Blog/Eastern Europe

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Head of Hungary Comes Out for Trump

  With terrorism raging in Europe, Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary came out and publicly stated that the anti-terrorism proposals of Donald Trump make [...]

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Turkey Moving Close to Civil War

Kemal Kilicdaroglu, the Turkish opposition leader of the social democratic CHP, has sharply criticized the push by the Turkish government to remodel Turkey into [...]

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Monetary Unions – How Fast Can They Collapse?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Nobody seems to be able to answer this question. How fast would the Euro disintegrate if the EU appears to be on the verge of collapsing [...]

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Putin’s Pitch to Host 2020 World Exposition

The 2020 World Expo will be hosted by Dubai. This old video shows Putin speaking in English and pitching for Russia to be considered as a host for the World Expo. [...]

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Why Europe is Failing: The Difference Between EU & USA

Part of the crisis in the EU is the fact that there is an inherent anti-democratic foundation because Brussels has been attempting to force uniformity upon all [...]

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When Will Trump be Assassinated?

Whenever the establishment is seriously threatened, they respond with assassination. This is historically the normal in all cultures. One of the more credible [...]

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On Pi Day Hungary PM Said Europe is Dying

This came precisely on our target. This past week was the tipping point for Europe. The start of the real decline in the euro where mainstream capital begins to [...]

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Islamic Tensions Continue to Build – Is This Becoming a Religious War?

In Russia, an Islamic nanny beheaded a four-year old child that she was hired to take care of and paraded down the streets of Moscow with the child’s head. [...]

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Poland’s Euroskeptic Conservatives Move to End Brussel’s Control of the Press

  Last October, Poland’s opposition Law and Justice Party won the election with 37.6% of the vote, which was enough for it to govern alone. Law and [...]

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EU May Drop Visa Requirement for Ukraine

The ongoing dramatic events in Ukraine have demonstrated, once again, the high commitment of Maidan protesters and the citizens of Ukraine to become more closely [...]

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