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Terrorists! Welcome!

How some European governments give the so-called “White Helmets” the red-carpet treatment and claim at the same time to fight terrorism.

Why South Africa is a threat to world peace

Given its radical anti-Western policies and ideology, South Africa could soon become a base for terror attacks and propaganda against Western countries, argues Dan Roodt.

Lies about Putin, Syria and the Alawite alliance

On just about every issue, in 2016, candidate Trump ran in opposition to Sen. Lindsey Graham. Donald Trump won the presidency; Lindsey Graham quit the race with a near-zero popularity, as reflected in the polls.

Putin confronts the American dystopia

We have to hand it to Putin. He is the best that there is. Note the ease with which he mopped up the floor with that idiot Chris Wallace. 

The US-Russia summit: a pattern for success

The Russian-Israeli commentator Avigdor Eskin offers his take on the Trump-Putin summit, arguing in favour of an honest exchange of views, as well as cooperation between the two powers.

Are liberal pervs sexually obsessed with refugees?

It's hard to feel sorry for liberals when they reap the results of the policies they force on the rest of us.

The absence of diplomacy is isolating Washington

The dissolution of the Soviet Union removed the constraint on Washington’s unilateralism. The neoconservatives, who had just risen to power, seized the opportunity and replaced diplomacy with threat and coercion.

Russian, Chinese intelligence: ISIS heading for Central Asia with US cover

Operatives of the crumbling Islamic State in Syria and Iraq (ISIS) are moving to new battlegrounds near the Russian border, intelligence sources have revealed.

Idiocy is bringing the end of the world

If you were the president of France or the prime minister of the UK, would you permit criminally insane Washington to drag you into military conflict with Russia?

Russia or Syria is always found guilty within hours

It happens over and over that Russia or Syria would be blamed for assassinations or chemical attacks, often in the absence of immediate evidence.