When the Leopard hulls are wheeled back with their turrets blown off, the political price for Berlin will become unbearable.
The U.S. government is hostage to its financial hegemony in a way that is rarely fully understood.
To ban Dostoevsky and Tolstoy is to destroy not only Russian literature but all literature, Declan Hayes writes.
Not even the military conflict between Russia and Ukraine would have happened if there hadn’t been for the relentless NATO expansion towards the East. And now NATO is even trying to do their ‘(un)fair’ share in the Asian Pacific region.
There is considerable method in NATO’s madness, the same madness that sees Julian Assange incarcerated and Gaza, Syria and far too many civilians and soldiers being bombed on a regular basis.
It’s certainly risky and not to be contemplated rashly. But what is the alternative?
Millions of struggling Britons don’t need these failed Royal circuses distracting them from holding their dysfunctional government to account.
Wherever Jesus now dwells, His finger is not wrapped around the trigger of a Walther P38 or a M142 HIMARS.