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Why The European Union Is Building Its Own Army

On November 13, 2017, 23 out of 28 European Union (EU) states signed a declaration to create what is expected to form the nucleus of a joint European army. The five countries that won’t be taking take part are Great Britain, Denmark, Ireland, Malta, and Portugal, though Ireland previously expressed some interest in joining. The defense Read More…

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Anti-Russia Sanctions Will Destroy US Petrodollar & The Economy—Get Ready For $10 Gas

Tuesday morning, Pence announced Trump is going to sign the Russian sanctions bill. This will guarantee the end of the US petrodollar. (TFTP) The United States is on the precipice of pushing the Sino-Russo alliance closer than ever with the Senate’s almost unanimous approval of the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act. If President Trump signs the Read More…

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CNN Caught Faking News Again: Now It’s The UAE, Not Russia, Who “Hacked” Qatar

Just over a month ago, we expressed amazement at just how sophisticated, efficient and pervasive the ‘Russian hacking’ community had become after CNN reported – citing unnamed government officials of course – that they had managed to hack into a Qatari News Agency and post a ‘fake’ news story all in an attempt to drive a Read More…

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Massive Int’l Network of 87,000 Pedophiles Dismantled — American Mass Media Silent

Berlin — The largely unrecognized global pandemic of child pornography has once again been thrust into the glare of the public spotlight after a massive child porn network with over 87,000 members was dismantled by German police. A web platform called “Elysium” was utilized by the pedophile network, which existed since the end of 2016 Read More…

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Germany Passes “Orwellian” Anti-Free-Speech “Facebook Law”

The writing has been on the wall for months, but German lawmakers have now passed a controversial law under which Facebook, Twitter, and other social media companies could face fines of up to €50 million ($57 million) for failing to remove hate speech. As AP reports, the measure approved is designed to enforce the country’s existing limits Read More…