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“Confirm that everything I said is no bluff, send into retirement those stuck in the past and incapable of looking to the future, [and] stop rocking the boat that we all ride in, called planet Earth.” – Putin: Checkmating Rothschild psychopathic arms merchants.
Washington has begun a new phase in its geopolitical financial warfare in the small Baltic republic of Latvia. The fact that Americans don't care will return to haunt them.
Gordon Duff - What we now recognize is that Trump, as with so many other politicians around the “free world,” has “handlers” and serves an agenda.
Jim W. Dean - The stars this year were the Three Stooges, Joe Biden, Netanyahu, and Mike Pence, with an honorable mention for John McCain.
Jim W. Dean - NEO's Christopher Black has a thorough review of what I view as a gangster document of criminal aggression, the US nuclear policy review. He adds his international law perspective another Fake US policy.
Jim W. Dean - While Erdogan can claim he totally supports Syrian territorial sovereignty, those are hollow words as the US can claim the same thing, but neither have been invited
Jim W. Dean - Russian energy sales to the EU were a deal made in heaven. Just before the self defeating anti-Russian Ukraine sanctions were initiated the $110 billion in gas sales to the EU was all coming back to via Russia's love of EU imports.
The “scientific research” into animal and human diseases the Lugar Lab claims to be carrying out is a front for developing new biological strains, viruses and bacteria, and then testing them on the Georgian population and the agricultural industry, without asking for consent.
The loss of ISIS’s main bases in Syria and Iraq where they could live off the population was the turning point where the ISIS dream was over. But many escaped, and those in training camps are awaiting their deployment to whatever conflict their handlers want to use them in, or to go back to their respective home countries as suicide bombers.
Jim W. Dean - Seth Ferris brings us an in-depth analysis of the Trump presidency with a lot of original material as is his style. He is an experienced investigative reporter who thrives on the meat and potatoes
Jim W. Dean - Mr. Engdahl has given us a thorough year end review of Russia's complex development of its northern Arctic sea transportation route, a long term investment not only for Russia.
Jim W. Dean - Gordon starts off the new year reviewing an old theme of US official participation in mega drug-running campaigns that went into the pockets of a large number of political, military and security officials.
Jim W. Dean - Russia has survived another year of Putin-bashing and Russia-bashing with its economy growing, having played a key role in saving Syria and building Russia's reputation for standing up to the concept of a unipolar world as a threat to everyone else.
Jim W. Dean - Might it be time to flood the White House with calls for Nikki Capone's resignation for making the US a laughing-stock pawn of Bibi and his Likudite buddies?
Jim W. Dean - AI is a defense contractor's dream come true, as it opens up massive opportunities for both offensive and defensive applications. The poor taxpayer gets whacked coming and going.
Jim W. Dean - Phil Butler has the year end angries, and that is good for us, as he has a wonderful year end sounding off piece, a new perspective on a very old issue.
Jim W. Dean - The biggest Arab and Muslim hater of all time, Avigdor Lieberman, and Israeli's military affairs minister, want to form an anti-Iran coalition with Arab-Muslim countries
Jim W. Dean - Hariri's announcing his resignation in Saudi Arabia was waving a flag to the world showing he was their puppet. If his party accepts him back in Lebanon, then the stink will be all over them, too, and the coalition members will also be humiliated.
PM Theresa May uses Russia as a whipping boy to divert attention away from the soup bowl of political problems she may be drowning in now.
By Henry Kamens for Veterans Today and New Eastern Outlook, Moscow There is always a price to pay for gaining the benefits of EU membership,...
Jim W. Dean - Brother Engdahl brings us a good wrapup on the Barzani-Israeli independent Kurdistan caper that never had a snowball's chance in hell.
Jim W. Dean - Seth Ferris once again wanders into a "no go" area, how the political world attracts flawed people into public service, where their flaws can be used to control them.
Jim W. Dean - What we can agree on with Valeriy Kulikov is that PMCs have definitely become a Pandora's box, where once let loose, there is no way to get the monsters all back inside .
A private security company establishes and secures Iraq’s first "toll highway". Will this mercenary action facilitate state-sponsored terror aimed at regime change?
Jim W. Dean - When Veterans Today traveled to Syria in the fall of 2015, where one of the briefings was on the ISIS complete order of battle, we could never have foreseen what has taken place.
Jim W. Dean - Phil Butler is coming at the attack on internet freedoms from a different angle than VT, but our roads intersect with Google and the tech giants.
Jim W. Dean - Phil Butler's article is currently number one on NEO. He also has a book coming out soon on the timely topic of Putin standing against the Neo-Cold war Deep Staters
Jim W. Dean - Today is a trip down memory road, with an older NEO - Phil Butler article that got lost in the shuffle. The theme is an often used one, how history repeats itself and Russia is front and center for today's lesson.
Now the dust has settled after an extraordinary week in Germany, we can see that this country is setting a new and disturbing agenda. What other countries had nightmares about, Germany is doing. A bandwagon has begun to roll which could steamroller all Europe, in a disturbing echo of that country’s inglorious and deadly past.
Gordon Duff - There are a dozen wars going on today, none are real, all are orchestrated by intelligence agencies and their partners – oil, banking, the arms industry – all backed by the puppets of the American and British governments, by Tel Aviv, and by the graduates of Annapolis and West Point.