The FRN Daily News Brief 2019-11-19

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This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 12, articles about Headline-News, Entertainment, Eurasia, Russia, Greece-Eurasia, Pakistan, Turkey, Moldova, Anglo-5, Egypt, Mena, United-States, Eu, Finance, France-Eurasia, Politics, Iran, Crime, Nato, United-Kingdom, Japan, South-Korea, China, Color-Revolution, Bolivia, Latin-America.

Tags in this brief: Aesthetics, Bernard Lewis, BRICS, Deep State, Geopolitics, Malthus, Population Reduction, Renaissance, Samuel Huntington, Truth, Universality, Chechnya, Russia, Greece, Pakistan, Turkey, Moldova, Egypt, US, Drone, France, Yellow Vests, Iran, Afghanistan, Iraq, UK Imperialism, War Crimes, Japan, South Korea, Trade War, China, Color Revolution, Hong Kong Protests, Imperialism, UK, USA, Bolivia, US Imperialism.

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BRICS Summit Provides a Clear Alternative to Intellectual Mush of Cultural Relativism

Published 2019-11-19 23:03:06 by Matthew Ehret in Headline-News

It has become far too popular among North Americans to look cynically upon the developments occurring in Eurasia and Africa today under the guidance of China’s One Belt One Road Initiative as simply another form of imperialism which is preparing to replace the Anglo-American imperial order that has controlled the world since the collapse of the Soviet Union. China’s lifting of 850 million people out of poverty and emitting conditionality-free long term loans for large scale infrastructure projects abroad are brushed off by lazy minded western critiques as “economic and cultural imperialism”. This week’s 11th Annual BRICS Summit saw leading representatives of the… Continue ->

Tags: Aesthetics, Bernard Lewis, BRICS, Deep State, Geopolitics, Malthus, Population Reduction, Renaissance, Samuel Huntington, Truth, Universality


EXCLUSIVE REPORT: In the hills of Chechnya – PART II

Published 2019-11-19 17:24:46 by Drago Bosnic in Entertainment, Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia

By Vladimir Gujanicic – Knowing the devastation of Grozny from just ten years ago, the city itself made quite of an impression. The next day, our Chechen hosts took us around a rural part of the country, far out of the city. Progress and new buildings are also visible in the suburbs and villages we passed through. Most of the road we passed was asphalted, and the new gas network could be seen around the houses. The houses are mostly of recent construction but there are also a few older ones. Characteristic are the high walls that hide the yard… Continue ->

Tags: Chechnya, Russia


Pakistan continues to violate Greek sovereignty alongside Turkish military

Published 2019-11-19 15:30:09 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Greece-Eurasia, Headline-News, Pakistan, Turkey

There was a reason that a Pakistani AFNS P-3 infringed Greek airspace a week ago -it appears a new military alliance with Pakistan and Turkey is being created with Turkish media saying that “Pakistani warships will patrol the Eastern Mediterranean.” According to Yeni Safak, Pakistan will be “part of the” shield “Turkey has created in the southeastern Mediterranean.” “With Pakistan’s involvement, the business has gained an international dimension,” the report said. Pakistan participated in the exercise of the Turkish Doğu Akdeniz-2019 with the Alamgir frigate and the P-3 aircraft. As reported by Yeni Safak, they will continue to patrol the… Continue ->

Tags: Greece, Pakistan, Turkey


Moldova seeks to increase the level of mutual trust in relations with Russia

Published 2019-11-19 14:40:29 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Moldova, Russia

CHISINAU – Moldova is interested in increasing the level of mutual trust in relations with Russia, said the country’s new prime minister, Ion Chicu, by meeting with the Russian ambassador to Chisinau, Oleg Vasnetsov. “It is important for us to re-establish cooperation with the Russian Federation and increase the level of mutual trust,” said Chicu, quoted by the press service of the Moldovan government. The prime minister also stressed the need to develop bilateral relations in the political and socio-economic spheres for the benefit of the citizens of both countries. “The Prime Minister and the Russian ambassador discussed a number… Continue ->

Tags: Moldova, Russia


Washington threatens Egypt with Sanctions over Russian Su-35 fighter jet purchase

Published 2019-11-19 13:30:56 by Guest Author in Anglo-5, Egypt, Eurasia, Headline-News, Mena, Russia, United-States

Washington’s latest attempt to dissuade an ally from making arms deals with Russia came in the form of a letter sent on last Wednesday to Egyptian officials warning them that they could face sanctions if they continued with their $2 billion dollar Su-35 fighter jets contract. In addition to sanctions, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Defense Mark Esper warned Egyptian Defense Minister Mohamed Ahmed Zaki that “Major new arms deals with Russia would — at a minimum — complicate future U.S. defense transactions with and security assistance to Egypt,” in Wednesday’s letter. The United States sends Egypt… Continue ->

Tags: Egypt, Russia, US


Russia offers innovative antidrone system to Arab countries

Published 2019-11-19 12:30:32 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia

