https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1GoU0Yju_E Greetings, you’re watching Dugin’s Guideline. Over the past few days in Europe, and most importantly in France and Germany, one terrorist attack, massacre, explosion, suicide-bomber,...
Another false flag in Würzburg, Bavaria, Germany. A young man attacks four passengers in a train and later a passerby in the street. The scenes repeat themselves now in rapid cadence. Paris, Brussels, Nice, Bangladesh… Same patterns, same motives – and same group of terrorists claiming credit. The lies and propaganda are becoming more flagrant, and, We, the People, just swallow it.
Populist opposition to international integration is on the rise in much of continental Europe and has always been the norm in Latin America. The question now is what should be the guiding principles of international economic policy? How should those of us — who believe that the vastly better performance of the global system after the second world war than after the first world war is largely due to more enlightened economic policies — make our case?
The first European leader - openly critical of the present Union — to pick up the ball and run with it, in the midst of the Euro2016 football Cup, was the president of the Czech Republic, Milos Zeman. And his penalty shot was extremely powerful. We don't know yet if it'll be a goal, but it surely won't be easy to block it
A year ago more than 62% of the Greek people voted in the referendum held on the 5th of July of 2015 to reject the policies imposed on Greece since 2010 by an alliance of world finance and the German government, aided and abetted by other European elites and implemented through European governments, the EU and the IMF.
BREXIT is the best thing that has happened not only for the Brits – but for all of Europe – and potentially for the world in the last 30-some years – which were beset by Washington Consensus demagoguery, by ever more flagrant globalization towards a New World Order
Le fonctionnement opaque et technocratique des institutions européennes est rejeté partout. Même la Grande-Bretagne qui s’était pourtant ménagé un statut spécial en Europe vient de manifester spectaculairement son attachement aux prérogatives de son Parlement.
Le peuple britannique n’a pas cédé au chantage et à la peur orchestrés par les milieux économiques dominants. Son vote courageux a montré qu’il mettait la démocratie, c’est-à-dire le contrôle des décisions qui le concernent, au-dessus de tout. L’Angleterre a montré encore une fois son esprit d’indépendance et son caractère qui est justement ce pour quoi nous l’aimons.