The "chemical attack" at Khan Sheikoun was faked and a show; though a number of people were killed or hurt during its production. This video for example, of doctors and patients in an emergence room was pure theater, taken over a longer time period. The main presenter was a well-known criminal Takfiri but with links to … Continue reading The Khan Sheikoun Show – A New President Proudly Presented by Trump Productions
Islamabad has given clearance to recently retired chief of army staff Gen. Raheel Sharif to command what is being described as a “Muslim NATO” based in Saudi Arabia. Sharif’s new position is expected to be announced later this month in Riyadh. Though the mission and activities of the coalition (known as the Islamic Military Alliance … Continue reading Can Pakistan Remain Neutral in the Saudi-Iran Rivalry?
After the U.S. missile strikes in Syria, many may have wondered why the al-Sha’ayrat airfield was the target. In other words, what was so important about this airbase as opposed to all the others? The Trump administration, for their part, claimed that they targeted “chemical weapons” being stored at the base and that this particular … Continue reading Was Israel the Reason for the U.S. Strike on Syrian Military Base?
The other day, US President Donald Trump’s administration appeared to suffer from immense envy of its predecessors who previously unleashed wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Vietnam and against a number of other states. This must be the only logical explanation as to why he decided to prove himself as global sheriff by ordering missile strikes … Continue reading Trump’s Global Sheriff Ambitions are Leading Him Nowhere
Just in case our nation wasn’t divided enough, we now have the actions that were taken in Syria. Every story has many different facets, so today, you can find the links I’ve collected this week in an effort to figure out what the heck is going on. My personal beliefs are anti-interventionist and anti-war, as … Continue reading Syria: Civil War, Nerve Gas Attack, US Bombing … and How It Could All Lead to WW3
Ask anyone on the streets of Kabul about the revolutions that in recent years transformed huge parts of Latin America, and the chances are you’ll encounter a blank stare. Perhaps mentioning Cuba could evoke at least some recognition, but definitely not Venezuela, Ecuador or Bolivia. I know because I tried on several occasions, and I … Continue reading Afghanistan in Ruins: ‘Small’ Western Propaganda Lies, Huge Impact
Kaspersky Lab (www.Kaspersky.co.za) has published the results of its more-than-year-long investigation into the activity of Lazarus – a notorious hacking group allegedly responsible for the theft of 81 million dollars from the Central Bank of Bangladesh in 2016. During the forensic analysis of artefacts left by the group in South-East Asian and European banks, Kaspersky … Continue reading Chasing Lazarus: A Hunt for the Infamous Hackers to Prevent Large Bank Robberies
The US Navy has sent a carrier-led strike group toward the western Pacific Ocean to provide a physical presence near the Korean Peninsula in a show of force against North Korea’s “destabilizing” nuclear weapons program and looming missile tests. “US Pacific Command ordered the Carl Vinson Strike Group north as a prudent measure to maintain … Continue reading US Navy Strike Group Heads Towards North Korea Over Pyongyang’s ‘Nuclear Threat’
Holy Week is upon us across much of the Western Hemisphere. A time when children are often taught to connect Easter’s Pagan origins with the Judeo-Christian belief in a savior god. A connection that uncomfortably tries to equate ‘a giant rabbit or ‘hare’ with a crucified Sun God. It’s a mad, ‘mad world’, especially when … Continue reading The Hare, the Moon Egg & the Goddess of Easter