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Racism in South Africa: Now a new era of Black, not White Apartheid – Hanne Nabintu Herland

FOX’ Tucker Carlson recently addressed one of the minority-issues that are not exactly popular to speak about: Racism against whites in South Africa. In accordance with the narrative infused into Western thinking since the 1960’s and reinforced with the identity movement, the only racism that is worth fighting is “whites against blacks”. To criticize a “black” man for racism, simply ... Read More »

Libya Was Hillary’s War. Here’s The Proof, Joshua Yasmeh, Daily Wire

Hillary Rodham Clinton is responsible for the Obama administration’s disastrous war effort in Libya. According to a newly released email, Hillary’s aides explicitly congratulate their boss for effectively convincing President Obama to bomb Libya and destabilize its political infrastructure, writes Joshua Yasmeh at DailyWire. Herland Report: We republish this article from 2016, just to remind us all about what went ... Read More »

France24 – Zindan leader who captured Dr. Saif al-Islam Gaddafi: 2/3 of Libyans favor return of Gaddafi, the rest are nostalgic about Libya before the war

Just as the Syria war did not end with ISIS capturing Damascus, the events in Libya equally has taken an unexpected turn as Saif al-Islam Gaddafi has resurfaced as a political candidate to the presidential election with the support of a large part of the Libyan people. France24: Brigade leader Ajmi el Atri of Zindan says about Dr. Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, ... Read More »

US pullout from Syria: Trump refuses to keep paying for the globalist imperial dream, Thierry Meyssan, Herland Report

The US withdrawal from Syria and Afghanistan, as well as the resignation of General Mattis, attest to the upheaval that is shaking the current world order. The United States are no longer the leaders, either on the economic or the military stage. They refuse to keep fighting for the sole interests of the transnational financiers. The alliances that they used ... Read More »

Saif al-Islam Gaddafi renamed “Mandela Libya” as his candidature for Presidency gains momentum, Herland Report

The beginning of a new year marks new hope in Libya, as the candidature of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi is now recognized by the Russians, African states and a number of international actors. His candidature is viewed as a unifying force of reconciliation in war torn Libya that should be a part of the presidential election.  Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, now renamed ... Read More »

US Withdrawal From Syria ..? Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, Herland Report

It is quite fair to say that the US and allies have lost the proxy war in Western Syria. The White Helmets did not help. And, it is not so easy to fight the locals, as we know Afghanistan. They stay forever with remarkable Sun Tzu persistence. It is their country and have nowhere else to go. We, on the ... Read More »

The Israel – Saudi alliance: The enemy of my enemy is .. my friend? – Paul R. Pillar, National Interest

The simple notion that any enemy of my enemy is my friend is overriding sober calculation of how Saudi Arabia’s conduct does or does not support U.S. interests. Long before “transactional” became a cliché applied to policies of Donald Trump, the term accurately described the U.S.-Saudi relationship. The partnership brought together the world’s most important democracy and a family-run autocracy ... Read More »

Konsekvens av NATO Libya 2011: Etnisk rensing av svarte libyere pågår fortsatt, mens vi tier over andres lidelse #Libyakrigen2011 – Dr. Ola Tunander, Herland Report

Libya krigen 2011 ble et vannskille i norsk offentlig bevissthet. Med Libya krigen mistet media hegemoniet, og siden har informasjonen strømmet ut via internett, skriver research professor emeritus ved PRIO, Dr. Ola Tunander på Herland Report. De skandaløse medieløgnene har blitt et historisk materiale. I Norge later vi som ingenting og håper at Libya krigen skal bli glemt selv om ... Read More »

A third of Americans believe ‘Global War on Terror’ turmoil is manufactured and want to criminally prosecute government, Grant Smith, Herland Report

Brown University’s Cost of War Project released a November 14 estimate that half a million have died and that the spent and obligated cost of post-9/11 US wars through fiscal year 2019 is $5.9 trillion. How do most Americans feel about this immense diversion of wealth and carnage? When asked, “Brown University says the ‘global war on terror’ caused 480,000 ... Read More »

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