International Reaction to Trump’s Attempts to Get Us All Killed

The fact that Donald Trump threatened Russia with continuous military strikes against Syria has marked a new low for the security of our planet. Trump’s tweets are known for bringing down stock markets across the globe on multiple occasions. According to the German Die Welt, Trump’ threats against Moscow are enough to put Europe in a …

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What Price Will Mankind Have to Pay for the Collapse of the Empire?

“I am surrounded, they are outside, I don’t want them to take me and parade me, conduct the airstrike, they will make a mockery of me and this uniform. I want to die with dignity and take all these bastards with me. Please my last wish, conduct the airstrike, they will kill me either way. …

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Syria: The Western Hysteria on the Eve of its Failure

The Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Ankara ended in a trilateral summit with the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. These state leaders’ joint statement reaffirms their determination to cooperate in the final defeating of the Islamic State (ISIL), the Al-Nusra Front and other extremist groups. The critical importance …

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US and Allies Hold World in Terror Siege With War Threat

So, the world is counting the hours to see whether the US and its allies will launch a military strike on Syria. If this war plan goes ahead, the attack will be furious - and the repercussions grave, as Russia sternly warned this week. Indeed, we are talking about the very real danger that any US-led …

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France Joins Syria Fight: Goals and Consequences

French President Emmanuel Macron kept his word. On April 1-2, French troops moved into northern Syria. This is the first time France deployed substantial forces there to turn Paris into a new actor actively involved in the war. The troops advanced toward Manbij and Remelin to join American allies and did it hastily. The move was …

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Turkey Discloses French Troop Positions in Syria in Payback for Support of Kurds

French President Emmanuel Macron entertained a Syrian Kurdish delegation last Thursday. He praised the Kurdish-dominated SDF militias for their role in fighting ISIS and promised continued support. After the meeting Kurdish and French media outlets reported Macron had also promised to move French troops to Kurdish-held Manbij in northern Syria, and block the advance of …

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Sarkozy’s Hand in the French Cookie Jar?

There was something refreshing about watching former French president Nicholas Sarkozy being interrogated in a French jail. Particularly since he may soon be accused of conspiracy in the murder of my old friend, Col. Muammar Khadaffi of Libya. Sarkozy and his former chief of staff, Claude Guéant, are being investigated for secretly accepting at least …

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Is Trump “Retreating” from Syria Because of the “Rojava Civil War”?

Trump’s surprise announcement that the US will be “coming out” of Syria “very, very soon” probably won’t lead to the full-fledged retreat that some people are expecting, but this tactical downscaling would nevertheless be a response to the “Rojava Civil War” if it does indeed happen, and the influence of Turkey’s looming anti-terrorist intervention in …

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Libya's then President Muammar Gaddafi (left) greets his then French counterpart Nicolas Sarkozy at Bab Azizia Palace in Tripoli, on July 25, 2007. Photo: Reuters / Pascal Rossignol

Gaddafi’s Ghost Haunts Walking-Dead King Sarko

NATO’s 2011 war on Libya was unanimously sold across the West as a necessary humanitarian operation against the proverbial evil dictator (Hillary Clinton: “We came, we saw, he died.”). Russia and China were firmly against it. Now, in a stunning historical reversal, the ghost of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi seems to have come back to haunt …

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