Chechen Jihadists Have Joined the Ranks of the Ukrainian Army

Laurent Brayard The Sheikh Mansour battalion is a unit formed in Ukraine with the contribution of Islamist fundamentalist Chechens, many of whom fought during the two Chechen wars before being finally crushed by Russia. These men dispersed throughout Western Europe, and for many also in Georgia and Turkey, before finally joining Ukraine. It was at…

Tripoli Signs Controversial Agreements with Turkey, Provoking Widespread Rejection

Libyan Foreign Minister Najla al-Mangoush (R) and Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu attend a press conference in the capital Tripoli,  October 3, 2022. (AFP) Media reports have talked about Ankara’s possible participation in a trans-Saharan gas pipeline linking Nigeria to Libya with the aim of supplying Europe with natural gas. The project would upend Algeria’s…

Erdogan Exploits the Libyan Crisis to Further His Own Interests

The two simultaneous visits by the outgoing head of the unity government, Abdulhamid Al-Dabaiba, and the head of the parliament-backed government, Fathi Bashaga, to Ankara to meet with Turkish officials revealed that Turkey is sticking to the file of a political solution in Libya, and that the field is open for a combination of a…

Ukraine: A Global Hotbed for Mercenaries and Terrorists

Drago Bosnic ISIS members transferred from Syria to Ukraine | The Cradle Western mercenaries are often considered the mainstay of all foreign personnel fighting for the Kiev regime. However, although they’re the ones with the most media exposure, the truth is, there are mercenaries from all around the world fighting for the regime. And although…

Ukraine’s Regime is a Terrorist Entity Like al-Qaeda and ISIS

Valery Kulikov The current Kiev regime can hardly be called a “state” even with certain reservations. Just like the notorious terrorist groups banned in Russia and in many countries around the world, such as Al-Qaeda or ISIS – Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. The behavior of the Kiev authorities is typically terrorist: terror against…

The Somali Model as a Mirror of the TANCOL Strategy Against Venezuela

Mison Verdad Paramilitary groups and guerrillas are considered threats to Venezuelan political stability, their radicalization goes beyond being a public order issue (Photo: CEOFANB) Last Thursday, June 2, from the command post of the Ministry of Defense, President Nicolás Maduro made an evaluation of Operation Bolivarian Shield 2022 in which he stated that the so-called…

Ukraine: NATO Recruiting Violent Extremists to Fight Russia

Paul Antonopoulos With the Western media apparatus bombarding audiences with a narrative that a liberal Ukraine is struggling against an authoritarian Russia to preserve its democracy, Far-Right ultra-nationalist forces, including neo-Nazi battalions, have been normalized and lionized to the point that thousands of foreigners have flooded into a warzone to fight. Many of these foreigners…

Dmytro Iaroch: Neo-Nazi and ISIS Ally

Laurent Brayard Among the figures of neo-Nazism that supposedly does not exist in Ukraine, there is Dmytro Iaroch, the emblematic figure of one of the worst extremist movements in Europe: Pravy Sektor (Right Sector). His story, like that of many other neo-Nazis in Ukraine, is edifying, and speaks for itself, of what has been happening…

The Cracking of the Dabaiba Front in Tripoli Places Libya at Risk of War

Habib Lassoued Appeasing militias and distributing illusions of welfare is Dabaiba’s recipe for staying in power. The failed attempt by the Prime Minister of the Government of Stability, Fathi Bashagha, to enter the capital revealed the extent of the rift suffered by western Libya in general and the armed groups present in Tripoli in particular,…

The Alliance of MI6, the CIA and the Bandéristes

Thierry Meyssan After having shown that the war in Ukraine was prepared by the Straussians and triggered on February 17 by Kiev’s attack on the Donbass, Thierry Meyssan returns to the secret history that links the Anglo-Saxons to the Banderites since the fall of the Third Reich. He sounds the alarm: we have not been…

Thousands March in Tunisia Against President’s Continuing Power Grab

Peoples Dispatch The demonstrations went ahead despite heavy presence of security forces and riot control personnel to prevent protesters from joining On Sunday, April 10, thousands of Tunisians took part in fresh protests against president Kais Saied and his ongoing measures to seize all power in the country. The protesters denounced the president’s unilateral arbitrary…

Can Tunisia Get Hit by a New “Arab Spring”?

Vladimir Danilov As you know, it was with the “Jasmine Revolution” in Tunisia in 2010-2011 that a wave of protests began throughout the Arab world, whose consequences are still being felt by a number of countries. And against this background, Tunisia became the first “new democracy.” The Ennahda that came to power as a result,…