Monthly Archives: November 2015

Certain elements in the French regime want to make it illegal to expose conspiracies

The State Against The Republic by Thierry Meyssan At the request of President François Hollande, the French Socialist Party has published a note on the international “conspiracy theorist” movement. His goal: to prepare new legislation prohibiting it to express itself. … Continue reading

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The divergent political styles of Tahir Elçi and Joseph P. Ganim

I don’t know who shot Tahir Elçi dead, but I know the Turkish regime certainly benefits from his death.

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Manospherian happenings on 24 November 2015

https://yourwifeisevolving.wordpress.com/2015/11/24/10-reasons-youre-told-to-avoid-unmonetized-work/ http://anotherandrosphereblog.blogspot.com/2015/11/a-reason-not-to-join-army-especially-if.html https://bonald.wordpress.com/2015/11/23/grace-and-pelagianism-in-movies/ http://uncabob.blogspot.com/2015/11/the-patriarchal-family-in-history.html http://citadelfoundations.blogspot.tw/2015/11/is-technological-responsibility-possible.html

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Turkish military shot down Russian bomber; pilots ejected

Some (apparently Turkish) sources claim that the shooting was done by Turkish F-16s: A military official, quoted by Turkey’s Dogan news agency, said the plane was shot down by Turkish F16s, and that the pilot was given prior warning. http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/act-war-turkey-shoots-down-russian-military-jet/ri11406Continue reading

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Oskar Lafontaine , a German, responds to Nuland’s contempt for the EU

Oskar Lafontaine wrote: “The US ‘Defense’ secretary, i.e., war minister is in Berlin. He called on Europe to counter Russian ‘aggression’. But in fact, it is US aggression which Europeans should be opposing. “The Grandmaster of US diplomacy, George Kennan … Continue reading

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