Daily Archive: November 11, 2016

The U.S./Turkey Plan For “Seizing, Holding, And Occupying” Syrian Territory In Raqqa

As the U.S. Presidential selection circus draws to a close, the United States and Turkey have announced a new plan to defeat ISIS, the same terrorist organization both countries have created, funded, armed, and facilitated, in Syria. The plan revolves around the conquering, occupation, and governing of sovereign Syrian territory in the East, most notably Raqqa. According to the U.S....

Prince Charles Opens New Military Base in Bahrain Despite Human Rights Abuses

Prince Charles has opened the first section of the controversial Mina Salman naval base in the Kingdom of Bahrain despite criticism of the regime’s human rights record. The base represents the first permanent military presence in the kingdom since 1971, and was built using mostly Bahraini cash. It will be used by Britain’s Royal Navy alongside the US’ own large...

Syrian War Report – November 11, 2016: Syrian Army Entered Menagh Air Base

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2eYHvb-hkg ISIS-linked media outlets have released a series of pics that show the terrorist group’s fighters preparing an attack on the Syrian army’s positions at the Khanasser highway, heading to the Syrian city of Aleppo. The Khanasser highway is a vital supply line used by the Syrian government to supply its forces deployed in the area of Aleppo city. Jaish...

Kursk: How Russia’s Costliest Submarine Disaster Unfolded

In 1999, a Russian submarine designed to sink aircraft carriers became a victim of its own arsenal. The cruise-missile submarine Kursk suffered a catastrophic explosion and sank after an onboard torpedo accidentally detonated. The accident was the worst naval disaster suffered by post–Cold War Russia. The Soviet Union’s greatest adversaries at sea were the aircraft carriers of the U.S. Navy. With their versatile...