The FRN Daily News Brief 2019-04-14

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This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 9, articles about Headline-News, Iran, Iraq, Mena, Syria, Eurasia, Nato, Russia, Interview, Opinions, Serbia, United-States, Anglo-5, Romania, Defense, Latin-America, Venezuela.

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Tags in this brief: Iran, Iraq, Syria, Black Sea, NATO, Russia, Epistemology, Flores, Interregnum, Interview, Leonard, Ontology, Philosophy, Religion, Science, Romania, US, Nuclear Bomber, Nuclear War, Nuke, SU57, Venezuela, Bolivarian, Chavista, Maduro, Militia, National Revolutionary Militia.

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A magnificent moment is about to happen in the New Middle East

Published 2019-04-14 21:23:59 by Guest Author in Headline-News, Iran, Iraq, Mena, Syria

By Vladimir Gujanicic – When the Battle for the Middle East began in 2011 in the framework of the Arab spring process, contours of the geopolitical struggle were quickly formulated. The whole world was a witness to the grouping of states into opposing camps. The arena for this conflict was the territory of Syria and Iraq, but almost all of the world was drawn into the conflict. After more than a million died, we enter the final phase of what the war was really about, the creation of a New Middle East. The armed parties knew that there was no… Continue ->

Tags: Iran, Iraq, Syria


Russia pledges to respond to NATO’s increasing aggression in the Black Sea

Published 2019-04-14 20:20:59 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Nato, Russia

MOSCOW – Russian officials have reacted harshly to new reports on increased NATO activities in the Black Sea region. The increase in NATO activities in the Black Sea impairs regional stability, and Moscow will react consistently, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko promised. “Of course, we will take all necessary measures to counteract the threats related to the increase in NATO activity in that region,” he said. Grushko stressed that security in the region “should be ensured mainly through the cooperation of the Black Sea countries”. Meanwhile, the Russian S-400 missiles are one of the most powerful anti-aircraft defense systems… Continue ->

Tags: Black Sea, NATO, Russia


Flores: VIDEO – The Catastrophe of Liberalism and the Mind of God

Published 2019-04-14 18:47:10 by Joaquin Flores in Eurasia, Headline-News, Interview, Opinions, Serbia, United-States

In this long-form interview, with Arktos’ podcast Interregnum, host John Bruce Leonard raised what we hope FRN readers will find to be a series of in-depth and very engaging questions about the dominant paradigm of our time – liberalism. While this subject has many dimensions, in this two-hour interview, which we hope readers will get something out of, we focus quite narrowly on the question of the relationship between the Copernican Revolution and the rise of naturalism in the sciences, and how that was ultimately transplanted over into the areas of the humanities by the close of the 18th century…. Continue ->

Tags: Epistemology, Flores, Interregnum, Interview, Leonard, Ontology, Philosophy, Religion, Science


Useful Tool: Romania becomes U.S military outpost against Russia

Published 2019-04-14 18:25:15 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Romania, Russia, United-States

BUCHAREST – Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko said on Saturday that Moscow is closely monitoring the deployment of the THAAD missile defense system in Romania by the United States. The Russian caution in the observation seeks to understand the purpose of this movement, added Grushko. On Thursday, the US European Command said in a press release that the US will deploy the THAAD system in Romania in the coming months in support of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). “We are looking at this closely. There is a Russian saying that nothing is longer than the temporary. There are… Continue ->

Tags: NATO, Romania, Russia, US


US fears Russian Su-57 fighter will become nuclear bomber

Published 2019-04-14 16:39:47 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Defense, Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, United-States

WASHINGTON DC – The US military is concerned that the new Russian multipurpose fighter Su-57 can be used as a high-speed, ultra-rapid deployment nuclear bomber, says avia.pro, with reference to the document Nuclear Posture Review prepared by the US Department of Defense. The portal notes that, according to analysts’ estimates, Russia intends to upgrade its Su-57 fighters and equip them with nuclear weapons in the future, which would allow effective attacks. Russia is upgrading its existing stockpiles of 2,000 non-strategic nuclear warheads, including those used by ships, airplanes and ground forces, the report says. According to the publication, information on… Continue ->

Tags: Nuclear Bomber, Nuclear War, Nuke, Russia, SU57, US


LAVROV: U.S Failed Its Blitzkrieg on Venezuela

Published 2019-04-14 16:05:47 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Latin-America, Russia, United-States, Venezuela

MOSCOW – The US failed to conduct a blitzkrieg on Venezuela, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said. Now the crisis in Venezuela is on the agenda, the Russian foreign minister said during his speech at the session of the Council for Foreign Policy and Defense Russia, adding that the “American’s openly interfere in the internal affairs of sovereign states.” “The blitzkrieg was not successful [for the US], but the Americans do not give up the goal of overthrowing the government of the legitimate president [of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro].” At the same time, the diplomat said that the political course of… Continue ->

Tags: Russia, US, Venezuela


BRING IT ON: National Revolutionaries to join Venezuela’s Military – Citizen’s Militia Prepares for WAR

Published 2019-04-14 15:24:26 by Paul Antonopoulos in Headline-News, Latin-America, Venezuela

CARACAS – Venezuela will change its legislation to make the powerful Bolivarian militia, known as the ‘National Revolutionary Militia’ a part of the Bolivarian Armed Forces (FANB), Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said in his speech on Saturday. Earlier this month, Maduro said the number of Venezuela’s militia would be raised from 2.1 million personnel to 3 million by December 2019. “Commander Chavez dreamed of a powerful and large militia… The militia will receive a constitutional classification as an integral part of the country’s armed forces,” Maduro said, adding that legislation would be changed for that measure. … Continue ->

Tags: Bolivarian, Chavista, Maduro, Militia, National Revolutionary Militia, Venezuela


Axis of Resistance Strengthens – Iran, Iraq and Syria plan to connect their rail systems

Published 2019-04-14 12:55:55 by Paul Antonopoulos in Headline-News, Iran, Iraq, Mena, Syria

TEHRAN – Syria, Iran and Iraq plan to hold a trilateral meeting on the connection of their rail systems, media reported quoting a source at the Syrian Ministry of Transport. “Our countries are now working on the resumption of the project that connects the railways of Syria, Iran and Iraq and are determining the date of the meeting between the representatives of the countries to develop the plans,” a source told al-Watan newspaper on Saturday. The goal of the project, launched before the start of the crisis in Syria in 2011, is to secure access to Syrian ports for Baghdad… Continue ->

Tags: Iran, Iraq, Syria


U.S sanctions against Venezuela and Iran have actually benefited Russia

Published 2019-04-14 07:44:25 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Iran, Latin-America, Mena, Russia, United-States, Venezuela

This has been evident, regarding Iran, since day one – it explains some of the tensions between Rouhani supporters and Russian patriots over certain sensitive subjects. The so-called ‘hardliner’ Iranians such as Ahmadinejad were better liked by Iran’s poor as well as Russian patriots. That said, Iran’s leadership is up to Iranians. But it’s been the more cosmopolitan elite of Iran that has sought to reap the benefits of European energy market integration. Rouhani, at the same time, was necessary in bringing the Green Movement to heel. – J. Flores – MOSCOW – The US-imposed sanctions on Venezuela and Iran… Continue ->

Tags: Iran, Russia, US, Venezuela


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