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To All Veterans of All Wars, Thank You

By: B.F. Johnson of Today, November 11th, is Veterans’ Day in the U.S. It is the day, when we honor and pay homage to the 7 percent of the population who donned a military uniform at some point in their lives and took care of business. Without the service and sacrifice of that seven […]

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Russian Internet Traffic Detours Through China’s Frankfurt Outpost

By: Darren Pauli of Russian domestic internet traffic has in the past year sailed through Shanghai due to routing errors by China Telecom, network boffin Doug Madory says. The apparent networking gaffe appeared to stem from a BGP peering deal between the telco and top Russian mobile provider Vimpelcom to save money on transit […]

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Swedish Police Release Extensive Report Detailing Control of 55 ‘No-Go Zones’ by Muslim Criminal Gangs

By: Matt Danielsson via Swedish police have ceded control over 55 “no-go zones” to predominately Muslim criminal gangs. An extensive report mapping out 55 no-go zones was released Oct. 24, showing where law enforcement has all but handed control to criminal gangs. More News and this story continued at –

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In Cold War, U.S. Spy Agencies Used 1,000 Nazis

By: Eric Litchbau of via n the decades after World War II, the C.I.A. and other United States agencies employed at least a thousand Nazis as Cold War spies and informants and, as recently as the 1990s, concealed the government’s ties to some still living in America, newly disclosed records and interviews show. […]

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Hungarians Revolt Against Internet Tax

By: Furious with the government plan to impose tax on Internet data traffic, thousands of Hungarians rallied in front of the Economy Ministry in Budapest to protect the freedom of the internet from the ‘anti-democratic’ measure. More News and this story continued at –

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The Pipe Dream of the United Earth Directorate

The One World Order Will Fail, Humans Will Never Live Together in Peace By: FSD Webmaster | As the latest round of violence between Orthodox Christian Serbs and Sunni Muslim Albanians flares not on the battlefield, but on the grass of the soccer stadium, it is time again to revisit the complexities of the […]

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New Head of NATO Unchained, Wants to Move NATO Forces into Poland to Start Nuclear War with Russia

NATO New Chief Says Alliance Can Deploy Troops in Any Location By: NATO will make a decision regarding its so-called “spearhead” rapid reaction force next year, but even before that the alliance still can deploy its troops wherever it wants, new NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in an interview to Polish broadcaster TVP […]

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With All That’s Going on Out There, Don’t Forget About the Dealings of the Money Changers in the Background

Here We Go Again: Greece Will be in Default Within 15 Months, S&P Warns By: Tyler Durden via Remember Greece: the country that in 2010 launched Europe’s sovereign solvency crisis and the ECB’s own helpless attempts at intervention, which later was “saved”, only to default shortly thereafter (but without triggering CDS as that would […]

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Strong and Competent Russian President Leads His People to Prosperity with Approval of EAEU

Putin Signs Law Ratifying Treaty on Eurasian Economic Union By: President Vladimir Putin has signed into law the ratification of the treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), RIA Novosti reports on Friday. The treaty, which the presidents of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan signed in May, seals the three countries’ agreement on the transition […]

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It’s All About the Business: Western Oil Companies Eager to Make Big Profits with Russian Energy Operations

U.S. Sanctions on Arctic Oil Projects Deal Major Blow to ExxonMobil By: ITAR-TASS Washington’s sanctions against Arctic oil projects have dealt “a major blow” to the US corporation ExxonMobil, the French business newspaper Les Echos writes on Tuesday. Rosneft discovered in the Arctic region last week a field that in the future will allow Russia and […]

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Report: If Scotland breaks away, these 8 places in Europe could be next

Report: If Scotland breaks away, these 8 places in Europe could be next 9/18/14 via Washington Post Given Europe’s complicated history and cultural diversity, the existence of independence-minded groups and regions is understandable. Even so, the sheer number of separatist movements in Europe may surprise you. Some of these groups have transformed their desire for […]

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