With their national election concluded, today many Canadians now are probably struggling to understand the result: The Liberals under Justin Trudeau swept into office after they gained a majority of the parliamentary seats. Not many pundits and party loyalists expected the incumbent, Steven Harper, to form another Conservative government.
Mr Janis Sarts, director of NATO's "Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence" (Stratcom), basis in Riga, has declared that Russian nationalists are to blame for the rise in racism in Europe. What Stratcom calls "racism" is mostly the reaction of desperate members of the European native middle and underclasses to the tsunami of refugees
Just five days after it was revealed that former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and then President George W. Bush had made a pact to attack Iraq and overthrow the country's sovereign government a full year before the invasion took place another snake has slithered from under the hay in the form of Sir Jeremy Heywood.
The reason so many voters admire Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump, even though both have no idea what really needs to be done, is that these two are the only candidates who are raising a fuss about a politial system that serves only a few. As former President Jimmy Carter recently said, America is no longer a democracy. America is an oligarchy
The recent insinuation by a European Union President that political parties opposed to NATO should not be in or near Government and the half-apology by ex-Prime Minister of the UK Tony Blair over the foreign policy disaster called Iraq brings into question what the West is and where it is going.
President Aníbal Silva of Portugal leaves no room for doubt after his speech appointing the incumbent Prime Minister, Pedro Coelho, to form a government after the general election on October 4. He confirmed that NATO is a supra-national organization with unconstitutional powers which interfere directly in the affairs of its member states.
Disinformation is defined as false information that is given to people in order to make them believe something or to hide the truth. It is used as a psychological warfare method in the media, politics, the economy, sports and military. One of the primary reasons people prefer accessing social media is the instant updates of global news they receive
Hillary Clinton, the person who called Russia's Syria policy as it denounced the growing influence of terrorists "despicable", looked somber as she answered questions fired by a Congressional Committee. The point is not whether she showed incompetence over the Benghazi attack, rather that she and Obama have destroyed the Democratic Party and...
These days, so much of the political headlines emanating from the U.S., center on one person: Donald Trump. Even the American MSM by their own admission though begrudgingly at times grants him much more exposure than they would like to.
Can the world understand the evil of an American alliance and the consequences of an irresponsible diplomacy inspired by neocons or nutty professor Brzezinski? Vladimir Putin is a friend of Syria and Iran, and he has become a friend of Iraq and Egypt
"There are an estimated 5,000 to 7,000 fighters from Russia and other CIS member states fighting for ISIL," Putin said referring to IS by its former name."We certainly cannot allow them to use the experience they are getting in Syria on home soil."
Even to those who do not watch closely it has to be apparent that Washington's vast disinformation machine is finally out of control, seriously awry, or desperate. The latest foray in apparent media manipulation was the claim by US "anonymous sources" that four Russian missiles targeting terrorist groups in Syria, landed in Iran.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Barack Obama has reneged on his promise to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan. By no means is this the first promise he has broken and it must be feared it will not be the last, given the man's track record. The reason why US troops are remaining in Afghanistan is a simple one