Progress Report on the US-Russian War

I am often asked if the US and Russia will go to war with each other. I always reply that they are already at war. Not a war like WWII, but a war nonetheless. This war is, at least for the time being, roughly 80% informational, 15% economic and 5% kinetic. But in political terms …

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Little Rocket Man’s Risky Game

In the morning darkness of Wednesday, Kim Jong Un launched an ICBM that rose almost 2,800 miles into the sky before falling into the Sea of Japan. North Korea now has the proven ability to hit Washington, D.C. Unproven still is whether Kim can put a miniaturized nuclear warhead atop that missile, which could be …

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Is Washington the Most Corrupt Government in History?

Robert Mueller, a former director of the FBI who is working as a special prosecutor “investigating” a contrived hoax designed by the military/security complex and the DNC to destroy the Trump presidency, has yet to produce a scrap of evidence that Russiagate is anything but orchestrated fake news. As William Binney and other top experts …

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How Come Military Contractors Are Doing All of Washington’s Dirty Work?

It is no secret that the last couple decades saw an abrupt increase in the number of private military companies or private security contractors (PMCs), the overall budgets of some easily surpass the military budgets of certain sovereign states. The turning point in the creation of such companies occurred in 1995 during military operations conducted by the …

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The Curious Case of Jared Kushner and the Israel Lobby

Even before he assumed office, Donald Trump had appointed Jared Kushner to be his point-person on US relations with the Middle East. The latter was specifically charged with forging an Israel-Palestine peace plan, which Trump, in typical flamboyant fashion, called "the ultimate deal". Leaders throughout the region and analysts who’ve devoted much of their lives …

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Working with the U.S. Military in Afghanistan

Foreword:  It is not the intent of the author to condemn an entire nation, but rather to illustrate the experiences of dealing with the American military from the perspective of a NATO ally. After the final Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan in February, 1989 until the beginning of Operation Enduring Freedom and the American led invasion …

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North Korea: “The Missile Program Is Now Complete”

Last night the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea (DPRK) launched another nuclear capable missile. It was a new type never shown before. Its name is Hwasong-15 and it is a beauty. The new missile is huge. Note Kim Jong Il in his black coat on the left. He is 5'7 or 1.70 meters. The transporter-erector vehicle …

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Staying Safe Online: Five Cyber Safety Tips Every Parent Should Teach Their Kids

Years ago, when my kids were in elementary school, I let one of them play a kid’s game on my computer. Hours later, when I got back on the computer, I had a virus. This was our first of many discussions about cyber safety. It’s safe to say that the internet is increasingly becoming more …

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