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Alexander Schallenberg replaces Kurz as Austria’s new chancellor

Alexander Schallenberg has been sworn in as Austria’s new chancellor following the resignation of Sebastian Kurz amid claims of corruption. The former foreign minister was formally appointed by Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen at the Hofburg Palace in Vienna on Monday. Schallenberg, 52, has been Austria’s foreign minister since 2019, but he is a […]

The Graeco-Bactrian Kingdom: Alexander The Great’s Easternmost Legacy

Alexander the Great was one of the finest and most successful military leaders the world has ever seen. In the 4th century BC he carved out one of the largest empires in history, stretching from Greece to India. Alexander’s military campaigns changed the face of the world, and after his death he left a legacy […]

Ali Alexander Responds to House Jan. 6 Committee Subpoena, Blames Violence on ‘Agitators’

Ali Alexander, the lead organizer of the so-called Stop the Steal movement, received a subpoena Thursday afternoon from the House select committee to investigate the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Another two were issued to Nathan Martin, who worked with Alexander and reserved the Jan. 6 rally space, and to the Stop the […]

Alexander’s Indus Folly: Bizarre Search for the Source of the Nile in India

When the Macedonian monarch Alexander III, popularly known as Alexander the Great , arrived in the northwest of the larger Indian subcontinent in 327 BC following his conquest of the massive Achaemenid Empire of the Persians, he was astonished by all that he beheld. The geography, peculiar peoples – their philosophy, culture, attire, music and […]

Tomb of Olympias, Alexander The Great’s Mother, Found!

The lost tomb of Olympias, the mother of Alexander the Great, has finally been discovered. Recent excavations in the Tomb of Korinos in northern Greece have resulted in what amounts to a massive historical discovery.  Pontos News  reported exclusively yesterday that Professor Athanasios Bidas recently presented a suite of hard evidence at a scientific conference […]

‘Stop The Steal’ Leader Ali Alexander Tells Followers ‘It’s Time to Fight Back’

Ali Alexander, the leader of the so-called “Stop the Steal” movement, resurfaced this week to announce his return to political activism. In a video posted to his Telegram account Monday, Alexander, 35, revealed that he is “not in hiding, contrary to the wishes of the violent left and corporate media” and urged his followers to […]

Belarus: Alexander Lukashenko meets Vladimir Putin amid EU showdown

Belarus’ authoritarian leader heads to Russia Friday to seek assistance amid a bruising showdown with the European Union over the diversion of a flight to arrest a dissident journalist. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko is set to meet with Russia’s Vladimir Putin at his Black Sea residence in Sochi for talks on closer economic ties, according […]

Belarus: Alexander Lukashenko hits back at Germany complaint

Belarus’ authoritarian leader on Friday bristled at a criminal complaint filed against him in Germany over his violent crackdown on protests that broke out after his disputed re-election in August. President Alexander Lukashenko charged that “heirs of fascism” were in no position to judge him. His remarks came two days before Belarus and other ex-Soviet […]

Alexander Monson: Kenya police officers to go on trial for murder of British aristocrat

Naftali Chege, Charles Wangombe Munyiri, Baraka Bulima and John Pamba were accused of killing Monson, the son of Lord Nicholas Monson, who died in 2012 after allegedly being beaten in police custody. mallegedlyMonson, who was 28 at the time, died after being arrested outside of a nightclub at the Diani beach resort for allegedly smoking […]

Cassander: Ruthless Macedon King in the Shadow of Alexander the Great

Cassander was a King of Macedon who lived during the 4 th century BC. He was a son of Antipater, one of Alexander the Great’s generals. During Alexander’s campaign against the Achaemenids in the East, Cassander most likely remained in Europe, since his father was serving as regent in Macedon. Following his father’s death, Cassander […]

The Life Of Lysimachus, The Elite Bodyguard Of Alexander The Great

Alexander the Great is without a doubt one of history’s greatest and most famous figures. His deeds and the enormity of the empire he created were certainly a hard achievement to surpass. However, upon his death, his closest associates and generals began a bitter rivalry and a fight over territory and power in the vacuum […]

Belarus: Alexander Lukashenko mocks U.S. over Capitol violence

“In our country, protesters and other dissatisfied people don’t storm government agencies and capitols,” Lukashenko said. 00

UK and Canada impose sanctions on Alexander Lukashenko and seven Belarus officials

Britain and Canada have announced sanctions on senior Belarusian figures including President Alexander Lukashenko following last month’s election and the subsequent crackdown on protesters. Seven other officials including the country’s interior minister, the public security police chief and Lukashenko’s son Victor — a national security adviser — are covered by the sanctions, which include an […]

The Extraordinary Story of Alexander Nevsky, the 13th C. Prince, Russia’s Most Popular Leader Ever

Home » Culture, Europe, History » The Extraordinary Story of Alexander Nevsky, the 13th C. Prince, Russia’s Most Popular Leader Ever     “He who comes to us with the sword will die by the sword.” Nevsky laid down the standard for how Russia would conduct diplomacy. Hail and take heed, this is the tale […]

Pope Alexander VI: Unscrupulous Borgia Patriarch With a Lust for Power

Alexander VI was a pope who lived during the 15 th century, when Italy was experiencing the Renaissance. He is considered to be one of the most controversial popes in the history of the Roman Catholic Church . Instead of focusing on spiritual matters, Alexander was more concerned with material wealth and earthly power. Moreover, […]

Belarus presidential election: Who is long-time leader Alexander Lukashenko?

