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In Bannon Versus Trump – The Two Faces Are The Media’s

January 5th, 2018 – Fort Russ News –  – Op-ed by Curwen Ares Rolinson, for FRN –  One of the interesting and amusing things to come out of Michael Wolff’s write-up of his year spent inside the Trump White House is the perspective-flip that’s happened on Steve Bannon. Now, a little more than a year […]


How does Trump’s big mistake on Jerusalem work well for Russia?

December 7th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –  – Israel Shamir, translated by J. Flores – Support Flores’ Patreon President Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. This happened after several days of active persuasion – but it isn’t over. Facing pressure from everyone – the State Department, the Pope, Europe, and Arab and […]

Learning from Tolstoy – the false dilemma of US Olympic Corruption

December 6th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –  – notes by Vladimir Golstein –  Helen Kuragin, an utterly immoral, unscrupulous beauty in Tolstoy’s War and Peace, came up with an ingenious scheme to justify her actions. So she seems to be bored with her husband, Pierre, and is planning to leave him. Divorce is not […]

The 5 Hallmarks of Hillary supporter psychosis

December 3rd, 2017 – Fort Russ News –  – Denis Churilov, for FRN –  I recently had a face-to-face chat with an American from Washington DC, a certified Democratic Party supporter in their mid-20’s. We started talking about politics (yes, really! what were the chances of that happening!?). What I’ve learned from them: 1. Trump […]

Fort Russ: We need to bring Beauty back into the World

November 29th, 2017 – Fort Russ News – – by Joaquin Flores – Support Flores’ Patreon  Often we are asked what our raison d’être is, for at times we are accused by the left of being fascists and by the right of being communists. These are political, at best sociological categories, which represents something that really misses […]

IN DEPTH: Why New Zealand is REALLY being targeted by the Atlanticists

November 10th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –  – Op-ed – by Curwen Ares Rolinson  Winston Peters critiques capitalism as having become the “foe” of many New Zealanders; ousters both hardest-neoliberal parties from Government Well this is interesting, isn’t it. No sooner does New Zealand start talking openly about pursuing a trade policy that is […]