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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|

Refugees In Switzerland Suffering From Lack Of Access To Sex

By SABOOR NADEM I interviewed many refugees of different nationalities in Lucerne, Switzerland. When I asked about their current lives, they spoke only about sex. Many kinds of refugees, including teenagers and adults, who are from countries ranging from Ivory Coast to Pakistan, complained of lack of access to sex. They said in Switzerland they

By |December 5th, 2017|Featured, FMP Blog|

Astana And Kazakhstan: Beyond Borat And The Illuminati

  Overlooking the heart of futuristic Astana, Kazakhstan, Josh Friedman is joined by Sergey Nikolenko on an on-location edition of the FreeManCast. This edition of the podcast delves into the decades in Kazakhstan before and after Borat, as well as geopolitics and the reasons why Astana may NOT be an an Illuminati-inspired city. Nonetheless, you

By |October 23rd, 2017|Featured, Podcasts|

Election Day In Kyrgyzstan

Oct. 15 - Josh Friedman reports from Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on a rather unusual competitive election day in Central Asia. Who is in the race and what kind of action can we expect? As Kyrgyz voters head to the polls, there are two candidates out of 11 who are considered frontrunners. One, former prime minister Sooronbay

By |October 15th, 2017|Featured, Josh Friedman, Politics|

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|

Trading Places? Poroshenko To The States, Saakashvili To Kiev In This Week’s News From Ukraine

From Ukraine’s famine/genocide memorial in Kiev, Josh Friedman discusses this week’s news in Ukraine, which also happens to be playing out in the United States. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and newfound challenger Mikheil Saakashvili effectively swapped places with the currently stateless Saakashvili returning to Kiev and Poroshenko heading to New York for a UN General

By |September 21st, 2017|Featured, News, Politics, Russia, Ukraine, United States|

Ukraine September 2017: Saakashvili, War, Peace & War Games

  Josh Friedman reports from Kiev, Ukraine, where the president of the country is bound for a clash with a governor-turned-stateless person who just barged across the border. Also, war rages on in Ukraine's East, and in neighboring Belarus, Russia is conducting a major military drill that has surrounding countries worried.

By |September 15th, 2017|Europe, Featured, News, Politics, Russia, Ukraine|
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