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WADA’s Being Weaponized To Destroy Russians’ Dignity

Andrew Korybko is a geopolitical analyst and operates One World. Most of the world remembers the controversy in recent years about Russian athletes allegedly failing to comply with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) policies, but that scandal still continues to this day after the international organization recently threatened that country’s sportspeople with being banned from […]


Fifth Anniversary of the Battle for Lugansk (DOCUMENTARY)

DONBASS – The year 2014 was a turning point for millions of residents of Donbass. It was also special for the hundreds of thousands of Lugansk residents to whom the war had come. The city with a difficult history was taken aback by the horror of fierce battles, siege, famine, lack of light and water. […]

HSBC Never Left the Dope Trade nor the Crown

Though HSBC claims to have its base in Hong Kong and Shanghai, it always has up until this date had its headquarters in London, England as a banking institution. Not only this, but despite their attempts to claim that their banking practices have long since moved away from opium trade to healthier prospects, as earlier listed in this paper, HSBC clearly deals presently with not only drug money laundering but is also tied to money laundering for the use of terrorist activity.

Flores: How to create war like Syria – Herland Report TV

“Truth is the first casualty of war, the narratives become polarized,” says Joaquin Flores, editor-in-chief of Fort Russ News and director for Center for Syncretic Studies in Belgrade. “I am not saying the truth is somewhere in the middle, because that just simply creates the incentive for both sides to exaggerate further, to push the […]

Flores UNRAVELS Sudan Intrigues – MidEaStream

A new Sudan agreement ushers in a new governing council, including both civilians and generals, to pave the way towards elections and civilian rule and the establishment of an independent investigation into the crackdown on protesters by the security forces. Flores engages with Marwa Osman and explains on Mid East Stream how and why its […]

Putin’s Grand Strategy: A Brief History of Russia’s Restoration

By Arthur Evans – Today, Vladimir Putin is regarded by many, even by his opponents, to be one of the grandmasters in global politics. Most recently, he reaffirmed his status as a historic figure as he paid final tribute to Jacques Chirac, a person whom some in Europe call France’s last true president and who […]

Ukrainegate: The Return of Impressive Tradecraft

By Steve Brown – According to Glenn Kessler’s September 27th Washington Post article, ‘A quick guide to Trump’s false claims about Ukraine and the Bidens’, “Biden was among the many Western officials who pressed for the removal of Shokin because he actually was not investigating the corruption endemic to the country..”     That is, Ukraine […]

War on Identity – the abuse of Kosovo toponym

By Grey Carter – Every now and then we are being bombed by some terms in order to get used to them and accept them as something regular, accurate and correct. Such a thing happened with the toponym of Kosovo. The same method was applied in Bosnia and Hercegovina, i.e with the toponym of Bosnia, […]