Syria has Done More than Defend Itself: Syria has Exposed the Big “Israeli” Myth of Invincibility

This morning has marked the biggest ever “Israeli” attack on Syrian sovereignty since the beginning of the Syria conflict in 2011. The events proceeded as follows: –“Israel” shoots down alleged “Iranian” (most likely Iranian made but not Iranian operated) reconnaissance drone over Syrian territory. –Syria targets “Israeli” jets attempting to strike a Syrian military base. …

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Syria – Is War With Israel Imminent?

Around 6 am GMT the Syrian air defense shot downed an Israeli fighter jet that was attacking the country. There is now the chance that a larger war will ensue. (The whole story behind this will surely be covered in Elijah Magnier's upcoming book on Hizbullah.) This escalation comes after a series of recent provocations …

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Winter Sports Instead of Nuclear War

Considering that a nuclear conflict over North Korea appeared imminent in recent weeks, the winter Olympics at Pyeongchang, South Korea, is a most welcome distraction – and might even deter a major war on the peninsula. The highlight of the games was the arrival of Kim Yo-jong, the younger sister of North Korea’s ruler, Kim …

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Kim Jong-un has Shown Himself to be a Master Diplomat In Spite of Foreign Pressure

The opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang was attended by a DPRK delegation which included President of the Presidium of the Supreme People’s Assembly of North Korea, Kim Yong-nam, as well as Kim Yo- jong, the sister of North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un, who acted as a diplomatic envoy for her country. Kim Yo-jong’s …

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The FBI and the President – Mutual Manipulation

Few government organizations have been engaged in violation of the US citizens’ constitutional rights for as long a time and against as many individuals as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Seldom has there been greater collusion in the perpetration of crimes against civil liberties, electoral freedom and free and lawful expression as what has …

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Developments in India’s Foreign Policy in January 2018

There have been two standout events in India’s foreign policy in the first month of 2018: the 3rd ‘Raisina Dialogue’, held in New Delhi from 6-18 January, and theASEAN-India Commemorative Summit, held on 28 January, also in the Indian capital. Both events were dominated by an unmentioned specter: the problems in the relationship between India and China, -one …

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American Think Tanks Are Hired Purveyors of Fake News

A couple of decades or more ago when I was still in Washington, otherwise known as the snake pit, I was contacted by a well-financed group that offered me, a Business Week and Scripps Howard News Service columnist with access as a former editor also to the Wall Street Journal, substantial payments to promote agendas …

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From Father to Son: How the Palestinian Struggle is Passed From One Generation to the Next

In August 2002, two years into the Second Intifada, Israeli forces closed in on a local Hamas leader in the West Bank village of Tubas near Jenin. Nasser Jarrar was in a wheel-chair having lost both legs and an arm in an explosion. A 19-year-old neighbour of Jarrar, Nidal Abu M'Khisan was given a flak …

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