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Herland Report: Who can prevent a war between Israel and Iran? Russia – New York Times

The government of President Bashar al-Assad is resurgent in Syria, steadily retaking terrain lost to the rebels. This may bring to an end one set of conflicts, but it could spark newer, potentially more dangerous confrontations, writes Middle East and North Africa director for International Crisis Group, Joost Hilterman in the New York Times. The key to preventing the Syrian civil ... Read More »

Sergei Skripal sirkuset: Sveits laboratorieanalysen viste at novichok ble ikke brukt – Bjørn Ditlef Nistad

Det meste er uklart når det gjelder det påståtte drapsforsøket 4. mars 2018 på den tidligere russiske etterretningsagenten Sergej Skripal og hans datter Julija. En forutsetning for å kunne forholde seg til saken på en fornuftig måte, er at Sergej og Jurija Skripal trer frem for offentligheten, slik at det blir mulig å stille dem spørsmål om hendelsen. Til tross for ... Read More »

Moral greatness of Putin, Russia consented to pretend attack in Syria for Trump to save face – Paul Craig Roberts

It speaks to the humanity and moral greatness of the Russian government led by Vladimir Putin that Russia consented to a pretend attack in order that Donald Trump could save face.  Russia is intent on avoiding a conflict, not because Russia is scared of the US military, but because Russia understands it is dealing with a government of psychopaths that ... Read More »

The new Russian nuclear arsenal restores world bipolarity, stops Western neo-con madness – Thierry Meyssan, Voltaire Network

While the experts were wondering about the possible evolution of the world order towards a multipolar system, or even a simple tripolar system, the sudden advances of Russian military technology force the return to a bipolar organisation. Let’s take another look at what we have learned over the last three years, until the President Putin’s revelations on 1 March 2018, ... Read More »

Russland omfavner Vladimir Putin, vant valget med 76.6 %, mer enn noen vestlig leder opplever – Bjørn D. Nistad, Herland Report

Vladimir Putin har som forventet vunnet det russiske presidentvalget i 2018. At Putin ville bli gjenvalgt var det aldri noen tvil om. Putins mål skal angivelig ha vært 70×70, altså å vinne med 70 prosent av de avgitte stemmene ved et fremmøte på 70 prosent. Han oppnådde 76,6 prosent av stemmene ved et fremmøte på ca 67 prosent, skriver idehistoriker ... Read More »

UNEDITED Megyn Kelly Full Interview with President Vladimir Putin – The Herland Report

The full, unedited NBC Megyn Kelly interview with President Vladimir Putin. Subscribe to Herland Report TV Subscribe to Russia Insight https://www.youtube.com/c/RussiaInsig… Credit to Kremlin http://kremlin.ru Full Unedited Interview to American TV channel NBC NBC anchor Megyn Kelly. The interview was recorded in the Kremlin on March 1, 2018, and in Kaliningrad on March 2, 2018. Read More »

The USA needs outer enemy to avoid civil war: The Demonization of President Vladimir Putin – Herland Report

No other world leader is more demonized and slandered by the Western media than the Russian President Vladimir Putin, writes editor Dr. Ludwig Watzal for the American Herald Tribune. Vladimir Putin is probably the most popular Russian leader there has ever been, polling up around a phenomenal 80% as recently as November 2015 in a study carried out by a ... Read More »

Senior Editor Standard Weekly: Putin’s foreign policy made him a hero, defending national sovereignty in battle against globalism – part 2

Vladimir Putin is a powerful ideological symbol and a highly effective ideological litmus test. He is a hero to populist conservatives around the world and anathema to progressives. Vladimir Vladimirovich is not the president of a feminist NGO. He is not a transgender-rights activist. He is not an ombudsman appointed by the United Nations to make and deliver slide shows ... Read More »

Herland Report TV: Demoniseringen av Russland er unyansert, overdrevet og politisert – Bjørn Ditlef Nistad

Kritikken mot Russland og mediebildet rundt Ukraina er overdrevet, politisert og unyansert, sier doktor i russisk historie, Bjørn Ditlef Nistad til Herland Report. Hvorfor har vi så lett for å demonisere andre land? Hvorfor ikke bidra til fred i verden og respekt for andre lands rett til suverenitet? Russlands president Putin karrikeres på det groveste i våre aviser. Det skapes ... Read More »

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