India’s “Balancing Act” Between Russia & The US Will Break Down Over Iran

India can’t indefinitely “balance” between Russia and the US as it’s impossible for it to fulfill all of its stated commitments to both of them, meaning that the country will have to eventually choose which of the two it wants to lean closer towards in spite of the consequences that this will have for its …

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S-300s and Other Military Hardware for Syria

This week Russian officials declared that the delivery of S-300s for Syria was completed and that this first batch included 49 pieces of “military equipment”, including radars, control vehicles and four launchers. Russian officials added that, if needed, this figure could be increased to 8-12 launchers. Defense Minister Shoigu added that “the measures we will …

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Washington Threatens Preemptive Strike Against Russian Missiles

On Tuesday, the United States government issued its most direct and public threat of a military strike against Russia since the height of the Cold War. The US ambassador to NATO, Kay Bailey Hutchison, told a press conference at NATO headquarters in Brussels that if Russia failed to stop its development of a new cruise …

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US Military Increasingly Defenseless Against Formidable New Enemy (No, It’S Not Russia)

America is forever researching and developing new weapons for defending itself against enemies, both real and imagined. Yet it seems to have been taken unawares by a deadly new adversary in the form of suicide in the ranks. Many people have asked themselves at one time or another how soldiers are able to come to …

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The Lies of Our (Financial) Times. How “Business Publications” Mislead Public Opinion

Introduction The leading financial publications have misled their political and investor subscribers of emerging crises and military defeats which have precipitated catastrophic political and economic losses. The most egregious example is the Financial Times (FT) a publication which is widely read by the business and financial elite. In this essay we will proceed by outlining …

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The US May Not be Able to Fight Two Big Wars At Once

The U.S. military would be able to handle itself adequately in a single major regional conflict while maintaining smaller operations around the globe, but its “marginal” capabilities mean America would struggle if forced to take on a second major conflict at the same time, a new report has found. That is the conclusion of The …

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Could Saudi Arabia Become the Middle East’s Next Failed State?

Reports are growing that Muhammad bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s hyperactive crown prince, is losing his grip. His economic reform program has stalled since his father, King Salman, nixed plans to privatize 5 percent of Saudi Aramco. The Saudi war in Yemen, which the prince launched in March 2015, is more of a quagmire than ever …

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PayPal’s Punishment of InfoWars Is Part of Big Tech’s Censorship Campaign

PayPal terminated Infowars’ account and gave it ten days to find a replacement. The company basically jumped on the censorship bandwagon being led by other Big Tech companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Apple, YouTube, and Spotify which earlier blocked Alex Jones on the pretext that his allegedly “hateful” broadcasts violate their terms of service. Without …

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Empire of Lies: Are “We, The People” Useful Idiots in the Digital Age?

Back in the heyday of the old Soviet Union, a phrase evolved to describe gullible western intellectuals who came to visit Russia and failed to notice the human and other costs of building a communist utopia. The phrase was “useful idiots” and it applied to a good many people who should have known better. I now propose …

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