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EU could BREAK UP the US: Juncker in jaw-dropping threat over support for Brexit

EU could BREAK UP the US: Juncker in jaw-dropping threat over support for Brexit

EU boss Juncker says he could campaign to break up the US in revenge for Trump’s support for Brexit

Balakleya munitions depot disaster Ukraine SITREP

Balakleya munitions depot disaster Ukraine SITREP

In the wake of the disaster President Poroshenko has invited NATO in to help with what he termed “humanitarian demining”. Includes videos

Anti-Semitic Flyers Found On UIC Campus For Second Time In A Week

Anti-Semitic Flyers Found On UIC Campus For Second Time In A Week

Even though the flyers make some valid points it’s interesting that Black Lives Matter are quick to condemn them. Is that the price of George Soros’s funding?

North Korea missile test fails, U.S. and South say, as tensions simmer

Missile explodes reportedly seconds after launch

Will Libya Become The New Syria Now That Russian Forces Have Arrived?

Russia has reportedly moved Special Forces troops to Western Egypt, close to the border with Libya ready for deployment. Is Moscow about to repeat its Syrian gambit in Libya?

About "Under Our Eyes"

About “Under Our Eyes”

Interview with Thierry Mayssan about his latest book: “Right Under Our Eyes. From September 11 to Donald Trump”

JUNCKER’S REVENGE: We must PUNISH UK so no-one else will want to leave EU, blasts Eurocrat

EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker warns that Britain will face a “hefty bill” for Brexit

Yemeni ballistic missile strikes air base in Saudi capital: Report

Yemeni ballistic missile strikes air base in Saudi capital: Report

Using reversed engineered Soviet era Scud missiles with improved range, accuracy, and payload capacity, Houthi fighters are now successfully targeting Saudi Arabia

Front page of Güneş, the por-government Turkish newspaper on Friday. Click to enlarge

Erdogan calls on Turkish families in Europe to have five children to protect against ‘injustices’

The message was directed at the 1.4 million Turkish voters who live in Germany

Stockholm: Man gang raped and stabbed

Although police are saying very little about this crime, we explain why their reticence is a giveaway to who the perpetrators actually are

GCHQ: the British government's listening post in Cheltenham. Click to enlarge

British spy service says claim that it wiretapped President Trump is ‘utterly ridiculous’

If Julian Assange’s claims are true, then GCHQ are simply covering for their counterparts in U.S. intelligence

Dutch vote may have slowed the rise of the far-right, but it remains a powerful force across Europe

The march of “rightwing” populism may have stalled in Holland but has it been entirely halted across Europe?

Give the falling CIA APUSH

Give the falling CIA APUSH

APUSH” is short for Advanced Placement United States History. It’s that moment when your paranoia turns out to be a perfectly tuned intuition.

John McCain: Rand Paul ‘Is Now Working for Vladimir Putin’

John McCain: Rand Paul ‘Is Now Working for Vladimir Putin’

McCain accused the Kentucky senator of ‘working for Vladimir Putin’ after Paul opposed bill supporting Montenegro’s bid to join NATO

Izumo, Japan's helicopter carrier. Click to enlarge

Report: Japan to send its largest warship to train with the US Navy in the South China Sea

The deployment will be Japan’s biggest show of force in the region since World War II

Dutch riot police face pro-Erdogan protesters outside the Turkish consulate in Rotterdam. Click to enlarge

Is the Netherlands about to take a big jump to the far-right?

The current diplomatic spat with Turkey and protests by Turkish émigrés will only aid anti-immigrant populist Geert Wilders in the March 15 election

Investigation Into Obama Spying on Trump Would Reveal Mass Surveillance of All Americans

Investigation Into Obama Spying on Trump Would Reveal Mass Surveillance of All Americans

Fears that investigation of claims that Obama spied on Trump could expose the full extent state surveillance

Catherine Austin Fitts interviews the Saker for the Solari Report

Catherine Austin Fitts interviews the Saker for the Solari Report

The Saker on the emerging multi-polar world and Washington’s Russia meltdown

TV screen broadcasts news report on a North Korean missile launch at a railway station in Seoul, South Korea. Click to enlarge

North Korea fires four missiles into sea near Japan

Three of the missiles landed in the sea, 186-217 miles from the Oga peninsula in Japan’s Akita prefecture

French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron. Click to enlarge

Le Pen’s Globalist Rival: Don’t Worry About Mass Migration, Newcomers ‘Renew Our Society’

The establishment’s candidate and former banker Macron also voiced support for positive discrimination and ‘mixing’ neighbourhood demographics in cities