The Red Locomotive in Brussels? Interview with the Workers’ Party of Belgium

18 June 2019 — Novara Media


On 27 May, Europe woke up to what seemed like a new stage in the resurgence of the far-right and reactionary forces and a major retreat for left in the elections to the European parliament. But the story looked different in Belgium, which saw a political earthquake as the far-left Workers’ party (PTB/PDVA) won big across regional, federal and European elections and firmly established itself as the left alternative to both the socialist and green parties across the country.

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Brussels Becomes First Major City to Halt 5G Due to Health Effects By Josh del Sol

4 April 2019 — Global Research

5G is “the stupidest idea in the history of the world.”

The statement was made by Céline Fremault, the Minister of the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region, responsible for Housing, Quality of Life, Environment and Energy. From an interview last Friday, with L’Echo:
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Top Websites Secretly Track Your Device Fingerprint

12 October 2013 — IEEE

Websites that really want to track you without permission have a way. A new report shows a surprising number of top Internet websites using so-called “device fingerprints” to secretly track visitors—a method that avoids legal limits on the use of cookies and also ignores the Do Not Track HTTP header.

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Proponents of ‘first strike’ nuclear war against Iran rob billions from their own citizens By Michel Chossudovsky

10 April, 2013 — RT

The Pentagon and NATO’s multibillion-dollar war budgets are financed by massive economic austerity measures, impoverishing people in the US and NATO member-states in order to build advanced nuclear weaponry justified by the ‘Iran threat.’

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The Return of Empires (VI) Dmitry MININ

16 March 2013 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Modern-day empires in the West

The rebirth of the imperial spirit in the West is moving along two sometimes converging, but in recent times increasingly diverging, lines. Looking at Europe’s relations with its neighbours, one can see that the European Union initially pursued an imperial policy with regard to countries in Central and Eastern Europe that had joined the EU, but then began to extend the same policy to other countries. Continue reading

ICH 10 December 2012: U.S. Militarism Threatening World War III

10 December 2012 — Information Clearing House

US Seen as ‘First Among Equals’ in 2030: Intel Report

By Shaun Tandon

The study predicted that Asia’s economy, military spending and technological investment would surpass those of North America and Europe combined by 2030, but warned of major uncertainty over an emerging China.


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NATO War Council To Target Syria By Rick Rozoff

26 June, 2012 — Global Research – Stop NATO

On Tuesday, June 26 Belgium time the North Atlantic Council, the highest governing body of the U.S.-dominated North Atlantic Treaty Organization military bloc, will take up the issue of Syria under provisions of its founding document that in the past ten and a half years have resulted in military deployments preparatory to and the subsequent waging of full-scale wars.
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Europe’s Economic Crisis: Portugal, Ireland, Spain, Italy and Belgium are Heading in the Same Direction as Greece by Bob Chapman

14 March 2012 — Global Research

It isn’t over until it is over. Of course, we are referring to Europe and its version of 1984. We find it profound that the bankers, politicians and bureaucrats of Europe can do what they have done with a straight face. Investor had a haircut shoved down their throats and the ECB, the European Central Bank and the IMF were exempt.

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SWIFT: Iranian Sanctions Endanger Global Financial System By Charles Gray

15 February 2012Stop NATOGlobal Times

Nations that do not agree with the US position or sanctions will find this move making it difficult or impossible for their own businesses to effectively deal with Iran.

In effect, if this becomes reality, the economic and foreign policy of nearly every nation on the planet may find itself hijacked by US demands. For many nations, this will appear to be an intolerable infringement upon their sovereignty. Continue reading

Statewatch News Online, 9 October 2011 (25/11)

Statewatch News Online, 9 October 2011 (25/11)
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