Those who know Alexander Lukashenko — dubbed “Europe’s last dictator” — are convinced he will never relinquish his grip on power. The 65-year-old, who has been Belarus’ president since 1994, is seeking a sixth term in elections on Sunday, August 9. But he’s facing the fight of his life, according to experts. His other rivals, […]

Kalash: The Lost Children of Great Alexander

The Kalash claim to be descended from Alexander’s soldiers

Kalash: The Lost Children of Great Alexander November 16, 2018 Published in History The Kalash claim to be descended from Alexander’s soldiers Decendants of Alexander the Great soldiers? The New York Times recently published an article* that had a fascinating description of the Kalash, an ancient ethnic group living high in the remote mountains of […]

UK Version of Skripal Case ‘Not Credible’ says Walter Litvinenko, Father of Alexander Litvinenko

The British authorities explicitly cite the poisoning of the former FSB agent Alexander Litvinenko in London as circumstantial evidence in the Skripal case. “The Russians did it before, they will do it again,” –  that’s the essence of the UK’s allegations against Russia. But doesn’t London itself have the capability, the intent and the motive […]

“Godfather” Of The NRA, Alexander Torshin

Disclaimer: I am not against the Second Amendment. I’m actually further to the right than the NRA on many civil liberties issues regarding the subject of firearms. After I wrote the article below I wanted to figure out why the NRA lost its influence in Washington to the point where the president of the United States […]

Alexander The Great, Greece, and the Egyptian Pharaohs

Alexander The Great, Greece, and the Egyptian Pharaohs King Tut would have spoken Egyptian, having ruled in 1330 BC, whereas Cleopatra, who died just three decades prior to the year 0, was Greek. Pharaohs spoke only Egyptian in the beginning, But when the Macedonians invaded Egypt, they installed a new line of rulers that where […]

Lost city of Alexander the Great is found in Iraq

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Alexander The Great’s Lost 2,000 Year Old City Found By Drones

A mysterious city thought to have been founded by Alexander the Great has been uncovered by British archaeologists. Qalatga Darband in northern Iraq has been lost for more than 2,000 years until researchers stumbled upon it after flying a drone over a previously out of bounds area. Archaeologists at the British Museum were first alerted […]

Left, Right And The Russian Connection: An Interview With Alexander Reid Ross And Eric Draitser

Traditional Russian Matreskas depicting Vladimir Putin, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump displayed in a shop in Moscow. Nov. 8, 2016. (AP/Pavel Golovkin) NEW YORK (Interview) —Neoliberal capitalism has failed the vast majority of Americans. It has increased inequality, fostered austerity, destroyed the environment and fomented wars.   Reactionary right-wing politics have largely succeeded in filling […]

Paintings of Hyperborean Russia by Alexander Uglanov

Alexander Uglanov (Александр Угланов) was born in 1960 in Tver. He studied at the Art College of Venetsianov under Vladimir Ivanovich Burov, an experienced master who taught the importance of strict academic art, which involves the careful study of nature and a focus on the overall quality of a picture, while also allowing for a […]

Honoring Our History Ep. 6 – Punishing The Persians (Alexander The Great Pt 1)

In this two-parter, Barbute and Lauritz talk about the conquests of Alexander the Great and the way he changed the classical world. Part one deals with the Sacking of Tyre, the numerous battles against the Persians under Darius III, as well as Alexanders army and how it operated. Feel free to follow […]

The Mythological Art of Alexander Rothaug

Portrait, reprinted in Der Getreue Eckart Volume 12, Volume 1, 1934, page 255. Alexander Rothaug, in spite of having been quite popular back in his heyday, is one of those artists one only gets to know by doing some research. I suppose this must be due to the fact that these kinds of painters […]

Political discord and media war continue to damage Iran-Turkey relations

Although in the greater part of their remarks, senior officials of Iran and Turkey note that the two countries share common views on regional issues, the media war, which is going on between the two countries’ journalists, political elites and some middle-ranking officials, makes one believe that a full-fledged war is going on between the […]

TCCIM backs new oil contract model

TEHRAN, July 20 (Shana) — Head of the energy committee of the Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines & Agriculture (TCCIM) Mansour Mo’azzami said the committee is planning to hold a series of meetings to present the real image of the newly-developed oil contracts model to show its support for the model. Addressing the 23td […]

State Supreme Court Just Ruled Mandatory DUI Tests are Unconstitutional

On Friday, the Kansas Supreme Court ruled the state’s DUI testing refusal law unconstitutional, setting a remarkable precedent concerning forced testing of those suspected of driving under the influence. In a 6-1 ruling, the court decided the state’s law, which had made it a crime to refuse breathalyzer or blood alcohol tests without a court-ordered […]

Hammercast – Individualism

ZeigerDaily Stormer June 1, 2016 Join Zeiger this week as he explains how to deal with liberals promoting individualism, moral relativism and nihilism. Learn instead how to instill a sense of belonging and duty towards your people in those listening to you. Source Article from http://www.dailystormer.com/hammercast-individualism/ 00

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