Pentagon – and Daesh – Target Iran

CENTCOM commander Army Gen. Joseph Votel channeled his full Dr. Strangelove in front of the US House Armed Services Committee this past Wednesday. "We need to look at opportunities where we can disrupt [Iran] through military means or other means." As Orwellian as our times may be, this still ranks as a declaration of war. With the inbuilt consequence of smashing to bits …

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Time to “Slow-Down-but-Hurry-Up” in Understanding Turkish Regional Agenda

Moscow is confused, the US is confused – everybody seems to be when it comes to Turkey, who is with whom and what its next move will be. Anything you write about Turkey is old news by the time you get done with it, as they keep moving the goalposts in this game. As Victorian …

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German Fuhrer Adolf Hitler and Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Mohammad Amin Al-Husseini meet in Berlin, 30 November 1941 © HO / AFP

‘Wish You Well Against Jewish Invaders’: Himmler’s Letter to Palestinian Arab Leader Discovered

An old telegram uncovered by the National Library of Israel shows a letter from Nazi SS chief Heinrich Himmler to Palestinian Grand Mufti Amin al-Husseini, voicing his support for “freedom-seeking Arabs” against “world Jewry.” The telegram, dating back to autumn 1943, appears to show how in their hatred for Jews, Nazis in Europe have been …

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Does Springtime Makes Certain Politicians Even More Mental?

It is believed that springtime is a season of lovers and mental cases. It is in the spring that the symptoms of allergies and certain mental illnesses are generally exacerbated, and those physiologically unstable often suffer attacks of unmotivated activity and hallucination. It’s a documented fact that in the spring in a mental patient’s head …

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Parkinson’s Law Also Applies to the Pentagon

Back in the 1950’s, a British professor at the distinguished University of Malaya, C. Northcote Parkinson, observed that as the post-war Royal Navy shrank in size, its bureaucracy continued to expand. Parkinson formulated a law that bureaucracies will naturally grow at 5-7% per annum. He also wisely added ‘Make the people sovereign and the poor …

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U.S. Boosts Special Forces Training in Central Asia

The United States has stepped up its trainings of elite military units in Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and Azerbaijan over the last two years, U.S. government records show. At the same time, the U.S. has suspended training of units from Kyrgyzstan, previously one of the biggest recipients of such aid. The aid comes under Section 1004 …

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Tillerson Goes Public with US Plans for Syria Partition

Washington's new path is bad for the territorial integrity of Middle Eastern states, but it's also bad for the monster known as NATO Visiting Turkey yesterday, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said two important things: The fate of Syria's Bashar al-Assad is for the Syrian people to decide After liberation from ISIS Raqqa is to be …

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RT Spots US ‘Advisers’ on Raqqa Frontline on Visit to Syria’s Strategic Euphrates Dam

An RT crew has gained access to the strategic Tabqa dam, partially recaptured by the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces with the help of US troops who were deployed to Syria to “train, advise and assist” but who were spotted just miles away from Raqqa frontline. While exploring the northern side of the SDF-controlled part of …

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Artery-Dilating Flaxseed Proven a Potent Healer

A promising new study published in the journal Hypertension titled, “Potent antihypertensive action of dietary flaxseed in hypertensive patients,” reveals that dietary flaxseed may represent a powerful therapeutic intervention in patients with cardiovascular disease. Canadian researchers at St. Boniface Hospital Research Centre, Winnipeg, conducted a human clinical trial in order to test whether flaxseed would …

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