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Today’s Multipolar Potential & the Missed Chance of 1867

Why did the planned rail connection from America to Russia via the Bering Straits fail? Why did British Columbia end up joining Confederation in 1871 and why did Lincoln’s allies in Canada fall from power before the Civil War had ended? While Britain’s “Southern Confederacy” failed, her “Northern Confederacy” succeeded. Why? How did Russia save America during the war and how do these lessons help us navigate through the tumultuous waters of our present age?

FLORES: California Declares Nation Statehood as Trump Moves to Quell ‘Mutiny on the Bounty’ – Coronavirus Color-Revolution

By Joaquin Flores – Apr 25, 2020 – Bloomberg published a stunning piece on April 9th promoting the secession of California from the U.S., in an op-ed by Francis Wilkinson titled Gavin Newsom Declares California a ‘Nation-State’, which resurrected John C. Calhoun in a neo-confederate argument favoring nullification. Bloomberg is part a strategy to prevent […]

Russia and the United States: the Forgotten History of a Brotherhood

Unlike today’s world, the 19th century Russians and Americans understood more clearly the nature of the oligarchical power structures which had only recently arranged the Crimean War in an attempt to destroy Russia (1853-1856), the Opium War to destroy China (1856-1860) and the Civil War to undo the American revolution (1861-1865).

Ukraine Transports Heavy Weaponry to Tripoli to back GNA

By Steve Brown – “Alpha (Alfa) Air Ukraine engages in cargo transport by contract with other nations, or on behalf of the Ukraine government.  Alpha Air operates with aircraft such as the Ilyushin IL-76 heavy cargo lifter. For example it has been reported that on July 6th, 2019, IL-76 TD UR-COZ was employed to transport […]

Libya’s Civil War – the New Crisis 

By Steve Brown for FRN –  is the author of “Iraq: the Road to War” (Sourcewatch) editor of “Bush Administration War Crimes in Iraq” (Sourcewatch) “Trump’s Limited Hangout” and “Federal Reserve: Out sourcing the Monetary System to the Money Trust Oligarchs Since 1913”; Steve is an antiwar activist, a published scholar on the US monetary […]

Drawing some Conclusions after 5 Years of War in Syria

April 12, 2016 –  Youssef A. Khaddour, Katehon –  It’s a bitter five years that have been endured by the Syrian people as a whole. Those who are either pro-state or in opposition have experienced this war. These two parties are the only ones who love and work for the homeland, of course according to […]