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What Do Greek Macedonians Think Of The Macedonia Name Deal?

  Report from Skopje:   Original: Josh Friedman interviews locals in Thessaloniki, the capital of Greece's Macedonia region, about the longstanding name dispute between Greece and Macedonia, aka FYROM, and about the recent agreement that may resolve the matter. The report includes background information on the dispute, which largely revolves around Greek Macedonians alleging their

By |August 4th, 2018|Featured, Greece, Josh Friedman, Politics|

Turkish Election Day 2018 Coverage: Will Erdogan Win Outright?

Evet:   Josh Friedman reports from Istanbul on presidential and parliamentary Election Day in Turkey. Will Erdogan win Turkey's new executive presidency outright or will the election go to a runoff? Who is challenging Erdogan in his alleged bid for one-man rule of the country? What are some of the key issues, and in which

By |June 24th, 2018|Featured, News, Politics, Turkey|

Bilderberg 2018 Recap: Curiosities & Questions For The Mysterious Group

By JOSH FRIEDMAN From the OUTSIDE of the 2018 Bilderberg Conference, Josh Friedman recaps what has transpired in Turin, Italy. Meanwhile, here are some takeaways from the mysterious gathering of world elites, as well as some curiosities and questions that have arisen based on who attended the conference and what was supposedly discussed. Will the

By |June 11th, 2018|European Union, Featured, Italy, News|

Bilderberg 2018 Preview: Hotel Closure, Topics & Participants List

UPDATE: Bilderberg 2018 is underway. Here are some interviews from the sidelines of the secretive conference: Dan Dicks, of Press For Truth, has been covering Bilderberg since 2006. On Day 4, as the conference officially concludes, Dicks discusses the true agenda of the Bilderberg Group, as well as its organizational structure. On Day 3, Dominique

By |June 6th, 2018|European Union, Featured, Italy, Josh Friedman, News|

Hundreds Of Afghans Protest In Switzerland, Demand Better Status

By SABOOR NADEM Hundreds or more Afghan asylum seekers gathered in the center of Bern, the capital of Switzerland, and protested Saturday against the alleged unequal and unfair treatment of immigrants by the Swiss government. Some of the protesters held signs that stated, “We are all human and the Swiss government should not differentiate between

By |March 11th, 2018|Afghanistan, News, Politics|

Bilderberg 2018 To Meet In Turin, Italy? A Surprise Announcement From The Balkans

By JOSH FRIEDMAN UPDATE: The Bilderberg Media Service responded on Feb. 13 with the following statement: "Kindly note that we do not confirm the date and venue of this year's Bilderberg meeting at this stage. As in previous years, we will publish a press release including the date and location, the discussed topics as well

By |February 11th, 2018|Featured, Italy, Josh Friedman, News, Politics, Russia|

Bitcoin: In G-D, and Beanie Babies, we Trust

  Bitcoin has suddenly become all the rage at the time of writing at the beginning of 2018 and 5778. Although it is not something new, having been around since 2009, and far from the only cryptocurrency around Bitcoin has garnered a lot of attention in recent times. At the time of writing, there are

Racist Fliers As Liberal Traps

Al Stankard, aka Harlem Venison By OMAR KHAN A civil war sparked from racial tension is the last thing on my mind — that is until I met a hippy-looking man preaching unity and found out he is an avowed “racist.” Then anxiety heightened into fear. It looks like the alt-right isn’t just

By |December 8th, 2017|Featured, Guest Opinion, United States|

The Failure Of The Centralised Healthcare System In The United Kingdom

By NIKOLAY FILIBEV The National Health Service (NHS) in the UK was created after the end of WWII as the crown jewel of the British Labour Party. Even though being among the most developed countries, UK has its fair share of problems with regards to healthcare. These problems are far bigger than what the politicians

By |October 6th, 2017|Featured, Guest Opinion, United Kingdom|

Ukraine In Review: From The Site Of The Deadly Odessa Blaze

Josh Friedman recaps a 3.5 week journey around Ukraine while discussing the 2014 clashes and fire in Odessa that left 48 people dead, as well as the familiar themes of hybrid and information warfare. Where does Ukraine stand as a country now? Is Kiev headed for a new Maidan? Is there hope for economic prosperity?

By |October 5th, 2017|Featured, Josh Friedman, Politics, Russia, Ukraine|
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