Days of Future Past finds the X-Men, and all of mutant kind, on the brink of extinction. In a dark future, lethal Sentinel machines are hunting down and killing our heroes. With the battle nearing its end, Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart) and his old friend/enemy Erik "Magneto" Lehnsherr (Ian McKellen) must unite their forces
"Soon no American or British citizen will be safe anywhere on earth, for decades to come." It was repeated after Libya, at every sabre rattling at Iran. Throughout the meddling, funding and support for terrorists in Syria the phrase has resurfaced, as again after Victoria Nuland boasted of her government's $5 billion illegal coup in Ukraine.
The result of the Euro Elections? A resounding protest vote against austerity, against the EU immigration policies, against the political Establishment, in a Europe which has gone too far, too fast, away from the will of the people who never wanted a Federal State, much less a Euro which has led millions to misery.
Official representatives of Visa and MasterCard payment systems said that the companies were willing to work in Russia. The decision of the companies to stay in Russia involves the transfer of processing centers to the territory of the country. As a result, Visa and MasterCard will be integrated into the national payment system
Billionaire Pyotr Poroshenko has won the presidential election in Ukraine. He has received 57,31 percent of the vote. Thus, according to exit polls, Poroshenko won the election in the first round. Yulia Tymoshenko comes second with 12.39 percent of the vote. She already said that she and her party would strive for Ukraine's membership at NATO
If the reported remark by Prince Charles on a visit to Canada, comparing the actions of President Putin to Hitler are true, then it speaks volumes not only about Prince Charles' capacity to be a future monarch but also, the background to such a classic example of sheer ignorance. Let us see why.
Real Madrid is crowned in Lisbon tonight as the best football team of all time, winning its tenth Champions League (or equivalent) final, beating arch rivals Atlético 4-1 after extra time. On the night, Atlético did not deserve to lose by three goals but was part of a true festivity of football.
Many have attempted to compare the events in Ukraine to those of the former Yugoslavia. Here's an analysis from someone who survived that carnage. First, a moment comes when a country simply ceases to exist. It's still called a particular name at the UN and its police wear a certain insignia but that's about it
The authorities of the city of Kazan, the Tatarstan Republic, have recently started to demolish the abandoned buildings of ZBI-2 armored concrete factory on Zorge Street. According to local residents, the place that was abandoned more than ten years, enjoyed ill reputation. The locals believe that the factory is a home to ghosts
"Here are our thoughts. The next step is Ukraine in NATO. They never ask us about it, nor do they conduct a dialogue with us. As experience of the past two decades shows - there's no dialogue, they only say - "none of your business, it doesn't concern you," Putin said at the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum
Even though there is no conclusive evidence to claim there is a shortage of aerospace engineers in the USA (immigrants or not), the Pentagon and its defense contractors continue to moan and groan about a mythic shortage that does not actually exist. Perhaps Boeing is hedging its bets by financially supporting STEM in China
Russophobic, intrusive and arrogant. These three adjectives sum up the childish diatribe entitled Ukrainian Lessons, published in several European media outlets this week, a study in sheer bilge, lies and pig-faced ignorance. Welcome to the European Union, where hypocrisy rules supreme and democracy is a joke.
Many did indeed vote at the barrels of guns - held by those sent by the US-UK-EU-NATO allies in the $5 Billion US coup in the capitol, Kiev, which replaced the elected government. Their actions "resulted in several deaths." The two regions followed Crimea, who on 16th March, voted by near 93% to cede to Russia in an over 80% turnout.