Kremlin killed Litvinenko

January 17, 2016

THE BRITISH government is close to releasing the findings of its inquiry into the death of former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko, who may have been killed for exposing links between the Russian mafia and associates of Vladimir Putin. Click here for this week’s P.I.D. Radio.

Pakistan threatens to destroy Iran

January 11, 2016

The growing conflict between Sunnis and Shias spread to Asia as a Pakistani general threatened to wipe Iran off the map if any harm comes to Saudi Arabia. This was a not very subtle threat to use nuclear weapons.

The most important map in the world

January 5, 2016

The rising hostility between Sunni and Shia Muslims in the Middle East makes a map of their distribution throughout the Islamic world very important to understanding what may happen in the next few months.

Vatican formally recognizes Palestine

January 4, 2016

The Vatican’s formal recognition of Palestine went into effect on New Year’s Day. The Roman Catholic Church has wanted control of Christian sites–and possibly all of Jerusalem’s Old City–for decades.

Assad can stay

December 17, 2015

In a reversal of a four-year-old policy, the US government now says Syrian president Bashar Al-Assad can remain in power.

LTC Bob Maginnis: After Paris

November 18, 2015

How does the West respond to the terror attacks last Friday in Paris? Pentagon strategist Lt. Col. Robert Maginnis (U.S. Army, ret.), author of the new book Never Submit: Will the Extermination of Christians Get Worse Before It Gets Better?, explains why the strike in Paris is just the beginning unless the West takes the threat of violent Mahdism seriously.

The UN is watching you

November 4, 2015

The UN has announced a goal of building a global database of biometric identity data by 2030. Are you ready for your mark?

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