Gordon Duff – I hate writing this. I just finished explaining Kevin’s piece on Korea and just finished talking with Jimmie. I am not allowed to mention who I talked with last night but the NSA can check their recordings.
Whenever politicians deny the moral and political order, they will end up positing crazy assertions that could probably stun even a toddler.
South Korea is committed to deploying an advanced US missile defense system this year despite opposition from China, a minister said Wednesday, even as opposition lawmakers headed to Beijing with a different message.
Editor’s note: Colonel Jim Hanke, VT editor, is the only man to have done 3 parachute jumps carrying one of these things. After conducting a series of successful nuclear tests, North Korea is putting together an elite military unit that will be equipped with “nuclear backpacks,” according to an unnamed source in the isolated […]
The United States and South Korea are obsessed with containing North Korea, but Washington’s aggressive expansion of anti-missile systems in the Asian peninsula, as well as in the Baltics, leave Moscow and Beijing reticent to trust America’s leadership. The United States and South Korea announced plans in July to deploy a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) […]
Russia may deploy additional missile systems to the Far East, including on the Kuril Islands, in response to the plans of the United States to deploy missile defense complexes in South Korea, Leonid Ivashov, president of the Academy of Geopolitical Problems, told RIA Novosti.
On Mar.26, North Korea released a propaganda video that depicts a nuclear strike on the USA. The propaganda move comes amid the latest series of North Korean missile tests and South Korea’s reports that Pyongyang is ready to carry out its fifth nuclear weapons test detonation.
Vladimir Terekhov – The Seoul agreement may serve as opening of the “Pandora’s box” for Tokyo.
On January 6, North Korea successfully tested a miniaturized hydrogen nuclear device, according to the state broadcaster, KCTV.
One of two things happened, either North Korea exploded an atom bomb, fission only, and lied about it or they exploded a small and highly advanced tactical fission-fusion (Teller type) device, which means something entirely different, something far more threatening than is being discussed may have transpired.
North Korea announced a successful test of a hydrogen bomb in a special statement broadcasted by the country’s central TV and South Korean TV channels.
An official from South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff told the South Korean news agency that the two military chiefs held a phone conversation on Saturday, resolving “to deter North Korea from launching additional threats.”
another “madman” who gets it?
Firstly good luck to Sgt Danny Nightingale, late of the SAS. In a with respect stupefying decision he has been found guilty on his retrial. He can’t be jailed, as the Court of Appeal rightly with respect imposed limitations on immediate custody at the retrial, having allowed an appeal against sentence. He should never have been retried.
The video below is less than three minutes. It was a short interview on a news program from Press TV, the Iranian network that I have found to be the best overall news available.
Writing for a defense publication has its issues. I am restricted from writing on things I work on myself. Come to think about it, I should be thanked.
Please enjoy these. They will not be available often. These are certified, classified and as submitted. For those familiar, this is incontrovertible.
On April 7, 2012, while North Korea was planning a missile launch, what has been described as a UFO was spotted from a passenger craft over Seoul, Korea. The video went viral with nearly a billion visitors
I would almost like to ask for a really good psychiatrist, one only slightly crazier than me, to convince me to sit out this election entirely. It has been so many and they make me sick inside. It isn’t just the differences in political parties, loose though they seem
There are over 2000 Israelis who are wanted as international war criminals from 1967 War
Former U.S. Army Captain Phil Steward provided testimony to the Korean National Assembly on Monday, August 1st, on the U.S. Army’s use of herbicdes in Korea during 1968-1969, according to a news story in The Chosunilbo and confirmed in an email from Steward to me today.
There has been misinformation spread by the media that all files for compensation for Agent Orange related presumptive illnesses must be filed by August 30th, 2011. UNTRUE and FALSE!
Many U.S. soldiers who served in Korea in the 1960s and 70s sprayed the lethal defoliant Agent Orange throughout Korea, a former U.S. Army captain told a National Assembly hearing on Monday.
At former MCAS El Toro, the Navy has shown no interest in using ground penetrating technology to locate buried TCE drums.
Veterans-For-Change, respectfully request that both Houses of Congress hold hearings immediately to call the Department of Defense, Department of the Army and the Department of Veterans Affairs to explain toxic waste dumps
The lethal defoliant Agent Orange was kept also at Camp Market, a depot of the U.S. Forces Korea in Bupyeong, Incheon, during the late 1960s, according to U.S. veterans.
As Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates confers with his counterparts at an Asia security summit in Singapore, the commander of U.S. Pacific Fleet emphasized the importance of the U.S. forward presence in the region to support humanitarian crises and deter aggression.
Korea’s Environment Ministry said yesterday it plans to demand the United States verify a news report that the U.S. military buried leftover Agent Orange, a defoliant widely used during the Vietnam War, at one of its camps in Korea.
“FACE VALUE,” THEY ARE IN THE STREETS FOR ALL OF US By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor Egypt is a lesson for America, teaching us to look at ourselves, at how free we really are. We are not so different, Egypt under Mubarak and America under what ever gang of financial criminals and foreign thugs […]
WASHINGTON –Veterans exposed to herbicides while serving along the demilitarized zone (DMZ) in Korea will have an easier path to access quality health care and benefits under a Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) final regulation that will expand the dates when illnesses caused by herbicide exposure can be presumed to be related to Agent Orange. […]