When Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur bound Malayan airliner MH17 was destroyed on July 17, 2014, the aircraft was carrying 298 passengers and crew. The flight was brought down 50 kilometres inside the Ukrainian border.Read more
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Facing an onslaught of negative headlines and critical press coverage, Facebook has begun paying UK paper the Daily Telegraph to run drooling stories about the “positive impact” the social media giant can have on people’s lives. These features will appear to newspaper readers as genuine news scoops rather than being the paid for advertorials they are.Read more
THE ETHNIC-EUROPEAN doesn’t do conspiracy theories because they tend to be speculative, which is not a bad thing in itself; we just like to stick to factual news.
The New Zealand massacre on March 15, however, provides us with hard news of which very little is speculative. It is a matter of speculation that as far as I am aware no mainstream media journalist dares to investigate the story’s background.
Europhobic media’s denigration of the ethnic-European community rests on the assertion that human kind evolved from African origins.
This spin is spoon-fed to Africans who have been brainwashed to believe that they have more right to Europe than do ethnic-Europeans. This fake news narrative necessitates media yellow pencilling anything that might spoil their story.
Following the attacks on a New Zealand mosque, mainstream media has ramped up hysteria aimed primarily at anyone opposed to the incoming hordes of non-Christian peoples being encouraged to settle in the Christian West.Read more
FACEBOOK and their television counterparts CNN are fast losing face and the war of words as Russia Today sponsored newscasts publicly humiliates the two American counterparts for their fake news and censorship.Read more
Human Rights lawyer Daniel Kovalik tells of his recent trip to Venezuela as part of the international electoral accompaniment mission.
“I just returned from observing my fourth election in Venezuela in less than a year. Jimmy Carter has called Venezuela’s electoral system “the best in the world,” and what I witnessed was an inspiring process that guarantees one person, one vote, and includes multiple auditing procedures to ensure a free and fair election.