Articles by Robert Bridge

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The Top 10 Outrageous Things about ISIS the Western Mainstream Media Ignores
Robert Bridge | Strategic Culture Foundation – TRANSCEND Media Service, 5 Feb 2018

31 Jan 2018 – The top 10 very strange circumstances that led to the rise of ISIS. It seems to be an appropriate time to reflect upon a set of very strange circumstances that led to the rise of this loathsome terrorist group.

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Davos 2018: Elites to Save the World at Cocktail Party Schmooze-Fest
Robert Bridge – RT, 29 Jan 2018

23 Jan 2018 – It’s that time of year again when the elite gather at Davos by day to tackle the many problems plaguing the planet. And then by night it’s back to hitting the slopes, sipping champagne and networking again.

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Bilderberg 2017: Should We Be Worried Yet?
Robert Bridge – Russia Today, 5 Jun 2017

5 Jun 2017 – Just like they’ve been doing every year since 1954, influential Bilderberg members – including journalists – assembled behind closed doors to hold off-the-record talks on a number of pressing global issues. The 2017 Bilderberg Meeting takes place 1-4 June in Chantilly VA, USA. A press release including the list of topics and participants can be found here.

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Bully Nation: Is America Hardwired for War & Aggression?
Robert Bridge – Russia Today, 13 Mar 2017

9 Mar 2017 – Watching Washington attack one sovereign state after another since the collapse of the Soviet Union prompts the question: Are we Americans behaving out of some inherent aggression, or is this just old-fashioned empire building by a global superpower?

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Deadly Irony: US Calls Russia ‘Aggressive’ as NATO Creeps Eastward
Robert Bridge – Russia Today, 20 Jun 2016

17 Jun 2016 – With US military bases breeding faster than McDonald’s franchises, and 28-member NATO smashing up against Russia’s border, antagonizing Moscow with war games, the West continues selling the pulp fiction of ‘Russian aggression’ to an increasingly suspect audience. Today, Russia is not taking any chances with the unpredictable global hegemon, whose list of nations it has invaded grows annually. But instead of throwing open the gates to the Western juggernaut, Russia has hedged its bets on long-term strategy, investing in strong national defense. And that is an “act of aggression” US-led NATO simply can’t tolerate.

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