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VENEZUELA AND WHAT MEDIA DON’T TELL YOU

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. 

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REVENGE OF A PREDATOR

When I learned that one of my favourite non-fiction writers – prolific historian Michael Walsh – had applied his skills to fiction I was immediately intrigued.

This sense of intrigue only increased when I learned that the novel’s hero was an ex-mercenary who had served in some of Africa’s most notorious hotspots, since it is well known that Walsh has a vast wealth of experience in those places.

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WHEN JAW-JAW BECOMES WAR-WAR

PLEASE HELP Lacking sponsors, barred from advertising and denied ‘the oxygen of publicity’ by media we survive on a famine diet of donations and book sale royalties. AIMS: Defence of equality and rights for ethnic-Europeans, to end anti-white racism, hate, and discrimination. Please donate and share our stories.  The British Yellow Vest movement appears to be continuing to grow and especially in

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