MOSCOW – Russia introduces new drone-fighting system called Repellent, based on electronic weapons and capable of neutralizing drone “swarms” at distances up to 30 kilometers. Russia has electronic weapons capable of combating isolated unmanned aerial vehicles or drone swarms . The systems were proposed to Arab and African countries during the Dubai Airshow 2019 fair. Russian company Rosoboronexport has proposed to Middle Eastern and North African countries to purchase its high-quality electronic weapon-based drone combat system. The company’s CEO, Aleksandr Mikheev, spoke with journalists during the Dubai Airshow 2019 fair, which will be held in the UAE capital on November… Continue ->

Tags: Drone, Russia


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Demonstrations Back in Paris as Protesters Mark a Full Year of Yellow Vest Movement (VIDEO)

Published 2019-11-19 12:00:28 by Drago Bosnic in Eu, Eurasia, Finance, France-Eurasia, Headline-News, Politics

PARIS – More than 260 people were detained following Yellow Vest protests across France on Saturday, French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner said on Sunday, adding that in Paris alone police apprehended more than 170 people. “Yesterday, 264 people were detained, including 173 in Paris [following the rallies],” Castaner told Europe 1 radio station. The Yellow Vest movement marked its first anniversary this weekend with mass rallies across the country. The demonstration in the City of Lights turned violent, with protesters clashing with police and the latter resorting to tear gas and water cannon. France, especially its capital, Paris, has been… Continue ->

Tags: France, Yellow Vests


Russia will provide electronic intelligence systems to Iran

Published 2019-11-19 11:30:26 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Iran, Mena, Russia

MOSCOW – Russia will provide defensive armaments to Tehran as an electronic intelligence complex, Russian military technical cooperation representative Dmitry Shugaev said. Leading government and corporate officials from the aviation and military cooperation sectors are gathered at Dubai Aeroshow 2019, held in the capital of the United Arab Emirates from November 17-22. Russian Federal Service Director for Technical-Military Cooperation, Dmitry Shugaev, said on Monday that Russia will stick to Iran’s arms supply agreements that are in accordance with UN standards: “We will continue to enforce contracts that do not contradict UN sanctions, such as the provision of testing and repair… Continue ->

Tags: Iran, Russia


MAJOR: Report Reveals UK Government Covering Up War Crimes in Iraq, Afghanistan

Published 2019-11-19 11:00:05 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Crime, Headline-News, Nato, United-Kingdom

LONDON – An investigation by the BBC’s Panorama program and the Sunday Times revealed that the government and the armed forces of the UK were involved in covering up torture and the illegal killing of civilians by UK troops in Afghanistan and Iraq. The probe quoted at least 11 British detectives as saying that they found “credible evidence” of war crimes, with insiders insisting that the UK soldiers should have been prosecuted for the killings. The detectives were part of the Iraq Historic Allegations Team (IHAT) and Operation Northmoor, which investigated war crimes committed by UK forces in Iraq and… Continue ->

Tags: Afghanistan, Iraq, UK Imperialism, War Crimes


MAJOR: Tokyo, Seoul Dissolve Intelligence Sharing Deal Week Before Expiry

Published 2019-11-19 10:00:36 by Drago Bosnic in Eurasia, Finance, Headline-News, Japan, Politics, South-Korea

TOKYO/SEOUL – The defense ministers of Japan and South Korea failed to agree to extend the bilateral intelligence-sharing pact on Sunday at their first meeting since October 2018, but reaffirmed their commitment to cooperation with the US on Pyongyang’s missile and nuclear program, the Kyodo news agency reported. The talks were held on the margins of a regional security meeting in Bangkok. At the start of the talks, Japanese Defence Minister Taro Kono urged Seoul to revise the decision to exit the pact, which is due to expire in a week, Japan’s media outlet specified. His South Korean counterpart, Jeong… Continue ->

Tags: Geopolitics, Japan, South Korea, Trade War


Police, Protesters Clash at University in Hong Kong

Published 2019-11-19 09:00:45 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, China, Color-Revolution, Crime, Eurasia, Headline-News, Politics, United-Kingdom, United-States

Hong Kong, China – Clashes broke out in Hong Kong between police forces and protesters at the Polytechnic University (PolyU) in the north of the semi-autonomous Chinese city. On Sunday, police fired tear gas to disperse PolyU students lighting fires on the campus and blocking the nearby entrance to the crucial Cross Harbour Tunnel. The entrance connects the northern Kowloon district to the other parts of Hong Kong. The protesters threw Molotov cocktails at the security forces, Asia News reported. The PolyU has become a flashpoint in the city, rocked by a week of intensified violence and chaos. A message… Continue ->

Tags: China, Color Revolution, Hong Kong Protests, Imperialism, UK, USA


MAJOR: Dozens Killed in Bolivia Since Political Crisis Began

Published 2019-11-19 08:00:39 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Bolivia, Crime, Headline-News, Latin-America, Politics, United-States

LA PAZ – At least a few dozen people have been killed, while more than 700 more have been injured in clashes since the beginning of the foreign-instigated political crisis in Bolivia, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights informed on Saturday. “In total, 23 people have been killed since the beginning of the political crisis, 715 have been injured,” the commission informed on Twitter, according to TASS. A presidential election was held in Bolivia on October 20. The country’s Supreme Electoral Court declared that incumbent President Evo Morales had won the vote. His main rival, former President Carlos Mesa, stated… Continue ->

Tags: Bolivia, Color Revolution, Geopolitics, US Imperialism


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