Supremacism, Social Darwinism

Meet King Charles, The Great Resetter

Corbett • 05/05/2023  Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed While most of the the public’s attention is falling on the obvious issues—the monarchy’s increasing irrelevance to the 21st century, the colossal waste of taxpayer resources that go towards the upkeep of the world’s richest family and their multiple palaces, the dark history of slavery and other colonial abuses for […]

No sympathy for tycoons losing palaces and yachts abroad – Putin

RT | February 21, 2023 Ordinary Russians feel no sympathy for their rich compatriots who had their assets frozen by Western countries, President Vladimir Putin stated on Tuesday. Addressing the Federal Assembly in his key annual program speech he argued that in their kitchen conversations ordinary Russians remembered both the privatization of the 1990s and […]

Face masks – Medical Protection, or Badge of Obedience?

By Martin Hanson | OffGuardian | February 15, 2023 I don’t normally watch TVNZ’s Seven Sharp, but on 5th October 2021 we were told that an immunologist would be on the programme to debunk certain ‘Covid myths’. One such ‘myth’ was the belief that natural immunity is superior to vaccine-induced immunity. In response, clinical immunologist Dr. Maia […]

Germany years away from replacing Russian gas – official

RT | January 23, 2023 Germany is a long way from fully substituting Russian pipeline gas supplies with liquefied natural gas (LNG), estimates by the country’s Economy Ministry show. According to a document published on the Bundestag website, Germany imported 55 billion cubic meters (bcm) of Russian natural gas in 2021. The document also shows that Germany’s […]

‘Globalization Has Died and Davos 2023 Was Its Funeral Ceremony’

Sputnik – 21.01.2023 The World Economic Forum’s annual meeting took place in Davos on January 16-20, 2023. International observers sat down with Sputnik to formulate the main message of the gathering in a nutshell. “This year’s forum featured the new state of the world: divided, resentful, and grim,” Gal Luft, director of the Washington-based Institute […]