G-6? 7? 8? How About the Gang That Can’t Shoot Straight?

I have to say that as much as I don’t like the direction Trump’s foreign policy has gone, there are still plenty of moments of unbridled joy in watching the man work a crowd. His suggestion of allowing Russia back into the G-7 is one of those moments. Trump has a nearly preternatural way of …

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Libya According to the UN and the Harsh Reality

Despite the good will of some of the participants, the Paris conference for Libya did not have the desired effects. This can be explained by the double language of NATO and the United Nations, who are pretending to want to stabilise the country while their actions in fact continue the Cebrowski plan for the destruction …

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Return of the Orb: Why are Netanyahu and Macron Clasping Glowing Globe?

Orb memes and supernatural conspiracies are back with a vengeance after Benjamin Netanyahu and Emmanuel Macron were pictured grasping a strange glowing sphere between them. The bizarre moment comes a year after an uncannily similar photo, featuring US President Donald Trump, Saudi King Salman and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, sparked witchcraft conspiracies across social …

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Will Putin’s Policy of Concession Succeed?

Russian president Vladimir Putin’s speech at the St. Petersburg International Economic Conference last weekend shows the Russian government’s ensnarement by neoliberal economic policy. Putin defended globalism and free trade, and he warned that crisis will result from the breakup of the global system. In fact, crisis is the result of globalism and neoliberal economics. For …

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France Wants the Future to be Eurasia vs. Eurafrica

A former French Prime Minister unveiled a detailed and very ambitious plan to form a Eurafrican Axis in the New Cold War as a means of “balancing” between East and West, but what he’s really calling for is a policy of ‘controlled’ ‘replacement migration’ coupled with refined neo-imperial political and economic models for making France …

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Macron Wants to Build French-Led New World Order – But No-One is Listening

Emmanuel Macron has been a busy man. While he has a unique vision for France’s global role, his vision is falling on deaf ears. At the end of April, French President Macron received a standing ovation from the US Congress. At around the same time, he also had a phone call with Iranian President Hassan …

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France Is Trying to Cast a “Hex” on China’s South Pacific Plans

There’s been a spike in anti-Chinese fear mongering in the run-up to New Caledonia’s independence referendum later this year. The leader of a powerful pro-unity party warned that the island nation would become a “colony of China” because it’s “too small to be secure if it becomes independent”, implying that the People’s Republic would ecologically …

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Iran Deal Crisis Leaves Transatlantic Alliance in Tatters

The prospect of German, French and British companies being hit with US sanctions in the wake of Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Iran Deal carries with it an element of poetic justice. Over the past few years each of the aforementioned governments have been slavish in their support for sanctions against Russia, and therefore now that they are faced …

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