It Was to be Expected That the UAE Would Side with India Over Pakistan
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It Was to be Expected That the UAE Would Side with India Over Pakistan

The UAE and India have too many strategic convergences with one another for Abu Dhabi to risk its relationship with New Delhi by supporting Pakistan’s stance towards Kashmir. The UAE shocked many observers late last month when it awarded Indian Prime Minister Modi the country’s highest civilian honor amidst the ongoing concern that New Delhi…

How Syria Defeated the 2012-2019 Invasion by US & Al-Qaeda
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How Syria Defeated the 2012-2019 Invasion by US & Al-Qaeda

On August 31st, the brilliant anonymous German intelligence analyst who blogs as “Moon of Alabama” headlined “Syria – Coordinated Foreign Airstrike Kills Leaders Of Two Al-Qaeda Aligned Groups”, and he reported that,“Some three hours ago an air- or missile strike in Syria’s Idleb governorate hit a meeting of leaders of the al-Qaeda aligned Haras-al-Din and…

John Bolton Being Sidelined by Trump Allows the World to Breathe Easier
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John Bolton Being Sidelined by Trump Allows the World to Breathe Easier

Trump’s National Security Advisor John Bolton is being left out of key meetings and to all intents sidelined. No surprise there. He’s deranged. Punctuating its history, crazed warmongers – people for whom war and conflict is the acme of purpose and meaning – have occupied key positions with US political and military establishments. Take the…

World War Debt: Germany’s Debt Caused The Second World War – The Federal Reserve Isn’t Far Behind
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World War Debt: Germany’s Debt Caused The Second World War – The Federal Reserve Isn’t Far Behind

The Second World War had countless effects on the world but there was one primary cause with strictly empirical roots. The grim lessons of this root cause of the war serve as an important reminder of how mega debt can lead to mega death. The trouble began in 1914 when in an effort to finance…