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Globalist Technocrats Poised to Press the Great Reset Button

By Dr. Joseph Mercola on Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Not one area of life will be left untouched by The Great Reset plan, which aims to reform everything from government, energy and finance to food, medicine, real estate, policing — even how we interact with our fellow human beings. Story at-a-glance: The globalist technocracy is using the COVID-19 pandemic to bypass democratic accountability, override opposition, accelerate their agenda and to impose it on the public against our will. The…

European security becomes a matter of the EU only

By Adomas Abromaitis on Monday, November 23, 2020

A rift between the U.S. and the E.U. in the military sphere has become wider. On November 22 the U.S. formally withdrew from the open-sky treaty that accelerated European security. The 1992 treaty allows the 34 member countries to conduct short notice, unarmed, reconnaissance flights over the other countries to collect data on their military forces and activities. “Russia didn’t adhere to the treaty, so until they adhere, we will…

Lithuanian Military Police to protect NATO troops from Lithuanians

By Jonas Dringelis on Friday, November 20, 2020

From January 1, 2021, the powers of the Military Police of the Lithuanian Armed Forces to investigate administrative offenses and ensure security will be expanded. The Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania last week passed draft law on the Military Police. According the new law, it will be possible to independently conduct administrative investigations and provide support for NATO allies in Lithuania. Among other things, the Military Police will investigate…

Lithuania’s new government in ‘dilemma’ over relations with Poland

By Vaidotas Beniušis on Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Lithuania’s would-be prime minister Ingrida Šimonytė is meeting Polish President Andrzej Duda on Wednesday, which may give an indication of how the country’s new government will balance good relations with Warsaw and its professed championing of democratic values. On Tuesday Duda, who is on a two-day visit in Vilnius, thanked outgoing Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis for great cooperation in building strong relations and said he expected the same good relations…

The Parliament Elections in Lithuania: A Historic Victory for Women’s Leadership and Unprecedented Diaspora Engagement

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

The Central Electoral Commission of Lithuania announced the final results of the Parliament elections. The central-right party, Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats, will hold the new Parliament’s largest number of seats. Women will occupy one-third of the total number of parliamentary seats, and additionally, women lead all three parties forming the new ruling coalition. The unprecedented leadership of women goes hand in hand with the fact that for the…

Myth of NATO’s expanded presence in Latvia

By Viktors Domburs on Tuesday, November 17, 2020

In November NATO’s enhanced Forward Presence Battle Group Latvia was strengthened by Iceland. This information was disseminated across Europe. But what is behind this fact? November 3, at Ādaži base, Minister of Defense Artis Pabriks and Commander of the National Armed Forces Lieutenant General Leonīds Kalniņš marked Iceland’s accession to the NATO Battlegroup in Latvia. It is reported that as part of NATO’s expanded presence in Latvia, Iceland will make…

The main threat from COVID is not the disease

By Paul Craig Roberts on Monday, November 16, 2020

The Covid Deception was used in the US to justify fraud-ridden “vote by mail” in order to steal the election from President Trump.  Covid’s next use is to assault civil liberty. If the Democrats’ theft of the election stands, we are likely to get the national lockdown that Biden’s Covid adviser favors.  Little doubt that mandatory vaccination will be sold as the way to get released from lockdown. There have…

America in transition: How Joe Biden can score a major foreign policy win on day one of his presidency

By Thomas L. Knapp on Monday, November 16, 2020

“President-elect Joe Biden has promised to rejoin the Iran nuclear deal,” writes Tom O’Connor at Newsweek. “But a return is set to face challenges on both sides as they attempt to rebuild trust in a radically different environment than five years ago.” Those challenges? “For one, Iranian officials see no room for renegotiation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA),” notes O’Connor (JCPOA is the formal name of the “Iran…

The U.S. election hits the Baltic States

By Viktors Domburs on Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Political upheavals in 2020 in major countries stir people all around the world. It turned out, that presidential elections in a single country, which are a purely internal affair of the state, have a global impact on the foreign policy of many states. Thus, the world froze in anticipation of the results of the US elections. The Baltic States, in particular, want to know if the new president continues financial,…

China is slowly but surely taking over the world

By Zintis Znotiņš on Friday, November 6, 2020

China’s work capacity and organizational skills are the envy of the world. The same can be said of their determination – in every sphere imaginable. While the rest of the international community is preoccupied with Covid-19 and the events in Belarus, Nagorno-Karabakh, Syria and elsewhere, China is looking for solutions to problems. Not so much domestic problems, but instead those linked with increasing its influence in the global arena. And…