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Women really could be running the world if Hillary Clinton becomes president

If Hillary Clinton, now officially the Democratic candidate, wins the election in November, she’ll make history, and not just as America’s first female president. It would mean that for the first time ever, three of the world’s most powerful democracies would be led by women: the US, the UK, and Germany. 257 more words

NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM JULY 28 2016 - Geopolitics, Clinton, Russia & More

Source: GizaDeathStar.com
Dr. Joseph P. Farrell
July 28, 2016

Hungary’s Prime minister likes Trump, the French Prime Minister says simply to get used to terrorism, and the Democratic National Committee is claiming Russia is responsible for the recent wikileaks emails indicating more corruption from Hillary Clinton, and this has led to an explosion of speculation on the internet: would Russia do such a thing? 12 more words


Zimbabwe’s Threadbare Theatre of Reform

Zimbabwe’s Threadbare Theatre of Reform

Piers Pigou

Senior Consultant, Southern Africa

International Crisis Group

Zimbabweans are slowing rediscovering the courage to speak out as Zimbabwe’s much-vaunted reform process is consumed by insincerity, slow-burn crisis, and infighting over the succession to 92-year-old President Robert Mugabe. 1,940 more words


A reflection on Islam in the wake of the Martyrdom of Fr. Jacques Hamel

Today we are devastated by acts of terrorism, violence and death. This spillover of acts of terrorism are, according to French President Hollande, something with which we should learn to live. 1,189 more words

Our Lady Of Victory

The Kremlin to nominate Babich as its Ambassador to Ukraine? Better the devil you know?

Following on from yesterday’s entry regarding the surprise – or not – incorporation of the “Federal District of Crimea” into the Southern Federal District of the Russian Federation, and its forewarning (again) of Kremlin shenanigans that seem to concentrate both in the month of August and also around major international events (Rio Olympics this year also in August), the 28th July also saw The Kremlin remove its long-standing  Ambassador to Ukraine Mikhail Zurabov from his post. 1,606 more words


Anti-Russian Rhetoric Increases Among Democrats as Clinton Clinches Nomination

It seems like only yesterday the neoconservative, establishment frontrunner for the Republican Party Mitt Romney was mocked by Democrats for warning of a resurgent Russia. Today, the Democrats are the war hawks, ratcheting up their anti-Russian rhetoric to coincide perfectly with the most hawkish Democrat in the party, Hillary Clinton, taking the reins and formally accepting her nomination. 1,017 more words

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