Exclusive Comment for FWM by Prof Alexander Dugin: Multipolarity - the question of speed and timing, not of principles
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.
Ilana Mercer calls US Democratic candidates 'demonic females and their house-trained hombres'
After years of being kept in the doldrums by orchestrated short selling described by myself and Dave Kranzler, gold has lately moved up sharply reaching $1 510 recently.
After falsely accusing Russia of violating the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), Washington unilaterally repudiated the treaty. Thus did the US military/security complex rid itself of the landmark agreement achieved by Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev that defused the Cold War.
Dawie Roodt, one of South Africa's most well-known economists from the Efficient Group, offers scathing criticism of the governing ANC's economic policies, which will ultimately lead to ruin.
The international team of civil engineers concluded that the official story of Building 7’s destruction is entirely false.
The left has long forsaken an affinity with the working class, argues Paul Craig Roberts. Today, being leftwing has more to do with being anti-white, especially anti-white male.
After being on the receiving end of a temporary Twitter ban, Ilana Mercer reflects on censorship in the internet age, including being "shadow-banned and follower-throttled".
Dan Roodt from South Africa interviews Vávra Suk, editor of Nya Tyder newspaper, on the failure of multiculturalism in Sweden, as well as the rise of populism in his country and in Europe generally.