…Jim Dean for Press TV Anti-Russia sanctions are sure to backfire on Europe by further deepening the ongoing economic crisis in EU, a political analyst says. Sun Aug 31, 2014 […]
Mike Williams interviews Cara St.Louis for Sage of Quay radio.
Until this past Monday, the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 on July 17th, 2014, was a potential game changer for global geopolitics and the New Cold War. However, a funny thing happened on the way to the Kremlin…originally posted on 21st Century Wire.
… by Cara St.Louis July 22, 2014: The verdict is in. Guilty on all counts, life in prison in absentia. Trying to get the Vortex crowd up to speed. Breaking […]
As a long time activist, I have always been puzzled (and frustrated) by the dogmatic attitude towards violence among American progressives. In European countries, the working class has organized itself into a militant anti-austerity movement, particularly in Spain, Greece and Italy. They smash windows, burn cars and corporate property, set up barricades and defend themselves against police brutality. In the US, in contrast, there is no cohesive austerity movement
OST-UKRAINE: Flugzeugabsturz – 300 Tote
Irrtum – oder Absicht? Und wenn Absicht: wessen Absicht? Wenn es Kiew war: Sollte Putins Maschine getroffen werden?
Für Malaysia Airlines ist dieser Fall besonders unangenehm, denn es ist schon das zweite Mysterium in kurzer Zeit. Die Fluglinie transportiert 37.000 Menschen PRO TAG. Anstandslos.
A passenger plane with 295 people on board has been shot down as it flew above eastern Ukraine, according to aviation sources.
The Malaysia Airlines plane, which was flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, was travelling at an altitude of 10km (6.2 miles) when it was shot down, Russia’s Interfax reported.
The Boeing 777 was brought down by a Buk ground-to-air missile, an adviser to the Ukrainian interior ministry quoted by the news agency said.
The new Tartars come from the west – letter to my Russian friends. Many things happen these days; and my problem is, that I know little of Russia, of Russian history and culture – and nothing of the Russian language. But during my visit to Moscow last weekend I literally „met“ the Russian Saint and hero, Ilya Muromets. His bust of white marble was positioned in a big official meeting room – his wonderful face and its strong expression met my immediate curiosity.
As of this morning, 10 July, 2014, we are in 57 countries!!! I have been striving to bring important but neglected perhaps stories to a page at Vortex I […]
Werden die Montagsdemos von Rechten unterwandert? Diesen Eindruck versucht man derzeit zu erwecken, wenn die zunehmend nicht mehr zu ignorierenden Versammlungen, Mahnwachen für den Frieden, überhaupt erwähnt werden.
“The Borg: We wish to improve ourselves. We will add your biological and technological distinctiveness to our own. Your culture will adapt to service ours. Picard: Impossible. My culture is based on freedom and self-determination. TB: Freedom is irrelevant. Self-determination is irrelevant. You must comply. Picard: We would rather die. TB: Death is irrelevant.”
Washington’s escalating military pressure against both Russia and China is bringing both Eurasian giants into close economic and even military cooperation. The latest indication of this is the signing in recent days of a mammoth natural gas agreement between Beijing and Moscow valued at $400 billion over the next 30-years. The agreement, signed after almost two decades of stalled negotiations, has major geopolitical implications.