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Ancient Aliens: A Neocolonialist Myth?

March 7th, 2017 – Fort Russ News – – Analysis by Samer Hussein – Of all the alternative historical theories one will encounter in popular culture, among the most popular ones is the theory that ancient aliens created the civilizations on earth. The rigorous field of history relies on both the hard sciences and the […]

CNN, Trump, and the Age of Hypocritical Journalism

January 16th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –  – Katehon –  Fort Russ Editor in Chief, Joaquin Flores shares some comments with Katehon on the showdown between mainstream American media and president-elect Donald Trump.  A few days before the press conference we had seen CNN run a story connected to the Buzzfeed story based on […]

Jerusalem Post: There will be a war, a big war

December 22nd, 2016 – Fort Russ News –  – Op-Ed, By Umberto Pascali –  “Does the Arab world view Russian ambassador’s assassination as a trigger to a 3rd world war?” The Dec 20 issue of the Jerusalem Post quotes with open enthusiasm Al Jazeera’s Faisal al-Qaseem: “If you thought that the assassination of the Russian […]

RUSSIA’S COUNTER-BLOW: Info War victory and the destroyed Aid Convoy

September 22nd, 2016 – Fort Russ News –  – Analysis – By Joaquin Flores –  In a surprising turn of events, Russia struck back at the US and the western media disinformation campaign, causing NATO to back off  from claiming that Russia or Syria was responsible for the attack on the Red Crescent aid convoy […]

Esquire’s Pathetic Hit Piece on Putin [+Video]

September 12th, 2016 – Fort Russ News –  – op-ed By Yakov Germanov –  [ The recent article from the magazine ‘Esquire’  “Look, We Need to Talk About Putin” is the sort of drivel that passes for western journalism. We’d give a hyperlink, but why drive traffic in their direction.  Is Putin a Gangster, Communist, […]

Syria Violence to increase: Peace talks fail as situation deteriorates

August 27th, 2016 – Fort Russ News –  – op-ed by: Joaquin Flores –  Ceasefire talks between the US and Russia over the war in Syria have broken down, with each side simply reaffirming their unmoved position on the conflict. This is likely to be an actual reflection of the ‘stalemate’ or ‘war of attrition’ […]