The FRN Daily News Brief 2020-11-16


This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 5, articles about Armenia, Azerbaijan, Defense, Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, Anglo-5, Eu, Opinions, Politics, Cia, Conspiracy-Theories, Propaganda, World, Israel, Mena, Sudan, United-States, Bolivia, Latin-America, Syria, Venezuela.

Tags in this brief: Artsakh, Military, Russia, Analysis, Economy, Geopolitics, Liberalism, Nationalism, Conspiracy Theory, Elites, Mainstream Media, Israel, Sudan, USA, American Propaganda, Maduro, Morales, Warmongering.

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WATCH: Russian Electronic Warfare Systems Deployed to Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh)

Published 2020-11-16 22:16:09 by Drago Bosnic in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Defense, Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia

STEPANAKERT – Russian peacekeeping forces in Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) have deployed the advanced RB-341V “Leer-3” electronic warfare system. The system, based on KamAZ-5350 6×6 trucks, was spotted with Russian peacekeepers in Artsakh in a video that was shared by Global News on November 14. Leer-3 was developed by the St Petersburg-based LLC Special Technology Center, a subsidiary of the KRET Concern. The system, which was first presented in 2015, was designed to monitor and attack GSM communications. Each Leer-3 system relies on one or two Orlan-10 drones carrying electronic warfare payloads. The drone can stay in the air for 16 hours… Continue ->

Tags: Artsakh, Military, Russia

Politics and Lies – Tracing the Roots

Published 2020-11-16 21:40:24 by Guest Author in Anglo-5, Eu, Eurasia, Headline-News, Opinions, Politics

By Spasoje Dragić – According to the classical image of politicians, they must be liars by the very requirements of their profession. Most people would agree with this notion, if not regarding the politicians they themselves vote for, at least when it comes to their rivals. Given that such association of politics with lying is certainly something worth exploring, we will take it on ourselves to provide an answer as to why we usually hold such an image of politicians, trying to be as objective as possible (not favoring either right, left or center; nationalists or liberals). Lies are actually fundamental… Continue ->

Tags: Analysis, Economy, Geopolitics, Liberalism, Nationalism

Why Conspiracy Denialists are Wrong

Published 2020-11-16 21:20:03 by Denis Churilov in Anglo-5, Cia, Conspiracy-Theories, Headline-News, Opinions, Politics, Propaganda

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People who question the mainstream narratives are often labelled “conspiracy theorists”. They are accused of having an “anthropogenic” and “anthropocentric” worldview. They are being criticised for, supposedly, believing that everything is caused by humans, or, more specifically, by the people of power. The “mainstream narrative dissidents” are said to have a tendency to personalise many events and processes that are supposedly natural. In some cases, their critics reduce everything to absurd arguments such as “if you believe that the word is run by elitist groups who secretly control everything from the shadows then you clearly haven’t tried to organise a… Continue ->

Tags: Conspiracy Theory, Elites, Mainstream Media

The Balkanization and Hybrid Warfare Against Sudan

Published 2020-11-16 20:55:32 by Guest Author in World, Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Israel, Mena, Opinions, Politics, Russia, Sudan, United-States

By Dr. Bischara Ali EGAL, August 30, 2020 Introduction: In November, 2017, Former Sudanese Pres. Omar Al-Bashir paid a quick and urgent arranged visit to pleading with President Putin “that his country needs protection from the U.S. and could serve as a gateway to Africa for Moscow”. Al-Bashir, speaking at the start of his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, accused the U.S. of fomenting the conflict in Sudan. Al-Bashir added that “we need protection from the U.S. aggressive actions.”1) What really prompted President Al-Bashir was the fact that he realized that there… Continue ->

Tags: Analysis, Geopolitics, Israel, Sudan, USA

An essay on the national war-selling teamwork

Published 2020-11-16 16:48:52 by Tom Winter in Bolivia, Headline-News, Latin-America, Mena, Russia, Syria, Venezuela

I begin with three foreign policy riddles: What’s the difference between Augusto Pinochet and Bashar al Assad?      One — a monster dictator who kills his own people.      The other is an elected president we’re trying to overthrow. What’s the difference between El Marro and Nicolas Maduro?      One — a huge drug trafficker      The other is an elected president we are trying to overthrow. What’s the difference between Evo Morales and Jeffrey Epstein?      One — a human trafficker      The other is an elected president we are trying to overthrow…. Continue ->

Tags: American Propaganda, Maduro, Morales, Warmongering

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