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The nuclear war doomsday clock maintained on the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists website has advanced to two minutes before midnight, the closest point to possible atomic apocalypse since the end of the Cold War. In 1995 the clock was at fourteen minutes to midnight, but the opportunity to set it back even further was lost as the United States and its European allies took advantage of a weakened Russia to advance NATO into Eastern Europe, setting the stage for a new cold war, which is now underway.

It is difficult to imagine how the United States might avoid a new war in the Middle East given the recent statements that have come out of Washington, and, given that the Russians are also active in the region, a rapid and massive escalation of something that starts out as a minor incident should not be ruled out.

President Donald Trump set the tone when he harangued the United Nations last Tuesday, warning that the United States would go it alone in defense of its perceived interests, with no regard for international bodies that exist to limit armed conflict and punish those who commit war crimes.

Trump’s 35-minute speech featured an anticipated long section targeting Iran. He commented that:

Iran’s leaders sow chaos, death, and destruction. They do not respect their neighbors or borders, or the sovereign rights of nations. Instead, Iran’s leaders plunder the nation’s resources to enrich themselves and to spread mayhem across the Middle East and far beyond… We cannot allow the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism to possess the planet’s most dangerous weapons. We cannot allow a regime that chants ‘Death to America,’ and that threatens Israel with annihilation, to possess the means to deliver a nuclear warhead to any city on Earth.”

There are a number of things exaggerated or incorrect in Trump’s description of Iran as well as in the conclusions he draws. The Middle East and other adjacent Muslim countries are in chaos because the United States has destabilized the region starting with the empowering of the Islamist Mujadeddin in the war against Soviet Afghanistan in the 1980s. It then invaded Afghanistan in 2001 followed by Iraq in 2003, enabling the rise of ISIS and giving local al-Qaeda affiliates a new lease on life, before turning on Damascus with the Syria Accountability Act later in the same year and then destroying the Libyan government under Barack Obama. These were, not coincidentally, policies promoted by Israel that received, as a result, bipartisan support in Congress.

The emotional description of disrespecting “neighbors, borders and sovereign rights” fits the U.S. and Israel to a “T” rather than Iran. The U.S. has soldiers stationed illegally in Syria while Israel bombs the country on an almost daily basis, so who is doing the disrespecting? Washington and Tel Aviv are also the principal supporters of terrorists in the Middle East, not Iran, – arming them, training them, hospitalizing them when they are injured, and making sure that they continue their work in attacking Syria’s legitimate government.

And as for “most dangerous weapons,” Iran doesn’t have any and is a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, which Israel and the U.S. have not signed. Nor would Iran have any such weapons in the future but for the fact that Trump has backed out of the agreement to monitor and inspect Iranian nuclear research and development, which will, if anything, motivate Tehran to develop weapons to protect itself.

Trump also elaborated on the following day regarding Iran’s alleged but demonstrably non-existent nuclear program when he indicated to the Security Council that Washington would go after countries that violate the rules on nuclear proliferation. He clearly meant Iran but the comment was ironic in the extreme, as Israel is the world’s leading nuclear rogue nation with an arsenal of two hundred nuclear devices, having stolen the uranium and key elements of the technology from the United States in the 1960s.

Trump’s new appraisal of the state of the Middle East is somewhat a turnaround. Five months ago he said that he wanted to “get out” of Syria and bring the soldiers home. But in early September, the secretary of state’s special representative for Syria engagement, James Jeffrey, indicated that the U.S. would stay to counter Iranian activities.

And John Bolton has also recently had a lot to say about Iran, Syria and Russia. Last Monday he confirmed that Washington intends to keep a military presence in Syria until Iran withdraws all its forces from the country. “We’re not going to leave as long as Iranian troops are outside Iranian borders, and that includes Iranian proxies and militias.” On the following day, speaking at a Sheldon Adelson funded United Against Nuclear Iran Summit, he said the “murderous regime” of “mullahs in Tehran” would face serious consequences if they persist in their willingness to “lie, cheat and deceive. If you cross us, our allies, or our partners; if you harm our citizens there will indeed be hell to pay. Let my message today be clear: We are watching, and we will come after you.”

John Bolton also warned the Russians about their decision to upgrade the air defenses in Syria in the wake of the recent Israeli bombing raid that led to the shooting down of a Russian intelligence plane. He said absurdly and inaccurately “The Israelis have a legitimate right to self-defense against this Iranian aggressive behavior, and what we’re all trying to do is reduce tensions, reduce the possibility of major new hostilities. That’s why the president has spoken to this issue and why we would regard introducing the S-300 as a major mistake.”

