Gary Franchi – Joe Wolverton, II, writing for the New American has uncovered a litteral bombshell in the new NDAA nearly ONE BILLION DOLLARS has been earmarked to fund Syrian and Ukrainan Rebel groups. Read the rest of this entry »
Gary Franchi – Time Magazine breaks down the new Chapman University survey quite nicly and reveals a shocking fact. Americans are more afraid of Government corruption than an act of Terror. Read the rest of this entry »
SOTT – This territory has never been in the hands of the Islamic State, deputy chief of the Russian General Staff Andrey Kartapolov points out
Traces of airstrikes against household buildings have been found at the Syria-Jordan border, where Russian warplanes have performed no missions, deputy chief of the Russian General Staff Andrey Kartapolov said on Friday.
“We have spotted ruins of household buildings destroyed by bombing near the settlement of Kherbet Ghazala at the Syrian-Jordan border,” he told a briefing for foreign military attaches and journalists. Read the rest of this entry »
James Corbett – As the same establishment press that sold the public the Iraq WMD lies “breaks” the “news” that Bush and Blair planned the invasion in advance, James shows the documents we’ve had for a decade telling us the exact same thing. And people wonder why trust in media is at an all-time low… Read the rest of this entry »
Alex Jones Channel – Alex Jones breaks down how Russia is taking a stand against the new world order and removing some of George Soros’ pet group which were set up to do nothing but destabilize the country. Read the rest of this entry »
(CorbettReport) – As NATO and Russia revive the old nuclear Cold War, the public is being prepared to accept the first-strike use of tactical nuclear weapons on targets in the Middle East and elsewhere. And as the world inches closer to a World War III scenario, we find the old MAD doctrine being revived in a new round of madness. Read the rest of this entry »
(NWNW) – Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week: Read the rest of this entry »
(AJC) – A historic Nuke deal has been made with Iran. The accord will keep Iran from producing enough material for a nuclear weapon for at least 10 years and impose new provisions for inspections of Iranian facilities, including military sites. Read the rest of this entry »
Carter insisted military options would be used to “bolster the security of our friends and allies in the region, including Israel,” and that tens of thousands of US ground troops in the Gulf region are going “full speed ahead”in that direction.
Carter is planning to visit Israel next week, something the White House is touting as proof of US military cooperation with Israel. With Israel railing against the nuclear pact, the idle talk of a US attack was seen as an effort to placate Israeli leadership that the deal doesn’t necessarily foil their efforts to spark a war with Iran.
At the same time, it’s virtually unthinkable that the US would actually sign a deal with Iran one day and attack them the next, irrespective of the more pro-Israel narrative such claims put forward. The posturing on about the threat to attack both harms Iran’s trust that the deal is sincere and is ultimately dishonest, since the US naturally isn’t going to attack Iran at this point. – Source: Anti War
A unilateral diktat and imposing one’s own models produces the opposite result
(CLUBORLOV) – Most people in the English-speaking parts of the world missed Putin’s speech at the Valdai conference in Sochi a few days ago, and, chances are, those of you who have heard of the speech didn’t get a chance to read it, and missed its importance. Read the rest of this entry »
(BreakingTheSet) – Abby then reflects on the dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki and explains why this wasn’t a necessary action in order to end World War II. Read the rest of this entry »
(BernieSuarez) – Watching world events lately one cannot help but to wonder, whatever happened to the war in Afghanistan? Are U.S. soldiers supposedly still exchanging fire with Al Qaeda as (supposed) payback for 9/11? For a couple years I had been offering cash reward for anyone who can prove the war in Afghanistan to be a real “war” scenario; you know, the one with the video proof of the opposition actually firing back at our positions. Read the rest of this entry »
Consistent anti-war sentiment is a minority opinion on the Left
(MisesDaily) – Common wisdom would purport that those on the so-called “right” are and have always been hawkish and pro-war, while those on the proverbial “left” have always been the tree-hugging, peacenik, anti-war folks. For many conservatives, unfortunately, this is more or less correct. However, progressives have once againairbrushed their own past, which is about as anti-war as, well, war. Read the rest of this entry »
Fall of Saigon scenario ready to unfold at U.S. embassy
(KurtNimmo) – The U.S. embassy in Baghdad may soon fall prey to ISIS.
The embassy – the largest and most expensive diplomatic complex in the world, nearly as large as Vatican City – has maintained a corridor to Baghdad International Airport. In June Obama ordered the deployment of an additional 200 troops to reinforce security at the embassy and airport. Read the rest of this entry »
(BrandonTurbeville) – Nearly two years ago, in November, 2012, Barack Obama made his now infamous remarksthat “there’s no country on Earth that would tolerate missiles raining down on its citizens from outside its borders.”
