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Jim W. Dean - Iraqi 'protesters' stab a teen boy to death for complaining about their noise in his neighborhood, and then the mob cuts the dead kid's throat and lynches his corpse for a 1000 man crowd so they could video.
by Catherine Shakdam, ...with New Eastern Outlook, Moscow …and the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, a research institution for the study of...
Now that President Putin has committed the Russian military to supporting the legitimate government of Syria, he and his country are now being targeted by the same diabolical forces, and for the identical reasons.
ISIS leaders, formerly imprisoned in Syria, were "sprung" by private military special operations groups and are forming a new base of operations that will have strong ties to the powerful Israeli military and intelligence clandestine group inside the Kurdish region of Iraq. Financing it will be stolen Syrian oil....
Jim W. Dean - This PressTV story is already updated by Al-Jazeera, with the Iraqi defense minister stating that US troops will be transiting either to Kuwait, Qatar or the US within a month.
Jim W. Dean - Once the troops returning from Syria get to their main base in Iraq, is the Iraqi military going to get ID's and photos on them and pass out trackable bar-coded wrist bands.
Jim W. Dean - I suspect that many of these prisoners are going to end up inside the Houthi forces in a strange twist of events.
Another concept the West frequently invokes is the so-called 'rules-based order.' However, the 'rules' in question are being invented by the Western politicians themselves and ‘selectively’ applied to serve their own needs, using this trick to ‘usurp the decision-making process’ from others
The commander of Hashd Al-Sha’abi (var. Popular Mobilization Units), Abu Mahdi Al-Mohandis, accused the U.S. of moving Israeli drones to Azerbaijan to target Iraq and Iran.
Jim W. Dean - Some might wonder if the US let Israel send in one of its F-35s or drones to the US base so the US military could say truthfully that it did not attack the PMF weapons warehouse in Baghdad.
Is Ann Coulter going to start refunding the very people who plunked down the money to buy Never Trust a Liberal and other books that promote perpetual wars in the Middle East? Or is she going to apologize to America and much of the Middle East for promoting perpetual wars for nearly ten years?
"Only in foreign policy circles do people say things that stupid... Ill-advised wars are like doing cocaine."
Jim W. Dean - This is a major development, showing once again that US aggression and intimidation with its forward leaning military deployments and threats are pushing countries to form new defense coalitions.
New World Order agents have a history of summoning false flag operations in order to beat the war drum. The war against Iran is no different.
Since World War II, virtually all of the military conflicts in which the U.S. has been involved in the Middle East have been at the behest of Israel. For all intents and purposes, foreign policy makers of America’s federal government—from both major parties—are little more than lap dogs for the Zionist State of Israel.
Would it be possible for a very high-ranking U.S. military officer to develop the same critical dissident view of United States foreign policy practices, tactics, and especially, the multi-faceted brutal nonstop war on humankind, ultimately including its own helpless people at home, that I have?
Iraq’s parliamentary summit has brought together the country’s neighbors in what has been described as “a display of rare regional unity”, further sidelining a US initiative to form an “Arab NATO”.
The US decision to invade Iraq and unintentionally deliver it gift-wrapped to the Axis of Resistance was one of the worst strategic blunders in history. (It worked OK for Israel though...so far.)
Blood suckers perpetually said Saddam was corrupt, therefore they had to destroy Iraq. Gaddafi was corrupt, therefore they had to kill him mercilessly. Bashar al-Assad is corrupt and was killing his own people, therefore the United States had to send thousands upon thousands of soldiers to support the rebels/terrorists. Thanks to Russia, Assad is still in power and is serving his country.
Jim W. Dean - Iraq and Iran are competitors in oil exports, but Iraq is not under sanctions, not yet anyway until it kicks the US out,
The central issue is that the oligarchs always try to play dice with the economy, a pernicious enterprise which goes all the way back to the Ciompi Rebellion which took place in Florence in 1378.