Some ideas are so dumb that only a politician and Israeli puppet in Washington could believe them, for no ordinary man could be so dumb.
Libyan Civil War (2011-2014)
Jim W. Dean – Jane Stillwater is a trip, literally, and one hell of a lady. She seems to be an old hippie that never bothered to blend in, and thank god for that, as she is one of a kind. She was part of our ten-person US crew invited to be election monitors for the 2014 Syrian elections.
Jonas E. Alexis–Obviously Henry Bernard Levy is not really a philosopher who is interested in the pursuing the truth. He is interested in spreading an essentially Talmudic ideology in the West and the Middle East.
The two sides issued separate statements on Wednesday, urging a resolution to Libya’s political and economic conflict. They also stressed the importance of unifying efforts to fight Takfiri terrorist groups.
Israel is the provocateur par excellence in the Middle East, and they have countless agents and think tanks in much of the West.
Sergey Lavrov has recently produced a devastating blow on the New World Order ideology.
“Cheney, and a number of CIA agents who did what they did in those so-called black holes [overseas torture centres] should appear before the International Criminal Court.”
The Three Demons
Back in March, I wrote an article which analysed how the well (or not so well) Saudi Arabia’s newly formed “Coalition against Terrorism” was performing.
Will Brandon Martinez agree or disagree with Alexander Solzhenitsyn on Vladimir Putin?
Can Ann Coulter be trusted on important matters? No. Is she morally and intellectually sick? No doubt about it. Is there any redemption for her? Yes.
Under new commander Marine Gen. Thomas Waldhauser, AFRICOM has deployed the lethal helicopter in the Libyan theater to deplete and degrade violent extremists. © AFP 2016/ Vano Shlamov Abrams Tank’s Major Upgrades to Give US Marines a ‘Hunter-Killer’ Edge The US Marines have unveiled their new secret weapon in the air offensive against Daesh (known locally […]
There is a sense of inevitability to the notion that IS terrorist activities are going to spread to Europe. How the governments of Europe deal with this threat could be one of the defining factors of the coming years, not least due to the parallel issue of millions of disenfranchised and disgruntled Muslims living in Europe that represent something of a powder keg under threat of ignition by the sparks of IS terrorism.
Last month protests erupted in Libya over French military operations conducted inside the country without local authorities’ consent. On Monday, Libyan officials said with much fanfare and pride the US had started bombing Sirte.
Today, whenever we read a report about an event such as this we have to read between the lines and use our wider knowledge to figure out what exactly is going on behind the scenes to have caused this event to happen.
Bush’s “decision to invade Iraq is easily the worst foreign policy decision ever made by an American president.”
…from SouthFront The Government of National Accord-aligned forces from Misrata have been conducting a military operation in the ISIS Libyan stronghold of Sirte. Misrata Brigades have pushed ISIS militants from the city’s nearby areas, however, they have faced complexities after entering the city. The ISIS terrorist group set fortifications in the populated areas and mined […]
Jim W. Dean – Obama admitted the obvious last month, that he should have given more thought to the aftermath of a post Gaddafi Libya. But that was some symbolic play-acting going on. It was also a failure of the Pentagon planners, the State Department and our European allies.
Does the Zionist media mean to tell us that 25,962 precious lives in Iraq are less important than 50 people in Orlando?
Jim W. Dean – The big news in this story is at the end. The new Libyan unity government (GNA) has retaken Sirte from ISIL, a big surprise there and one we will be looking into as to how they did it.
One wonders what is going unsaid in this situation – perhaps that the weapons smuggling that Cameron says is concerning is connected to the establishment of cells throughout Europe by Turkey and there is a potentially nasty scenario involving the large numbers of young male ‘migrants’ getting their hands on weaponry. __________ World Bulletin UK […]
While the situation remains tense for the Islamic State at the Syria-Iraq battlespace, the group continues attempts to expand its influence in different regions of the world.
UNITED NATIONS, May 7. /TASS/. Islamic State, a terrorist organization outlawed in Russia, is uncontrollably expanding its zone of activity into Libya, Afghanistan and Europe, Russian Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vitally Churkin said on Friday at a United Nations Security Council meeting on the situation in Iraq. According to the Russian diplomat, increased […]
…from SouthFront The ongoing crisis in Libya pushes the West to make attempts to consolidate powerful political leaders over the “unity government” project. The main criteria of such involvement is the ability of these leaders to provide military assistance to the Western-backed government. The leaders’ biographies’ or even involvement in terrorist actions are ignored. By […]
…from SouthFront On April 19, the US imposed sanctions on Khalifa al-Ghweil, the leader of a self-declared government in the Libyan capital, Tripoli. On April 1, the similar sanctions was imposed by the EU. Western officials believe that this is an important effort to force Libya’s warring factions to accept the authority of a unity […]
Jim W. Dean – Seth Ferris hits a grand slam home run with this piece, about how the dynamics of modern warfare still follow the “use it or lose it” mentality and subterfuge of the past.
IS’ presence in Libya could also be used as a pretext for open-ended and much broader military intervention throughout all of Africa by US forces and their European and Persian Gulf allies.
by Ian Greenhalgh The Syrians are winning against the head choppers, that is clear. Since Russia stepped in to assist Assad’s forces we have seen a string of successful offensives that have retaken large areas including key locations such as Palmyra. However, the conflict in Syria isn’t the entire war, it is merely one theatre […]
Not so long ago, in a far away land there lived a benign ruler of a diverse people, a people who had little history of being a territorially distinct nation.
Since Roman times Sahara has been a popular route for smuggling various types of goods, with Libya being a key corridor for transit of such illicit goods.