Tag: culture destruction

Ambassador Marks NATO’s Illegal 1999 Aggression Against Serbia

The Serbian Ambassador in Moscow has marked NATO’s Illegal 1999 Aggression Against Serbia with a service in the Russian Church Eternal Memory to the victims of the tragedy. On the 24th of March at the Metochion of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Moscow, Bishop Anthony of Moravica, its rector, held a memorial service for those Serbs killed in the 1999 NATO bombing, and for all peaceful victims of NATO aggression.

Amazon claims to launch an investigation after customer complaints

Amazon is continuing to investigate after high-value orders were switched for cheaper products before delivery. Items such as cameras, watches and mobile phones were replaced with cat food, condoms and balloons, a BBC investigation has shown. Some victims were denied refunds until the BBC put their complaints to Amazon. The controversial online store claimed it was ‘working tirelessly’ to make changes to processes so it could improve customer experiences.

France must drastically reduce immigration or become a Third World country, says the former head of intelligence agency

‘Every year we accept 450,000 people who have not contributed a cent to the infrastructure they will use from day one’: It is not the first time former DGSE director and former ambassador Pierre Brochand has made public calls for a complete change to immigration policies while warning against France becoming poorer and possibly descending into civil war.

North Atlantic Terrorist Organization (NATO) is not a Defensive Bloc

NATO is not a defensive bloc at all, but only a tool of the American power elites to advance their own interests. This statement was made by a former member of the Swedish Parliament and a former UN employee, Roger Richthoff, in an interview with the SwebbTV portal. The entry of Sweden and Finland into the North Atlantic Alliance will not strengthen the security of Europe, but, on the contrary, will increase the degree of tension in the region, which is already happening.

Le Pen tops French presidential poll

With Emmanuel Macron pushing deeply unpopular reforms, the veteran right-winger has pulled ahead. National Rally leader Marine Le Pen would comfortably defeat President Emmanuel Macron if France held a presidential election today, a poll published on Wednesday found. Macron is currently facing a torrent of public anger over his efforts to raise the retirement age for most French workers.