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Greek people move to the ammo box against banksters and politicians as eight years of trying the ballot box fails

A few years ago the Greek people sought to change their government in an attempt to stop the looting and pillaging of their country by the EU and Troika following the 2008 financial crisis, and the un-elected rule placed upon them through Goldman Sachs technocrat Lucas Papademus.  This of course led to the installation of the Syriza party and the current Prime Minister Alexis Tsipris. But in 2013 the Greek ...

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China Responds to U.S. Threats on its Waters: Unveils Nuclear Missile System Capable of Destroying All U.S. Military Bases in Far East

Before Barack Obama left office, finishing his term as President of the United States (POTUS), the country’s relationship with China was deteriorating. The cause was simple: The South China Sea. Although an international court has declared that China should cede control of the sea to the Philippines, a major ally of the United States, China has refused to do so. China claims the ruling was biased, and that ...

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Americans can thank the failed War on Drugs as Heroin and opiod deaths now surpass gun homicides

When the planes hit the World Trade Center towers in 2001, it also marked the year with the lowest amount of illegal opium and heroin imports out of the country of Afghanistan.  And despite the fact that the majority of 9/11 terrorists were from Saudi Arabia and not the Central Asian country, President George Bush conned Americans into believing that we needed to go to war with the Afghans because they were ...

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US Admits Using Radioactive Weapons in Syria that Left Thousands of Iraqi Babies Deformed

One of the least talked about war crimes committed by the United States is the use of depleted uranium — a highly controversial radioactive waste that’s been dumped into Iraq by the ton. In spite of multiple international watchdog groups and health organizations pointing out the dangers of using DU, and in spite of the Pentagon claiming they wouldn’t use it, the United States just admitted to using it in Sy ...

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Warmongers in congress introduce bill to prevent Trump from loosening sanctions on Russia

By Sergey Gladysh A group of senators led by Lindsey Graham (R-SC), and Ben Cardin (D-MD) plan to introduce legislation that would impose strict new congressional oversight and veto power over the Trump administration if it decided to lift sanctions on Russia. According to a CNN report, if passed, the new bill titled “The Russia Review Act” would require the White House to submit a report detailing why it w ...

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America is headed toward a Civil War

And we'll see it in our life time. I think we are getting close to calling Liberals Domestic Terrorists and that is dangerous. That is how inner-war gets started. That is how it starts in other war torn countries. A lot of people out there think there is a Left / Globalist / Communist / Muslim cabal of sorts pulling these strings. Or could "Civil War" be too strong of a term for this? Could we be in a "Cold ...

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Trump administration ending sanctions against Russia one piece at a time

While psychopathic warmonger John McCain berates President Trump for not sending in lethal arms to Ukraine to fight against the 'Russian influence', the President on Thursday quietly dismantled one portion of sanctions against the Eurasian power that had been imposed upon them by former President Barack Obama. Graphic courtesy of Mother Jones Using the newly confirmed Secretary of State to execute the repea ...

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Congresswoman Who Says U.S. Funds ISIS Just Got Back from Syria: Here’s What She Found

By Darius Shahtahmasebi at theantimedia.org Democratic Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, the lawmaker who accused the U.S. government of funding and arming ISIS and introduced a bill to prevent it from happening in future, recently disclosed that she met with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad during her recent trip to Syria. The move has reportedly angered many of her fellow congressmen and women. Upon returning ...

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Thousands of US Troops Head for Russian Border

(ANTIWAR) Having arrived in Germany a few days ago, a mass of over 3,000 US ground troops backed by a large column of American tanks began advancing eastward toward the Russian border yesterday, heading across Poland as part of a major NATO operation called Atlantic Resolve. Unlike a lot of more specific war-games simulating explicit wars on certain fronts, Atlantic Resolve was initially launched just to sp ...

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BREAKING: Syria Accuses Israel of Bombing Airport, Vows to Retaliate

Damascus, Syria — Israeli jets just bombed a Syrian Revolutionary Guard airport near Damascus, and Syrian officials are now accusing Tel Aviv of supporting terrorism. According to several reports, the Mezzeh airport just west of the capital city was hit with a bombardment from Israeli military jets, leaving an as-yet unknown number of people dead. “The Syrian Arab Army has warned that there will be repercus ...

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Barack Obama receives the ‘Nobel War Prize’

President Barack Obama will end his eight years in office with two dubious records no other Commander-in-Chief ever achieved.  First, he is the only President to never have a single year of 3% or higher economic growth during his tenure. And the second one will be the antithesis to how he started his eight year run in office when the Nobel committee gave him the Peace Prize. From January 2009 to January 201 ...

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Barack Obama receives the 'Nobel War Prize'

President Barack Obama will end his eight years in office with two dubious records no other Commander-in-Chief ever achieved.  First, he is the only President to never have a single year of 3% or higher economic growth during his tenure. And the second one will be the antithesis to how he started his eight year run in office when the Nobel committee gave him the Peace Prize. From January 2009 to January 201 ...

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