Daily Archives: January 8, 2015

France Armed Terrorists that Struck Paris | Tony Cartalucci


(Global Research, 8 January 2015) France, as part of a NATO-led coalition, has been arming, funding, aiding, and otherwise perpetuating Al Qaeda terrorists for years, beginning, on record in Libya with the overthrow of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi and continuing until today with … Continue reading

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Dresden and Its Dangerous Demonstrators | Victor Grossman


(MR Zine, 3 January 2015)   Dresden, Saxony’s beautiful capital, has a distinguished history.  One ruler, August the Strong, could bend horseshoes with his bare hands and, so legend has it, sired 354 children.  In 1697 he pushed and bribed … Continue reading

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