The FRN Daily News Brief 2019-09-17

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This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 11, articles about Czech-Republic, Eu, Eurasia, Headline-News, Politics, Russia, Anglo-5, Defense, Ksa, Mena, United-States, Yemen, Finance, Iran, Isis, Syria, Turkey, Latin-America, Brazil, Opinions, Propaganda, Albania, Greece-Eurasia, India, Pakistan, Israel, Crime, Nato, Sweden.

Tags in this brief: Czech Republic, Historical Revisionism, Prague, Economy, Geopolitics, International Relations, Iran, Military, Saudi Arabia, USA, Oil Prices, Russia, Syria, Turkey, War, Ebola, Paraguay, Control, History, Junger, Labor Relations, Leiroz, New Resistance, Society, Sociology, Albania, Greece, Northern Epirus, India, Kashmir, Pakistan, Erdogan, Israel, Putin, Rouhani, Liberalism Is A Mental Disorder, Sweden.

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Table of Contents

ONE-MAN ARMY: Czech Chains Himself to the Soviet War Memorial, Prevents Blatant Historical Revisionism (VIDEO)

Published 2019-09-17 23:47:25 by Drago Bosnic in Czech-Republic, Eu, Eurasia, Headline-News, Politics, Russia

PRAGUE – In the capital of the Czech Republic, one of the activists advocating for the preservation of the monument to Marshal Ivan Konev chained himself with a metal chain to the pedestal. He stated that he’s against the historical revisionism and the blatant rewriting of the history of World War Two and that the Czechs should respect those who liberated them from the brutal Nazi occupation. He added that he’s against the transfer of the monument to the Soviet commander because he learned about World War Two from his grandfather, who fought in the war. The police haven’t taken… Continue ->

Tags: Czech Republic, Historical Revisionism, Prague

Uncle Sam’s Missiles Fail Saudi Arabia, Patriot System Not Designed To Tackle Drones (VIDEO)

Published 2019-09-17 21:29:36 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Defense, Headline-News, Ksa, Mena, Politics, United-States, Yemen

WASHINGTON/RIYADH – The “sole” superpower’s entire global strategy has just been sent to the dustbin of history. And it was done in the most trivial way possible. Relatively simple ultra-low-speed drones soundly defeated America’s premier air defense system. Billions of dollars Saudi Arabia spent on US air defense systems have been turned into a heap of worthless scrap metal. And it was done by people who have been bombed and starved to death in the last half a decade. Saudi Arabia, with its $82.9 billion military budget, surpassed only by that of US and China, and ahead of such giants… Continue ->

Tags: Economy, Geopolitics, International Relations, Iran, Military, Saudi Arabia, USA

Americans Furious Over Their Own Failures As Oil Price Hits Spikes Not Seen in 30 Years (VIDEO)

Published 2019-09-17 20:49:27 by Drago Bosnic in Anglo-5, Finance, Headline-News, Ksa, Mena, Politics, United-States, Yemen

WASHINGTON/RIYADH – Stock markets that opened just a day after the Houthi retaliatory drone attack on Saudi Arabia, which happened on September 14, reacted and the results made the United States quite angry. The oil prices made the sharpest single-day surge in the last three decades. Yemen’s Houthi rebels claimed responsibility for the attack. Iraq rushed to state its non-involvement, and the US (as usual) blamed Iran for everything and even promised to open its oil reserves in order to keep the oil prices down. This is done in order to stop high oil prices which would be of great… Continue ->

Tags: Economy, Geopolitics, Oil Prices, Saudi Arabia, USA

Putin Calls For Idlib To be Retaken From Al-Qaeda (VIDEO)

Published 2019-09-17 20:28:18 by Drago Bosnic in Defense, Eurasia, Finance, Headline-News, Iran, Isis, Mena, Politics, Russia, Syria, Turkey

ANKARA – A trilateral summit involving Russia, Iran, and Turkey was held in Ankara earlier today. The efforts of Russia, Turkey, and Iran helped stabilize the situation in Syria, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated during the summit. He reiterated Russia’s and his personal support for Syria and its legitimate government and called on the world to help rebuild Syria, which has suffered 8 years of incessant, bloody, foreign-instigated war, which ruined Syria’s economy and caused hundreds of thousands of both civilian and military deaths. Russian President praised the constructive role of his counterparts in finally resolving the war in Syria…. Continue ->

Tags: Economy, Geopolitics, International Relations, Iran, Russia, Syria, Turkey, War

Russia and 7 other countries begin large-scale maneuvers Center-2019

Published 2019-09-17 18:30:56 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia

MOSCOW – Russia is working on an improved version of the Ebola virus vaccine, Russian Deputy Minister of Health Sergey Kraevoi said. “The work comes to an end, that is to say, the registration procedures for the improved vaccine, the lyophilized vaccine that is diluted before being administered and that can be kept at a temperature of four to six degrees Celsius in a refrigerator is already beginning,” said Kraevoi. The vice minister said that thanks to these storage conditions the vaccine has become more affordable, while its previous version, the registered one, should be kept at a temperature of… Continue ->

