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Did Germany just declare war against Russia?

Is it a real declaration of war? Yes. On January 24, Baerbock gave a speech to the Council of Europe – not to be confused with an institution of the European Union. Although this speech contained borderline provocations, it was a scripted intervention. However, in the subsequent hearing, Baerbock had to answer questions without a prepared text.

The systemic racism reductio

It is axiomatically and self-evidently true to say that race-based differences have existed since the dawn of time.

The collapse of the Covid narrative

Will anyone notice?

Two knife killings signal the end of multiculturalism

A "confused" Arab stabbed two young German train passengers to death and seriously injured several others this week. In the same week, a Moroccan stabbed a Catholic priest to death in Andalusia, Spain. 

Calls for altmedia to be demonetized from an unelected free-speech fiend

BrusselsThe EU Commission, elected by no one, currently consists of a President, three Executive Vice-Presidents, a High Representative (Josep Borrell), four other Vice-Presidents (one Vice-President resigned because she is in prison) and 17 other commissioners plus a commissioner-designate.

How troublesome presidents are disposed of

WashingtonTucker Carlson provides an excellent 12 minute report about the CIA’s removal of President Kennedy and President Nixon. I recommend that you watch it 2 or 3 times until it sinks in and forward it to all of your friends and relatives.

Saudi Crown Prince defies the US policy against Syria

In November 2022, Saudi Arabia formally changed its stance on Syria. Saudi Arabia is the political powerhouse of the Middle East, and often shares positions on foreign policy and international issues with the UAE, which has previously re-opened their embassy in Damascus.

The scandal that could sink Vienna’s cultural elite

ViennaThe shocking child porn case of the actor Florian Teichtmeister burdens the entire swamp of left-leaning Viennese cultural celebrities who had covered up and condoned the crimes. But they could not keep the lid on his heinous activities.

The frustration of ingrained lies in historical explanations

From time to time readers ask what it is like trying to communicate with people in an era of mass disinformation. There are a few individual voices, as often as not censored and under attack, against which the TV and print media and the establishment’s Internet sites are arrayed. It is frustrating, especially as so many people are content with a few minutes of managed news headlines. The insouciance in the population is massive.

Turkey and Syria meeting in Moscow may result in peace plan

Last week, the Foreign Ministers of Turkey and Syria met in Moscow. This is the highest level meeting between the two countries who have been on opposite sides of the US-NATO war on Syria for regime change since 2011.