Jim W. Dean – I knew almost nothing about my Confederate heritage until 1996, when I found mother’s Culpepper genealogy book at her house. So I was a late bloomer, and have since tried to make up for it
Jim W. Dean – The Deep State hatred for Putin is well-placed. He represents everything they are not; and the longer he survives, the chances grow that his leadership style might catch on.
Phil Butler – Vladimir Putin acts in Russia’s behalf, and exactly in the manner western neocons and Cold War psychopaths know he must. What kind of journalist or historic idiot ignores this crystal-clear nugget?
Phil Butler explains: The Real Winner of the Arab Spring: The changes wrought by the Arab Spring are likely to be of long-term benefit to Israel. The EU is sinking under austerity and added pressure from the refugee crisis, and somehow nobody looks at who is benefitting? If there is any real justice in the world, then Israel’s role in all these conflicts will be revealed.
Jim W. Dean – Personally I don’t consider Ukraine to even be a real country, simply because it imports foreigners and gives them instant citizenship to fill major government positions. Only a cartoon-comic book country would do such a thing.
Jim W. Dean – The fairy tale of Emmanuel Macron emerging as an “organic candidate”, new party and all, out of the blue, always struck me as the Deep State crowd testing if P.T. Barnum’s old maxim, “There’s a sucker born every minute” was still in play. It is.
Jim W. Dean – Americans have a lot to worry about concerning their future. We notice a growing numbness among the folks, not only refusing to do much to correct the situation, but not wanting to even think about it.
Jim W. Dean – Eastern Europe is hard for Westerners to stay abreast of and impossible for those in the US, as it might as well be on Mars in terms of our following its politics.
Jim W. Dean – Phil Butler has a dark view piece today on the future of the EU. While we can easily see the EU flag with tears and tatters in it, we can assume that there will be a transformation versus its disappearance.
Jim W. Dean – Oh my, no more lurking in the closet for the top down one world government crowd. When do we all get our free Koolaid so we can be ready for our big space ship ride.
Jim W. Dean – Hanoi John McCain continues to be the embarrassment he has long been, with no “coming to Jesus” moment anywhere on the horizon. If ever there was a threat to US national security it rests between this man’s two ears.
Jim W. Dean – The corner has finally turned on getting the hard cold spotlight on the scale and perversion of the Western media terror war on Syria. And it has been nothing less than that, dressing up hard core terrorists as do-gooder Boy Scouts.
Jim W. Dean – We are watching the fruits of regime change and destabilization in Iraq getting ready to be picked — now that this weak and corrupt government can no longer hold a fractious state together without outside support.
Jim W. Dean – One of the methods the VT network uses to track false flag terrorism is to keep close track on the tools and methods that we know have been used successfully in the past.
Jim W. Dean – Israel, despite its occasional shelling and air attacks in Southern Syria, has remained low key during most of the Syrian conflict. Little mishaps, like losing a Dolphin sub when it was caught in shallow waters by a Syrian helicopter, were rare.
Jim W. Dean – Aleppo has been pushed out of the news with the fighting between the US-backed Kurds and the Syrian Army which had the US threatening to shoot down Syrian planes that even “threatened” US advisers.
Jim W. Dean – Phil Butler has what I call an ice cold bucket of water piece for you below, the down and dirty on one of the most dangerous public “fixers” of our time, the man that refuses to die and join his victims, George Soros.
Jim W. Dean – What has the corrupt international crime syndicate that is running so much of the West worried is that Putin and his emerging “geopolitical alternative” is a direct threat against their power over our democracies-in-name-only.
Jim W. Dean – The replacement for the Iranian nuclear weapons hoax is rolling out as I had predicted. Russia won that prize, with NATO moving up to its borders with forces on hand, knowing that Russia would have to counter, and that being claimed as “aggression”.
Jim W. Dean – NATO is obviously going to do whatever it wants, as there is no mechanism for stopping it via six-figure massive protests in the respective countries where forces are being deployed.
Jim W. Dean – Phil Butler brings us a sleeper story from the Russian news in early May and was ignored by Western media – how Russian can move the water needed to develop western China along the New Silk Road route.
Jim W. Dean – The US had a major contender for the biggest loon of all, JSC General Lyman Lemnitzer, who on July 20th, 1961, at a NSC meeting, presented President Kennedy with an official plan for a surprise nuclear attack on the Soviet Union.
Jim W. Dean – Phil Butler takes us into the belly of the beast, as Macedonia finds itself in the crosshairs of the “Soros and gang” color revolution craze. Why is outside regime change not considered to be political terrorism?
Jim W. Dean – Phil Butler gives us a good recap on the geopolitical shifts in play with Turkey and the EU, where the natives are restless. Russo-phobia is backfiring on the Neo-Cold War crowd who planned to exploit it.