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Skripal, Russia and the warmongers: another ‘dodgy dossier’?

The Tories, the press and Labour right are all pushing an Anti-Russian agenda following the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury on 4 March. This is despite the lack of any clear motive or firm evidence. All those pushing the agenda have their own motives for trying to pin the blame … Continue reading

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

Review: Putin Vs Putin

Review: Putin Vs Putin: Vladimir Putin Viewed From The Right Author: Alexander Dugin Paperback: 318 pages Publisher: Arktos Media Ltd (30 Sept. 2014) Language: English ISBN-10: 1910524115 ISBN-13: 978-1910524114 The author, Alexander Dugin, is a prominent figure in the “Eurasian” movement in the Russian Federation. His fundamental belief is that the interests of Russian foreign … Continue reading

Isis death cult driven from historic Palmyra

  The Syrian Army together with the Desert Falcons and Russian air-power has driven Islamic State (Isis) occupation troops from Palmyra. It’s the biggest defeat on the death cult since the terrorists were removed from the Kurdish town of Kobane. Palmyra’s liberation, at the culmination of a three-week advance, was spearheaded by the Syrian army … Continue reading

A clear military victory is likely in Syria

It’s a bitter pill for our establishment to swallow but there is now the real prospect that the Syrian government of President Assad will gain a clear military victory. Russian air power is “allowing Assad forces to advance against previously formidable foes,” said Jennifer Cafarella, Syria analyst at the Washington-based Institute for Study of War. … Continue reading

Russia claims it can prove Erdogan’s Isis Oil Link

Russia claimed Wednesday to have proof that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s (pictured) family profits from the illegal oil trade with Islamic State (Isis). The Defence Ministry presented a large file of evidence to dozens of foreign military attaches and hundreds of journalists at a conference in Moscow. Officials produced aerial and satellite photographs showing … Continue reading

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