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My response to geo-political events as they happen.

“The EU is an administrative dictatorship, it ignores national parliaments.”

“The EU is essentially an administrative dictatorship, it ignores national parliaments. It doesn’t allow them any say if they vote against a treaty they are asked to vote again. If you have an army implementing unpopular EU policy that’s a very negative prospect.” “If you merge national armies into a transnational army then it’s the transnational state that has the power.”

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CNN says Al-Qaeda are ”heroes”

In an interview with Charlie Rose on the 10th of August 2016, CNN’s Middle East “super-correspondent”, Clarissa Ward, said that the Al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group, Japhat Al-Nosra (now known as Japhat Fatah Al-Sham) were the only ” heroes” in the mislabeled Syrian Civil War.

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Turkey’s new role: From NATO lapdog to Emerging Empire

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The recent Turkish coup attempt marks a turning point in NATO’s war on Syria. An emerging empire and portal to the orient, Turkey has always played a key role in NATO’s ‘Drang Nach Osten’- the drive to encircle Russia, destroy its client-states Syria and Ukraine, and serve as a bulwark against other emerging powers such as Iran. But now it seems Turkey may no longer be carrying out its designated role. That the United States was behind the coup attempt there is little doubt, though some prominent analysts such as Thierry Meyssan disagree that the coup was orchestrated by Gülenists. Fethullah …

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Saint-Étienne-du-Rouvray church massacre and the Israeli State

“Was there ever a prophet your ancestors did not persecute? They even killed those who predicted the coming of the Righteous One. And now you have betrayed and murdered him?” St. Stephen. The terrorist attack today on a church in Saint-Étienne-du-Rouvray where a Catholic priest was murdered and several hostages taken and killed, is part of the ‘Islamic State’s (Da’esh) attempt to spread their war on ‘Western civilisation’ from the metropolis to the provincial town. This now generalises the heightened fear experienced by the French public in the wake of the Nice attack. Reports indicate that the attackers have been …

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The Nice Attack: Things we dare not think about

As the state of emergency is extended in France in the wake of the recent Nice terrorist attacks, the French public is beginning to lose faith in the State’s ability to protect them. But will they ever really understand the true function of the imperial State?

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