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Bombshell Book in Germany Revives 9/11 as a Business Model
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Bombshell Book in Germany Revives 9/11 as a Business Model
April 6, 2021

Nearly 20 years after 9/11, Germany and the German-speaking world are being hit by a formidable one-two. A ground-breaking study by gifted independent financial journalist Lars Schall, Denken wie der Feind – 20 Jahre Ausnahmezustand 9/11 und die Geopolitik des Terrors.

Inside Pompeo’s Pitch for President
March 31, 2021

Laugh if you’d like, but this writer isn’t confident the ambitions of the former secretary of State are a joking matter. 

Inside Pompeo’s Pitch for President
Editor's Сhoice
Stupidity Rules Under Biden, Just As It Did Under Trump
World
Stupidity Rules Under Biden, Just As It Did Under Trump
March 23, 2021

Biden starts so deeply prejudiced so that he is even less intelligent, and more hostile toward Russia, than was George W. Bush, who had said he “looked in his eyes and saw his soul.” Biden says, instead, he saw no “soul”, but just a “killer.”

Britain Shrugs Off Human Rights Concerns, Wants More Trade With China
March 21, 2021

But is this move anything new, in real terms? Or is it part of a new world order that all western powers have, in reality, signed up to regardless?

Britain Shrugs Off Human Rights Concerns, Wants More Trade With China
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Make Way for Kamala Harris, the Deep State’s Dream President
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Make Way for Kamala Harris, the Deep State’s Dream President
March 20, 2021

With Biden barely aware of his surroundings, it is mere child’s play to foist Harris into the leadership role

The Danger of Quirky Cults and Politics
March 11, 2021

The forces of democracy should be on vigilant guard against dangerous far-right cults and political movements today as much as they were during World War II, Wayne Madsen writes.

The Danger of Quirky Cults and Politics
Society
U.S., EU Sanctions on Russia a Reckless Triumph of Absurdity
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U.S., EU Sanctions on Russia a Reckless Triumph of Absurdity
March 5, 2021

The cynical, bankrupt basis for sanctioning Russia makes the Western states’ words and actions a reckless provocation.

Icelanders: Can This Peaceful, Politically Engaged People So Continue?
March 1, 2021

More people in Iceland than in most countries are politically conscious and motivated to take on corruption in politics and business in Iceland than in most countries, Ron Ridenour writes.

Icelanders: Can This Peaceful, Politically Engaged People So Continue?
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