The world may be heading “towards a war between the cross and the crescent,” warned Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a Saturday Istanbul speech.
The usual one-world voices in Big Media’s bloviator choir are in an uproar over President Trump’s refusal to knuckle under and go along with the G7 summit’s definition of “world order.”
While noting that the world has an energy problem, and that more than a billion people do not have access to things as basic as electricity, Pope Francis completely dismissed the easiest and most cost-effective way for the impoverished of the world to gain such access; namely fossil fuels.
Growing demonstrations in the United Kingdom and beyond are seeking the release of British activist and journalist Tommy Robinson, who gained international notoriety after being locked up in a secret proceeding for “disturbing the peace” by reporting on a legal case involving an Islamic pedophile gang. In London and other cities around the world as far away as Australia, tens of thousands of protesters, including prominent Dutch politician Geert Wilders of the Freedom Party, rallied to demand justice for a man many described as a “political prisoner.” Even across the Atlantic in the United States, free speech activists and others gathered outside the British embassy to protest the controversial jailing of the U.K. activist and the government's attitude toward child-grooming gangs.
It may not be the Battle of Vienna, but it sure has the Turks up in arms: Battling jihadism, Austria’s government plans to shut down seven mosques and expel 60 Turkish-funded imams.
Russian President Vladimir Putin warned that “a third world war could be the end of civilization” and said that “should restrain” nations “from taking extreme steps on the international arena that are highly dangerous.”
The annual Bilderberg meeting, taking place in Turin, Italy, this weekend, is bringing together key Deep State actors and potential useful idiots from across North America and Western Europe to discuss surging threats to their own agenda and power.
During Wednesday’s meeting of the European People’s Party (EPP) in Munich, German Chancellor Angela Merkel took the opportunity to take a cheap shot at President Trump while calling for the European Union (EU) to rise up and lead the world.
On Tuesday, Iran notified the International Atomic Energy Agency that it has opened a new nuclear enrichment facility at Natanz. The EU voiced its displeasure at the development but stopped short of accusing Iran of breaking the “nuclear deal.”