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  • Events in foreign spy agencies
    Events in foreign spy agencies
    Do you have news of foreign intelligence agency happenings? Click HERE and let us know and we will post it!South Korea National Intelligence Service (NIS) getting new spy chief named Lee Byung-ho to replace Lee Byung-kee as head of the country'...
  • Low funding threatens Ukraine mission
    Ukraine: low funding threatens mission
    The United Nations warns that its humanitarian mission in the Ukraine is in serious jeopardy due to lack of funds. The year long conflict between the government and pro-Russian rebels has caused massive displacement and disruption of basic...
  • Vladimir Putin To Speak At United Nations
    Vladimir Putin To Speak At United Nations
    Russian President Vladimir Putin is currently scheduled to speak at the opening of the United Nations 70th General Session next September. It is still is the planning stages but if all comes to pass then Putin will be in town. Now with the current...
  • Russia’s top 120 lies about Ukraine
    Russia’s top 120 lies about Ukraine
    Russia’s onslaught of disinformation against Ukraine continues to pour through the pipelines of the Kremlin’s puppet media. It should be noted that after facing many embarrassing fiascos, Russian propagandists have changed their modus...
  • Russia wants to connect to Alaska
    Eyes on Alaska: Russia plans road from London to NYC
    Alaska has become the focus of attention recently and not just from Reality TV. Russia has increased their presence in the Arctic near Alaska, and the reason why has possibly come to the forefront. According to The Washington Post on Thursday,...
  • China & Russia, Simple Toleration
    China & Russia, Simple Toleration
    The two countries have for centuries entered into a detente or period of toleration when it suits them. Recent history shows us exactly that it is pure and simple toleration. China needs oil and Russia has it to sell. Russian President Vladimir...
  • Holiday Inn receives portrait of Hitler after hosting Neo-Nazi forum in Russia
    Holiday Inn receives portrait of Hitler after hosting Neo-Nazi forum in Russia
    Having hosted a gathering of Neo-Nazis and fascists in St. Petersburg, Russia, Holiday Inn received a portrait of Adolf Hitler from outraged activists. Member of the group RPR-Parnassus Andrey Zaretsky commented: “In our opinion, this...
  • Negotiating with Iran is a huge mistake
    Central flaws in the Iran approach
    The central flaw in the Iran negotiations begins with the idea of negotiating with a state-sponsoring terrorist organization, and a nation that is diametrically opposed to free world standards. The second major flaw is for the U.S. to be sitting...
  • The Putin paradox: anti-fascist, fascist Russia
    The Putin paradox: anti-fascist, fascist Russia
    In an exhibition of absurdity, the Holiday Inn located in St. Petersburg, Russia hosted a far-right gathering - the Russian International Conservative Forum. The event’s participants included fascists, Neo-Nazis, anti-Semites and proponents...
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    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will be visiting Moscow
    The supreme leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Kim Jong Un, has been shown a deep degree of respect by Russia with an invitation to attend Russia's Victory Day celebrations in May. These celebrations will commemorate the...
  • Iran is a terrorist nation
    Why is Iran in the position of 'demanding' anything?
    Before the start of “negotiations” with Iran, the U.S., Israel and possibly other allies were on track to blast Iran’s nuclear development capabilities to kingdom come. Iran’s belligerence as a radical Shiite Islamic rogue...
  • From Russia without love: GM to shut down St, Petersburg plant
    From Russia without love: GM to shut down St, Petersburg plant
    GM is pulling out of Russia in light of the country’s continuing economic crisis and shrinking auto market. Not only will they shut production at the St. Petersburg factory by mid-year, they will stop all sales of its mass market Opel brand...
  • Russian media uses images of homegrown Nazis to illustrate alleged fascism in Ukraine
    Non-Slavic appearance in Russia can be deadly
    Ukrainian citizen Roman Muzychenko, 37, died in the intensive care unit without regaining consciousness, after he had been violently beaten by a group of 21 Nazis in Moscow, Russia. The incident was recorded on surveillance cameras near the...
  • Where In The World Is Vladimir Putin.
    Where In The World Is Vladimir Putin?
    Russian President Vladimir Putin has not been seen since March 5th, 2015. This was when he and the Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi had talks in Moscow. Speculations are swirling as to whether he is in hiding due to the assassination of his...
  • Russian Documentary Details Crimean Takeover
    Russian Documentary Details Crimean Takeover
    An upcoming Russian documentary details how Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the takeover of Crimea on February 22nd, 2014. This is weeks before the referendum on March 16, 2014 that supposedly had 97% backing of Crimean voters to rejoin...