US-Pakistani Relations Head South: Pentagon Cancels Military Aid to Islamabad

The US Defense Department has made a final decision to cancel $300 million (the Coalition Support Funds) in aid to Pakistan. The official reason is Islamabad’s failure to take decisive action against the militants who are waging war in Afghanistan: the Haqqani network and the Afghan Taliban. The move is subject to approval by Congress. It was announced …

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Idlib: Where a Very Real War Meets High Political Theatre

The Battle of Idlib!…or The Battle of Idlib? Reports have indicated that the Syrian Arab Army has already begun some military operations in the notorious Idlib Governorate. Just prior to these reports seeing light, both Donald Trump and the US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley issued implied threats to conduct another missile strike on Syria …

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Members of al Qaeda's Nusra Front carry their weapons as they move towards their positions © Ammar Abdullah / Reuters

False-Flag Failure… US Cuts to the Chase to Defend Its Terrorists in Syria

Last week the US warned of military strikes on Syria "if" government forces use chemical weapons (CW). This week, Trump comes clean by dropping any mention of a CW pretext – simply warning Syria not to attack terrorists. Trump tweeted his warning to Syria, as well as its allied Russian and Iranian forces, to not …

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Russia Is Covering the Upcoming Syrian Final Offensive with Far More Than Just 25 Warships

A very good piece by Alastair Crooke on the situation around Syria and US, UK and other “democracies” preparing yet another false flag using, what else is new, own SOBs in a form of all kinds of Al-Qaeda-derived scum. Crooke makes this observation: Evidently, Russia takes this US threat seriously (it has deployed 20 naval vessels into …

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Why Is a Russian Naval Fleet Gathering Near Syria?

In late August 2018 Russia launched a naval deployment in the western Mediterranean off the Syrian coast. It was Moscow’s biggest such deployment since the end of the Cold War. The naval moves came shortly after the Kremlin claimed the United States and its Western allies were plotting a new round of attacks on the …

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The Anti-OBOR Narrative Just Hit Peak Cognitive Dissonance Over Ethiopia

The Mainstream Media has been propagating the narrative that China’s only interest in “Global South” countries is to deviously ensnare them in so-called “debt traps” so that it can squeeze territorial concessions out of them afterwards such as was the case with Sri Lanka, but the fact that China is curtailing its investment in Ethiopia …

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Nicaragua Didn’t Overcome Its Hybrid War, It Made a Huge Concession to Stop It

There’s a popular narrative going around the Alt-Media Community that Nicaragua valiantly defeated the Hybrid War forces that were dispatched to overthrow the government, though the less “sexy” reality is that the government merely made a major political-military concession to the US in order to temporarily relieve the pressure being put upon it. Look around …

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How US Government Relies on Lying Media

On Friday, August 31st, the neoconservative US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said “The 3 million Syrians who have already been forced out of their homes and are now in #Idlib, will suffer from this aggression. Not good. The world is watching.” By “this aggression,” he was referring to the completion, by the Syrian Government and its …

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