The Failed Spy Who Helped Start WWII

It’s 1939. Hitler is planning the invasion of Poland, but he needs a plausible justification for this act of blatant aggression – the claim to Danzig will hardly be sufficient. Hitler turns to a consistently reliable and so-far loyal underling – Heinrich Himmler. An ex-student, esoteric occultist and former chicken farmer (with rather limited success) […]

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NATO Games Depicting Turkey As “The Enemy” Planned Months in Advance

Last year, NATO conducted a military drill in which Erdoğan was depicted as “the enemy”, leading a country intended to resemble Turkey in all but name. In response, Turkey decided to withdraw its troops from the joint NATO drill. Reports say that the incident took place a week before the drill’s end. It started on […]

The US is Building Detention Camps in Syria

According to the New York Times, the US is spending over one million dollars on building detention facilities in Syria. These facilities are guarded by the PKK’s Syrian offshoot, the YPG, and are holding thousands accused of belonging to Da’esh, including 400 people from more than three dozen countries (and their family members). The suspects […]

Blow up Your Own Cities: A Marxist Trend

The YPG lost Afrin, probably for good. Their defences collapsed as Turkish troops advanced, killing over 3000 YPG and regime militiamen – militiamen sent in an attempt to discourage the Turkish army.[1] In Manbij, this had worked; regime troops and US forces ostentatiously flew their flags to discourage Turkey from pushing forward. It didn’t work […]

Trump isn’t Firing Globalists, He’s Hiring Them

Trump recently dismissed Gary Cohn, his top economic adviser. Cohn had long disagreed with Trump,  from issues such as his muted response to the “Unite the Right” violence waged in his name to steel tariffs. Shortly after Cohn was fired, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was gone too. Tillerson had done himself few favours either. […]