Just two days after news broke of an alleged poison-gas attack in northern Syria, President Trump brushed aside advice from some U.S. intelligence analysts doubting the Syrian regime’s guilt and launched a lethal retaliatory missile strike against a Syrian airfield. Trump immediately won plaudits from Official Washington, especially from neoconservatives who have been trying to … Continue reading Trump’s ‘Wag the Dog’ Moment
Washington has reopened the conflict with a Tomahawk missile attack on Syrian Air Force Bases. The Russian/Syrian air defense systems did not prevent the attack. The Washington Establishment has reasserted control. First Flynn and now Bannon. All that are left in the Trump administration are the Zionists and the crazed generals who want war with … Continue reading Trump has Surrendered. Will Putin be the Next to Surrender?
Without any recourse to international law or the United Nations, the Trump administration has embarked on an act of international aggression against yet another sovereign state in the Middle East, confirming that neocons have reasserted their dominance over US foreign policy in Washington. It is an act of aggression that ends any prospect of détente … Continue reading What’s Really Behind America’s Rush to War in Syria?
So the brash, big-mouth tycoon in the White House with an outsized ego has finally unleashed the dogs of war in Syria. Invoking God and the suffering of “little babies”, the supposed US Commander-in-Chief Donald Trump ordered the bombing of Syria with cruise missiles launched from warships in the Mediterranean. A Syrian airbase was destroyed, along with several casualties, and … Continue reading Poodle Trump Runs With Dogs of War
At first glance, Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s drive to create an executive presidency with almost unlimited power through a nationwide referendum looks like a slam-dunk. The man hasn’t lost an election since 1994, and he’s loaded the dice and stacked the deck for the April 15 vote. Using last summer’s failed coup as a shield, … Continue reading Erdogan Isn’t as Strong as He Looks. That’s What Makes Him Dangerous
The situation in Algeria, regardless of the advanced age of President A.A. Bouteflika, with all economic complications in the country, the food crisis is stable due to the purge of the elite, which periodically encircles the head of the government. It weakens the governing clans and does not strengthen them to such a degree as … Continue reading Algeria Experiencing a Few Crises in a Row
The topic is an "Islamic view of the modern international monetary system and our anticipation of the replacement, in toto, of bogus paper-money with even-more-bogus electronic, digital, virtual money in the not-too-distant future. We should prepare for that monetary Guantanamo by stocking-up on gold and silver coins, and we should also prepare ourselves to defy … Continue reading Signs of the Time – 6
International oil markets could be heading towards a new war, as leading OPEC and non-OPEC producers are vying for increased stakes. The unexpected cooperation between OPEC and non-OPEC countries, instigated by the full support of Saudi Arabia (OPEC) and Russia (non-OPEC) has brought some stabilization to the crude markets for almost half a year. The … Continue reading Saudi Arabia Vs. Russia: The Next Oil Price War
F1 drivers experience similar g-force to Apollo astronauts during Earth re-entry. Here’s how they design and make the cars. For over 60 years, Formula 1 teams have developed, tested, and built the fastest and most technologically impressive cars the world has ever seen. An almost unending list of superlatives can be ladled onto F1 cars: … Continue reading Formula 1: A Technical Deep Dive into Building the World’s Fastest Cars