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Does the US still want Syrian regime change?

The U.S. under the former President Obama has always wanted to impose Syrian regime change, insisting that the Syrian people should not be allowed to vote for Bashar al-Assad in any elections for Syria’s presidency. Obama’s position on Syria is incredibly hypocritical and puzzling. Russia, Iran and Turkey – countries involved in recent peace talks … Continue reading

Beware UKIP Zionists

The rise of UKIP should be of serious concern to real Nationalists. UKIP are riding high in the polls, capitalising on the disillusionment and cynicism that many feel towards the LibLabCon. Disenchantment with the corrupt, extravagant and unaccountable EU continues to grow and UKIP is targeting local (county council) elections this year, hoping to win … Continue reading

A Journey Through The Political Maze

A Review of Welf Herfuth’s A Life in the Political Wilderness By Keith Preston A NEW title issued by the Portuguese publishing firm Finis Mundi Press (1), Welf Herfurth’s, A Life in the Political Wilderness, is unquestionably one of the most interesting politically oriented books I have encountered in quite some time. It is the … Continue reading

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