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Politics

Russian President Putin Accuses ‘Enemies Of Assad’ Of Planning False-Flag Chemical Attacks

April 11, 2017 John Hayward, Breitbart 0

Russian President Putin declared that the recent chemical attack in Idlib, Syria, was a false-flag event, which is an operation staged by one government to make it look like it was committed by another. He said his intelligence sources report that anti-Assad militants are transporting toxic agents into several parts of Syria with the intent of blaming Assad.

Globalism

The German Government Will Allow 270,000 Syrian Migrants To Bring In Their Families, Which Could Double The Immigrant Population

April 7, 2017 Michelle Martin, Reuters 0

The German government, supported by Angela Merkel, granted nearly 270,000 Syrians in Germany the right to bring in family members. More than a million migrants flocked to Germany in 2015 and 2016, but arrivals have dropped significantly. This new rule is expected to cause Merkel and her Party to fall in popularity in the upcoming September elections.

Freedom

Germany Will Heavily Fine Social Media Networks If They Do Not Promptly Remove Comments That Are Critical Of Government Officials Or Their Policies

The German cabinet is backing a law to prohibit free speech on the Internet. Under the guise of preventing so-called fake news and hate speech, they have proposed fining social-media outlets, such as Facebook and Twitter, as much as $53 million if they fail to delete undesired content within 24 hours.

Globalism

Ron Paul Asks An Interesting Question: Could Nuclear Threats By North Korea Be An Insider Game That Provides An Excuse To Increase Military Spending?

April 6, 2017 Ron Paul Institute 0

Ron Paul analyses recent nuclear threats by North Korea and concludes that, while one should never be complacent about such things, we should be aware that the greatest power of nuclear weapons is psychological, meaning that merely threatening to use them can produce benefits that could not be achieved by actually using them. Paul says that, in the past, North Korea manipulated the US by making threats in order to receive large amounts of money to cease the rhetoric. On the other side, the US military industrial complex profited immensely by using the nuclear threat to justify even more military spending. The ongoing threat of war can be profitable for both sides in this game.