Daily Archive: February 19, 2017

Can US Intelligence Community’s Attempts to Bring Down Trump be Regarded as Mutiny?

The resignation of Michael Flynn from the post of National Security Adviser was not simply Trump’s first major political defeat, but also an indication that US intelligence services have devising a plot against the 45th US President, which may be regarded as mutiny. Now a part of the US political elite, consisting primarily of Democrats and a small number of...

Why Do So Many Americans Fear Muslims? Decades of Denial About America’s Role in the World.

There’s been lots of attention-grabbing opposition to Trump’s “Muslim ban” executive order, from demonstrations to court orders. But polls make it clear public opinion is much more mixed. Standard phone polls show small majorities opposed, while web and automated polls find small majorities continue to support it. What surprises me about the poll results isn’t that lots of Americans like the ban — but that so...

Lord Rothschild Given Control Over Greek Economy

The Financial Times has confirmed that the Rothschild family will be placed in charge of the Greek economy with immediate effect.  According to reports, Lord Rothschild will become the new economic adviser to Greece, controlling the country’s debt and negotiations with creditors. The Greek government are rushing to finalize the appointment before talks with Eurozone finance ministers resume on February...

This is the List of 12 Countries Americans Consider Their “Greatest Enemies”

This chart shows the percentage of American adults considering these countries an enemy of America. Needed more evidence as to why Hillary Clinton’s “Russia is out to get me” campaign strategy failed so miserably. Take a look at the chart below. Hillary Clinton, the Democrat Party, and main stream media would probably be better served whining about “North Korean aggression”...

US Aircraft Carrier Group Deployed for ‘Routine Patrols’ in South China Sea

Ignoring repeated warnings from Beijing not to aggravate tensions in Southeast Asia, the US Navy has deployed an aircraft carrier strike group for “routine” maritime patrols in the vicinity of the disputed South China Sea waters. The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson, together with aircraft from the Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 2, and the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS...