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Odysseus asks some recent shades if they trust the CIA

December 12, 2016 – Fort Russ News – Op-ed by Tom Winter “Born 1925. Murdered 1961” Bust in Leipzig. Statue of Patrice Lumumba in Berlin Every patriotic American is either insisting that the CIA must be believed, and that therefore, there must be a redo of the 2016 Presidential Election —  or they are insisting, […]

Popov: “Operation Replace Poroshenko” is already in the works

December 9, 2016 –  By Eduard Popov for Fort Russ – translated by J. Arnoldski –  Since the victory of Donald Trump in the US presidential elections, real panic has swept Ukraine. As is known, the Ukrainian regime hedged its bets on the victory of the liberal globalists from the Democratic Party. The Ukrainians’ lack […]

Yalta 2.0: The Atlanticists’ #1 Fear in 2017

December 9, 2016 – Fort Russ –  Ruslan Ostashko, LiveJournal – translated by J. Arnoldski –  Many of you have probably seen the so-called pessimists’ guide to 2017 released by the American agency Bloomberg. This guide, or rather calendar, lists all the nightmares that could ruin the supranational oligarchy and bureaucracy in 2017. In these […]

Putin drains liberal swamp [Video]

November 27th, 2016 – Fort Russ News – Rossia 24 – Translated by Inessa Sinchougova Wrapping up a meeting about state funding for science, Putin questioned the president of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Yevgeny Fortov, about the Academy’s election of senior, unrelated-to-science officials as its members. Putin insinuated that they may fired if they are […]

EU Parliament declares information war on “Russian-backed” opposition

November 23, 2016 –  By Eduard Popov for Fort Russ – translated by J. Arnoldski –  On November 23rd, deputies of the European Parliament voted to adopt a resolution on counteracting Russian media. Out of 691 deputies participating in the vote, 304 voted for, 179 voted against, and 208 abstained. This factually means that a […]

“Authoritarianism”: How the West demonizes strong, popular leaders

November 22, 2016 –  Deena Stryker, Katehon –  In 1944, against a groundswell of concern for the democratic process, FDR ran and won a fourth presidential term, because Americans did not want an untried leader in the midst of two wars. (Unfortunately, Roosevelt died soon after that election, leaving President Truman to formulate the disastrous […]