Daily Archive: September 13, 2016

Syrian Ceasefire II – Why any Cessation of Hostilities in Syria is Doomed to Fail and What it would Mean for the Syrian Army and its Allies

On 12 September a new nationwide ceasefire agreement was implemented in Syria, one brokered by the US and Russian Foreign Ministers after weeks of crunch talks. There had been several attempts to reach a deal in the previous weeks, but finally last Friday when foreign ministers Kerry and Lavrov announced their agreement, the world was lit with hope for some...

A Brief Summary of the Rothschild Crime Syndicate’s Activities in the Middle East and Elsewhere

There has been so much that has already been written about the Rothschild crime syndicate that for those who aren’t part of the Great Awakening/ Truth Movement, it simply gets confusing and overwhelming. It is my intent to unravel that in this article and to speak to common people and not just the intellectual elite. Before I begin, I want...

Syrian Army Command Confirms Shooting Down Israeli Aircraft Over Quneitra Region

Syrian air defense troops shot down an Israeli warplane and an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) over the southwestern province of Quneitra, the Syrian army command said in a statement Tuesday. “Our air defenses opened fire and shot down the [Israeli] combat aircraft and UAV west of the Sasa settlement,” the command said. Israeli aircraft carried out an attack at 1...

China Calls Washington ‘Cause & Crux’ of N. Korean Nuclear Issue as US Flies Bombers Over Peninsula

Beijing has blamed Washington for exacerbating the “vicious circle” of tensions on the Korean Peninsula after the US pinned the responsibility for Pyongyang’s nuclear test last week on China’s alleged lack of effort to resolve the North Korean nuclear crisis. On Friday North Korea made headlines after conducting its fifth nuclear test. The 10 kiloton explosion set off an artificial...

US ‘Tests’ Iran’s Reaction to Spy Plane Flyby, Complains about ‘Unprofessional’ Shootdown Warning

Two US spy planes have flown within a mile of Iranian airspace, and have received warnings of a potential shootdown should they breach it. US military officials said Iran behaved “unprofessionally” and “unsafe[ly]” during the stunt designed to “test” its reaction. As confrontations between the two nations increase in the region, with Tehran allegedly threatening to shoot down US spy...

‘We’ll Never have Peace’: Philippines Leader Duterte Wants to Boot US Troops Out of Country’s South

The Philippines president says US troops “have to go” from the south of his country. He blames American soldiers for inflaming tensions with the local Muslim population, saying they would “never have peace” with a US military presence. Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte says he is opposed to US soldiers being stationed in the southern Mindanao region, recalling how American troops...

Bombed: A Potato Chip Factory, a School, a Doctors Without Borders Facility, and Now a Water Well

Strikes in northern Yemen on Saturday reportedly killed two children and first responders as US-backed coalition continues ‘disturbing’ strikes A United Nations official has condemned airstrikes, including a “double tap” attack, on a water well in Yemen that killed dozens of people including children. The statement comes as the Obama administration’s proposed $1.15 billion arms to Saudi Arabia, who’s leading...