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An Obituary of the Western World

During the course of my life I have watched the Western World abandon all of the values that made it successful.

Sweden’s decaying democracy

A journalist is arrested and dragged out of the Gothenburg Book Fair because he politely asked a powerful politician... the wrong questions about his support for the ethnically-cleansed Zimbabwean dictatorship. Not only journalists, but academics and bloggers are being hounded by the leftist establishment daily. And the leftists have all the nasty instruments of the state at their disposal. Citizen reporter Fabian Fjälling looks into their excesses.

Why we don’t need the IMF

Since the writer RW Johnson predicted a while ago that South Africa will have no choice but to ask the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a loan, other analysts have also started to predict the same.

The American economy RIP

The miracle of the ‘Steinmeier Formula’

BerlinA so-called “formula”, presented by the German Federal President to settle the Donbass conflict, was finally signed in Minsk. But it leaves much to be desired.

Trump is history and so is the USA

Did all the Democratic politicians who called for the Russiagate investigation of Donald Trump violate the Constitution?

Why conservatives ignore white-hating politics

In "It's Not 'Identity Politics,' It's Anti-White Politics," I questioned whether the term "identity politics" vaguely comports with our racial politics on terra firma. The answer was a resounding "no".

Will Moscow fall for the Macron deception?

French president Emmanuel Macron is an American puppet. He was put in office by Washington. His current assignment is to deceive Russian president Putin by taking advantage of Russia’s longing to join the Western world.

Narendra Modi and the annual Vladivostok Economic Forum

Exclusive Comment for FWM by Prof Alexander Dugin: Multipolarity - the question of speed and timing, not of principles

New York Times shows why they will lose

Why are the citizens of Europe so angry and turning away from the established parties? It must be because of … Russia! That at least is what the New York Times is claiming in an article published August 10, with logic that bears a striking resemblance to the narrative that explains why Donald Trump won the presidency in 2016. With this kind of reality concept to navigate from, it is not surprising that the mainstream media are failing.