Strange mise en scène | Colonel Cassad

Russia blocked in the UN Security Council France proposed a resolution to impose a cease-fire in Aleppo, Syria.

The document received 11 votes in favor, two votes against and two members abstained. Thus, Russia, which is one of the five permanent members of the UN security Council’s vetoed it.

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German Forces Have Invaded Syria

“Commenting on news circulated regarding the presence of groups of French and German special forces in Ain al-Arab and Manbij areas on the Syrian territories, the Syrian Arab Republic vehemently condemns this blatant interference that constitutes a flagrant violation of UN Charter’s principles and an overt unjustified aggression on the sovereignty and independence of Syria,” the source said.

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Russian nuclear submarine spotted in the Bay of Biscay | Vincent Jauvert

The ship, carrying missiles with nuclear warheads, would come from the base of SSBN (nuclear submarine ballistic missile) Murmansk. It would not have crossed the limit of international waters. But such a raid of one of the eleven Russian SSBNs beyond the North Atlantic would not have taken place – or would not have been identified – since the end of the Cold War . As the flight strategic bombers over the English Channel a few days later, this gesture would be part of the new Russian military posture, the purpose would be both to test Western countries defend and reaffirm the military power of Moscow the world.

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What Do We Replace ISIS With? | Alain de Benoist

To fight against the Islamic State implies attacking the primary causes of its strength, which are not military, nor even religious, but which are fundamentally political. It’s useless to suppress Daesh if we don’t know what to replace it with. To imagine that things will resume their normal course once we have made the ‘fanatics’ and ‘psychopaths’ disappear is nothing but a daydream. It will require intense diplomatic activity, both national and especially regional. Ultimately, a major international conference will be necessary that will probably call for the redrawing of the borders. But for the moment, it is already necessary to know more about the Islamic State, and to ask – this question was recently posed by Xavier Raufer – how it is that its leaders are not merely Islamists, but also in many cases were part of the former cadres of Saddam Hussein’s army.

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Islamophobes are the Useful Idiots of Radical Islam | Alain de Benoist

The Islamophobes are the useful idiots of radical Islamism. In the epoch of the Algerian War, that I knew, we didn’t complain that the Harkis [Algerian volunteers who fought in the French Army-Ed.] were Muslims, and we were not astonished that they had mosques in the French provinces of Alger, Oran, and Constantine. For my part, I will not give the Islamist terrorists the gift of becoming an Islamophobe. And I will not harbor phantasms of the ‘Muslim France’, as Drumont harboured phantasms of a Jewish France (1885), by mechanically associating Islam and terror like others once associated the Jews and money.

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