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To the west of Eurasia lays Europe, a region predisposed to division. It is surrounded on nearly all sides by islands and peninsulas that make it difficult for Europe to cohere. Europe is a continent riven by pockets of distinct cultures whose differences are all too often irreconcilable.

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Nicola Sturgeon: Boris Johnson cannot force Scotland to stay in UK ‘against its will’

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Scotland’s first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has cautioned British Prime Minister Boris Johnson against trying to block a second independence referendum, asserting that her country cannot be kept in the...
English nationalism

UK Election – Victory For English Nationalism Under The Banner Of Brexit

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Johanna Ross,journalist based in Edinburgh,Scotland LONDON – Overnight the electoral map of the UK has changed significantly. Scotland is once again bathed in a sea of yellow, as England...
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Britain Officially Starts Withdrawal From the European Union

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Johnson has stated that Britain will withdraw from the EU, a move known as Brexit, with or without a deal in place.
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The Matrix Of Anti-Russian Hysteria In The Balkans

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Over the last couple of years we are witnessing anti-Russian hysteria in the Balkans, where Russia is allegedly involved in various coup attempts (Montenegro), assassinations (Azem Vlasi) or the destruction of the SFRY (General Grahovac). All of these alleged “attempts” by Russia always end unsuccessfully, with failed assassinations, coups or conspiracies discovered.
Thousands of people walk for the climate in Paris on October 13, 2018 (photo Francois Guillot AFP)

Climate and the Money Trail

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It is worth noting who is promoting the current flood of propaganda and climate activism.
Anti-Brexit supporters react as they gather outside the Supreme Court in London, Sept. 24, 2019 (Frank Augstein/AP)

PM Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament was ‘unlawful’ – UK Supreme Court

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The UK Supreme Court has ruled that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted unlawfully when he decided to prorogue (suspend) parliament for five weeks, plunging Britain into a constitutional crisis.
Belgrade under the NATO attack (photo: Srđan Ilić)

Forgotten Aggression on Yugoslavia: Goals, Consequences and Lessons

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On March 24. 1999, the US-led NATO started the bombing campaign against Yugoslavia, in which NATO used between 10 and 15 tons of depleted uranium.
Aleksandar Vucic, The President of Serbia (photo Balkans Post)

The disappearing time: What is the end game of Aleksandar Vucic?

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Today world is not ideological extremized like in the 30s and 40s years of twenty century, but still Empire have tools to use it against non obeying government.
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