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...by Jonas E. Alexis U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley looks like a superstar or Hollywood celebrity. But not the kind of celebrity that you would see...
Jim W. Dean - The uni-polar world is already in the wastebasket, thrown in there by the foolish acts of "The Man who would be King", an actor who got in over his head, and gave us a reality TV show instead
...by Jonas E. Alexis The New York Times, one of the Zionist outlets which actually perpetuated the Iraq war through the writings of people like...
The sudden demise of sold-out Saleh suggests that the future of the Middle East belongs to those who stand on principle, keep their word, and refuse to betray their friends – rather than Machievellian manipulators and unprincipled orangutans.
Jim W. Dean - How someone at his level could be caught out on the street in an urban combat zone, where snipers would have a shot at him, is one hell of a security failure.
Jim W. Dean - Since returning to Lebanon, Saad Hariri has been walking a geopolitical tightrope between Saudi Arabia and his coalition government, while playing the drama queen at the same time.
Trump has huge investments with the very people who sponsor the kind of behavior depicted in this video.
The real story behind the Saudi surrender to Israel.
Jim W. Dean - The Saudis will want to see Hariri produce some Lebanese concessions, but any made could be a slippery slope for the other parties in Lebanon. Once you start, that card can be played against you over and over.
If Bin Salman's real goal is to abolish his country as quickly as possible, he's doing a pretty good job of it.
Jim W. Dean - We will have to see the bios on those Saudis who are replacing those who have been arrested. Is this a real corruption purge, or a political purge in disguise?
...by Jonas E. Alexis Mark Dankof nailed it again. In his recent interview with Press TV, he said unflinchingly: “The CIA needs to spend more time...
Is NSA willing to admit to harmful role Salman played in Middle East terrorism?
It should not be "Saudi" Arabia; it’s not the property of a particular crime family. Nobody in America wants to live in "Bushy America" or "Trumpy America" and nobody in the Arabian peninsula in their right mind wants to be owned by the most criminal family in that region.
“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.”
Arab media outlets reported that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, who is believed to be preparing to replace his father in coming months, had a crucial meeting with an Israeli delegation last week.
Jim W. Dean - The seeds for this assault on the Iran nuclear deal were planted in Saudi Arabia, and harvested when Trump came and got his big weapons deal, much of it pie in the sky which the Saudis can dial back when they choose.
Human rights group Amnesty International has called on Saudi Arabia to halt the executions of 14 individuals who were sentenced to death following a “grossly unfair mass trial” as part of the kingdom’s “bloody execution spree.”
Jim W. Dean - I have watched in amazement as the un-UN-sanctioned Saudi blockade of everything going into Yemen, with full support from the Gulf State Council and the US, has not been virulently attacked as illegal, with demands of sanctions on all those involved in this horrendous act.
Why are the Saudi-led GCC countries REALLY ganging up on Qatar?
The list of 13 Saudi demands on Qatar are so far reaching that it would turn Qatar into little more than a vassal state.
Jim W. Dean - This story was a big surprise. I cannot think of an act that would put a party involved in a Saudi coup in a worse position than to have Israelis intervene militarily on one side.
Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Egypt, Yemen, Libya, Maldives and Mauritania announced on Monday an extraordinary step of cutting off diplomatic ties with the State of Qatar.
Opposition party leaders urge the UK Home Office to release its report into foreign funding of terror groups after it was suppressed
A senior US foreign affairs official literally did not know what to say when he was asked about why the United States is in cahoots with terrorist state Saudi Arabia while at the same time lambasting Iran as a terrorist cell.
Former Pakistani army chief, Raheel Sharif, who was appointed to head the Saudi-led military coalition against Yemen is attempting to find a way for leaving and returning home.
Vladimir Putin could have been talking about people like John McCain and Lindsey Graham when he recently said that there are numerous signs of "political schizophrenia” in Washington.
Why is Trump joining Middle Eastern leaders in swearing allegiance to Satan?
Jim W. Dean - Viktor Mikhin gives us a good review of the Saudi Royal family trying to play "Puff the Magic Dragon" with Iran, via its borrowed Israeli tactic of making an aggressive bogeyman out of a country that has attacked no one in hundreds of years.
Jonas E. Alexis--Former CIA Robert Steele has taken the political cat out of the bag by saying politically incorrect things.
Jonas E. Alexis--The McCain Institute Foundation received one million dollars from Saudi Arabia in 2014, and when McCain was confronted with this vital issue, his brilliant response was that he had nothing to do with his own institute!
Jim W. Dean - Despite the endless claims of Iranian support, no one has shown us the secret Iranian invisible planes and ships that are bringing in the supplies, despite the Saudis and Arab coalition having control, or despite the air and the naval blockade.
Jim W. Dean - After a full liberation of Mosul, Iraq needs to dispatch its troops to the border with Syria, Turkey and Saudi Arabia to prevent terrorists from returning to the country.
Jim W. Dean - If Americans live in a free country, then why does its government, particularly its security agencies, lie to the public continually to cover up the extent of our direct and indirect support of terrorism, where ever it suits some purpose it feels is justifiable?