Sunday, 23 September , 2018

National Front

The National Front Isn’t Dead

The French left shouldn't rest easy — Marine Le Pen hasn't been vanquished. By Sylvain Laurens   Sixty-six percent to 34 percent. It sounded like a crushing victory...

De Vichy a l’ Algérie

Nils Andersson : «Des crimes de guerre en Algérie? Il y en a eu» Nils Andersson, né en 1933 à Lausanne d’un père suédois et...

Marine Le Pen: pro-Jewish, pro-Israel, pro-Zionist

Despite Dual Citizenship Comment, Le Pen Still Pro-Israel By David Israel Marine Le Pen has been demonized by the media even worse than Donald Trump, in...

The Far Right’s Leftist Mask

The European far right has cynically appropriated left-wing and pro-worker talking points for its own purposes. by Alexandre Afonso & Line Rennwald In the early 1980s,...

This Is How Steve Bannon Sees The Entire World

Well before victories for Brexit and Trump seemed possible, Bannon declared there was a “global tea party movement” and praised European far-right parties like Great Britain’s UKIP and France’s National Front. Bannon also suggested that a racist element in far-right parties “all gets kind of washed out,” that the West was facing a “crisis of capitalism” after losing its “Judeo-Christian foundation,” and he blasted “crony capitalists” in Washington for failing to prosecute bank executives over the financial crisis.

Marine Le Pen pledges Frexit referendum

The leader of France's far-right National Front set the tone for her campaign for the French presidency, calling to fight an Islamist "offensive" and promising to hold a nationwide referendum on European Union membership if she is elected next spring.

Capitalism (and NATO) on world offensive (France, Africa etc…) by James...

What does it mean when the US and British financial systems launder hundreds of billions of dollars of illicit funds stolen by world leaders while their governments turn a ‘blind eye’, and yet the very same Anglo-American officials investigate, prosecute, fine and arrest officials from rival governments, rival banks and political leaders for corruption?