On the 27th of June this year, Ukraine (and Georgia and Moldova) signed the Association Agreement with the European Union, to govern policy convergence and later trade. Its supporters see it as setting the seal on a new era of east-west relations. […]
As part of the probe into Alderweireld, who runs brothels in Belgium, police uncover an alleged cross-border prostitution ring involving the managers of the luxury Carlton hotel in Lille, local business leaders and police officials. […]
Published on Apr 10, 2014
US President Lyndon Johnson, South Vietnamese General Nguyễn Văn Thiệu, and US General William Westmoreland meet in 1966 in Honolulu to discuss the progress of the Vietnam War.
From US Army Staff Film Report 66-7A
Public domain film from the US National Archives
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L’Express – France 10 July 2013
Father Vesin in L’Express by François Koch
The Express has published an article on 10 July four pages on Father Pascal Vesin , the pastor of the Church of Megève fired because he was denounced as a Freemason GODF by anonymous letters.
The Express was a long meeting Father Pascal Vesin and the Vicar General of the Diocese of Annecy Alain Fournier.
It appears from this investigation that the father Pascal was almost excommunicated for a “matter of principle” (the ban to be a member of a Masonic Lodge) and there is absolutely no evidence of the influence of its membership GODF to how it performed its function of priest. Being recognized in the Diocese that the results of his work at the head of the parish is very positive.
Vesin father wants to continue his fight … walking on Rome from 14 July to late August, with the aim of obtaining a hearing Francis Pope. He hopes to convince him to return to the maximum penalty was imposed. It is true that the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith ruled on March 7, six […]
Katholisches.info – Magazine for Church and Culture http://www.katholisches.info/?p=14529
The shadow of the Freemasons to the Elysee Palace 1 February 2012
Google Translate from German
(Paris) The initials seem harmless: CIU, Cercle Interuniversitair s (Inter-University Circle). But behind this tranquil sounding a Masonic Association of French academics Superloge to hide in reality. The initials are the same, but the actual name loud: Confraternite initiatique universal e (Initiastische Universal Brotherhood). If some members are university professors who are interested in the history of Freemasonry and philosophical questions, as other move in very close contact with the French policy. This revealed a report by Le Poin t. The weekly magazine published an article about Masonic multiple networks in France. In this case, Le Point examining the members Wahlkampftroß the major presidential candidates.
Candidate of the Greens and the extreme left are Freemasons
Two French presidential candidate of the second row are avowedly self-Masons: Jean-Luc Mélenchon, candidate of the extreme left is a member of the Grand Orient de France, Corinne Lepage of the Greens, wife of former Environment Minister, Freemason and CIU Allies Christian Huglo, one of the women Grand Lodge on.
FP – Foreign Policy Le Scandal
The Arab world’s revolutions have exposed the moral bankruptcy of France’s foreign policy.
BY ERIC PAPE | FEBRUARY 25, 2011
COMMENTS (14) Masonic Gestures: Hand on Shoulder, Hand in Jacket Breast The year in French foreign policy began rather well, with a feeling of a fresh start as the new minister of foreign affairs, Michèle Alliot-Marie, returned home rejuvenated from her Christmas holiday to provide renewed strength and focus at the Quai d’Orsay, the home of the ministry. As it turned out, neither her return, nor the vacation itself were such a great idea.
Two months into 2011, the transformation of North Africa has exposed a slew of moral failings in French policy in the Arab world, and raised a flurry of questions about Alliot-Marie’s ethics, judgment, and veracity. By Feb. 27, Alliot-Marie was gone, replaced in a cabinet reshuffle after less than four months in office. The rest of the French diplomatic corps is increasingly turning on the president as his Middle East policy continues to disintegrate.
Sarkozy, in a mea culpa of sorts, recently explained that France did not take “full measure of the hopelessness” […]