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Sweden is worried about Russian aggression: Sending corvettes to NATO’s largest war games since the Cold War

NATO is about to kick off its largest military exercises since the Cold War, which will include more than 50,000 troops from 31 countries. By – Europe The military exercises, known as Trident Juncture 2018, will be held from Oct. 25th — Nov. 7th in Norway. One of the countries participating in the exercises is non-NATO member Sweden, which has grown ...

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Turkey radicalize Sleepy Europe, sending “Refugees”, Radical Imams and building Mosques

The Turkish President has demanded an ‘end to racism’ while criticising the treatment of Germany’s national football team players during a controversial state visit. By – Claire Anderson President Erdogan spoke out today at the inauguration ceremony of Europe’s biggest mosque in Cologne. He decried the backlash against Mesut Ozil and Ilkay Gundogan for taking a picture with him in London earlier ...

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Erdogan opens mega mosque in Cologne Germany

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was to open one of Europe’s largest mosques in Cologne on Saturday as he wrapped up a controversial visit to Germany, with police deploying in force to manage the rival rallies. By – AFP Scrooll 4Video The inauguration will mark the closing event of his three-day state visit, aimed at repairing frayed ties with Berlin after ...

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Turkey to leave NATO soon

Turkey is in a mess. Its currency is in a tailspin and inflation is out of control. There really is a lot going on so here are some key things you need to know. By – Simon Constable Qatar Providing Help The oil-rich state promised $15 billion in support of Turkey and cut an agreement to help stabilize the lira. Those ...

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Turkey Is Not A Part Of NATO’s Future

Loving one’s native culture and feeling comfortable in it is normal. Western leaders have respected the rights of new immigrants to love the cultures from which they have come. But unfortunately, those same leaders are tearing apart their own cultures by turning love of one’s own country into an unforgivable sin, when it is expressed by native citizens of Western ...

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Sweden’s 2018 Election: A Blueprint For Fake News Countering

Different election, same problem. By now, the fact that foreign powers might try to influence other countries’ elections by spreading disinformation, is no longer surprising to anyone.  By – Federico Guerrini Much less so to Swedish politicians and lawmakers, who have witnessed Russian efforts to manipulate the U.S. elections two years ago, and are by no means willing to let anything similar happen ...

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Massive Attack On Swedish News Sites Was The Work Of Russia

According to a newly released State Department cable, the attack was part of a Russian campaign to sow disinformation about NATO. It came as Russia allegedly was stealing Democrats’ emails. By – Kevin Collier & Jason Leopold At the same time that Russian military intelligence operatives allegedly penetrated Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2016, suspected Russian hackers were also targeting at least ...

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9 Stories on Radical Islam Buried by Mainstream Media

During a show about celebrities, a Turkish TV station edited out the cross on Selena Gomez’s necklace. (Apparently, her bare shoulders didn’t bother Islamist sensibilities like a Christian symbol did.) A convert to Islam who was fired from his job as a high school principal in Australia due to suspicions he was radicalizing students is now in a teaching position again at a ...

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Gaddafi’s Prophecy for Europe is Coming True

The flow of migrants coming to Europe from Africa is likely to grow in the coming years, For decades Libya served as a firewall halting the tide of refugees heading to the EU. Now when Libya lies in ruins European leaders see that late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was right, Schwarz stressed. By – Bernhard Schwarz Scroll 4video Former Libyan leader ...

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Iran’s Long History of Terror and Espionage in Europe

The Iranian regime’s potent espionage and assassination network in Europe has operated largely without interruption since the Islamic revolution of 1979. European governments have caught and imprisoned individual terrorists, yet they fail to deter Tehran because they only punish the perpetrators, not the regime that gives them their orders. By – Toby Dershowitz & Benjamin Weinthal German prosecutors have filed charges of conspiracy ...

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