This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 10, articles about Anglo-5, Defense, Eu, Eurasia, Finance, Headline-News, Japan, Nato, North-Korea, Politics, South-Korea, United-States, Russia, Sweden, Cyprus, Greece-Eurasia, Pakistan, Opinions, Crime, Bolivia, Latin-America.
Tags in this brief: Economy, Geopolitics, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, US Imperialism, Russia, US, Eu, Nationalism, Neoliberalism, Sweden, USA, Cyprus, Greece, Pakistan, Cold War, International Relations, Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Sanders, Bill Clinton, Jeffrey Epstein, Pedophilia, Bolivia, Evo Morales, Morales, NASA.
Let us know in the comments if there is anything you miss coverage on!
Table of Contents
- OFFICIAL: United States Is Running A Global Extortion Racket
- Why does the US start buying more and more diesel from Russia?
- Predictions about the Future – Liberalism and Nationalism
- MAJOR: Pakistan violates Greek and Cypriot airspace AGAIN!
- Did the United States Win the Cold War?
- Wither Democrats; Enter Hillary
- EPSTEIN IS ALIVE PART 2 – NO DNA TEST!
- Will Evo Morales have a chance to return to Bolivia?
- MAJOR: US border agent opens fire on Russian citizen
- US paid nearly $4 billion to Russia for astronaut transport
Published 2019-11-16 21:06:17 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Defense, Eu, Eurasia, Finance, Headline-News, Japan, Nato, North-Korea, Politics, South-Korea, United-States
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The US demands Tokyo to quadruple its annual payments for American forces stationed in Japan, as part of Washington’s push for allies to increase their defense spending. In addition, US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper said South Korea “is a wealthy country” and should pay more for the cost of stationing some 28,500 US troops in the East Asian nation. Japan Citing unnamed current and former US officials, Foreign Policy reported on Saturday that Washington wants Tokyo to increase annual payments for the 54,000 US troops in Japan to around $8 billion from about $2 billion. The… Continue ->
Tags: Economy, Geopolitics, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, US Imperialism
Published 2019-11-16 17:30:44 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, United-States
MOSCOW – In recent months, diesel has become one of the most exported raw materials by Russia to the US. Discover the conditions that contributed to this byproduct obtained in Russian oil refineries becoming so vital for the North American country. Diesel imports from Russia and the former Soviet republics to the US increased until reaching a multi-year maximum of 1.35 million tons in October. The North American country is expected to continue importing similar volumes in November, as evidenced by data from the analytical company Vortexa published by The New York Times. This increase in imports helped offset the… Continue ->
Tags: Russia, US
Published 2019-11-16 16:45:05 by Guest Author in Anglo-5, Eu, Eurasia, Headline-News, Politics, Sweden, United-States
Alexekin Rockowia – Just like people change during a life-time, from puberty, through young adulthood, until the identity is formed at the age of twenty-five, so does, in particular, political ideologies. This is a ‘natural’ process, as we can see, for instance, in the rise of liberation movements after the Great War, when the imperialists adapted to the current circumstances and became the neo-liberals. The same is also true for people who call themselves nationalists; they have changed thanks to scientific advancement which has proven the falsehood of eugenics – so that instead of dealing with genetics (even physical attributes)… Continue ->
Tags: Eu, Nationalism, Neoliberalism, Sweden, USA
Published 2019-11-16 16:30:55 by Paul Antonopoulos in Cyprus, Eurasia, Greece-Eurasia, Headline-News, Pakistan
KASTELORIZO – The Pakistani naval surveillance aircraft that had violated on Tuesday (12/11) the Athens Flight Information Region (FIR) returned yesterday to the Greek island of Kastelorizo, despite intense protests from Athens. Despite the fact that the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a protest rally and even in a very strict style to the Pakistani chief for two consecutive days since the P-3C Orion aircraft violated Greek airspace on Tuesday, the Pakistani Navy again violated FIR calculates Greece. Specifically, it flew east of Kastelorizo, then south and then turned east in violation of the Nicosia (Cyprus) FIR. After staying… Continue ->
Tags: Cyprus, Greece, Pakistan
