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REVEALED: When Britain Nuked America… Twice! (VIDEO)

Although we at FRN and many (if not most) of our regular readers might not agree with Dr. Felton’s stances on a number of issues, we are posting this as a reminder that the US is neither invincible nor untouchable, even for a regional power like the UK, let alone for superpowers such as Russia […]

IN DEPTH: A House Divided as Trump Reduces NATO in Germany

By Dmitry Semushin – On both sides of the Atlantic, the US president is awaiting official confirmation that the US will withdraw from Germany 9,500 troops – more than a third of the total number of its 34,500 troops located in this country. On June 13, he did not take the opportunity at West Point […]

A 70-Year War on ‘Propaganda’ Built by the CIA

By Cynthia Chung – Cynthia Chung is a lecturer, writer and co-founder and editor of the Rising Tide Foundation (Montreal, Canada). — “Hell is empty and all the devils are here” – William Shakespeare (The Tempest Act 1 Scene 2) War has always depended on a reliable system to spread its propaganda. The Arthashastra written by Chankya (350-283 BCE) […]

Martin Luther King’s 91st Birthday: A Reminder of an Existential Choice Still Undecided

The world marches forward into the new year with a mix of hope and trepidation. The words of Martin Luther King who warned in his final days the universal truth that either we commit to “nonviolent coexistence or violent coannihilation” ring as true today as they did when they were spoken in 1968. In that speech, King stated prophetically that “this may well be mankind’s last chance to choose between chaos and community”.

Did the United States Win the Cold War?

By Steve Brown – According to popular consensus, by 1991 the USSR lost the Cold War. However, it may be that the USSR’s ‘loss’ and subsequent emergence of the Russian Federation put Russia ahead of the game.  If the United States had truly won the Cold War, NATO would be history, and the US would […]

CHAITKIN: JFK and the Military Industrial Complex

In this report, we will focus on two leading mortal opponents of JFK: Allen Dulles and Lyman Lemnitzer, the first in the spy world, and the other in the military. Although they were Americans, we will situate them as they saw themselves, internationally: they were men of the London-centered power structure that ran the Cold War against President Franklin Roosevelt’s design for peace at the end of World War II, that warred on President Kennedy, and that now pushes for world war.

Zakharova: Western Theory on the ‘Russian Nuclear Doctrine’ is False

MOSCOW –  At a briefing in Moscow on May 23, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova responded to a statement by the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the US Armed Forces, John Dunford , that “Russians consider it possible to use their non-strategic nuclear weapons in Europe,”. Washington fuels the invented concept of intimidation called the […]