A very tiny meeting of geopolitical mad hatters met on Syria’s Golan on Sunday, 16 June, to name a very tiny bit of the stolen property “Trump Heights.” PM Netanyahu’s tiny gathering came on the heels of his wife’s guilty plea to stealing — er, “misusing” — public funds. Among the many missing from the … Continue reading Mad Hatters Meet on Stolen Property & Create Fake Trump Heights on Syria’s Golan
On 23 June 2016, a referendum took place in the UK and was labeled among other terms ‘Brexit’ a short form for ‘Britain Exit the EU’. In case you don’t know what’s a ‘referendum’ don’t worry, one of the leading universities in the UK itself Cambridge University explained it as: Referendum: a vote in which … Continue reading UK & EU Abolished Democracy – Exit the Brexit
The Algerian authorities have expelled a Reuters reporter from the country after spreading fake news about clashes with protesters in its capital. Tarek Ammarah is a Tunisian reporter working for Reuters who entered Algeria a couple of days ago to cover the ‘events in the country’, seems not what’s happening but his own agenda. The … Continue reading Algeria Expels Reuters Reporter for Spreading Fake News
While the foreign supporters of the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad know what they want, the objectives of the states, that want to help the regime's opponents, remain unclear.
Very hard the USA strategists and their allies in many NATO members states intelligence services worked to get a term that would be attractive to the masses, easy to be used and serves as a demonizing term when the zero hour is determined to launch the Creative Chaos in the Middle East & North Africa, they … Continue reading Who Is The Syrian Regime?
Bu Azizi burnt himself and suddenly a revolution sweeping the Arab world from Tunisia in the west to Syria in the east, skipping some countries for some reasons. A spontaneous public uprising, as what mainstream media and western leaders like to describe the riots which saw the ousting and chaos replacing long times of stability … Continue reading The Arab Spring, A Spontaneous Public Uprising, Or Is It?