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...by Jonas E. Alexis Newsweek has recently quoted Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov saying that there is no need for the United States to get involved...
The Santa Claus Effect - The Samson Option Does Israel have a secret gun pointed at the head of the rest of our world? A little...
If the US had not ducked peace talks with North Korea, would we have had the continued testing by NK, resulting in the need for a coalition?
...by Jonas E. Alexis Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has recently called a spade a spade and has chastised United States officials once again for...
...by Jonas E. Alexis Trump’s relentless Tom-and-Jerry fight with Kim Jung-un was never going to escalate into a nuclear war. Trump, for his part, obviously...
Bruce Blair, an ex-nuclear-missile-launch officer, says Trump's order would go straight to the launch crews, so even if the generals refused, the nukes would fly.
Jim W. Dean - I am suspicious that Tillerson and Mattis are playing the good-cop, bad-cop routine with North Korea's Kim, to create an opening for NK to reach out to Tillerson as his best play to get a deal in the works, but what that could be is beyond me.
Jim W. Dean - The EU has drawn its line in the sand on the JCPOA, and even stalwart allies like Britain, in the middle of the Brexit controversy, are standing firm with the EU in the Iran nuclear deal.
Jim W. Dean - China's and Russia's joint entreaties for the US to enter into North Korean talks by curtailing holding war game drills with South Korea, in return for North Korea stopping its nuclear testing, has been consistently rejected by the US.
Dear President Trump and Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un: For the sake of the world’s people, it is now time for good faith negotiations.
Russia and China fired a shot across Trump's bow on September 18 – the anniversary of the Mukden Incident, the most important false flag in the history of East Asia.
How are we going to forget about impending nuclear holocaust if we can't watch the NFL and NBA?
Jim W. Dean - Phil Butler and I are on the same page that the US is milking the North Korean event for the ultimate goal of placing its anti-ballistic missile shield right where it has always wanted it, in Russia's back yard and China's front yard.
The funny thing about all this political mumbo jumbo is that the countries that New World Order agents have been labeled dangerous are the same countries that are asking for peaceful resolutions!
In recent years, the DPRK has made great leaps and bounds in both it's missile and nuclear technologies, so great has been the advance in so short a period of time that it is pretty obvious that they have been given a great deal of assistance, both financial and technical.
There will be no war on the Korean peninsula, South Korean President Moon Jae-In said Thursday, saying Seoul effectively had a veto over US military action in response to the North's nuclear and missile programmes.
Chinese President Xi Jinping discussed the tense situation around North Korea with US President Donald Trump over the phone, urging the “relevant side” to exercise restraint, state TV said.
“Twenty million Yemenis, nearly 80% of the population, are in urgent need of food, water and medical aid, in a humanitarian disaster that aid agencies say has been dramatically worsened by a naval blockade imposed by an Arab coalition with US and British backing.”
It’s a crisis, folks, but it’s not serious. The good news is that there is unlikely to be a war, and if there is a war, it’s unlikely to be nuclear. If there is a nuclear war, it will only be a small one, as the Chinese will be staying out, and frying North Korea won’t take long.
Trump is the only leader on earth who, by way of comparison, makes Kim Jong Un look like a sober statesman.
Jim W. Dean - Multiple sanctions on multiple countries should never be lumped into one bill like this. With Russia in it alone, Trump might have sustained a veto; and the ambushers and Russophobes knew this.
North Korea has no ability to accurately strike the United States, Vice Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Paul Selva said in a congressional hearing on Tuesday.
Jim W. Dean - We smelled a hyped story right away on this alleged ICBM test launch. North Korea had obvious reasons to puff up its deterrent capability, but the US going along with it was just another case of lying to the American people to hype a threat.
No more wars for the Neocon gangsters.
Russia and China ask for “diplomacy” and dialogue. As we all know, dialogue presupposes that there is indeed a moral plumb line upon which rational discussion ought to be based. Neocons do not like dialogue; they do not want to diplomacy. They want to bomb, bomb, and bomb.