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  • Notre-Dame de Paris Fire and the War on Beauty
    on April 16, 2019 at 5:52 pm

    The burning of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris should be seen as an act of war by the state on the Church. We do not need proof. 200 years of Free Masonic war on the Church in France is enough to justify our suspicion. […]

  • Traditionalism after 2016
    by Levan Vasadze on April 16, 2019 at 4:59 pm

    The March 29-31, World Congress of Families. Between speakers - Italy’s vice premier Matteo Salvini, President Igor Dodon of Moldova, and Syriac Catholic Patriarch Ignace Younan III. Full speech of Levan Vasadze Good morning! […]

  • Don't Over-Hype The Putin-Kim Summit, But Don't Downplay It Either
    by Andrew Korybko on April 16, 2019 at 12:12 pm

    The upcoming Putin-Kim Summit tentatively scheduled for sometime later this month shouldn't be over-hyped as a game-changing development like some in the Alt-Media are prone to do, yet it also shouldn't be downplayed as insignificant like the Mainstream Media will probably do too. […]

  • Distributed Heartland and the importance of multipolar discours
    by Alexander Dugin on April 16, 2019 at 10:24 am

    The book of Sasha Rossmüller «Geopolitische Zeitenwende Multipolarität statt Imperialismus» is extremely important and actual. We are certainly living in the age of transition. […]

  • Election in Finland: No to NATO!
    by Mads Jacobsen on April 15, 2019 at 9:34 pm

    On Sunday 14th April the election for the Finnish parliament took place which brought interesting results from a geopolitical perspective.   The three biggest parties to emerge from the vote were the Social Democratic Party of Finland (SDP), the Finns Party and the National Coalition Party (NCP).   While the NCP holds typical modern western liberal, pro-EU and Atlanticist views the two other parties went into the election with a different agenda. &nbs […]