U.N. planned international flood of migrants

U.N. planned international flood of migrants

By Ileana Johnson Paugh / Canada Free Press In case you were wondering about the planned invasion of Europe and other developed nations, including the United States, wonder no more. Today, The International Organization for Migration, a United Nations Migration Agency, funded partially and generously with your taxpayer dollars for 65 years, is holding an International […]

Whither France?

Whither France?

By Justin Raimondo / Antiwar.com In the post-9/11 world, our attention has been fixated on the Middle East, Afghanistan, and the Arab states in the north of Africa. More recently, North Korea has been added to the mix, as Kim Jong-un’s antics capture the spotlight. And yet the world beyond the Mideast and Eastasia is in […]

Can Macron save the world? Save France?

Can Macron save the world? Save France?

By Mike “Mish” Shedlock The markets appear giddy over the election prospects of Emmanuel Macron in France. Equities are up along with bond yields. Gold is down. The day is still young though. Macron won round one of the French election yesterday and will square off against Marine Le Pen in round two on May 7. […]

Netherlands: Poor people most punished by climate change costs

Netherlands: Poor people most punished by climate change costs

From Technocracy News Surprise, surprise. The Dutch have just figured out that climate change mitigation is being laid on the back of the poor. This arrangement is not an oversight, but a mega-trend. All climate woes are being blamed on citizens instead of the sprawling global corporations owned by oligarchs. Moreover, Sustainable Development aims to […]

What’s going on in Yemen?

What’s going on in Yemen?

From Israpundit RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Defense Secretary Jim Mattis called on Wednesday for a political solution in Yemen between Sunni Arabs, supported by a Saudi-led coalition, and Iranian-backed Houthis, but he stopped short of publicly warning America’s Sunni allies against a planned bombing campaign targeting the port city of Al Hudaydah. Human rights officials […]

Theresa May calls snap elections, Pound soars: Election coup?

Theresa May calls snap elections, Pound soars: Election coup?

By Mike “Mish” Shedlock UK prime minister Theresa May shocked the UK by calling for snap elections after stating just last month she would not do so. In response, the British Pound soared. The Labour Party is going to get smacked hard in the June election, and May will have free rein to do whatever she wants […]

Norway: Threat of jihad

Norway: Threat of jihad

By Judith Bergman / Gatestone Institute The Norwegian Police Security Service (PST) just published in February its yearly threat assessment. It concluded — as did its threat assessment for 2016 — that Norway might experience an Islamic terrorist attack from Islamic State (ISIS) sympathizers acting upon ISIS’s call to carry out independent attacks. The PST […]

Fascism and communism were two peas in a pod

Fascism and communism were two peas in a pod

By Michael de Sapio / FEE Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini have become, for many of us today, mere Hollywood villains – generic personifications of evil or (in Mussolini’s case) buffoonish authoritarianism. Yet their ideologies were rooted in specific philosophical ideas – ideas which had many respectable adherents in their day. Dictator Fanboys One person who understands this […]

Major Ukrainian offensive against the rebels coming up?

Major Ukrainian offensive against the rebels coming up?

By Mike “Mish” Shedlock On December 24, 2016, Ukraine Rebels Agreed to a New Indefinite Truce. It is the latest in many truces that neither side has honored since the Minsk Protocol, was signed on 5 September 2014. The Minsk ceasefire agreement completely collapsed in January 2015, with renewed heavy fighting across the conflict zone, including Donetsk […]

The deal of the century

The deal of the century

From Israpundit There is no end in sight for the Syrian War because both sides have a lot of fight left in them. This is due in part to the fact that losing is not an option for either and both sides are being financed by oil money. What started as a civil war in […]