…from SouthFront Pro-government forces, led by the Syrian Republican Guard, have the strategic al-Bishri Mountain as well as the al-Birshri triangle from ISIS and deployed in only about 37 km from the city of Deir Ezzor besieged by ISIS terrorists. Some sources even speculate that government troops advanced 5-10 km further, but this still has […]
It’s truly time to pin the blame on the parties/individuals responsible for, on a near daily basis, bringing the world to the brink of nuclear war in World War III.
Politico Magazine has joined the ranks of the Washington Post and the New York Times on the Anti-Russia bandwagon.
Finally, Obama has acted to tackle the election fraud that allowed the orange sleazebag to ‘win’. However, it may sadly be too little, too late, as the Dec. 19th date for the electoral college will have passed and the report will not arrive until Trump has almost squeezed his bloated behind into the big chair.
Jim W. Dean – I know what you are thinking, “Don’t bore us with another Chicago corruption story.” But this one is different because the whistle blowers have survived, which is a breath of fresh air.
Both are brutal, oppressive police states ruled by autocratic leaders, both are guilty of murderous genocides against their own citizens, both have waged decades long inhumane military campaigns against the people who share their nation – in the case of Israel, the Arabs, in the case of the Turks, it is the Kurds.
Jim W. Dean – Little Yemen with it 22 million people living in a county that imports most of what it needs, and exports God only knows what, is somehow continuing to stand up to the Saudi coalition onslaught.
Scientists are skeptical, but there is a chance, however remote, that the signal could be from an intelligent civilization. No one is claiming that this is the work of an extraterrestrial civilization, but it is certainly worth further study,” Paul Gilster wrote.
Last weekend, the situation in southwestern Aleppo was remaining tense. The Syrian Army, the National Defense Forces, Hezbollah, and other pro-government militias supported by the Russian Aerospace Forces, made a series to attempts to advance on the areas controlled by Jaish al-Fatah operation room but was not able to make significant gains against.