Current Affairs

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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

Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensor System JLENS.

Pentagon Building Cruise Missile Shield To Defend US Cities From Russia

The mindset that prevailed during the Cold War is returning in today’s U.S. defence establishment

Navy to Accelerate Artificial Intelligence Development for Warfighting, Support Roles

The day when Terminator like technology becomes reality draws ever closer

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Transgenderism – Illuminati’s Way of Mocking God

The real meaning of the media’s transgender fixation?

The Charleston Shooting: the larger covert op

The Charleston Shooting: the larger covert op

On Feb 28 Dylann Root was arrested and found to be in possession of Suboxone. Adverse effects include: agitation, hostility and hallucination

Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko with Tony Blair in Kiev. Click to enlarge

‘A true friend': Ukraine president asks Tony Blair to take on advisory role

Previously Blair counselled Kazakhstan’s president, Nursultan Nazarbayev, on how to handle criticism over the massacre of oil workers by riot police in 2011

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Donald Trump paid actors $50 to cheer at campaign launch, website reports

Underlining the fact that U.S. politics is little more than stage-managed theatre

Grexit beckons: Greece on brink of euro exit as it faces economic meltdown

Athens could be forced out by Germany after politicians warn ‘enough is enough’ as Greece lurches towards default on €1.5bn debt

Shock Video: Rioting Migrants Attempt to Hijack Truck Heading For UK

Shock Video: Rioting Migrants Attempt to Hijack Truck Heading For UK

No woman and children among those intent on getting access to country’s generous welfare system. Only those more likely to turn to crime

U.S. Is Poised to Put Heavy Weaponry in Eastern Europe

Upping the ante in the current face-off with Russia, Washington plans to deploy heavy weapons and thousands more U.S. troops in eastern Europe

Britain pulls spies as Moscow cracks Snowden files

Russia and China have reportedly accessed intelligence documents that reveal US and British intelligence techniques, leading to fears that their spies could be identified

RAF Typhoon shadows a Russian intelligence gathering aircraft over the Baltic on June 8, 2015. Click to enlarge

RAF Typhoon jets intercept Russian spy plane on an intelligence gathering mission over the Baltic

NATO continues its steady encroachment into Russia’s traditional sphere of influence

Bilderberg 2015: Full Attendee List & Agenda

Full list of those attending this year’s annual meeting in Austria. Topics for discussion include ‘Russia’ and ‘Iran’, although none of the 140 participants from 22 countries come from either

B-2, B-52 bombers deploy to Europe for military exercises

U.S. long-range bombers deployed to Europe for drills over the Baltic intended to demonstrate Amercia’s “long-range global strike capability”

Refugees from Libya and Syria attempt to cross the Mediterranean to get to Europe. Click to enlarge

Backlash grows as Italy migrant arrivals top 50,000

How many are taking a calculated risk in crossing the Mediterranean? Gambling that if they run into difficulty they will be rescued and allowed to remain in Europe?

Police face anti-G7 protestors in southern Germany, June 6, 2015

Massive demonstration flood German resort town ahead of G7 summit

17,000 German police deployed to protect the G7 summit. A further 2,000 placed on standby