Tags: Ebola, Russia

Paraguay seeks to improve air connectivity with Russia

Published 2019-09-17 17:30:20 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Latin-America, Russia

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MOSCOW – Paraguay is interested in improving its air connectivity with Russia to increase tourism flow, Tourism Minister of the South American country, Sofía Montiel de Afara, said. “We are working very hard to improve connectivity. We need to strengthen alliances that are strategic and that allow any activity related to connectivity to be sustainable with the promotion so that we can take passengers to Paraguay as well as interest for Paraguayans to reach Russia,” Montiel said. The minister recalled that for now Paraguay does not have a direct connection with Russia but it does, through the airline “Air Europa,… Continue ->

Tags: Paraguay, Russia


Published 2019-09-17 16:58:43 by Guest Author in Brazil, Headline-News, Latin-America, Opinions, Propaganda

By Lucas Leiroz – Research Fellow in International Law at the Federal University of Rio da Janeiro (UFRJ), member of New Resistance – Brazil               “Hybrid warfare” is a shallow term, encompassing a small part of contemporary war theory. In the past many authors expected technology would free man from work and world problems in general. But history has proved that this theory was completely wrong. The truth is that technology has brought the brutalization of labor and war, not its abolition and the liberation of man, as predicted by the socialists. The stage of technical progress that had… Continue ->

Tags: Control, Geopolitics, History, Junger, Labor Relations, Leiroz, New Resistance, Society, Sociology, War

Greek PM demands Albania stop discrimination against ethnic Greek minority

Published 2019-09-17 16:30:50 by Paul Antonopoulos in Albania, Eurasia, Greece-Eurasia

During a recent press conference the Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis clearly answered a question (in three parts) on the course of the Greek-Albanians relations. Mitsotakis described it as a huge issue and sent a clear message to the neighboring country. He said, “Greece will not consent to start accession negotiations with Albania unless I see practical measures to remove discrimination against the ethnic Greek minority in the country.” In fact, he stressed that he had raised this issue in his contacts with European leaders, such as French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, among many others. This… Continue ->

Tags: Albania, Greece, Northern Epirus

As Pakistan captures 2 Indian spies, New Delhi says ready to take Kashmir by force

Published 2019-09-17 15:30:47 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, India, Pakistan

ISLAMBAD – The Pakistani government claimed to have captured two Indian spies who were involved in terrorist activities in Balochistan province on Monday. The names of the two alleged Indian spies were Swami Asemanand and Goband Part and infiltrated Balochistan from Iran. The two alleged spies were involved in criminal activities in Baluchistan’s Mastung district before fleeing to Afghanistan, according to the Pakistani government. Pakistan has shared information from alleged Indian spies with the governments of Iran and Afghanistan. The news of the arrests comes more than three years after Kulbhushan Jadhav was arrested, claimed by India as a former… Continue ->

Tags: India, Kashmir, Pakistan

Russia, Turkey and Iran accuse Israel of destabilizing region with attacks

Published 2019-09-17 14:30:35 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, Headline-News, Iran, Israel, Mena, Russia, Turkey

ANKARA – Russia, Turkey and Iran issued a joint statement today condemning Israel’s recent attacks on targets in Syria, and blaming Tel Aviv for increasing instability in the Middle East. “Presidents consider Israeli military attacks on Syria to be destabilizing, violating the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and leading to increased tensions in the region,” said the Russian-language version of the document, published on the Kremlin website after a meeting of the leaders of the three countries on Monday in Ankara. #Анкара: Заявление для прессы по итогам трёхстороннего саммита— Президент России (@KremlinRussia) September 16, 2019 Israel has been… Continue ->

Tags: Erdogan, Iran, Israel, Putin, Rouhani, Russia, Turkey

The ‘Lovely’ Face of Liberalism: ‘We Should Be Open To Cannibalism If It Means Fighting Conservatism and Climate Change’ (VIDEO)

Published 2019-09-17 13:00:23 by Drago Bosnic in Crime, Eu, Eurasia, Headline-News, Nato, Sweden

STOCKHOLM – It’s always pleasant to observe the ever-changing modern thought. Life constantly evolves, gets better, adapts… It’s a natural process. Still, modern liberalism, which often tries portraying itself as the future, is different or even a direct opposite to the natural. The liberal movement, the one that Putin rightfully called obsolete, isn’t losing its position and is going “onward and upward”. One of these days, an important addition from Sweden was made to the bank of the “ingenious” liberal thought. A Swedish liberal (I guess “Swedish” liberal has become a pleonasm), Magnus Soderlund, a professor of the Stockholm School… Continue ->

Tags: Liberalism Is A Mental Disorder, Sweden

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