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Myanmar defies the “International Community”

Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s de facto leader, has rejected UN calls for an investigation into the plight of the so-called Rohingya ethnic minority in the country. Violence irrupted in the Arakan province in October 2016 when Jihadi terrorists attacked a police checkpoint along the Bangladeshi border, killing nine policemen. Read More »

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March, 2016

  • 31 March

    The French Malaise: ‘National security’, but for which nation?

    Since the Belgian attacks on March 22nd, there has been much talk of Europe’s need to increase security and modernise methods of mass surveillance and control in all public transport, particularly airports and underground trains. One country in the world has received a considerable degree of publicity in this regard: Israel.

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  • 15 March

    President Vladimir Putin: An Enigma

    Coercive Engineered Migration: Zionism’s War on Europe (Part 10 of an 11 Part Series) Winston Churchill once described the Soviet Union as a ‘puzzle wrapped inside an enigma’. The same could be said for Russian President Vladimir Putin today. From the intricate and sometimes unpredictable diplomatic maneuvers of his foreign policy to his contradictory and sometimes ambiguous pronouncements on the legacy of the USSR, enigmatic is perhaps one of the most apposite words to describe him.

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January, 2016

  • 21 January

    Barnett’s Five Flows of Globalisation

    Coercive Engineered Migration: Zionism’s War on Europe (Part 3 of an 11 part series) As German independent TV station, K-TV has revealed, the current refugee crisis is most likely the brainchild of the aforementioned US military grand strategist General Thomas PM Barnett. Barnett was a strategic advisor to former US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and currently works with the Israeli military consultancy firm Wikistrat.

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  • 20 January

    The Weaponisation of the Refugee

    Coercive Engineered Migration: The Weaponisation of the Refugee (Part 2 of an 11 part series) Artificial mass migration as imperial policy has a long history. To illustrate this, we will cite a few historical examples.

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