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The Germans Are Back!

By CJ Hopkins – Originally at OffGuardian– Published Nov 23, 2020 FRN Break out the Wagner, folks…the Germans are back! No, not the warm, fuzzy, pussified, peace-loving, post-war Germans … the Germans! You know the ones I mean. The “I didn’t know where the trains were going” Germans. The “I was just following orders” Germans. The other Germans. Yeah…those Germans. In […]

How to do Business at Protests, ‘Newbie’ or Self-Promotion?

By Arthur Evans – Until recently, Russia’s non-systemic oppositionist Navalny was comfortable with everyone and quietly built his protest empire. Born in 1976, the politician received an excellent legal education at the prestigious University of Friendship of Peoples in Moscow, and in the late 1990s engaged in political advertising. From the beginning of the 2010s, […]

GRU Challenges The Russian Ballet

By Gregory Sinaisky – Russian ballet is world-famous for its precision and elegance. If we are to believe Western governments and media,  the recent poisonings attributed to the GRU show that it is now challenging the Russian ballet in terms of precision and daring art. Any secret service can poison a man to death, even […]

The Great Untangling – Trump and the Gordian Knot, Year Three

By Patrick ARMSTRONG for SCF – Patrick Armstrong was an analyst in the Canadian Department of National Defence specialising in the USSR/Russia from 1984 and a Counsellor in the Canadian Embassy in Moscow in 1993-1996. He retired in 2008 and has been writing on Russia and related subjects on the Net ever since. — In […]

THE NAVALNY CASE – Europe is Not The Same as in 2014

By Cesare Lombroso – The Navalny case is currently shaking the whole of Europe and the Russian-European relations even more so, to the extent that the question of the completion of the construction of Nord Stream 2 has been raised. The correlations between the Navalny case and the lightning-fast statements across Europe of politicians directed […]

LUKASHENKO OUT! Germany Flexes its Imperial Muscle in Calls for Belarus Government to Step Down

BERLIN – German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas announced his readiness to introduce new sanctions against Belarus and personally threatened President Alexander Lukashenko with further tightening of punitive measures, as a consequence for his alleged handling and response to post-election protests. These protests have been financed by NGOs backed by the Open Societies foundations. Regarding the demands of […]