The Guardian has probably tried to cover a new provocative initiative concocted by the Syrian opposition and the White Helmets backed by the U.S. special services and their allies who seek to discredit the Assad government, Syria’s and Russia’s Air Forces.
Month: February 2018
RAND Corporation Proves Link Between US Military And Hybrid War
A recent RAND Corporation’s study on “U.S. Presence and the Incidence of Conflict” purportedly proved that there’s a scientifically verifiable correlation between the US military and certain types of conflicts.
Why One War When We Can Have Two!
How to maintain the $1 trillion US military budget? Well, of course, trot out those good old ‘Reds Under Our Beds.’
Did the CIA Sabotage Russia at the Olympics?
It seems highly unlikely that two different Russian athletes would intentionally take medications that have no benefit but which are almost guaranteed to be detected resulting in huge harm to them and their team.
Exploring The Reasons For Ethiopia’s Latest State Of Emergency
The security situation is made all the more pronounced by the fact that some of the ethnic minority groups opposed to the government are armed and reported to receive assistance from Ethiopia’s neighboring foe Eritrea.
Chesterton, Lewis, and Metropolitan Anthony
These three are needed in any society that considers itself educated and intelligent; a society that is perhaps even somewhat bored with its feigned omniscience and, like Pilate, shrugs its shoulders and asks: “What is truth?”
Armenia’s Black Sea-Persian Gulf Corridor Plans Risk Antagonizing Russia
It could end up being attractive to Iran and India if they decide to play “hardball” with Russia in response to its newfound “balancing” relations with their Israeli and Pakistani nemeses and thus take steps to cut it out of the North-South Transportation Corridor with Europe.
Russia In Lebanon: “Anti-Zionist” Agenda Or “Pro-Israeli” Pivot?
There is no way that Russia’s expanded military-energy presence in Lebanon is against Israel’s interests, but is actually to its regional advantage in the sense that it seeks to replace Saudi Arabia’s recently declining role in the country and therefore “counterbalance” Iranian influence.
The Kurds Have Backed Damascus Into A Corner
Damascus is between a rock and hard place after being encouraged by Tehran to “confront” the Russian-Turkish-Israeli spheres of influence plan and the implied one that would likely follow between Moscow and Washington by playing Syria’s own version of the “Kurdish Card”.
Russia, Pakistan edge closer in new cold war conditions
The articulations from both sides regarding the talks in Moscow on Tuesday suggest that Russia and Pakistan intend to work closely together to coordinate their approaches to the Afghan situation.
Overhyping US-Russian Differences
Regardless of its shortcomings, the sport of professional ice hockey has a definite egalitarian aspect, lacking elsewhere, like the phony, crony, baloney establishment BS, prevalent within some other circles.
Syria’s Afrin Move: “Artful Assistance To Allies” Or “Armageddon In The Making”?
A larger war could break out at any time due to even the slightest miscalculation by the Syrian side, thus leaving the whole world watching with bated breath to see what happens next.