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Say hello to my cruise missiles: Escobar

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The New Great Game in Eurasia advanced in leaps and bounds last week after Russia fired 26 cruise missiles from the Caspian Sea against 11 ISIS/ISIL/Daesh targets across Syria, destroying all of them. These naval strikes were the first known operational use of state-of-the-art SSN-30A Kalibr cruise missiles. All it took for the Pentagon was a […]

MH17 — DUTCH PREPARE MISSILE ATTACK ON MOSCOW

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By John Helmer, Moscow The Dutch Government has decided to launch a missile attack on Moscow in October. By suppressing all evidence obtained from the bodies of victims of the crash of Malaysian Airlines MH17, officials of the Dutch Safety Board and associated Dutch military officers, police and prosecutors are preparing to release a report […]

MH17 – INADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE FOR WHAT CANNOT HAVE HAPPENED

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By John Helmer, Moscow Political responsibility and legal liability, like fish rot, start at the head. President Barack Obama’s and President Vladimir Putin’s heads, to be exact. For evidence of the destruction of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17, and of the 298 people on board, what the two presidents knew from the start — before the […]

China’s Great Game: In Russia’s backyard

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The handful of shiny new buildings sprouting out of a barren landscape of dusty steppe and rusting shipping containers is an incongruous sight. One of them, a sparkling tower of marble and glass, is empty aside from a duty-free shop on the ground floor. Next door, a shop sells Russian honey and Chinese ladies’ shoes, […]

Western coalition risks going head to head with Russia in Syrian conflict

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Sherif Elgebeily says that despite having a common enemy in Islamic State, Russia and the Western coalition are on opposing sides when it comes to the Assad regime   It has been over a quarter of a century since the collapse of the USSR, the fall of the Berlin Wall and, accordingly, the thawing of […]

U.S. vs. Russia: What a war would look like between the world’s most fearsome militaries

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Vladimir Putin’s brazen moves in Syria and Ukraine raise new questions about America’s contingency plans By Andrew Tilghman and Oriana Pawlyk, Staff writers Russia has big ambitions, growing capabilities Early on the morning of Sept. 30, a Russian three-star general approached the American embassy in Baghdad, walked past a wall of well-armed Marines, to deliver […]

Trans-Pacific Partnership: Bigger and More Dangerous Than ObamaCare

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William F. Jasper We all remember Representative Nancy Pelosi’s infamous statement that we have to pass the ObamaCare legislation so that we can find out what’s in it. That was in 2010 and Mrs. Pelosi was then speaker of the House of Representatives. Well, Congress followed her advice and passed ObamaCare, formally known as the […]

A Korean Helsinki Process?

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SEOUL – Last month, North and South Korea narrowly avoided a catastrophic military confrontation. After 40 hours of strenuous negotiations, the South agreed to stop loudspeaker broadcasts into the demilitarized zone between the two countries, in exchange for the North expressing “regret” for the South Korean soldiers killed by a landmine blast in the DMZ […]

Yes, Russia is *still* ready for war – even nuclear war

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On March 1st of last year I wrote an article entitled “Obama just made things much, much worse in the Ukraine – now Russia is ready for war” in which I wrote the following: “I hope and pray that Obama, and his advisers, stop and think carefully about their next step, because make no mistake […]

Putin Leads BRICS Uprising

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Posted By Mike Whitney On July 10, 2015 @ 12:05 pm In articles 2015,Leading Article | Comments Disabled There’s been a virtual blackout of news from this year’s seventh annual BRICS summit in Ufa, Russia.  None of the mainstream media organizations are covering the meetings or making any attempt to explain what’s going on.  As […]