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With German Polls Closing, Merkel Looks To Historic 4th Term In Office; Far-Right AfD Set To Enter Bundestag

With polls closing shortly, Germany voted on Sunday in the country's federal elections in which long-serving Chancellor Angela Merkel looks certain to win a historic fourth term in office. The vite is also expected to see the right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) entering parliament: it would be the first time in 60 years that a far-right Germany party will be represented in the Bundestag.

Will The Deep State's War On Trump Lead To An Actual Civil War?

"These are all just casualties of Trump’s war with the 'deep state' (permanent military, intelligence, and diplomatic bureaucracies), whereby the vested power interests in the US are fighting to defeat the 'Make America Great Again' (MAGA) movement..."

Complete Preview Of Theresa May's "Florence" Brexit Speech

Media speculation is mounting over the content of UK PM May’s Brexit Speech in Florence tomorrow. This is the first big Brexit-specific speech by the PM following the General Election. It is designed to outline the basis for negotiations at the fourth round of EU-UK negotiations in Brussels next week.

The Future Will Be Decentralized

"The role of media as officialdom’s trusted gatekeepers had been declining in influence for years, but the 2016 election served as the real wakeup call for a discredited establishment. Control of mass consciousness had been lost."

The Geopolitical Earthquake Of The Looming Kurdistan Referendum

In a move that is entirely expected, Iraq's Supreme Court has ruled that the Iraqi Kurdistan independence referendum scheduled for Sept. 25 cannot take place. The ruling comes as Turkey has begun military exercises along its border with Iraq's Kurdish region in a show of force meant to signal it will not tolerate an independent Kurdistan.