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Russia Tells NATO to Shove Abusive Relationship
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Russia Tells NATO to Shove Abusive Relationship
October 21, 2021

Russia is right to end the illusion of dialogue and partnership when the reality is the other party is cynically offering to shake hands while trying to piss down your leg.

The Latest Spy Story: Was It Involving Israel Yet Again?
October 21, 2021

The strongest indicator that Israel was the planned recipient of what the Toebbe’s stole is the silence over who the target might have been.

The Latest Spy Story: Was It Involving Israel Yet Again?
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Klaus Schwab’s Marx: A Sorcerer With the Powers of the Netherworld
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Klaus Schwab’s Marx: A Sorcerer With the Powers of the Netherworld
October 20, 2021

Combining Marxian ideas of historical materialism and technological determinism with fascist-futurist ideas of technocracy and bureaucratic managerial scientism, the World Economic Forum pursues a path of ‘inclusivity’ for the managerial class elite.

The U.S. Re-Joining the UNHRC Speaks Volumes on Human Rights Violations Impunity
October 20, 2021

If, according to the U.S., Cuba does not deserve a seat at the UNHRC, what has the U.S. done to deserve it?

The U.S. Re-Joining the UNHRC Speaks Volumes on Human Rights Violations Impunity
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