Current Affairs

News without the ‘spin’

Saudi airstrike on Aden. Click to enlarge

US-Backed Saudi Coalition Blew up 45 Civilians in Yemen Yesterday, Media Silent

Saudi airstrike on a market in Aden leaves 45 civilians dead

President Obama Accepts Slavery in Order to Win TPP Trade Deal

Giving new meaning to the term “Uncle Tom”

MP Gavrilyuk: Ukrainian government is being subverted by a gay conspiracy

Is it a coincidence that this is happening under growing Western influence? Or that the MPs involved are helping the West consolidate its grip on Kiev? Includes video

Wynne with Education Minister Liz Sandals. Click to enlarge

Ontario Lesbian Premier Dumbfounded by Sex Ed Objections

Ontario’s Premier Kathleen Wynne unable to answer straight-forward questions from concerned parents

Alleged gunman behind the terrorist outrage in Tunisia. Click to enlarge

Foreign Office urges UK nationals to leave Tunisia

Tunisia terror attack warning: another false flag in the offing? Or are the warnings being used to psychologically condition Britons for a renewed “anti-terror” campaign?

Greek banks face closures, bailout or not

Closed since Monday, some Greek banks may never reopen

Immigration minister claims ‘majority’ of migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean are doing it for economic reasons instead of ‘fleeing for their lives’

Contrary to what the corporate media has been saying

Florida wetland birds. Click to enlarge

Thousands of birds leave ‘dead zone’ after abandoning Florida Gulf Coast

Has the wildlife in Florida instinctively sensed impending geophysical upheaval?

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Tony Blair. Click to enlarge

US to Pay Odessa Governor’s Staff in Ukraine

You read that right: the U. S. will pay Odessa’s governor’s staff. Turning it into a vassal state with the aid of willing shysters

Ukrainian Govt. Acknowledges Some of Its Leaders Are Nazis

US collaborating with anti-Russian Nazis in Ukraine in order to undermine Moscow’s influence in the region

Mikhail Saakashvili. Click to enlarge

“Saakashvili Auctions Off Odessa to American Investors”

Mikheil Saakashvili, the former (Soros sponsored) Georgian president has renounced his citizenship to become governor of Odessa, which he’s now trying to sell

ISIS supporters and flags. Click to enlarge

America’s Multinational Ramadan Assault

It is clear that ISIS is not carrying out these attacks in the hopes of “winning” its war, but instead, to expand it

Freemason Revealed Greek Plot in 2008

Freemason Revealed Greek Plot in 2008

A posting from 2008 that may be more relevant now than ever

Wave of contagion expected after dramatic weekend raises “Grexit” chances

The European Central Bank on Sunday capped the amount of emergency financing for Greek banks, which are expected to remain closed Monday and most of the week

Taxpayer funded trial of GM wheat ends in a £3million failure

Supporters hoped the trial would win over a sceptical public. Instead the failure has only added to growing doubts

Forensic investigators and gendarmes next to the fence where the head was found in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier. Click to enlarge

Tunisia Attack Leaves Dozens Dead at Beach Hotel

Suspected ISIS attack on beach hotel leaves more than two dozen dead, as man is beheaded is another suspected ISIS attack in southern France

Israel test car bomb sized dirty nuke. Click to enlarge

Haaretz: Israel Tests “Car Bomb” Sized Dirty Nuke

Under the guise of “defense” against terrorism, Israel conducted up to 20 test blasts. Was this a cover for preparations for “dirty nuke” false flag?

Greek Film Shows Way Out of Debt Bind

Greek Film Shows Way Out of Debt Bind

An important reminder that Greece’s capitulation is neither necessary nor ethical

Lemnos harbour. Click to enlarge

Crisis Report from a Greek Island

One of Henry Makow’s correspondents reports that Greeks are finding areas for their investments: flower pots and mattresses

Saudi Arabia and Russia Ink Six New Deals, Embark on New ‘Petroleum Alliance’

Under the leadership of a new king, Saudi Arabia is reversing course on its Russia policy from 2014