Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with the Rossiya-1 TV channel that his country is not responsible for the migration situation on the eastern border of the European Union but is ready to help.
The business of war is profitable. In one year alone, 2011, the 100 largest contractors sold $410 billion in arms and military services. Just 10 of those companies sold over $208 billion.
London should look at its own crimes in destroying Iraq before lecturing other nations on the issue of refugees, the spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry said, on Sunday, responding to comments by the UK foreign secretary.
Unreported or underreported by the Press thousands of Australians took to the streets of Melbourne to protest over both a vaccine mandate and a proposed bill that would give Victoria State Premier Daniel Andrews more power to declare a pandemic and impose lockdowns.
The largest military operation in history commenced on 22 June 1941. Millions of German troops crossed the German-Soviet border and clashed with the Red Army. Adolf Hitler and German commanders expected to be able to defeat the Soviet Union in three months.
Creating a war psychosis, the NATO West’s media are hyping war with Russia despite NATO recently suffering international ridicule following their humiliating retreat from Afghanistan and abandoning their assets to nomadic tribesmen.
Books educate and inspire. Books help us to become better (or worse) human beings. Books are a mirror reflection of what we are. Show me a person’s bookcase and I know as much as I need to know about that person.
Over 100 thousand people took part in the Independence Day march in Warsaw after Poland’s nationalist government found a loophole that allowed the event, even though a court earlier declared it illegal due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Taxes contributed by the slave class cascade from the ever-giving money tree into the coffers of the ruling elite. With so many tax scams operating the trick is to discover which swindle emerges the winner.
In Britain, there is growing despondency over hapless government, both national and local. Political and military miscalculation and failure is not however a modern phenomenon. Britain’s success on the world’s battlefields is often been down to a combination of good luck, timing, cocksure invincibility, or favourable alliance with other nations.