Daily Archive: July 12, 2018

Trump’s Using Russian Gas Rhetoric to Control Germany and Support Poland

Read between the President’s words and this “stable genius” is at it again with one of his Machiavellian plans. German-Polish Rivalry Trump raised eyebrows this morning when he told NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg during breakfast that “Germany is captive of Russia because it is getting so much of its energy from Russia. They pay billions of dollars to Russia...

The China-Arab States Cooperation Forum Offers the Arab World Hope During a Time of Crisis

The once united Arab world is more divided today than at anytime since the implementation of the Sykes-Picot agreement of 1916 whereby the French and British imperial governments decided to split the majority of the Arab world into spheres of influence to be shared by western Europe’s foremost colonial aggressors. In the middle of the 20th century anti-colonial Arab Nationalist...

South Africa’s Boers Are Putting Russia on the Horns of a Dilemma

The planned migration of 15,000 South African Boers to Russia is forcing the host country to choose between welcoming these new arrivals for humanitarian reasons or complicating their efforts to flee for geopolitical ones. Racist Misperceptions RT just published an article quoting a Rossiya 1TV report about a delegation of 30 South African farming families that travelled to the country’s...

Xinjiang: China Ignores Lessons From the Past

A Chinese campaign to forcibly assimilate ethnic Uyghurs in its north-western province of Xinjiang in a bid to erase nationalist sentiment, counter militancy, and create an ‘Uyghur Islam with Chinese characteristics’ ignores lessons learnt not only from recent Chinese history but also the experience of others. The campaign, reminiscent of failed attempts to undermine Uyghur culture during the Cultural Revolution,...