Sunday, 14 August , 2022

Refugees

Greece bailout:The missing dimensions | By Ret.-Gen. Vinod Saighal (India)

Details of the bailout agreement with Greece are being examined around the world. The against-time clauses requiring the Greek prime minister to have the...

More Refugees to Greece, which cannot feed its own population

Greek islands bursting at the seams The latest spike in migrant arrivals in Greece has caught the government off guard, with critics saying it has...

France intervened in Libya and rehabilitated slavery

Migrants from west Africa being ‘sold in Libyan slave markets’   West African migrants are being bought and sold openly in modern-day slave markets in Libya,...

The Hijacking of France (from Donald Trump to Marine Le Pen)

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos (*) “I am the last President of France. All the next presidents will be accountants,” François Mitterrand once said. But he would not...

Steve Bannon’s Party disillusioned

DETROIT, Michigan — President Trump’s base appears to be growing concerned with the direction of his administration, against the backdrop of a number of...

Merci Jean-Luc!

  MÉLENCHON : Meeting pour la paix à Marseille Le dimanche 9 avril 2017, Jean-Luc Mélenchon était en meeting à Marseille devant 70 000 personnes. Il...

The Hijacking of France (from Donald Trump to Marine Le Pen)

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos (*) “I am the last President of France. All the next presidents will be accountants,” François Mitterrand once said. But he would not...

Varoufakis and Democracy, Left and Nationalism

DDP note: Wayne Hall, who is a friend of the Delphi Initiative and also a centrally registered member of Diem25 has addressed us the...

Τurkey threatens Greece and EU with new wave of refugees

With relations with Europe rapidly deteriorating, Turkey is threatening to send upwards of 3,000 refugees per day to Greece in what intelligence officials in Greece described as “blackmail” against the European Union. According to details uncovered by Greek intelligence officials and published in The Times (of London), thousands of dinghies and motorboats

FM: Turkey May Invade Iraq If Threatened

Cavusoglu insisted that invading Iraq is Turkey’s “most natural right.” Turkey presently has about 500 troops in Iraq, which they’ve had for around a year. The Iraqi government has repeatedly demanded Turkey withdraw, but Turkish officials have insisted they will stay and participate in the war against ISIS.