Day: July 11, 2020

kissinger’s-adoration-of-the-1815-congress-of-vienna:-a-master-key-into-universal-history
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Kissinger’s Adoration of the 1815 Congress of Vienna: A Master Key into Universal HistoryKissinger’s Adoration of the 1815 Congress of Vienna: A Master Key into Universal History

The incredibly shrinking Henry Kissinger is known for many things, but a revolutionary is not one of them. Over the years of service to the empire, the career geopolitician has been consistent in his unfailing commitment to 1) destroy the Westphalian system of sovereign nation states, 2) promote population control across the developing sector, 3) […]

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protests-in-serbia-send-clear-warning-to-president-vucic-(video)
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Jul
2020

Protests in Serbia send clear warning to President Vucic (Video)Protests in Serbia send clear warning to President Vucic (Video)

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss the ongoing protests in Serbia, which initially started over President Vucic’s decision to impost strict covid lockdowns, but have now morphed into a deeper unrest and dissatisfaction with the Serbian President’s government. Support Free Speech: Subscribe to The Duran on YouTube – Find us on BitChute. The Duran […]

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good-communism
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Jul
2020

Good CommunismGood Communism

About communist society Karl Marx formed the terms socialism and communism. Both terms present political systems in which the society owns the means of production, but there are differences. Vladimir Lenin presented them by the sentence: the goal of socialism is communism.

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dark-day-for-christianity,-dark-day-for-greeks.-hagia-sophia-to-become-mosque-(video)
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Jul
2020

Dark day for Christianity, dark day for Greeks. Hagia Sophia to become mosque (Video)Dark day for Christianity, dark day for Greeks. Hagia Sophia to become mosque (Video)

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss the decision by Turkish leader Erdogan, and Turkish courts, to convert the Hagia Sophia, a global symbol of Christianity and Orthodox faith, into a mosque. Support Free Speech: Subscribe to The Duran on YouTube – Find us on BitChute. The Duran Audio Podcast:Follow on Soundcloud – Subscribe on iTunes. Via […]

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istanbul-moves-towards-islamic-nationalism-as-hagia-sophia-is-redesignated-a-mosque-[video]
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Jul
2020

Istanbul moves towards Islamic nationalism as Hagia Sophia is redesignated a Mosque [Video]Istanbul moves towards Islamic nationalism as Hagia Sophia is redesignated a Mosque [Video]

Russia Today and the BBC both report that the Hagia Sophia (The Church of Holy Wisdom), the single largest Church in Byzantium, is to be repurposed as a mosque. This move ends 86 years of the building serving a “neutral purpose” as a museum, where neither Muslim nor Christian was allowed to pray in open […]

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what-should-one-do-with-fake-news-journalists?-–-a-critical-view
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2020

What should one do with fake news journalists? – a critical viewWhat should one do with fake news journalists? – a critical view

PJ Media is one of a very few truly excellent independent news and opinion outlets. Recently they ran a piece entitled “Should Journalists Go to Jail for Spreading Russia Lies?” The writer puts forward the title question in a very straightforward way with the first instinctual answer being “no.” However, the author goes on to […]

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the-second-civil-war,-part-iii-update:-dr-steve-turley-largely-confirms-[video]
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2020

The Second Civil War, Part III UPDATE: Dr Steve Turley largely confirms [Video]The Second Civil War, Part III UPDATE: Dr Steve Turley largely confirms [Video]

The Second American Civil War has a geographical dividing line rather different than the first Civil War did. The Mason-Dixon Line was a figurative reference for a long geographical border separating the Slave States from the Union States (a.k.a. “Free States” even though they were not exactly free). The boundary is show on maps and […]

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‘powerful-enough-to-do-whatever-we-want’:-a-journalist’s-escape-from-socialist-venezuela,-part-1
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2020

‘Powerful Enough To Do Whatever We Want’: A Journalist’s Escape From Socialist Venezuela, Part 1‘Powerful Enough To Do Whatever We Want’: A Journalist’s Escape From Socialist Venezuela, Part 1

This piece is the first installment of a two-part story. These articles document a Venezuelan journalist’s struggle to flee the failing state and survive in a place where journalists are often under serious threat of bodily harm. Some names have been changed in order to protect those involved. It all started in 2014 on a […]

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mexican-university-professor-reportedly-arrested-on-charges-of-chasing-a-woman-while-naked
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Jul
2020

Mexican University Professor Reportedly Arrested On Charges Of Chasing A Woman While NakedMexican University Professor Reportedly Arrested On Charges Of Chasing A Woman While Naked

Eduardo Rodríguez was reportedly arrested Wednesday by Investigative Police for harassing women while driving around naked. Rodríguez, who taught music classes at two private universities and was a gym trainer at another location, used a fake profile to exchange sexual videos and photos with women online, per Milenio. Rodríguez also reportedly drove to a woman […]

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turkey-decides-to-turn-hagia-sophia-museum-into-mosque-in-ruling-that-christians-say-will-‘fracture’-east-and-west
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Jul
2020

Turkey Decides To Turn Hagia Sophia Museum Into Mosque In Ruling That Christians Say Will ‘Fracture’ East And WestTurkey Decides To Turn Hagia Sophia Museum Into Mosque In Ruling That Christians Say Will ‘Fracture’ East And West

Turkey’s President Recep Tayip Erdogan has ordered the Hagia Sophia, originally constructed as a cathedral, to be turned into a mosque in a decision that has created a rift between Christians and Islamists, numerous sources reported.  In a move to stoke his nationalist base, Erdogan issued a presidential decree paving the way for the UNESCO […]

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