The FRN Daily News Brief 2019-04-19

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This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 11, articles about Eurasia, France-Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, Mena, Syria, Ukraine, Politics, United-States, Nato, Germany, Anglo-5, Latin-America, Venezuela, Greece-Eurasia, Ksa, Yemen.

Tags in this brief: Buildup, Estonia, France, Military, NATO, Provocation, Russia, Tensions, Damascus, Egypt, Iran, Latakia, Lebanon, Oil, Syria, Poroshenko, Savchenko, Ukraine Elections, Zelensky, 1st Peoples, 4PT, Anti-Fascism, Anti-Racism, Diversity, Dugin, First Peoples, Fourth Political Theory, Indigenous Rights, Multipolarity, Philosophy, Boeing, Turchinov, Ukraine, Ukrainian Air Force, Aggression, Baltic, Baltic Sea, Containment, Geopolitics, Austria, Austrian Control Bank, Austrian Investments, German Investments, Germany, Coup, US, Venezuela, Greece, Sanctions, Gabbard, KSA, Saudi, Trump, Coal, Economy, Medvedev, Petroleum.

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France to deploy tanks and military to Russian borders

Published 2019-04-19 21:23:42 by Joaquin Flores in Eurasia, France-Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia

PARIS – French armed forces will be deployed to Estonia as part of the NATO mission to strengthen the military presence in the Baltic countries and Poland. On April 23, France will deploy almost 300 soldiers to Estonia, as well as four tanks and twenty infantry fighting vehicles. RIA Novosti reports regarding the press service of the French Embassy in Tallinn. According to the Ministry, the French military equipment and personnel will be deployed in the Estonian city of Tapa, located about 140 km from the border of Estonia and Russia. It is noted that the French armed forces will be… Continue ->

Tags: Buildup, Estonia, France, Military, NATO, Provocation, Russia, Tensions


Syria is Going to Win the Oil War

Published 2019-04-19 18:01:50 by Guest Author in Headline-News, Mena, Syria

By Vladimir Gujanicic – After more than seven years of uninterrupted warfare, the Syrian economy is outraged. And if the Syrian army has reclaimed all oil sources from the right bank of the Euphrates, a large part of them has been destroyed by NATO aviation and the Islamic state in retaliation so that the reconstruction of the production goes quite slowly. For now, the Syrian government relies heavily on its own production and assistance from Iran. In the last month after the intensified sanctions of America, there have been the formation of kilometer columns in front of the inferior stations…. Continue ->

Tags: Damascus, Egypt, Iran, Latakia, Lebanon, NATO, Oil, Syria


Savchenko will support the comedian over Poroshenko, would accept Defense Minister post

Published 2019-04-19 16:32:36 by Tom Winter in Eurasia, Headline-News, Ukraine

We read in Tsargrad: The guessing game that remained after  “dark horse” Nadezhda Savchenko’s release from the Ukrainian prison has been resolved. It’s no longer necessary to guess which of the presidential candidates the people’s deputy will support: she come out for the comedian Vladimir Zelensky. At the same time, answering journalists’ questions, Savchenko noted that she would accept an offer to take the post of Minister of Defense. Savchenko announced her support for Zelensky on the Ukrainian TV channel Ours. At the same time, the deputy noted that she was confident that the one she voted for would be… Continue ->

Tags: Poroshenko, Savchenko, Ukraine Elections, Zelensky


Dugin: VIDEO – The Fourth Position is Against Fascism – Liberalism is Racist

Published 2019-04-19 14:02:20 by Joaquin Flores in Eurasia, Headline-News, Politics, Russia, United-States

The Center for Syncretic studies presents a short of Russian philosopher and geopolitical analyst, Alexander Dugin, explaining how his Fourth Political Theory is fundamentally opposed to fascism and neo-fascism, as well as all ideologies of modernity. These are, as they always have been, his ideas and not necessarily our own. The question is posed: Is there an absolute difference between Fascism, Neo-Fascism and the Fourth Political Theory? Dugin answers – “Absolute difference” According to Dr. Dugin, The Fourth Political Theory is  an invitation, not a dogma. It is still by and large, unwritten. But among its foundational ideas  are anti-racism… Continue ->

Tags: 1st Peoples, 4PT, Anti-Fascism, Anti-Racism, Diversity, Dugin, First Peoples, Fourth Political Theory, Indigenous Rights, Multipolarity, Philosophy


Turchinov announces cooperation with Boeing

Published 2019-04-19 13:15:12 by Tom Winter in Eurasia, Headline-News, Ukraine, United-States

We read in Novorosinform: Cooperation with Boeing will significantly strengthen the potential of the Air Force of Ukraine. This was stated by the secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksander Turchinov during a meeting with Boeing’s Stanley Prusinsky, Boeing’s director for defense and space security. This from the press service of the National Security Council. We add a word about the Boeing salesman: Prusinsky went to Boeing after a career as an Air Defense, Military Intelligence, then, a Foreign Area Officer, credited with having “a great impact … on the transformation and modernization of Poland’s Armed… Continue ->

