1918 “Sykes-Picot” & 2017 “Rojava” – Flogging the Same Dead Horse Twice

Throughout the “civil war” (all of the terrorists are supported by external States) in Syria, which began – according to the official narrative – in 2011, the parties involved either on the side of current Syrian President Bashar al-Assad or on the side of the “Syrian revolution” (jihadists but with the western PR firms and media …

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The Protocols of Zion: Protocols 12-15: Freemasonry Serves the Elders

"The goyim enter the lodges in the hope of getting a nibble from the public pie...These tigers in appearance have the souls of sheep and the wind blows freely through their heads."  Protocol 15 The Protocols of Zion portray Freemasons as being under the thumb of the Jews. But if you believe Voltaire's dictum that …

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China-India Standoff: Modi has Bitten Off More Than He Can Chew

Delusion and petulance are character flaws in a politician that often boomerang or, in soccer parlance, score one’s own goal. Three years into Modi’s reign as India’s prime minister, some of his major policies such as demonetisation, have done precisely that. The latest border standoff with China, caused by Modi, looks likely to end up …

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Mosul Liberated, What Next?

On July 9, Mosul was declared liberated from the Islamic State (IS). Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi arrived in the city to announce the mission's success. After nine months of fierce and grueling fighting and human suffering, the terrorists lost the city, which has been their stronghold for the last three years. Around 915,000 residents have fled …

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Saudi Arabia: What’s Really Behind Trump’s Hypocrisy?

US President Donald Trump’s support came in no small part from those Americans who believe terrorism, and more specifically, “Islamic” terrorism pose an existential threat to the United States and the wider Western World. It is curious then that President Trump’s first trip abroad was to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, the sociocultural source code of the …

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China Slams Donald Trump for Trying to Make North Korea a Chinese ‘Problem’

China's Foreign Ministry Spokesman has harshly criticised Donald Trump's attitude which seeks to make North Korea a Chinese burden. China is getting extremely fed up with Donald Trump’s continual public assertions that North Korea is somehow China’s problem as though North Korea is a kind of geo-political prodigal son rather than a sovereign nation that …

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Rich Pakistanis Pay Little Under Country’s Unjust Tax System

The poorest of the poor pay 80% of taxes collected in Pakistan while the rich, whose total contribution to overall tax revenue does not exceed 5%, enjoy special rights or privileges and a concessionary regime under the country’s unethical tax structure. The poor pay huge indirect taxes on utilities, petrol, and mobile communication which come to …

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