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by Thierry Meyssan on 25 Feb 2021 3 Comments

As the United States moves resolutely towards civil war, President Joe Biden is relying on left-wing believers of different faiths. He sees Donald Trump’s voters as people who have been abused in their faith and whom he must bring back to the true path. By manipulating religions, the Democratic Party is dividing the country, not between different faiths, but...

by James M Dorsey on 24 Feb 2021 0 Comment

Two recent reports documenting significant Saudi progress in countering ingrained religious anti-Jewish, anti-Christian and anti-Shiite supremacism as well as anti-Western and other xenophobic attitudes suggest the kingdom’s receptivity to external pressure as it endeavours to position itself as the leader of a vaguely defined ‘moderate’ form of Islam. So d...

by Jayasree Saranathan on 23 Feb 2021 0 Comment

The next event of a celestial reference occurred on the evening of the 14th day of the war when Arjuna was trying to breach the security cordon around Jayadratha whom he avowed to kill in revenge for the killing of Abhimanyu, his son, the previous day. If he failed to kill him before sunset he would have to jump into fire. With no great progress in sight as ...

by F William Engdahl on 22 Feb 2021 3 Comments

The globalist Davos World Economic Forum is proclaiming the necessity of reaching a worldwide goal of “net zero carbon” by 2050. This for most sounds far in the future and hence largely ignored. Yet transformations underway from Germany to the USA, to countless other economies, are setting the stage for creation of what in the 1970’s was called the New Inter...

by Thierry Meyssan on 21 Feb 2021 11 Comments

President Emmanuel Macron and the government of Jean Castex drafted a bill to combat the political instrumentation of the Muslim faith. This text is currently being discussed in Parliament. It revolves around four strong ideas, including the prohibition of the financing of religious associations by foreign States. Everyone is well aware that this is the hea...

by Jayasree Saranathan on 20 Feb 2021 0 Comment

The two armies arrayed against each other, with the Pandavas facing east and the Kauravas facing west. Contrary to the popular belief, the narration of the war does not start from the first day. It started after the fall of Bhishma. Sanjaya, the charioteer of Dhritarashtra endowed with divine vision to see the events of the war, was in the battlefield at tha...

by R Hariharan on 19 Feb 2021 1 Comment

A week after carrying out a bloodless coup on January 31, Myanmar’s military chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing made an official statement. The coup was triggered after the military, known locally as Tatmadaw, refused to accept the results of the November 8, 2020, general election, alleging electoral fraud. It is a matter of detail that the allegation was ...

by Jaibans Singh on 18 Feb 2021 2 Comments

On February 10, India and China began a “synchronised and organised disengagement” from the north and south banks of the Pangong Tso Lake. The information was first given by the Chinese media; Defence Minister Rajnath Singh made a statement in Parliament confirming the same the next day. “I am happy to inform the House today that, as a result of our well th...

by Jayasree Saranathan on 17 Feb 2021 0 Comment

The day the war started can be deduced from the Gitopadesa date (Margashira Shukla Ekadasi – 22nd October, 3136 BCE). That date must fulfill the astronomy features of the text. The war started on the first day of the solar month of Pushya (Makara) in lunar Pushya Shukla Dwadasi. The day corresponds to 23rd October, 3136 BCE. It was a Thursday with the moon a...

by Thierry Meyssan on 16 Feb 2021 1 Comment

Covid-19 is a viral disease causing the death, in the worst case, of 0.001% of the population. The average age of death from Covid-19 in developed states is about 80 years, with a median age of about 83 years. In comparison, countries at war experience an additional mortality, due to war, that is 5 to 8 times higher, but mainly affects males aged 18 to 30. T...

by R Hariharan on 15 Feb 2021 2 Comments

The army has often been plagued by rights’ abuses as it battles counter-insurgency in various states. To ameliorate the situation, an Additional Director General (Human Rights) has been appointed. The New Year eve announcement of the Indian Army appointing Major General Gautam Chauhan as ADG (HR) formally recognises the importance of human rights in military...

by Jayasree Saranathan on 14 Feb 2021 0 Comment

The Pandava troops left Upaplavya for Kurukshetra on the Pushya day of Margashira under the advice of Krishna. The next event given in Mahabharata was that the two sides assembled on the Magha day. [Mbh: 6-17-2] This means the Pandava army reached Kurukshetra by the third day. There is no information on when the Kaurava troops started from Hastinapur. The fi...

by James O’Neill on 13 Feb 2021 1 Comment

The Davos Group of nations recently held its annual meeting electronically, the coronavirus preventing attendance in person for the first time. The United States was represented by John Kerry, one of many Democrats recycled from the Obama years. Russia was represented by its president, Vladimir Putin, and China, for the first time since 2017, by its presiden...

by F William Engdahl on 12 Feb 2021 2 Comments

With the USA Biden Presidency, Washington has rejoined the Global Warming agenda of the Paris Accords. With China making loud pledges about meeting strict CO2 emission standards by 2060, now the World Economic Forum is about to unveil what will transform the way we all live in what WEF head Klaus Schwab calls the Great Reset. Make no mistake. This all fits i...

by Jayasree Saranathan on 11 Feb 2021 0 Comment

This statement having come from Balarama, it becomes the primary evidence for the dates and the duration of his pilgrimage. It means somewhere in between he had resumed the pilgrimage on Anuradha star. The confusion is solved when we read the sequence of events narrated by Vaisampayana to king Janamejaya in Shalya Parva who wanted to know the events pertaini...

by Catherine Shakdam on 10 Feb 2021 2 Comments

The decision by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on January 7, to suspend Donald Trump’s page, essentially acting a grand silencer over the 45th President of the United States, represents not only the most profound assertion of power by Big Tech over a democratic nation’s political life, but underlines the need for greater oversight by elected state representati...

by R Hariharan on 09 Feb 2021 0 Comment

The first month of the year 2021 gave a glimpse to Sri Lankans of the three major, inter-related issues they are likely to confront during the year. These are: further hardening of government attitudes to ethnic reconciliation, more militarisation of governance, and fighting a losing battle to managing the battered economy. Two of the issues are not new; but...

by Jayasree Saranathan on 08 Feb 2021 0 Comment

The sequence in terms of months, tithi and nakshatra of the respective months would solve many problems and confusions in understanding the verses. A systematic listing of the events in respective months is done below to arrive at the correct date of the events. [1] Lunar Ashadha month: (Sun in Cancer). Exile ended on Krishna Dasami (11th May, 3136 BCE). Wit...

by Thierry Meyssan on 07 Feb 2021 1 Comment

President Biden’s state of health will not allow him to govern. Already a group of activists are preparing his decisions. Quite far from his electoral programme, he has signed decrees representing a “woke” culture that distances him from the majority of his fellow citizens. However, nothing can be done about it, the extreme-left groups have already demonstra...

by James M Dorsey on 06 Feb 2021 0 Comment

Turkey’s state-controlled top religious authority has conditionally endorsed usury in a ruling that is likely to fuel debate about concepts of Islamic finance and could weaken President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s efforts to garner religious soft power by projecting Turkey as a leader defending Muslim causes. The ruling, issued by the Directorate of R...

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