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Despite recognizing how easily the NATO-Russian proxy war in Ukraine could spiral out of control into World War III, and thus appreciating the need to bring about a diplomatic end to it as soon as possible exactly as Vance has promised that he’ll seek to do, some members of the Alt-Media Community are still displeased that Trump picked him as VP Addressing The Top-Three Criticisms Head-On Trump’s decision to pick freshman Ohio Senator JD Vance as his Vice President (VP) has riled some members of the Alt-Media Community (AMC), who claim that it represents a step backwards for the MAGA movement. They point to…

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July 17 is a date that for two fraternal nations, the Russians and the Serbs, lives in infamy. It is when in 1918 and 1946, respectively, forces of iniquity murdered Emperor Nicholas II along with his family and faithful servants and, two decades later, Serbian General Dragoljub Mihailovic, World War II guerrilla commander and his nation’s undisputed leader. These horrific murders, of demonic inspiration and driven by maniacal fury, were genuine hate crimes in the most authentic signification of that overused phrase. The wicked executioners aimed to eradicate from the face of the earth more than just the physical presence…

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Anyone who, based on past experience, might have anticipated the human sacrifice orchestrated to garnish the NATO meeting in Washington was not to be disappointed. The latest Russian rocket barrage on Ukrainian military and strategic targets, which occurred on the eve of the NATO summit in DC, presented an opportunity too precious to miss. Targeting only military or industrial sites would have done little to animate the NATO meeting or to get everyone onto the same page. But hitting a children’s hospital and killing some kids would be almost guaranteed to do the trick. Being in “total disarray,” as Alexander…

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A famous person (was it Karl Marx?) once remarked that when history repeats itself, the first time it is a tragedy, the second time a farce. Many of Marx’s important predictions may not have come to fruition exactly as he wanted, but on this one he was spot on. The recent commotion in the South American country of Bolivia may be regarded as an illustration. The potential tragedy part of the drama was the 2019 coup, executed professionally according to the regime change rulebook in order to seize the country’s valuable lithium deposits and incidentally despoil it’s citizens of all…

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The initiation by the Vatican of canonical proceedings against gadfly Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano marks a significant new development in the deepening crisis within the Roman Catholic church. Archbishop Vigano was recently summoned to answer accusations of committing three canonical offences: fomenting schism, questioning the legitimacy of the current Pope, and rejecting the second Vatican council of the Roman Catholic church which was held sixty years ago and whose controversial reforms have been agitating traditionalist Catholics ever since. It is a delicious irony which will not be lost upon the students of Vatican affairs that the church organ now prosecuting…

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It raises the stakes in the US’ dangerous game of nuclear chicken with Russia in Ukraine, accelerates the US’ “Pivot (back) to Asia”, and could thus trap China and the US in an escalation spiral that moves the New Cold War out of Europe. Russia and North Korea just clinched a mutual defense pact during President Putin’s trip to Pyongyang, which followed his counterpart Kim Jong Un’s visit to Vladivostok last September that was analyzed here. This agreement is a geopolitical game-changer for three fundamental reasons: it raises the stakes in the US’ dangerous game of nuclear chicken with Russia in Ukraine; accelerates the US’ “Pivot…

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It was always unrealistic to imagine that Orban could stop NATO’s plans in Ukraine. Wednesday’s meeting between Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg saw the two leaders reach an agreement on the bloc’s military aid to Ukraine. Hungary won’t oppose NATO’s decisions in this regard like it briefly did the EU’s in exchange for NATO not forcing Hungary to participate in a conventional intervention there, allow its territory to be used to facilitate that, and fund the Ukrainian Armed Forces. Simply put, they agreed to disagree and not interfere in the other’s affairs. While some observers abroad who are favorable towards Orban…

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Zelensky’s attendance has more of a practical meaning than just reinforcing historically revisionist narratives about World War II since his discussions with the American, British, French, and German leaders will decide the coming escalations and the new peace process that might follow them by the end of summer. A lot of media attention has been focused on the 80th D-Day anniversary considering its emotive significance and the participation of several international leaders at the event. Zelensky’s attendance alongside Biden and several of his Western European counterparts appears out of place since Ukraine had nothing to do with this operation. The only…

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The importance of F. William Engdahl’s analysis of the origins of the lunacy that reigns all around us and the personalities that drive it cannot be overstated. Tucker Carlson’s conversation with Shawn Ryan covering essentially the same topic should be viewed in conjunction with Engdahl’s text: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ptNhhUSOf0 Important to understand is that there is not one single new or original idea in Klaus Schwab’s so-called Great Reset agenda for the world. Nor is his Fourth Industrial Revolution agenda his or his claim to having invented the notion of Stakeholder Capitalism a product of Schwab. Klaus Schwab is little more than a slick…

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The May 23 vote in the UN General Assembly on the “Srebrenica genocide” resolution was not even a PR victory for the collective West countries that spearheaded it. With 84 “yes” votes out of possible 194, this resolution failed to obtain even the plurality of UN member states’ votes. Abstaining states, 68 in total, were the second largest voting bloc. This dismal result was obtained after two postponements of the scheduled vote by the sponsoring countries. The postponements were arranged to gain the sponsors additional time to arm-twist and blackmail reluctant governments. But as a result of the vote that…

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