There Will Be No Russophobia Reset

In the end, there was hardly a reset; rather a sort of tentative pause on Cold War 2.0. Interminable days of sound and fury were trudging along when President Trump finally decided NATO is "no longer obsolete"; still, he wants to "get along" with Russia. Just ahead of meeting US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in Moscow, President …

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New Spin of North Korea-Syria ‘Axis of Evil’ Points to US War

US media reports this week blamed North Korea for having a dastardly role in an alleged chemical weapons massacre in Syria. As if the two countries could not be demonized enough. The latest spin of the “axis of evil” suggests Washington is hell-bent on war. Demonize, dehumanize, destroy. That’s the logic being throttled by the …

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Is Syria’s Invasion from Jordan on the Agenda?

With focus on the battle of Raqqa and in the governorates of Homs and Idlib, Jordan has been kept away from media headlines. The kingdom’s role will grow immensely if it becomes the staging point for an operation on Syrian soil. And it may happen pretty soon. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad made the allegation that «Jordan was …

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Personal Message from Xi Jinping to Vladimir Putin: Our Friendship is Unbreakable

Chinese President Xi Jinping sends personal message of friendship to Russian President Putin on China's behalf, scotching attempt by US to make trouble between them. Russia’s President Putin has met in the Oval Hall of the Kremlin with Li Zhanshu, Director of the General Office of the Communist Party of China, and chief of staff …

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Israel ‘Draws Red Line’ in Syria

Following another Israeli air strike near Damascus, Tel Aviv has now taken a clear position on the Syrian conflict. After 6 years of alleged Israeli “neutrality” in the Syrian conflict, the government has finally announced a semi-official “red line.” The new limits Israel is placing on their neighbors own military matters is now clear: Syria …

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Trump’s North Korean Obsession

Since Donald Trump's victory, tensions in the Korean Peninsula have reached almost unprecedented levels. This aggressive approach from the new administration has accentuated tensions with Pyongyang, leaving one to wonder whether another US war is in the making. During the election campaign, Trump often took ambiguous and, in some respects, isolationist positions concerning hotspots around the …

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The Usury Based System. Towards a Worldwide Financial Disaster?

It is more obvious every day that with the accession of Donald Trump to the presidency of the United States—I refuse to use the word “election,” because I am convinced that Trump was designated for this position by the “deep state” and the controlled media—a major world disaster is not only likely but probably inevitable. …

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An Avocado a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

Sometimes people have more than one serious health complication. If those problems happen to be three or more of the most prevalent risk factors for heart disease and diabetes, such as high blood pressure, high triglycerides and a large waistline, they merge into a single disorder known as metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome represents one very …

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