Jim W. Dean – We have come a long way from the old Davy Crockett mini-nukes, but we still have idiots that say they are just a conspiracy theory when mini-nukes have been the triggers for big nukes, like almost forever. You can’t make this stuff up.
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Jim W. Dean – The Dutch vote, you can be sure, will be undermined to the best of the EU elites’ ability to do so. That said, the president had mentioned he would work to have “adjustments” made to what the association would entail.
Jim W. Dean – Enjoy this bygone time of small town folks hanging out at the barber shop to shoot the breeze and in this case, enjoy some fabulous jam sessions.
Jim W. Dean – This is the sixth VT publishing of the sinking of the SS Paul Hamilton in WWII, torpedoed with 504 seamen and troops aboard with 6000 tons of explosives, and the details were classified for 50 years to hide the shipping of troops on ammo ships.
Jim W. Dean – The Syrian people want their homes back and the terrorists dead, so let’s get on with what needs to be done, or more will die who did not need to.
Jim W. Dean – The peace talks roll on with the Saudi backed opposition people leaving. Everybody get your prayer rugs out to hope they never return, or they go tight with their jihadis.
Jim W. Dean – The US coalition kept the opposition groups intermingled with al-Nusra, so that when some opposition people got bombed “they” could claim the ceasefire had been broken and start shipping advanced weaponry to the opposition as they threatened, a breach of the ceasefire themselves.
Jim W. Dean – Konrad Stachnio lays out how Poland is becoming a terrorist weapons transit country for the growing marriage of ISIL and the Ukie Neo-Nazis and their boardroom buddies to destabilize the EU, like Turkey is doing.
Jim W. Dean – By attacking Bibi in front of a well known Jewish advocacy group in DC, Biden is waving the green flag for everyone else to begin attacking Bibi and the Likuds on the settlements.
Jim W. Dean – The Saudi HNC opposition geniuses have now let us know their response to the Syrian Parliamentary elections is to end the ceasefire by calling for attacks on the Syrian allied forces in Aleppo.
Jim W. Dean – The big shock in all this is not that two thirds of Germans regretted Merkel’s kissing Erdogan’s fanny in public like this… but that 22% of them support her.
Jim W. Dean – This is a huge story. We have a top Naval admiral publicly admitting that Russia’s military expansion, is really just the expected defensive response to NATO aggression toward Russian borders, confirming VT’s editorial position on this from day one.
Jim W. Dean – Merkel just stepped in some doo doo on this one, giving her political opposition a perfect foil to put a spotlight on her “accommodations” with Turkey at the expense of German citizens’ free speech rights.
Jim W. Dean – Seth Ferris has discovered that, with the US finally pulling out of Yemen, the very large weapons stockpile for the CIA, $500-million worth, seems to have gone missing. Imagine that.
Jim W. Dean – I feel almost dishonest even using the term European “security issues”, because European INSECURITY issues would be a more accurate description of what has really be going on.
Jim W. Dean – The Western coalition with do everything it can to finagle from these talks what they could not win via their terrorist brigades on the battlefield. It will be a long road to the next presidential election.
Jim W. Dean – Our prayers have been answered. The Panama Papers scam is being burned down as I type, along with what little reputation that corporate media and the think tank subverts thought they might still have.
Jim W. Dean – Kerry’s making this statement while in Bahrain is even more significant, as it comes on the heels of NATO Secretary Stoltenberg announcing that meeting agenda talks were in progress with Moscow.
“About 96 percent of the spent fuel the United States is now storing can be turned into new fuel.” – Clinton Bastin (d. 2014)…VT former nuclear expert.
Jim W. Dean – Kerry was slick to use this indirect approach of quoting foreign leaders’ concerns over the low quality of talent in the presidential race, because it has turned in the huckster version of Dancing with the Stars, with the crowds cheering for their favorite loon.
Jim W. Dean – There has been talk of these new trainees being forward observers for airstrikes, but that is what the Special Forces we have there are supposed to do. I don’t believe for a minute they are going to let a YPG or moderate rebel call airstrikes in.
Jim W. Dean – The Russians were right all along — that the Western game of “good terrorists and bad” was a fool’s game, for which their citizens will pay a heavy price and yet deny any responsibility.
Jim W. Dean – Assad counterattacks by charging bad faith on those still demanding he step down, when the Geneva mandate was for all opposition parties to be involved, which certainly included him, and he gently reminds us that the Syrian-Russian military progress is “helping” the political process.
Jim W. Dean – Palmyra will now become a key forward operation base for the continued offensive on Deir-Ezzor and Raqqa. As the Syrian opposition stalls the talks, its position just gets weaker. Syrian Parliamentary elections are just a few weeks away.
Jim W. Dean – So on this Easter Day think of your country nailed to the cross and the words “God forgive them, for they know not what they do.” In the situation I have described, they DO know what they have done.
Jim W. Dean – Turkey seems to be scraping the bottom of the barrel with this Hail Mary pass to blame the EU for the terrorism problem in the Mid East, while denying its own involvement.
Jim W. Dean – Our Congress and defense industry team up to continue bleeding us dry on wasted new weapons programs with their huge cost overruns and delays, where both Russia and soon China will be able to create cost effective deterrents.
Jim W. Dean – As I am typing we have the news of the Brussel’s bombing shortly after Erdogan throwing a fit over the Kurdish PKK political wing having promoted itself at an EU event there.
Jim W. Dean – Russian journalist Vladimir Solovyov explains Putin’s pull back in one sentence: “It’s not by accident that Putin is called the most unpredictable politician in the world, because he constantly does what he says he is going to do.”
Jim W. Dean – Iran has embarked on walking a dangerous tightrope with Turkey. The comment below about “common threats” is over the with Turkey supporting terrorist operationsin both Syria and Iraq.