Talking about the future is often a sure recipe for looking like a fool. However obvious it may seem to us, nearly everything that happened in the past was unexpected at the time.
The last summit of the organization in Johannesburg, in addition to the permanent members of the bloc - Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa - invited leaders of several African countries, Argentina and Turkey. Speaking at the summit, Erdogan asked Turkey to join the alliance and already came up with its new name - BRICST
Dear Readers, In the Western World truth, justice, and liberty are in total collapse. They cannot be resurrected and restored without information. Few people have that information. The young are born into what exists, and as the tyranny increases year by year, tyranny becomes the natural order to them. Indeed, they do not recognize tyranny. Their cell phones, social media, and the Internet give them the illusion of freedom. The old are lost in the controversies of their time: The Russians are communists, only hippies, left-wingers, and communists distrust the great and good US government. In short, the vast bulk of the American people haven’t a clue. When readers ask me to tell them the solution, what to do, my answer is that nothing can be done until enough people are informed. Informing is my job. Support my efforts and those of a few others whose only agenda is to inform.
It is not an over-exaggeration to state that as Americans we are witnessing more of our rights corroding away since those false-flag, contriving events in 2001, and now especially under a disrespectful and mentally-unstable president who clearly h
One day after Ecuadorian Foreign Minister María Fernanda Espinosa declared that her government would continue blocking WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange from all communications and deny him any personal visitors, she was elected president of t
Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Wess Mitchell declared Russia, Iran and China as enemies, and EU countries as debtors to the States
The dissolution of the Soviet Union removed the constraint on Washington’s unilateralism. The neoconservatives, who had just risen to power, seized the opportunity and replaced diplomacy with threat and coercion.