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originally posted by: pirhanna
a reply to: Argentbenign
They own all the cards.
originally posted by: Argentbenign
They want the public to think so! Believe me, really is quite different. I am not saying that England, the United States, Israel and their military expression NATO are dead meat,
EU realised it was tactical(economic) mistake to join on that side(US), and now is in very tough position. EU is still in the game on US side, but trying to get out if possible - each country by its own plan. It's a big mess there and the whole union is not as supportive as it was expected. Big blunder in the plan against Russia.
on military level Russia seems very very badass even without its nukes.
There is rumors that they have as well untrackable to anti radar systems, developed by Iranian scientists, by the way.
The economic giant China is definitely allied with Russia!
If I know one thing about Russians, that is that they are not cowards.
lobalresearch is an anti-"Western" website that can't distinguish between serious analysis and discreditable junk — and so publishes both. It's basically the moonbat equivalent to Infowars or WND.
While some of GlobalResearch's articles discuss legitimate humanitarian concerns, its view of science, economics, and geopolitics is conspiracist — if something goes wrong, the Jews West didit! The site has long been a crank magnet: If you disagree with "Western" sources on 9/11, or HAARP, or vaccines, or H1N1, or climate change, or anything published by the "mainstream" media, then GlobalResearch is guaranteed to have a page you will love.
The website (under the domain names globalresearch.ca(link), .org(link), and .com(link)) is run by the Montreal-based non-profit The Centre for Research on Globalisation (CRG) founded by Michel Chossudovsky, a former professor of economics at the University of Ottawa, Canada.
Michel Chossudovsky (born 1946) is a Canadian economist and author. He is a professor emeritus of economics at the University of Ottawa. Since 2001, he has been the president and director of the Centre for Research on Globalization, which publishes pieces viewed as conspiracy theories and fake news. Chossudovsky is himself a proponent of 9/11 conspiracy theories.
Centre for Research on Globalization
In 2001, Chossudovsky founded the Centre for Research on Globalization, becoming its editor and director. Located in Montreal, Canada, it describes itself as an "independent research and media organization" that provides "analysis on issues which are barely covered by the mainstream media".
Centre for Research on Globalization is known to promote conspiracy theories and falsehoods. According to PolitiFact, the Centre "has advanced specious conspiracy theories on topics like 9/11, vaccines and global warming." Foreign Policy notes that the Centre "sells books and videos that 'expose' how the September 11 terrorist attacks were 'most likely a special covert action' to 'further the goals of corporate globalization.'" A 2010 study categorized the website as a source of anti-vaccine misinformation. An Atlantic Council fellow has described it as "pro-Putin and anti-NATO".[unreliable source?] The Jewish Tribune described the Centre as being "rife with anti-Jewish conspiracy theory and Holocaust denial." The Centre has promoted the Irish slavery myth, which prompted a letter by more than 80 scholars debunking the myth. Writing for the New Republic, Muhammad Idrees Ahmad, Lecturer in Digital Journalism at the University of Stirling, describes the Centre's website as a "conspiracy site". In 2017, the Centre published a piece alleging that the Khan Shaykhun chemical attack, which the international human rights organizations and governments of the United States, United Kingdom, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, France, and Israel attribute to the Bashar al-Assad regime, was a “false flag” operation orchestrated by “terrorists” opposed to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.