused two days later to grant his request to be freed on bail. She had rejected the extradition request on the narrow grounds that Assange would seek to commit suicide if imprisoned in the […]

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Egypt Moves Economically to Support Reconciliation Efforts in Libya

Egypt is deploying smart diplomacy and economic initiatives to help achieve a final settlement of the civil war in Libya opposing the Tripoli based Government of National Accord/ GNA), and the Benghazi-based National Assembly and the Libyan National Army (LNA). While the ceasefire brokered by the United Nations last October is holding, it is still fragile. Outside players, in particular […]

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