We have recently had some significant news about the sovereign gold market that makes the unclarity even more unclear. Central banks and the BIS in Basel go to great length to tell the world absolutely nothing about their gold dealings. All transactions are carried out covertly and no central bank ever has an official audit … Continue reading Is 50% of Western Central Bank Gold Gone?
Germany’s colonial role in Africa has been highlighted again as the Tanzania government placed the European state on notice that it will file an official complaint over the atrocities committed during the early 20th century. This report comes in the aftermath of a similar effort by representatives of the Herero and Nama peoples of the … Continue reading Tanzania Demands Reparations for German Colonial Atrocities
When Jürgen Bornemann was a junior army officer in West Germany’s Bundeswehr, he spent many months of every year practicing getting his unit from its base to likely conflict zones near West Germany’s border with East Germany. His unit was not alone. “Entire divisions were moved within West Germany,” Bornemann, who went on to become … Continue reading Is NATO Really Ready for a War?
A German arms producer has refused to deliver key components for a new US grenade launcher, citing an 1868 convention prohibiting grenades being fired straight at a person. The German company is now facing penalties. Mass production of the US, state-of-the-art, shoulder-fired grenade launcher XM25 has stalled since German company Heckler & Koch (H&K) has … Continue reading German Firm Refuses Key Component for US Grenade Launcher Over 1868 International Law
If ever an image captured the dysfunctional nature of the European Union it was the assembled leaders of the 28 member states photographed at an ancient fortress on the Maltese island this week. Talk about "fortress mentality"! The European presidents and prime ministers were scheduled to deal with migration from North Africa as a threat to the bloc's stability. But … Continue reading Trump or Putin? EU Loses Plot on Biggest Threat
According to German broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW), German security and intelligence agencies were particularly familiar with the Berlin attacker, Anis Amri, long before he plowed a large truck into a Christmas market, killing 12 and injuring many more. In an article titled, “All the cracks that Berlin suspect Amri slipped through,” a now familiar litany of … Continue reading Gladio Again: Germany Could’ve But Didn’t Stop Berlin Attacker. Why?
NATO’s biggest buildup in Europe since the Cold War was met with official cheers in Poland and approving Western media coverage this week, but lack of concern in Western public discourse suggests a collective amnesia towards the continent’s horrific past. Up to 4,000 US troops and hundreds of Abrams tanks and Bradley armored vehicles rolled into … Continue reading Western Amnesia on WWII as NATO Replicates Nazi Germany
The Washington Post – among others – hit the ground running in the wake of an apparent terrorist attack in Germany’s capital of Berlin before evidence was forthcoming and even before German police arrested a suspect. A truck plowed into a crowded Christmas market, killing 12 and injuring many more in what resembled an attack … Continue reading Why the West is Helping ISIS Spread Hysteria Post-Berlin Attack
The terrorist attack on the Christmas fair in Berlin that occurred on December 19, resulted in government officials pledging their commitment to the speedy deportation of failed asylum seekers, since the attacker was a Tunisian migrant. Tunisians have been treated extremely cautiously in Europe recently and at this stage it’s imperative for us to understand … Continue reading How Tunisia Got Transformed into a Major Exporter of Jihadists?