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Avoiding nuclear war is our first priority

In another powerful and thought-provoking article, Paul Craig Roberts argues that the USA is ruled by the military-industrial complex, a dystopian Big Brother, and that "Trump is powerless and limited to expressing his frustrations on Twitter".

Will the EU reinvent apartheid or finally grant Africa its independence?

Will the European Union create a grander version of South African 'apartheid', by spending money on African development in a futile attempt to 'make Africans stay at home'?

Ilana Mercer: Why hatred of whites is here to stay

In this searing column, Ilana Mercer analyses why South African whites are murdered on an ongoing basis by their black compatriots.

Harvey Sweinstein And Hollywood’s Hoes

Harvey Weinstein is a pervert. But why are conservative women following their liberal counterparts in championing women's rights to be sluts? asks Ilana Mercer.

The unraveling of US/Russian relations

Washington has taken nuclear war against Russia from a hypothetical scenario to a real danger that threatens the future of humanity. 

Hero commander killed in Syria – when the war is nearly won

For most Syrians it came as a shock: One of the most popular military commanders of the Syrian Arab Army, Issam Zahreddine, was killed on 18 October 2017.

Dan Roodt: In South Africa, whites no longer lead anything – even in opposition politics

The election of an ethnic Xhosa to lead South Africa's opposition DA in the Western Cape, represents a new low regarding white and Western influence within the country, argues Dan Roodt.

Washington: The Staggering Giant

OPINIONOn August 31st, the White House ordered Russia to vacate the consulate in San Francisco as well as two diplomatic facilities in Washington and New York within two days. The liberals are cheering that the two people they hate the most – Putin and Trump – are preoccupied with fighting each other instead of dismantling the liberal world order. But what is actually going on in Washington?

Two high-profile victims of South African multiculturalism

Two sensational murders in South Africa have recently brought home just how savage the model of 'multicultural togetherness' in that country really is. Both Hannah Cornelius and Johann Botha were murdered with chilling cruelty.

How America sabotaged South African minorities

The United States played a key role in creating a 'tyranny of majority' in South Africa, which has brought the country to the brink of chaos, argues Ilana Mercer.