Monthly Archives: October 2014

“They are playing tennis—three sets every match to try and kill us.”

Originally posted on
Preamble: What follows is a first-hand account of events that took place in the area of the MH17 crash site in August of this year, written by someone who was part of the team of…

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The Coming Dissolution of the EU

The Coming Dissolution of the EU by Phoenix Capital Research on 10/25/2014 In Europe, we already know the economy is in tatters. Italy is back in recession for the third time since 2008. Germany’s economy contracted in the second quarter … Continue reading

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Centralised Authoritarianism

The European Empire is becoming increasingly authoritarian and centralised. As always, a major crisis is used to increase control by the Council of the EU through an intensified centralisation of power. The EU is not, of course, a totalitarian state, but … Continue reading

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I’ve always had a soft spot for the Kurds. One of the few Peoples without their own state, and to make things even more difficult it is spread over 4 existing states – Syria, Iraq, Iran and most ambiguously Turkey. … Continue reading

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Mike Whitney on Ukraine

The links below provides a useful summary of the current situation. I have been waiting for some clarity for a while now and this explains what has happened and the events around it. The whole situation is a tragedy, brought … Continue reading

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Ukraine sitrep 8 Oct 2014: calm before the storm?

Informal reblog from: Its been very quiet in the Western Corporate Press, lately. Ukraine SITREP October 8th, 16:00 UTC/Zulu: The calm before the storm?   Military situationThe situation in the Ukraine and Novorussia is a very tense and could lead … Continue reading

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Originally posted on The Slog:
When the Unhinged Empire headed east, it forgot that life is a two-way street In what seems to most people of my generation a terrifyingly rapid process, the EEC has gone from being an economic…

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