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Fires in the Amazon Jungle: Could they be arson?

Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has accused NGOs of starting fires in the Amazon rainforest. He says NGOs are trying to discredit his economic development policies in the Amazon which have been opposed for decades by international environmental groups. The mainstream media have completely dismissed the Brazilian president’s accusations, claiming that he has no evidence. Is there any plausibility to the claims? Yes, there is. For decades, powerful NGOs linked to high finance have attempted to internationalise the Amazon rainforest. Those attempts have been opposed by successive Brazilian governments. One of the NGOs pushing for internationalisation is the World Wildlife Fund, …

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Israel’s Secret War in Sudan

(Source: Kehilanews.com) A popular protest movement in the Republic of Sudan ousted President Omar Bashir in April. The mainstream media have portrayed the events in Sudan as a popular uprising against an oppressive dictator. However, closer scrutiny of the country’s complex geopolitical history reveals that globalist forces played a crucial role in changing a regime hostile to US/Israeli strategic interests. In part one of this series, I discuss US/Israeli engagement in Sudan in the context of Zionist policies in Africa, while part two exposes the principal actors involved and techniques deployed in another globalist-baked regime- change operation. The Crisis in …

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The US/Iran Crisis in the Light of the Rising Sun

  We predicted it for a long time: the US would eventually fabricate a massive international crisis to provoke a war with Iran. The entire series of 911 wars and phoney revolutions over the last two decades have been mere preludes to the coming destruction of Iran. Now, Japan finds itself at the centre of an escalating international crisis after the Americans blamed the 13 June attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman on Iran, one owned by Norway and the other by Japan. Norway has been an important mediator in Iran’s negotiations with the West and …

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Sri Lanka’s Church Bombings: Geostrategic Terrorism and Drugs in the Empire of Chaos

Sri Lanka’s Catholics are leading the fight against globalisation. It is in this context that one should view the recent terrorist attacks. The Sri Lanka bombings which killed  290 people and injured hundreds more mark the intensification of the world war on Christianity. On Easter Sunday, 9 blasts rocked the cities of Negombo, Colombo, Kandy, Nuwara Eliya and Batticaloa. 4 Roman Catholic and one Protestant church were targeted, along with 3 hotels. Roman Catholics constitute over 6 % of the Sri Lankan population. Negombo is an extremely devout city. It is often referred to as “Little Rome.” This is the …

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Rabbinic Church Burning and the Parrhesia of Christ: Reflections on Good Friday

[Ludovic Marin/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images]   For the customs of the people are vain: for one cutteth a tree out of the forest, the work of the hands of the workman, with the axe.’ Jeremiah 10:3 In this essay, I want to suggest that Christ is a revolutionary truth-speaker (parrhesiastes) in a fake world run by Pharisees whose speech is hidden and whose minds are veiled from the truth. Christ calls the Apostle Andrew first because he has the virility and valour to speak the truth to power. To confront the New World Order, we must become truth-speakers, baptised with …

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Notre-Dame de Paris Fire and the War on Beauty

[Enguerrand Quarton. Pietà of Villeneuve-lès-Avignon. Oil on wood, 163cm x 219cm. Musée du Louvre]   The burning of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris should be seen as an act of war by the state on the Church. We do not need proof. 200 years of Free Masonic war on the Church in France is enough to justify our suspicion. When false flags were waved a few years ago, everyone was posting memes on social media with “Pray for Paris”. Where are the prayers now? The great Catholic theologian Hans Urs Von Balthasar once said that men who would forget the sense of beauty …

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The US/Israeli War of Terrorism On Iran

( Picture above Hassan Abbasi and Gearóid Ó Colmáin in Tehran, 2017) The recent US designation of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps as a “terrorist” organisation marks a new low in US foreign policy. Now the armed forces of another sovereign state have been declared illegal. Iran has never attacked the United States. On the contrary, since the 1979 revolution, the country has been attacked several times by the United States. In 1980, the US forced Sadaam Husein to invade the country with a proxy army called the Mujahedeen Al Khalq. The Iran/Iraq war lasted for over 8 years. Iranians were …

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Europe’s Valley of the Fallen: Reflections on Franco, Feminism and the End of Man

  International Women’s Day has become more militant in recent years. As European civilisation enters a period of terminal crisis, feminism and gender confusion have become the key components of class dictatorship. We have returned to the chaos of the Fall; except in this episode, Eve kills Adam, blocking out all hope of salvation.   On 8 March, International Women’s Day, I visited the Valle de los Caídos – the Valley of the Fallen, in San Lorenzo de El Escorial, outside Madrid. A gigantic 500 ft Cross stands on the cupola of a basilica carved into the Sierra de Guadarrama …

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Turkey and Venezuela: A New Geopolitical Alliance

source:https://www.mena-watch.com/venezuelas-maduro-in-tuerkei-als-vorbild-gepriesen/ In a tweet on 6 January, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro stated that had made a telephone call to Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who assured him of Turkey’s support for Venezuelan sovereignty. As President Maduro is inaugurated for a second term, does this mark the beginning of a new strategic alliance between the two nations and what would such an alliance mean for Turkey’s relationship with the United States? A strategic alliance between Turkey and Venezuela appears contradictory, given Turkey’s imperial ambitions and belligerent stance against Syria. But, as I have pointed out before, under Erdogan’s leadership Turkey has …

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