Kurt Nimmo | Entering U.S. to be united with families, not escape conflict as U.N. insists.
London Telegraph | Former child protection manager says there are up to 20 prominent public figures in alleged paedophile ring covering Parliament and judiciary.
RT | Some 20 warships, over 20 airplanes and helicopters, as well as the marines and coast artillery are taking part in the Black Sea Fleet exercise.
Tony Cartalucci | There never were any moderates to begin with.
UK Daily Mail | This version is RESISTANT to vaccine.
Mac Slavo | Just because they’re not talking about it anymore doesn’t mean it’s over.
Washington’s Blog | The Real History of the American Strategy for Iraq and the Middle East.
Kurt Nimmo | Says ISIS does not pose a threat to the United States.
Steve Watson | Nothing to see here, we’ve always been at war with ISIS.
Zero Hedge | ISIS has over-run a Saddam Hussein-era chemical weapons (CW) complex.
Liberty Blitzkrieg | Wait, it gets even crazier.
Truth Revolt | “We will not be sending U.S. troops back into combat in Iraq.”
Zero Hedge | While the US scrambles to figure out what the least painful way is to admit yet another humiliating foreign policy defeat, things in Iraq continue to deteriorate.
Reuters | Shi’te Muslim Iran is so alarmed by Sunni insurgent gains in Iraq that it may be willing to cooperate with Washington in helping Baghdad fight back, a senior Iranian official told Reuters.
London Independent | Ahead of the meeting of the G7 leaders (the G8 minus Vladimir Putin after he annexed Crimea), the US President risks further wrath from Moscow.
Paul Craig Roberts | Washington thinks nuclear war can be won and is planning for a first strike on Russia, and perhaps China.
London Guardian | George Osborne, Lord Mandelson, Ed Balls and Eric Schmidt arrive for day two of the conference in Copenhagen.
Daily Caller | Obama and the woman who likely wants to be his successor held a secret meeting at the White House on Thursday.
Kurt Nimmo | Shell game as U.S. continues bloody effort to unseat Syrian government.
Paul Joseph Watson | Anti-EU revolution, Ukraine crisis threaten to derail global government.
Zero Hedge | Russia is conducting another massive airforce drill along its border with Ukraine on the weekend of Ukraine’s presidential election.
Kurt Nimmo | Former boss of the Council of the National Bank of Ukraine is U.S. State Department’s choice.
Vestnik Kavkaza | Putin stated at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum that the unipolar model of the world has failed.
Michael Snyder | How do you get rid of hundreds of tons of highly radioactive water?
RT | At least 31 people have been killed and more than 90 injured in a series of a dozen of explosions.
Michael Snyder | When the U.S. military “liberates” a nation, shouldn’t it result in more liberty, freedom and peace for the people living there?
Kurt Nimmo | And it’s all Ed Snowden’s fault.
Joshua Krause | It’s incredible what human beings will put up with before asserting themselves.
Michael Krieger | As the war/civil unrest cycle continues to march forward, there appear to be two main geopolitical tinderboxes percolating at the moment.
RT | The UN has voiced concerns over the apparent use of UN-marked helicopters by Kiev troops in their military operation against Donetsk regional militia.
Zero Hedge | It is America’s turn to retaliate.
Zero Hedge | In what is becoming a weekly ritual, the German press continues to demolish the US case of “idealistic humaniatrian” Ukraine intervention.
RT | The results of referendums have been announced in Donetsk and Lugansk Regions.
NY Times | A United States Special Operations commando and a Central Intelligence Agency officer in Yemen shot and killed two armed Yemeni civilians who tried to kidnap them.
Washington’s Blog | If We Don’t Learn Our History … We May Very Well Blow Off Our Own Foot.
RIA Novosti | Russia has drafted a program for colonization of the moon.
RT | Self-defense forces in the anti-Kiev stronghold of Slavyansk are Ukrainians, not Russians, who distrust the new regime and the Western powers that support it.
RT | Fighting, street battles are raging in Kramatorsk.
ITAR-TASS | “Helicopter gunships have made several attack runs and delivered strikes,” the eyewitness said.
RT | The Ukrainian army has begun a special operation against pro-autonomy activists in the eastern town of Slavyansk.
RT | The Ukrainian army is on full alert due to the “threat of a Russian invasion,” Ukraine’s acting President Aleksandr Turchinov said.
FoxNews.com | Al Qaeda-backed jihadists are hanging the bodies of executed enemies on crosses crucifixion-style in a town in Northern Syria, according to a Syrian opposition group.
RT | UK and France deployed eight fighter jets to Lithuania and Poland to strengthen NATO air defense over the Baltic regions amid rising tensions in Ukraine, according to officials.
Michael Snyder | In cultures all over the world, there are ancient stories about beautiful, prosperous cities that became submerged in the ocean and were never seen again.
Reuters | Leaders of the Group of Seven major economies agreed to impose extra sanctions on Russia over its intervention in Ukraine.
Voice of America | Ukraine’s deputy foreign minister said Friday that he is worried that Russia plans to invade his country.
Washington Free Beacon | A Russian intelligence-gathering ship has been operating off the U.S. East Coast and near the Gulf of Mexico.
Zero Hedge | The fighting-talk (and actions) is growing louder from Eastern Europe.
Tony Cartalucci | Deadly clashes broke out as the unelected regime occupying Kiev attempted to restart what it is calling “anti-terror” operations in eastern Ukraine.
Zero Hedge | “We will now fight with Russia troops.”