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France will significantly Reduce Social Spending Again

Brussels tightens its grip on the poor with the complicity of the Socialist government. The hard adjustment made by the French government provide are part of what it calls ‘deep reforms’ launched by President François Hollande. Those reforms have already resulted in a draft budget for next year. The Government plans to reduce public spending by 21,000 million euros in 2015, of which at least 9,600 million will come from ...Read full article...

Scottish Referendum Started an Unstoppable Movement for Sovereignty

The Scottish referendum is held on Thursday and anything can happen. It would be adventurous to take a wild guess about who will win. But the truth is that the calls for independence in Catalonia and Scotland initiated a process that, despite any final results, seems to be snowballing towards a worldwide call for sovereignty. In the U.K. the question is clear: “Should Scotland be an independent country again?”. ...Read full article...

Scientists ‘reset’ stem cells to study start of human development

Reuters September 12, 2014 LONDON (Reuters) – British and Japanese scientists have managed to “reset” human stem cells to their earliest state, opening up a new realm of research into the start of human development and potentially life-saving regenerative medicines. In work described by one independent expert as “a major step forward”, the scientists said they had successfully rebooted pluripotent stem cells so they were equivalent to those of ...Read full article...

Sanctions Wars Delay

On September 8, Reuters said EU “governments delayed signing off on a new package of sanctions against Russia…” They’re doing so to discuss how to suspend them if Southeastern Ukraine ceasefire holds. It began Friday evening. It’s shaky at best. Fighting continues sporadically around Donetsk and Mariupol. Self-defense forces observe ceasefire terms, they said. They blame neo-Nazi-infested brigades for continued fighting. According to Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) Defense Minister ...Read full article...

City of London’s New Digital ID System

Tony Gosling RT.com August 11, 2014 This latest Russian ‘sanctions tilt’ toward nuclear confrontation comes alongside a quiet and apparently unconnected launch of a global digital ID system through the City of London’s slick mouthpiece magazine, The Economist. Under the innocuous sounding headline ‘Estonia Takes The Plunge’ we’re told by a characteristically unidentified writer that, ‘Some good ideas never take off because too few people embrace them’. There are ...Read full article...

The World Is Doomed By Western Insouciance

European governments and the Western media have put the world at risk by enabling Washington’s propaganda and aggression against Russia.  Washington has succeeded in using transparent lies to demonize Russia as a dangerous aggressive country led by a new Hitler or a new Stalin, just as Washington succeeded in demonizing Saddam Hussein in Iraq, the Taliban in Afghanistan, Gaddafi in Libya, Assad in Syria, Chavez in Venezuela, and, of ...Read full article...

EU Suspends Financial Cooperation with Russia

New American round of sanctions is enhanced by the European Council’s decision to impose restrictive measure against Moscow. The leaders of the European Union agreed today to suspend financial cooperation with Russia. This action imposes restrictions on the European Investment Bank (EIB) and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), to cooperate with Moscow due to what the Europeans understand as Russia’s incoherent performance in the Ukrainian crisis. Heads of ...Read full article...

Germany discovers a Second American Spy in its Defense Department

The United States admits to be supporting double agents through a CIA spying program The German authorities are investigating a second case of spying originating in the United States government. The discovery of a second individual working for the American spying agency follows the arrest last week of a German citizen accused of working 31 years as a double agent for the secret service of his country and for the U.S.. ...Read full article...

France orders Special Forces to protect Uranium mines in Niger

As Western-sponsored wars ravage parts of Northern Africa, Paris will send troops to another country to secure its supply of raw material to produce energy. By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | JANUARY 25, 2013 France has ordered his special forces to protect the uranium at the nuclear facilities in Areva, Niger due to the French government are threats of attacks against its interests since France invaded Mali. ...Read full article...