Monthly News Review: September 2016 It has been a view held for several years at least, by many independent observers, that the United States and its partners in the west and middle east are in fact directly and indirectly supporting the jihadi terrorist groups in an effort to use them as a proxy army Continue Reading ›
Germany: Multiple Terror Attacks: Germany has seen multiple terror attacks in the space of a week. Monday 18th July a 17-year-old Afghan used an axe to attack passengers on a train, injuring four before being shot by police. Friday 22nd, an 18-year-old German-Iranian man fatally shot nine people in a Munich shopping mall, five on Continue Reading ›
Monthly News Review: June 2016. BREXIT SPECIAL On the 23rd June 2016, the United Kingdom held a referendum that asked the citizens of the UK if they wanted to remain or leave the European Union. One might wonder why a country like the UK would even hold a referendum in the first place. Continue Reading ›
Coup Attempt: On the night of the 15th July, a section of the Turkish military, several thousand in strength attempted a military coup. Ultimately it failed as the rebels made what appear to be some pretty basic errors. For instance they neglected to capture the president and he was then able to rally his supporters Continue Reading ›
Warning, Graphic and upsetting content. Nice Truck Attack: July 14 is Bastille day, a national celebration for the French. On July 14th of this year, there was a fireworks display on the beach in Nice attended by thousands of people. Families, mums, dads and kids. In what can only be described as a sickening Continue Reading ›
Baton Rouge Police Shootout: Following on from the shooting of Alten Sterling, and many other incidents that have made the news in recent years. Whereby it appears as if black males seem to die at the hands of the police in a manner that varies from questionable to outright cold blooded murder. A lone gunmen, Continue Reading ›
Baton Rouge. Alton Sterling Shot Dead: On July 5th Another black civilian is shot dead by the police, this time in Louisiana. Footage had emerged of two policeman pinning the suspect down and then shooting him several times in the chest at close range. They shout verbal warnings to him and say that he has Continue Reading ›
Dallas Shooter kills 5 police: Following on from the recent killings of two black citizens in the US by the police force, a retaliatory attack has occured in downtown Dallas at a Black Lives Matter protest march. The suspect, named as Michah Johnson (and black if your wondering) is now deceased after an armed standoff Continue Reading ›
Al-Mallah farms: A major event has happened in the war in Syria in the last couple of days. The SAA and allies have managed to reach Castello Road in northern Aleppo city, its the last road that the terrorists in northern Aleppo can use to resupply themselves from Turkey… or escape. The road runs through Continue Reading ›
Falcon Heights officer kills driver after broken light stop: Every year in the US over a thousand citizens are shot dead by the police. Proportionately to the population blacks get shot more than any other racial group. Its become a regular occurance that videos appear of police officers shooting civilians that are unarmed, tunning away, Continue Reading ›
IS Baghdad Bombs: On the 3rd of July, Baghdad, witnessed another horrific attack on innocent civilians, just the latest horror in a horror story that now stretches back the best part of 30 years. Over 250 people were killed and hundreds injured after Islamic State suicide bombers detonated their explosives in a busy Shia shopping Continue Reading ›
Fallujah taken: The Iraqi government forces and aligned militias have recaptured Fallujah from Islamic State. Good going lads, now keep pushing forward.
Ataturk Airport Explosions: On the 28th June, 45 people lost their lives and 230 were injured in a terrorist arrack on Turkey’s larget airport, Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul. Anyone familiar with Turkeys founding father Mustafa Kemal, otherwise known as Ataturk will know that he founded a secular country where religion and government are split. Continue Reading ›
Protests against labour reform: Mass protests in France have been going on for some weeks now. The people are protesting against the changes to the labour laws that in effect take away workers rights and privileges and give more power to companies/employers over their workforce. President Hollande who is apparently a socialist, has refused to Continue Reading ›
Syria, President Bashar al-Assad interview with Australian TV channel.
Nigel Farage’s first speech post-Brexit vote.
Brexit Farage victory speech and final speech at EU: Nigel Farage member of the European Parliament and leader of the UK Independance Party has led the United Kingdom to a referendum in which a majority of people have now voted to leave the EU. Had it not been for the pressure Farage and UKIP put Continue Reading ›
Battle of Fallujah: Footage of Iraqi forces fighting their way into the center of the city. Fallujah will soon be under the complete control of the Iraqi government.
SAA enter Raqqa: The Syrian Arab Army have entered Raqqa province as they march towards Raqqa city where they will inflict the final defeat on the Islamic State terrorists if there is any justice in this world. The SAA are in Raqqa for the first time since 2014, they have liberated the strategic Zakiyah crossroad, Continue Reading ›
Aleppo Intesifies: Footage of Syrian government reinforcements preparing to enter the battlefield in Aleppo. The battle of Aleppo is intense, the foreign backed terrorists are desperate to hang on to what they have left and are sending thousands of rockets into the government held civilian areas, meanwhile the western media makes up false and distorted Continue Reading ›
Monthly News Review: May 2016 Despite the huge effort in the US media by various groups from within and outside the Republican (GOP) Party, Donald Trump managed to secure enough delegates to ensure victory at the GOP convention in July when the delegates cast their votes for a new GOP leader. Trump will then Continue Reading ›