Obama’s statements, of course, were designed to act as cover and protection for the Zionist settler state of Israel as it launched and continues to launch violent campaigns of slaughter and extermination against the Palestinians. Obama reiteratedhis position by stating that the United States supported Israel in its “right to defend itself” against “missiles landing on people’s homes and potentially killing civilians.” Read the rest of this entry »
(BrandonTurbeville) – Informed observers and those knowledgeable about the crises in Syria might be somewhat confused by recent remarks made by Vice President Joe Biden at the annual John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum at Harvard University’s Institute of Politics.
At first glance, Biden’s comments seem as though they are a stunning admission that not only are there no moderate rebels in Syria but that close American allies like Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates are responsible for their growth and proliferation in Syria.
(RussiaToday) – German journalist Dr. Udo Ulfkotte admits writing articles about Libya and Gaddafi for the CIA. He explains how if reporters refused to cooperate they were fired. Also, since he blew the whistle on this “Operation Mockingbird” style control of the global press, his house has been searched six times looking for state secrets, and he’s had three heart attacks. Read the rest of this entry »
(BrandonTurbeville) – As if any reasonably informed observer would be surprised, the United States is now eying the possibility of implementing a buffer zone in Syria “very very closely.”
On Wednesday, October 8, 2014, U.S. Secretary of State and Skull and Bones member John Kerry statedthat “The buffer zone is an idea that has been out there. It is worth examining, it’s worth looking at very, very closely.”
The statement, demonstrating that the United States is edging ever closer toward the goal it has desired since the beginning of the Syrian crisis – a buffer zone – comes only days after Turkey’s parliament passed a resolution to allow the Turkish military to enter the sovereign territory of Iraq and Syria under the pretext of battling Western-backed IS militants. Read the rest of this entry »
(NewEasternOutlook) – The speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives, Akila Saleh Issa, at the UN General Assembly demanded the international community to provide assistance in enhancing security in this troubled country. He stated that the rebuilding of a combat-capable army in Libya is a matter of utmost importance, otherwise people will be left to face terrorists on their own.
The alarming statements made by Libyan authorities coincide with the ongoing missile strikes of the US against ISIL militants. Read the rest of this entry »
Prime Minister David Cameron says strikes in Syria would be lawful on the basis of protecting neighboring Iraq
(TheHill) – The British Parliament voted overwhemingly on Friday to approve airstrikes against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), joining the coalition led by the United States.
The House of Commons voted 524 to 43 to approve the strikes. The measure authorizes strikes only in Iraq, stating that those in Syria would be subject to a separate vote. It also notes that ground troops will not be deployed in combat.
The BBC reports, however, that Prime Minister David Cameron says strikes in Syria would be lawful on the basis of protecting neighboring Iraq.
Some lawmakers in the United States have pointed to the British vote to show that Congress should also vote on authorization. Full article here
Imam of mosque suspect attended linked to Muslim Brotherhood
(KurtNimmo) – Alton Nolan, the man accused of beheading a coworker in Oklahoma City, attended a mosque run by an iman tied to Anwar al-Awlaki, the al-Qaeda operative who dined at the Pentagon a few months after the 9/11 attacks.
Suhaib Webb presided over the Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City, a mosque attended by Nolan, and currently serves as the iman of a sister organization in Boston, according to Breitbart. The Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center, located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is connected to the alleged Boston Marathon bombers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev. Read the rest of this entry »
(BrandonTurbeville) – In what is more proof that the NATO operation against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is merely Libya 2.0, the Obama administration is now stating that it is open to the possibility of establishing a “no-fly zone” over Syria.
The statements, made by both Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and General Martin E. Dempsey, are supposed to hinge upon an agreement with Turkey, that is itself calling for a “buffer zone,” one of the wishes of NATO since the very beginning of the Syrian crisis. Read the rest of this entry »
(JamesCorbett) – As bombs start dropping in Syria and Iraq, the world is once again being asked to cower in fear of a shadowy terror group that most people hadn’t heard of just a few months ago. But even the most cursory examination of ISIS’s past, its connections, and the actors populating it reveal a very different story than the one we are being asked to believe in. Fake terrorists. Foreign backers. False flags. Meet the new boogeyman, same as the old boogeyman.
(BrandonTurbeville) – Only a day after the United States launched airstrikes against alleged ISIS targets in Syria, the real reasons behind these specific targets are gradually becoming clearer. Yet, for anyone who actually thought that the U.S. airstrikes were something other than an attack on Bashar al-Assad’s government forces, the location and targets of the strikes may tell a different story if looked at closely. Read the rest of this entry »