Tags: Boeing, Turchinov, Ukraine, Ukrainian Air Force


NATO ships enter Baltic Sea, but Russia is prepared

Published 2019-04-19 13:10:47 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Nato, Russia

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MOSCOW – A NATO naval group has entered the waters of the Baltic Sea, the National Defense Control Center of Russia said. These are four vessels – the destroyer USS Gravely, who leads the group; the frigates K. Pulaski of the Polish Navy, Gokova of the Turkish Navy, and Juan de Borbón of the Spanish Navy. The Russian military is monitoring the situation, and training maneuvers are undertaken to react quickly to possible emergency situations. In addition, a sheriff’s ship, Bastion and Bal coastal protection missile systems, as well as naval aviation were organized. Since the beginning of the year,… Continue ->

Tags: Aggression, Baltic, Baltic Sea, Containment, Geopolitics, Military, Multipolarity, NATO, Russia, Tensions


Useless Sanctions? German investment in Russia still climbing

Published 2019-04-19 12:50:19 by Tom Winter in Eurasia, Germany, Headline-News

Ostexperte.de More German investments in Russia Despite sanctions, last year German companies invested the second highest sum since the financial crisis of 2008 in the Russian economy. In its final calculation, the Bundesbank has raised German net direct investment in Russia by more than € 1 billion in 2018 to € 3.26 billion. In the preliminary calculations, the Bundesbank assumed that 2.1 billion euros were invested. “In addition to major projects such as Nord Stream 2, German mid-sized companies and family businesses in particular are recognizing the opportunities offered by the large Russian market,” said AHK CEO Matthias Schepp. We… Continue ->

Tags: Austria, Austrian Control Bank, Austrian Investments, German Investments, Germany, Russia


U.S utterly failed, lost control over Venezuela situation

Published 2019-04-19 12:40:45 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Headline-News, Latin-America, United-States, Venezuela

WASHINGTON DC – On Wednesday the US imposed new sanctions against the Central Bank of Venezuela. Meanwhile, political scientist Vladimir Shapovalov said that all the sanctions that the United States could have adopted against Venezuela have already been adopted. Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro said the new sanctions introduced by the US will give new strength to the country. “The sanctions are absolutely immoral, the central bank is not sacred. Let me say that the sanctions give us even more strength,” Maduro said in a statement broadcast on state television. According to the words of the Venezuelan leader, the Central Bank… Continue ->

Tags: Coup, US, Venezuela


GREECE DEFENDS RUSSIA: Says sanctions are inappropriate

Published 2019-04-19 11:24:51 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Greece-Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia

ATHENS – Dimitris Velanis, a counselor to the Prime Minister of Greece, Alexis Tsipras, said in a conversation with Russian journalists on Thursday that he considered the sanctions imposed on Russia as well as the retaliatory measures adopted by Moscow to be inappropriate. According to the official of the Greek government, responsible for Russian and Eastern European issues, this situation has only caused damage to the Greek economy and hampered the development of the country. “We understand that the market disruption was caused by this confrontation, and I personally think it is inappropriate when the policy interferes with the economy… Continue ->

Tags: Greece, Russia, Sanctions


LOOKING LIKE A PRESIDENT: Gabbard says Trump is ‘servant’ of Saudi genocide against Yemen

Published 2019-04-19 09:50:55 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Headline-News, Ksa, Mena, United-States, Yemen

WASHINGTON DC – Candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020, US Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, called President Donald Trump’s decision to veto a bill aimed at ending US support for the Yemen war, nothing more than proof that it serves Saudi Arabia. By vetoing War Powers Act, Trump again proves he’s the servant of Saudi Arabia—the theocratic dictatorship spending billions spreading the most extreme & intolerant form of Islam around the world, supporting al-Qaeda & other jihadists, & waging genocidal war in Yemen w/ US help pic.twitter.com/XsBy3EjhvW — Tulsi Gabbard (@TulsiGabbard) April 17, 2019 “By vetoing War Powers Act, Trump… Continue ->

Tags: Gabbard, KSA, Saudi, Trump, US


VIDEO – Medvedev: Not Liberal when it comes to ungrateful Ukraine – Pushes to Cut-off Oil, Coal and Petroleum

Published 2019-04-19 08:18:18 by Drago Victorien in Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia

By Drago Victorien – Apr 19, 2019  – No more Mr. Nice Guy: The last ”unfriendly step” was taken by the Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers as they expanded its list of prohibited Russian imported goods. During a government meeting, Dmitry Medvedev described it as just that – an unfriendly step that has now been mirrored in its measures . . . but what about effect? The potentially hard-hitting ban on oil, petroleum products and coal exports to Ukraine may be more than just a cause for concern for the election-frenzied country. But that is not all. . . These… Continue ->

Tags: Coal, Economy, Medvedev, Oil, Petroleum, Sanctions


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