Tag: assassination

George Soros a threat to national security say Russians

Billionaire hedge fund manager George Soros has committed hundreds of millions of dollars to what the Jewish speculator claims are ‘civil society initiatives’ aimed at shaping political discourse and processes in many countries. Moscow banned the activities of the George Soros Open Society Foundations (OSF) in 2015, deeming they pose a threat to national security and Russia’s constitutional order.

The United States Leads the World in Assassinations

Since 1865 more U.S. heads of state have been assassinated than in any other country.  Abraham Lincoln (1865), James A. Garfield (1882), William McKinley (1901) and John F. Kennedy (1963) were all cut down. There was also an attempted assassination of Franklin D. Roosevelt in Miami on February 15, 1933. Had it succeeded then war with Germany might well have been averted.

Derision for Europe’s Loopiest Leader

An Afghan man in his 20s was gunned down by cops after a bloody knife attack in the Swedish town of Vetlanda that left seven people injured. The assassin has been arrested on suspicion of several cases of attempted murder, but bizarrely not charged with terrorism.

America’s Greatest Loss of Life on Water

On April 27, 1865, the United States experiences its worst maritime disaster in history. Mere weeks after the Civil War came to an end, the steamboat; Sultana exploded and sank in the Mississippi River, killing an estimated 1,200 to 1,800 Union prisoner of war soldiers who were released and on their way home.

Slovakia Republic Succeeds where Trump Failed

The Republic of Slovakia, one of the powerful Visegrad Group of nations and hostile to Brussels, has successfully drained the nation’s swamp. Top-ranking officials have been removed from office or arrested in Slovakian Prime Minister Igor Matovič’s anti-corruption drive in the small Central-Eastern European country.

The Miner Who Overthrew a Dictator

The winter air was frozen during a huge miner’s demonstration taking place in a Timisoara square. It was December 17, 1989. Thousands of unpaid Romanian miners listened to yet another Marxist diatribe urging patience. Platitudes from the Communist leadership grouped on a government building balcony droned over the stone-faced coalminers.

The Killer the Cops couldn’t Kill

‘I had the privilege of knowing and becoming a friend of the international tracker and survival specialist, Eddie McGee (1938-2002). A former Special Air Forces (SAS) army sergeant, Eddie achieved international fame when in 1982 he used his phenomenal tracking skills to track down triple-killer, Barry Prudom (1944-1982).