“Maidan” in France, or a national uprising? Ollie Richardson’s compleat guide to the Gilets Jaunes

OLLIE RICHARDSON—And here is where the problem lies: since society is extremely fragmented and essentially a hodgepodge of the “fruits” of colonialism, migrants (those who have their roots outside France) don’t mind smashing things up. For them it is revenge for what France did to their homeland. And they will never become “French”, nor do they want to, since they know that there is no “Liberté, égalité, fraternité” in France. This is the core of the matter, and not liberal tears about “violence”. If people felt like they were a part of something and that the state cared about them, then the desire to torch a car or loot a shop wouldn’t rise to the surface.


The U.S. Government’s Plan Is to Conquer Russia by a Surprise Invasion

ERIC ZUESSE—Like many traditionalists, that observer refuses to consider that the royal Saud family might be dominant over the Jewish billionaires, instead of vice-versa such as is the case because the Sauds control the exchange-rate of the dollar and the Jewish billionaires don’t even control much oil at all. But that’s a relatively minor disagreement, in the present context.


The Macron Implosion – Will it Spread to Other EU Members?

PETER KOENIG—Come to think of it – NATO. Wasn’t it Emmanuel Macron, who called a few weeks ago for an independent European army? That would make NATO obsolete – well, or would it? If taken by the letter, NATO has been obsolete for the last almost 30 years, but of course, nobody takes NATO by the letter. NATO is a killing force for the empire, and a huge trillion-dollar profit-making proposition for the US military industrial complex. So, when Macron called for a European army, he may have upset some very violent interest groups, those who literally make a killing from killing. He may have gone a step too far in his imaginary role as King Macron.