Continuity of Agenda: Trump’s “Fire and Fury” Brewed Under Bush, Obama

The United States has issued a provocative threat to North Korea of “fire and fury.” Following it up, the Guardian would report in its article, “Trump on North Korea: maybe ‘fire and fury’ wasn’t tough enough threat,” further threats being made: Donald Trump has issued another provocative warning to North Korea, suggesting that his threat …

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Why the Adults are Not Reining in Trump

Optimism has repeatedly been expressed, especially after any qualified and respected person has been appointed to a senior position in the current administration, that the “adults in the room” will check the excesses and compensate for the deficiencies of a blatantly unqualified president.  Hope placed on the four-star shoulders of John Kelly as he assumed …

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The End of the “Wars on the Cheap” for the United States

With the Neocon coup against Trump now completed (at least in its main objective, that is the neutralization of Trump, the subsidiary objective, impeaching Trump and removing him from office remains something for the future) the world has to deal, yet again, with a very dangerous situation: the AngloZionist Empire is on a rapid decline, …

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The carrier Forrestal, 1967. A single Zuni ground-attack missile was fired accidentally, hitting a plane. A huge fire ensued, bombs cooked off, 134 men were killed, and the ship was devastated, out of service for a very long time. One five-inch missile.

Milk-Bar Clausewitzes, Bean Curd Napoleons: In the Reign of Kaiser Don

Why do those inadequate little men in Washington and New York dream of new wars? Because the empire is near a tipping point. Washington must either either start a war in Korea, or gets faced down by the North, its carriers ignored, its bombers “sending signals” and making “shows of force” without result. For the …

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Washington and Brussels: Running in Reverse

Washington and Brussels’ response to foreign affairs challenges, as they face their own political and economic disasters and decline, has been to impose economic sanctions, boycotts and issue increasingly reckless military threats against rival nations. The ruling and main opposition parties in the US and EU have taken over the major media, turning ‘news programs’ …

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Putin: 755 US Diplomats to Depart Russia, Time to Show We Won’t Leave Anything Unanswered

More than 750 American diplomats will have to leave Russia as a result of Washington's own policies, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said in an exclusive interview with the Rossiya 1 TV channel. "The American side has made a move which, it is important to note, hasn't been provoked by anything, to worsen Russian-US relations. …

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US President on Shaky Ground, Foreign Policy in Doldrums

With all the scandals, attacks and investigations going on, President Trump is risking to lose three key figures in the administration pretty soon. The president is evidently trying to bait his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, into resigning. The public standoff between the president and the top law enforcement official is getting exacerbated. «I’m disappointed in the attorney …

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