What’s Former Kremlin Grey Cardinal Surkov’s Prediction for the Future?

What’s Former Kremlin Grey Cardinal Surkov’s Prediction for the Future?

The present analysis will summarize his thoughts and then offer the author’s interpretation thereof as well as his own prediction. Summarizing Surkov Vladislav Surkov, the man who served under President Putin in one capacity or another from 1999-2020 and was referred to by observers at home and abroad as the Kremlin’s “grey cardinal”, published an…

Biden’s Summit With Xi a PR Stunt That Won’t Reduce US-China Tensions

Biden’s Summit With Xi a PR Stunt That Won’t Reduce US-China Tensions

While both leaders appeared to be cordial there was little sign that Washington has changed its fundamental position of antagonizing China. United States President Joe Biden held his first direct dialogue with China’s President Xi Jinping amid spiraling tensions between the world’s two biggest economies. Professor Francis Boyle gives his take on the “big event”…

CAR is Fighting against Both the Domestic and Foreign Enemies

CAR is Fighting against Both the Domestic and Foreign Enemies

For four centuries African nations suffered from the evils of the slave trade, until, in the mid-19th Century Europeans discontinued this commerce, no longer seeing it as profitable. But the decline of the slave trade saw the dawn of another terrible time for Africa – the colonial period. African warriors were unable to resist attacks…

Mosul, Destroyed by War, Waits to be Rebuilt While the Hunt for Hidden ISIS Treasure Goes On

Mosul, Destroyed by War, Waits to be Rebuilt While the Hunt for Hidden ISIS Treasure Goes On

The search for hidden ISIS treasure buried in the ruins of Mosul, the city recaptured from the terror group after a devastating nine-month siege in 2017, is the latest obstacle delaying its reconstruction. Local people accuse the authorities of preventing them rebuilding their houses because officials suspect them of searching for cash or other valuables concealed by ISIS. “A month…

Thanksgiving Glorifies the Abhorrent Colonization of Indigenous Peoples

Thanksgiving Glorifies the Abhorrent Colonization of Indigenous Peoples

From Columbus Day to Independence Day to Thanksgiving, the U.S. pretty much specializes in taking dates that celebrate genocide and discrimination, and repackaging them as family-friendly holidays. So as Thanksgiving 2021 — the 400th anniversary of the supposed first Thanksgiving — approaches, you may be wondering exactly why Thanksgiving is bad. Not only is Thanksgiving…