Month: January 2018

EPAM on the Skopje issue

It is historically proven that the Slavs have no relation whatsoever with the country and civilization of timeless Macedonia, which is a Greek word and notion. Their persistence in a name that neither belongs to them nor is in any way related to ancient Dardania, where Skopje was located, is suspect, to say the least.

This being so, what is the reason why this country should be called Macedonia, all the more so under the auspices of foreign powers. None at all. The policies of creating small protectorate states out of disintegrated Yugoslavia, such as  “Macedonia” at our northern border, has been implemented by an international directorate to serve the globalization plans. (more…)

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BREXIT STILL ON THE WAY AS THE EU/UK NEGOTIATION MOVES FROM PHASE 1 TO PHASE 2

Genuine democrats and EU-critics everywhere will welcome the news that Brexit is still on the way following the decision of the European Council of Prime Ministers and Presidents to move to the next stage of the EU/UK negotiation, i.e. on the two-year withdrawal period and the post-withdrawal trade agreement between the UK and the EU.

If there had been a failure to move the negotiation to Phase 2, ultra-Europhiles and Eurofanatics everywhere would have been delighted.

The European Council decision of the other day means that the hopes of such people that they can stop Brexit are significantly diminished, although they will continue to hope on and still do all they can to  attempt to derail the process.

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Tsipras : magnifique salaud

Par Joël Perichaud, secrétaire national du Parti de la démondialisation chargé des relations internationales.

Pour ceux qui l’ont soutenu longtemps (très et trop), Alexis Tsipras est un boulet. On croit qu’il a touché le fond, mais le bougre a encore de la ressource. Cette fois, le Premier ministre grec (que les médias étiquettent « gauche radicale ») vient d’envoyer un extraordinaire texto de soutien au chef du SPD allemand, Martin Schulz.

Mais avant d’en apprécier la teneur et la saveur, il faut rappeler que Syriza est arrivé au pouvoir (en gagnant les élections de janvier 2015) en promettant au peuple grec de mettre fin à l’austérité tout en précisant que la Grèce resterait dans l’Union européenne et l’euro par tous les moyens. Une contradiction absolue avec sa promesse de jours meilleurs.

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