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On this November Day in 1942, Nazi German Troops Take Vichy France

On November 10, 1942, German troops occupy Vichy France, which had previously been free of an Axis military presence.

South Africans: Rothschilds Sucking Country’s Economy Dryer Than The Kalahari Desert

VT's Jonas Alexis explores what's going in global banking rip-offs around the world

Meet Asia’s New ‘Donors at The Paris Club

Reform the International Development Architecture?

How Russia handed Moscow to Napoleon 210 years ago but went on to win war

West cliche says "Winter" defeated the French leader. But the truth is far more complex. VT's Jonas explores the real truth.

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VT RADIO: State of Global Anti-VAX Movement and Overpopulation with VT’s Dr. Kevin Barrett

DISCLOSURE: This is a responsible independent open forum conversation as it relates to foreign policy around the world. This is NOT a scientific data driven discussion and should NOT be used to determine whether a vaccine should be used or not.  For such information, please consult your doctor and your government Health agencies.  In USA, please consult the Center for Disease Control (CDC) for their current policy and recommendations at their web site:  https://www.cdc.gov/

UK Government cares more for Ukraine regime than the health and welfare of our own people

With £2.5 trillions of debt how can we put foreign military adventures above priorities such as properly funding the NHS and treating our nurses decently?
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VT RADIO: The Middle East 2023 and Beyond with VT’s Sami Jadallah

VT Radio Host Johnny Punish welcomes long-time VT writer Sami Jadallah who is currently in the Middle East working the business scene with all the major players. Sami offers his insights into what's happening now and what to expect in the future for the Middle East.
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VT RADIO: 2023 Police Surveillance State Update with VT’s Dr. Kevin Barrett

The Clampdown gets face punched by VT's Senior Editor Dr. Kevin Barrett while Host Johnny Punish delivers an upper cut to its corporate controllers