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Peters can't name his deputy

Today Winston Peters coudn’t or wouldn’t name the deputy leader of NZ First. That’s bizarre.

There seems to have been a flare up of a battle for the deputy position, with claims that Ron Mark has challenged Tracey Martin for the leader-in-waiting slot in the NZ First caucus. 327 more words


John Stringer and the Conservative coup

John Stringer has lead the calls from within the Conservative Party to oust Colin Craig not only as leader but right out of the party. He has made himself available to media and also seems to have been leaking information to Whale Oil. 1,828 more words


The Western Coup in Ukraine May Self Destruct Yet

From New Eastern Outlook, by jim W. Dean, Jun 2015

The American-EU disaster brought upon poor Ukraine as a pseudo attack on Russia is not working out as planned. 690 more words

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Book Review: Kalyug (2014)

Kalyug by R. Sreeram

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I was not entirely sure I would like this book when I first read the description, but I decided to give it a try. 430 more words

Ukraine’s President Poroshenko Says Overthrow of Yanukovych Was a Coup

Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko requests the supreme court of Ukraine to declare that his predecessor, Viktor Yanukovych, was overthrown by an illegal operation; in other words, that the post-Yanukovych government, including Poroshenko’s own Presidency, came into power from a coup, not from something democratic, not from any authentic constitutional process at all. 852 more words


Honduras, June 28, 6th anniversary of US-led coup; Honduras resistance is alive and jumping

By David Swanson
June 23, 2015
Washington’s Blog

June 28 will mark 6 years since the U.S.-backed military coup in Honduras took the people’s government away from them. 921 more words

Poroshenko tells Constitutional Court that ousting of ex-President Yanukovich was illegal

From Macedonia Online — MINA
20 June 2015

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko appealed to the country’s constitutional court, asking the court to recognize the ousting of former President Viktor Yanukovych in February 2014 as illegitimate. 992 more words