Published 2019-11-16 16:10:52 by Guest Author in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Finance, Headline-News, Nato, Politics, Russia, United-States
By Steve Brown – According to popular consensus, by 1991 the USSR lost the Cold War. However, it may be that the USSR’s ‘loss’ and subsequent emergence of the Russian Federation put Russia ahead of the game. If the United States had truly won the Cold War, NATO would be history, and the US would have turned its swords to plowshares. Having won the Cold War, the US would have embarked on a new road to world peace and prosperity by supporting economies around the world in a new vision for a truly new (and peaceful) world order. Shining… Continue ->
Tags: Cold War, Geopolitics, International Relations, Russia, USA
Published 2019-11-16 15:30:11 by Guest Author in Anglo-5, Headline-News, Opinions, United-States
For a generation, American political reformers have been obsessed with the idea of ‘money in politics.’ According to reformers, political organizations that bundle money and donate it to campaigns are corrupting politicians. So, the theories go, campaign finance reform would ‘get the money’ out of politics so politicians wouldn’t be bound to special interest groups and be free to vote their conscience. In this case, politicians voting their conscience coincides with the wish list of campaign finance reformers who are almost universally on the political left. For all the talk of campaign finance reform, perhaps the biggest flaw in American… Continue ->
Tags: Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Sanders
Published 2019-11-16 14:45:37 by Russell Bentley in Anglo-5, Crime, Headline-News, United-States
Well, LOL. Now Dr. Michael Baden has admitted there was NO DNA TEST done at the autopsy of the alleged body of Epstein that was brought to the NYC Medical Examiner’s office, where Baden oversaw the autopsy. No fingerprints taken, no dental records, no photo of the dead body’s face. No DNA test. The ONLY ID of the body was Mark Epstein saying it was his brother, Jeffery. Oddly enough, for some reason, not one single MSM reporter or commentator had asked this MOST IMPORTANT QUESTION IN THE CASE, for almost 3 months, until Jason Goodman, an independent journalist put Baden on the spot… Continue ->
Tags: Bill Clinton, Jeffrey Epstein, Pedophilia, USA
Published 2019-11-16 14:30:02 by Paul Antonopoulos in Bolivia, Headline-News, Latin-America
LA PAZ – Former Bolivian President Evo Morales spoke about the conditions for his return to the country. The director general of the Hugo Chavez Latin American Cultural Center, Egor Lidovskoi, assessed the situation the former Bolivian president is going through. Evo Morales has promised to return to the country if parliament does not approve his resignation sent last Sunday, writes the newspaper El Universal. “My resignation letter is in the [Legislative] Assembly, if the Assembly does not accept it, I will return. Now I feel that I am able to pacify Bolivia,” Morales said in an interview with the… Continue ->
Tags: Bolivia, Evo Morales, Morales
Published 2019-11-16 13:30:13 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia
PHOENIX – A US Border Patrol agent shot a Russian citizen in the state of Arizona as he was allegedly trying to cross the border. “On Thursday, November 14, 2019, a Tucson Sector Border Patrol agent discharged his service-issued firearm in an incident near Lukeville, Arizona,” the Customs and Security Protection statement said from the US borders this Friday. “The subject, a citizen of Russia, was transported via helicopter to a Phoenix area hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. The subject remains in the hospital at this time. The responding Border Patrol agent was not seriously injured in the… Continue ->
Tags: Russia, US
Published 2019-11-16 12:24:45 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, United-States
NASA has paid about $4 billion to Russia for the transportation of round-trip astronauts from the International Space Station (ISS). According to a report issued by Inspector General Paul Martin’s office, during the last 20 years, 85 flights have been carried, carrying 239 astronauts to the ISS on NASA space shuttles or Russian Soyuz spacecraft. However, since the space shuttle program was completed in 2011, the Soyuz spacecraft have been serving as the only means of transport for round-trip astronauts from the International Space Station. Until July 2019, NASA bought 70 seats on Russian spacecraft for $3.9 billion to carry… Continue ->
Tags: NASA, Russia, US
Thank you for following our news coverage!
/ The Fort Russ News Team