Jim W. Dean – No one hates war more than the Russians do. This is why the manufactured US hype of the “Russian threat” is such a devious fraud on the American people. The Russian people would never politically support any such offense,
Jim W. Dean – Trump has learned the hard way that Reality TV Show blustering is not only an unsuitable demeanor for a President, but a disaster in foreign policy.
Jim W. Dean – Uri has a wonderful piece for us today, a big peek behind the curtain into how the Zionist regime has used its huge number of holidays to forge a common Jewish supremacy and victimology mindset in an attempt to bind its disparate factions together.
Jim W. Dean – My, my… this came as a big surprise; a multi-billion euro jump in trade, in just the first two months of the year; a bit of a hint that some of the sanctions have a play-acting feature to them.
Jim W. Dean – This was a strange twist of fate, and not unfairly so. That is because, during the two previous ceasefires, the US failed to separate their opposition forces from Al-Nusra and ISIS, proving itself an unreliable partner.
Jim W. Dean – The fairy tale of Emmanuel Macron emerging as an “organic candidate”, new party and all, out of the blue, always struck me as the Deep State crowd testing if P.T. Barnum’s old maxim, “There’s a sucker born every minute” was still in play. It is.
Jim W. Dean – Director Comey is nothing if not a good “testifier”. It is not a common talent to find on an executive resume, but a much needed one for a department head inside the Beltway,
Jim W. Dean – Almost everywhere that combat is going on, some civilians are in the way, and the jihadis and opposition use them as human shields and their corpses as “proof” of Assad being the ruthless tyrant. They forget that we are onto their scam.
Jim W. Dean – Robert McNamara, during one his last interviews, spoke of the Cold War as really a being “Hot War”, his attempt to have it viewed for what it really was.
Jim W. Dean – Iran is structuring its economic recovery to have as many foreign country trade investment partners so it can create pro-Iran trade lobbies in those respective countries to push back against current and future US sanctions.
Jim W. Dean – VT had predicted that the hyped missile attack on Syria, totally a bravado exercise for Trump, gave the Russians a wide opening for upgrading Syria’s air defenses, a poor trade off for Trump for the damage done.
Jim W. Dean – Uri gives us an analysis of how the young, unknown Emmanuel Macron, with a new party, came out of the blue to win the first round in the French elections.
Jim W. Dean – While the story mentions Hekmatyar being a CIA asset during the Soviet-Afghan War and a close friend of Osama bin Laden, it left out that Osama was a full CIA officer, Tim Osman, who even used his medical benefits when he was on the terror lists.
Jim W. Dean – Mr. Sheikh has an excellent review of the Trump post-missile strike on Syria, in terms of what it revealed about future US policy, or maybe I should say, the lack of one.
Jim W. Dean – As I have always said, and been ignored, killing the Jihadis on the battlefield is a short-term accomplishment, when they can be easily replaced by those waiting in the bullpen training camps.
Jim W. Dean – The worm seems to be turning in US-Ukraine relations, with this story on major cutbacks in US financial support, but with a caveat. There is no mention of any military cutbacks, just in “reform” and economic aid.
Jim W. Dean – I had expected some new Russian troops to be coming into Syria with the already published plans to boost up Syria’s missile defenses, as there would be no time to train Syrian personnel on the newer equipment.
Jim W. Dean – This is Uri at his best today, going to bat for an abused underdog with whom he is politically aligned, Marwan Barghouti, who has been spending much of his life in prison for resisting the Zionist occupation, as the Zionists did with the British mandatory government before them.
Jim W. Dean – Mr. Engdahl takes us behind the EU economic curtain for a peek at what a hollowed-out Swiss cheese it is. The banksters and deep-state actors have already looted the Union, leaving the electorate holding the debt bag.
Jim W. Dean -There are some surprising gems in this official Community Party editorial, including the direct threat to North Korea concerning if its nuke program endangers Chinese in the region.
Jim W. Dean – The pot is beginning to simmer between China and South Korea, with public animosity against the Korean deployment of the THAAD anti-missile deployment topping the list.
Jim W. Dean – Now we have not only a highly probable fake gas attack in Idlib, but an investigation that is more fake than the attack itself. There has been little public outrage over the investigation scandal.
Jim W. Dean – What we saw happen here is the US do another Gulf of Tonkin deal, and despite the long history of manufactured events like this, most of the country, media, and institutions just swallowed it.
Jim W. Dean – Color me suspicious, but I do agree with Gates that the world in general has to be pro-active for such events. What I disagree with completely is no mention of that preparation including spilling the history of these diseases already having been prepared to use by state actors.
Jim W. Dean – There is no greater treason for President and his Military and Intel command than to take the country to war on fake intelligence. The US has a long record of doing that, long proven, so that is carved in stone.
Jim W. Dean – Americans have a lot to worry about concerning their future. We notice a growing numbness among the folks, not only refusing to do much to correct the situation, but not wanting to even think about it.
Jim W. Dean – This boggles the mind in its stupidity, that no one in the US Embassy system wanted to draw attention to themselves by interfering in standard procedures. So a three month old baby had to be brought down to London for a terrorism interview – YJCMTSU
Jim W. Dean – If anyone out there is still living in the fantasyland that they are living in a democracy this is a life line story to help you climb back into the world of reality.
Jim Dean – Albrecht Dittrich, a young East German national science scholar, becomes a Cold War KGB spy sent to America, only to end up fully Americanized after ten years of being operational. This is the first such agent to describe what it was like living deep under cover.
Jim W. Dean – One of the continuing failures of modern democracies is the addiction to filling top government positions with political hacks and lackeys. Boris Johnson is a perfect case.