Current Affairs

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Russian soldier kills Ukrainian naval officer, ministry says

As pro-Russian protests flare-up in the east of the country, a Ukrainian naval officer is reportedly shot dead by Russian soldier

Pro-Russian activists with Russian national flags storm the Ukrainian regional office of the Security Service in Luhansk, Ukraine, Sunday, April 6, 2014. Click to enlarge

Ukraine says Russia fomenting eastern unrest

Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk accuses Russia of being behind the flare up of unrest in the east of the country

Soros has sponsored a campaign to change marijuana legalization to the tune of $80 since 1994. Click to enlarge

George Soros’ real crusade: Legalizing marijuana in the U.S.

Billionaire ‘philanthropist’ and the man behind colour revolutions around the world, George Soros, sponsoring campaigns to legalise marijuana

Neo Nazi Svoboda. Click to enlarge

Illuminati Zionists & Nazis Resume Collaboration

John Ryan explores the involvement of the neo-Nazi Svoboda movement in Ukraine’s new Western leaning government. An involvement that is being downplayed by the Western media

He’s Back Again! (And He’s No Holocaust Denier)

He’s Back Again! (And He’s No Holocaust Denier)

He’s Back Again: A new Hitler satire tops Germany’s best-seller list

US targets Russia with further sanctions

The U.S. continues to ratchet up the pressure on Russia following recent events in Ukraine

Ukrainian Parliament Approves New Laws Required for IMF Bailout

The offer of an International Monetary Fund bailout comes on cue but as always, with strings attached

European Union’s Capital City is Doomed

European Union’s Capital City is Doomed

While viewing this bear in mind that Western intelligence has been covertly promoting some of the more radical elements of Islam for their own purposes

Russian military helicopters flying over Crimea. Click to enlarge

NATO warns of ‘very sizeable, very ready’ Russian force

Although Moscow has denied the claims, NATO’s Supreme Commander in Europe warns about Russian forces massing at the Ukrainian border

Coups for export: US has history of supporting anti-govt upheavals

U.S. is very selective where it provides support. Providing billions to pro-Western groups in Ukraine and Latin America while dismissing Crimea’s vote for reunification with Russia

Putin Cool to the Idea of Further Retaliation over Sanctions

Cementing Crimea’s reunification with Russia, Putin signals the opportunity for a temporary truce in the tit-for-tat exchange with the West

Legal experts ‘can’t believe’ US general avoided jail time in sex assault case

Given that sexual assaults carried by U.S. military personnel are at an all-time high this raises further questions about the prevailing ethics in the ranks

Sexual Assaults In The Military Are At An All-Time High And Most Of Them Are Male On Male

What does this say about the depths to which modern America has sunk?

Secretary of State John Kerry (here during his stopover in Rome) has no predefined policy. He takes the initiative on all subjects, not to achieve decisive victories, but to find opportunities to advance his pawns. Thus, having supported the the CIA coup in Ukraine, he is now not concerned about the future of the Crimea, but how his overall economic plan can benefit from his local political defeat. Click to enlarge

John Kerry has a Tactic, Not a Policy

In the globalized world, every conflict is linked to the others. Thierry Meyssan on how Washington wants to turn its defeat in Ukraine into a victory for its economy

Kenneth Bellando. Click to enlarge

Young banker’s suicide becomes twelfth in financial world this year

Do they know something we don’t? Or could it be the very nature of the beast they serve in the world of finance has driven them to take their own lives?

Maldives location. Click to enlarge

Possible MH370 sighting as Maldives residents report ‘low-flying jumbo’

Residents on remote island in Maldives ‘saw jet matching missing Malaysia Airlines plane’s description’

A woman is reflected in a mirror as she casts her ballot during voting in a referendum at a polling station in Simferopol March 16, 2014.(Reuters / Thomas Peter)

What the Western Media Won’t Tell You: Crimean Tatars and Ukrainians Also Voted to Join Russia

Simple math indicates that Crimean Tatars and the Ukrainian population of Crimea also voted heavily in favour of reunification with Russia. Prof Michel Chossudovsky explains

Candid admission: the United States has already spent five billion dollars ($5,000,000,000) to subvert Ukraine

Notorious for her “f!*k the EU” comments, Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland, wife of one of the main advocates for the Iraq invasion, openly admits the U.S. has spent 5 billion dollars trying to undermine the Ukrainian government

Missing Plane’s Tracking Device Disabled Before ‘All Right’ Radio Call

As the search widens and with no sign of the missing plane it has been revealed that the pilot spoke to air traffic controllers after data system was shutdown

Russia claims to have intercepted a US drone in Crimea

Russia claims its defence forces seized control of the drone from its U.S. controllers