Tag: Germany

“Repolonization” Of The Media Would Break Germany’s Infowar Yoke Over Poland

Poland’s Deputy Prime Minister pledged that the ruling Law & Justice Party (PiS) would “repolonize” his country’s media if it won the upcoming elections this fall, which would break Germany’s infowar yoke over the Central European state and go a long way towards making the EuroRealists’ dream of bloc-wide structural […]

Austria’s “Russiagate” Setup Targeted The EuroRealists Just As Much it Did The FPO

The most immediate target of Austria’s “Russiagate” setup was obviously the Russian-friendly FPO, but the timing at which the scandal broke two years after the fact strongly suggests that the real target is the rest of the EU’s EuroRealist parties ahead of the upcoming European Parliamentary elections this weekend. Austria’s […]

America’s Anti-Iran Conference in Poland Has More to do With Germany And France Than Iran

When Donald Trump announced America’s unilateral withdrawal from the 2015 JCPOA (aka Iran nuclear deal) and the subsequent re-imposition of ‘mega sanctions’ on Iran, the major leaders of Europe were incredibly vocal in their condemnation of Trump’s move. They likewise insisted that Germany, France, Britain and the EU as a […]

Since 1980, The USA Has Been Involved in 19 Wars – China Has Been Involved in None

Since 1980, China has been involved in a total of zero wars, zero foreign regime change missions and zero bombing campaigns against a foreign land. By contrast, the United States has made war upon, bombed or fomented regime change abroad on 19* separate occasions during that same period. Beyond this, […]

Presidential Systems Allow Mass Media to Promote Fatuous Politicians While Neglecting Intelligent Ones

The US media is in the midst of a collective obsession over a newly elected Congresswoman called Alexandria¬†Ocasio-Cortez of the Democratic party. In many ways,¬†Ocasio-Cortez is the liberal version of Donald Trump for the following reasons: –Both enjoy goading their respective bases with radical policies which challenge a long held […]

The Urban-Rural Divide is Becoming a Political Time-bomb in First World Western Nations

Traditionally, the wealth gap, sanitation gap, living standards gap and education gap between urban and rural populations was more pronounced in the developing world than in fully developed/first world nations. While many developing nations are working intensely to close this gap with China set to reduce rural poverty to 0% […]

Afghanistan: Asia’s Ukraine

While much of the world has been transfixed by the post-2014 Ukraine conflict and its historical origins, Afghanistan’s internal conflicts and Kabul’s conflicts with its neighbours have followed much the same pattern. The main differences is that Afghanistan’s troubles have been going on for far longer. To understand the similarities […]