History

Who was Napoleon?

29.05.2017

If we study Napoleon’s personality objectively, we will see that our today’s view about him is a result of a clever PR strategy. It was PR people who created the myth that Napoleon was a genius, unbeatable general.

Terrorism: Is Christianity to Blame?

Notes to Basquiat, Gordon Bennett
28.04.2017

It has become quite a widely-held position amongst the Alt-Right that fault for the loss of identity and in-group loyalty and even the self-sabotage of Western societies is the result (the inevitable result, as some would even have it) of Christia

Viva Obama! A View from the English Right

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13.04.2017

Note: Since I am not an American, I have no right to feel disappointed by Mr Trump’s apparent pulling off his mask to show the usual neo-conservative skull beneath. I am disappointed, even so.

The Struggle for the Soul of Humanity

By Corrado Giaquinto commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=1893306
12.04.2017

There is a real straggle now for the soul of humanity. And for me, because I am a Jew and Israeli, the role that Jews play in this entire world conflict is essential. As usual, Jews are a kind of in the middle of both sides. And that is a very interesting situation.

The Structure of Hegemony

By Karl von Piloty - Public Domain, commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=11514830
11.04.2017

When we say that the mega-corporations are secondary actors in international relationships and that commonly require the states to act, we are not unaware that the mega-corporations, the World Bank or the International Monetary Fund and other inte

Moscow: “third Rome” or “fourth Jerusalem”?

Source: pixabay.com; Author: jackmac34
16.02.2017

In the 16th century, a Russian monk, Filofej, coined the expression “third Rome” to emphasize the spiritual role assumed by Moscow following the fall of Constantinople (1453) and the marital union between the Grand Prince of Moscow, I

Freedom!

01.02.2017

The world echoes with cries of ‘freedom’ and ‘democracy’. But do they mean the same thing to everyone? And could misperceptions about the two words have something to do with the state the world is in?

The Plot against the Mediterranean

01.02.2017

To many critics of Atlanticism, the ignition of the ‘Arab Spring’, which resulted in the ‘controlled chaos strategy’ being imposed throughout the Mediterranean and beyond, might have seemed like a contemporary consequence of the globalist strategy