Tag Archives: france

French Elections: Here’s how the second round might shape up

By Adam Garrie | The Duran Although there are clear ideological differences between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen, the key element will be which one can attract the votes of popular candidates who failed to pass the first round. Early projections show that the two winners of the First Round of French Presidential elections […]

Patrick Le Brun – French Presidential Election: First Round Results

Patrick Le Brun is a writer and activist who has written many articles for Counter-Currents. He has extensive experience with the French Identitarian movement. Patrick is currently based in the United States, where he mentors college students who wish to engage in activism. Patrick returns to Red Ice to shed some light on the first […]

Sanctuary Cities Protecting Gangs In Defiance Of Trump

Of course they know the identity of the gunman in Paris and of course they found a note stating he pledged allegiance to ISIS. Amazing how there’s always a note or an ID card, passport, etc.. sitting around. One a side note the “canons” are impressive in this clip. ..~TS A Detroit-area physician and his […]

France: a Stage Show About Power, in the Year 2017

By Vladimir Maximenko | Strategic Culture Elections must never put voters to sleep. This is now the rule in both Europe and the US. The ferocity of Trump’s and Clinton’s campaign spats in the US and the intrigues surrounding Hofer in Austria and Wilders in Holland all help to enliven pubic life by injecting a […]

French Candidate Fillon Calls For Suspension of Campaign Activities After Paris Attack

Of course. More theater…~TS Calls for ‘international coalition to fight terrorism’ By RT French presidential hopeful Francois Fillon has called for election campaign events and activities to be suspended the following the shooting in Paris. The attack came just two days before France goes to the polls to elect its president. “I consider that in […]

5 ways the Middle East has been radically changed since 1990

By Adam Garrie | The Duran What was once unthinkable has become reality. The geo-political structure of the Middle East has changed almost diametrically since 1990. It is no coincidence that it was in 1990 when the Gulf War inaugurated decades of direct western Meddling in the region that had been mostly limited to indirect […]

Dutch Election Results: ‘Far Right Populism’ Still on the Rise in Europe

By Alex Gorka | Strategic Culture Those who support the idea of globalism and strive for closer European integration believe the results of the Dutch election indicate the tide has been stemmed, with Eurosceptics and «populist» forces on the defensive. The buck stops here. This is the end of domino effect. The reshaping of Europe has been prevented. The […]

The Satanic Black Mass: Delving Into Its Secret History | Documentary

Not a bad short documentary, she touches on Anton Lavey (Howard Stanton Levey), a person that many people didn’t take seriously. The material she touches on about the Borborites and 17th and 18th century France is good…~TS The Black Mass is one of the most secretive and nefarious rituals. An inverted Christian Mass which centres […]

The Ever-Growing List of ADMITTED False Flag Attacks

By Washington’s Blog via Global Research The following instances are carefully documented by the author indicating sources and references. Some of the instances presented are subject to debate and interpretation (GR Editor) Presidents, Prime Ministers, Congressmen, Generals, Soldiers and Police ADMIT to False Flag Terror In the following instances, officials in the government which carried […]

One Hundred Years Ago: the Triumph of the February Revolution 1917

By Michael Jabara Carley | Strategic Culture In mid-February 1917, according to the Julian calendar of Russia, the authority of the tsarist autocracy held by a thread, frayed by hundreds of years of oppression of the Russian menu peuple. A chasm existed between the glamorous world of the landed aristocracy and wealthy bourgeoisie who lived […]

The Invisible Atrocities In The Streets Of Paris

Sweden decided in 1975 to welcome immigration. Since 1975 Violent crime in Sweden has increased by 300% and rape has increased by 1,472%. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called for no limits on incoming refugees. While British MP Owen Patterson estimates 3.6 million refugees will have entered Germany by 2020 and after receiving a German […]

The Internet: To be or Not to be (Connected): The Right to be Disconnected

By Dr. Jasna Čošabić | Global Research From the proclaimed right to be connected to the evolving right to be disconnected, only few years have passed. However in internet sphere, prompted by the fast developing world of technologies, law has to catch up as well. As from 1 January 2017, France has made effective the […]

The Berlin Truck Terror Suspect and the Curious Matter of ID Papers Left Behind

By Who What Why Not the First Time a Terror Suspect Apparently Left a Paper Trail — or Was Previously Known Today, WhoWhatWhy has seen heavy traffic coming from Google searches that point to a story we ran almost two years ago. Why the sudden interest? It took us only a moment to discover the connection: We […]

New Suspect In Berlin Terror Attack Manhunt: Search Is On For Known Tunisian With Islamist Links

Of course.  The license or ID card is always just sitting around for the authorities to find. Same routine time after time. Same playbook…~TS By Tyler Durden | Zero Hedge Update: According to Reuters, quoting German newspapers, the Tunisian suspect had been in contact with network of leading Islamist ideologist know as Abu Walaa, and […]

The War Between Globalists and Populists

By Wayne Madsen | Strategic Culture As much as the pro-globalism pundits and opinion makers, many of whom masquerade as journalists, hate to admit it, the neo-Cold War nurtured by Barack Obama, Francois Hollande, David Cameron, Angela Merkel, and Matteo Renzi – is now over. The new war is between the forces of globalism and […]

A Marine Le Pen victory in France could help solve the Brexit problem

A Le Pen victory in France could reduce Brexit to a storm in a teacup. Thus, British lawmakers should expect the unexpected. By Adam Garrie | The Duran With the increasingly relevant French presidential elections to have their second round of balloting on the 7th of May 2017, the British government ought to pause any […]

Weird Ideas, Weird Behaviors: Bringing the Habsburg Family Skeletons Out of the Closet

By Natalia Klimczak | Ancient Origins The Habsburg family is one of the most important royal families in the history of Europe. This may be somewhat surprising, as many of the rulers from this family behaved strangely, had some weird ideas, and were apparently mentally ill. A mysterious mental illness may actually have been one […]

71 Years Ago Today – Hiroshima and Nagasaki

I strongly suggest that people read The Real Reasons We Dropped Atom Bombs on Japan…~TS By Matt Agorist | The Free Thought Project In May, Barack Obama became the first US president in history to visit the memorial of the American atomic bombings of Japan in Hiroshima. However, in true American fashion, he offered no apology. “We […]

EPIC RANT: The Government Will Not Protect You From Tractor Trailers

Regardless of whether people really died or not, I always say look at the big picture and what the agenda is they’re pushing. Don’t get bogged down in trying to figure out every single detail of one of these events. It’s good to try and figure it out and point out who is pulling them […]

How the Nice Tragedy Will Be Used to Bolster War, Usurp Freedom, and Create More Terrorism

By Claire Bernish | The Free Thought Project At least 84 people were killed when an attacker plowed through a crowd gathered in Nice, France, for Bastille Day festivities. As the country and world reel in shock, French President François Hollande already claims the purposeful mowing down of dozens to be a likely act of […]