Bolton then elaborated that “We think introducing the S-300s to the Syrian government would be a significant escalation by the Russians and something that we hope, if these press reports are accurate, they would reconsider.” And regarding who was responsible for the deaths of the Russian airmen, Bolton also has a suitable explanation “There shouldn’t be any misunderstanding here… The party responsible for the attacks in Syria and Lebanon and really the party responsible for the shooting down of the Russian plane is Iran.”

Bolton’s desire to exonerate Israel and always blame Iran is inevitably on display. He is curiously objecting to the placement of missiles that are defensive in nature, presumably because Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has asked him to do so. The only way one can be threatened by the S-300 is if you are attacking Syria, but that might be a fine point that Bolton fails to grasp as he was a draft dodger during the Vietnam War and has since that time not placed himself personally at risk in support of any of the wars he has been promoting.

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis also spoke on Monday, at the Pentagon. His spin on Iran was slightly different but his message was the same. “As part of this overarching problem, we have to address Iran. Everywhere you go in the Middle East where there’s instability you will find Iran. So in terms of getting to the end state of the Geneva [negotiations] process, Iran, too, has a role to play, which is to stop fomenting trouble.”

To complete the onslaught, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, speaking at the same United Against Nuclear Iran Summit as Bolton, accused European nations seeking to avoid U.S. sanctions over the purchase of Iranian oil as “solidifying Iran’s ranking as the number-one state sponsor of terrorism. I imagine the corrupt ayatollahs and IGRC [Revolutionary Guards] were laughing this morning.”

Even the U.S. Congress has figured out that something is afoot. A bipartisan group of U.S. senators, who were carefully briefed on what to think by the Israeli government, warned after a trip to the Middle East that war between the United States and Iranian proxies is “imminent.”

Iran is fun to kick around but China has also been on the receiving end of late. Last Wednesday the U.N. Security Council meeting was presided over by Donald Trump, who warned that Beijing is “meddling” in U.S. elections against him personally. It is a bizarre claim, particularly as the only country up until now demonstrated as having actually interfered in American politics in any serious way is Israel. The accusation comes on top of Washington’s latest foray into the world of sanctions, directed against the Chinese government-run Equipment Development Department of the Chinese Central Military Commission and its director Li Shangfu for “engaging in significant transactions” with a Russian weapons manufacturer that is on a list of U.S. sanctioned companies.

The Chinese sanctions are serious business as they forbid conducting any transactions that go through the U.S. financial system. It is the most powerful weapon Washington has at its disposal. As most international transactions are conducted in dollars and pass through American banks that means that it will be impossible for the Chinese government to make weapons purchases from many foreign sources. If foreign banks attempt to collaborate with China to evade the restrictions, they too will be sanctioned.

So if you’re paying attention to Trump, Bolton, Mattis, Pompeo and Haley you are probably digging a new bomb shelter right now. We have told Iran that it cannot send its soldiers and “proxies” outside its own borders while Syria cannot have advanced missiles to defend its airspace, which Russia is “on notice” for providing. China also cannot buy weapons from Russia while Venezuela is also being threatened because it has what is generally believed to be a terrible government. Meanwhile, America is in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan to stay while nearly all agree a war with Iran is coming soon. Everyone is the enemy and everyone hates the United States, mostly for good reasons. If this is Making America Great Again, I think I would settle for just making America “good” so we could possibly have that doomsday clock go back a couple of minutes.

Philip M. Giraldi, Ph.D., is Executive Director of the Council for the National Interest, a 501(c)3 tax deductible educational foundation that seeks a more interests-based U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. Website is www.councilforthenationalinterest.org, address is P.O. Box 2157, Purcellville VA 20134 and its email is [email protected].

 
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  1. Duncan says:

    “Everyone hates the United States, mostly for good reason.”
    Sir, you have said a mouthful.
    I should like to add, among our nations unholy executives, Haley strikes me a the most unhinged.
    I don’t know what her deal is.

  2. Small detail: the US has signed and ratified the NPT. But as is typical, breaks it regularly by giving Trident missile technology to the UK and training NATO states in how to use US nukes.

    • Replies: @CalDre
  3. I guess my question(s) to Mr. Giraldi, whose analysis I respect, would be what weight he assigns to Iran in supporting terrorism in the Middle East or elsewhere? What portion of blame should be attributed to Shi’a Muslims and what portion to Sunnis? Who are more mischievous, Iranian backed militias such as Hezbollah, or Sunni formations such as Al Qaeda or ISIS? Are the various terror attacks in the UK and in Europe by Islamists more due to Iranian influence or Sunni influence?

    I get that Israel, for whatever reason, views Iran as a bigger threat than it does its surrounding Sunni neighbors. I’m told that Israel and Saudi Arabia are in serious cooperation in trying to change the balance of power in the Middle East. So, presumably there is some shared interest between right wing Zionism and Wahhabism.

    I’d appreciate further analysis on these various dynamics.

  4. I guess we could credibly say at this point, “Great, just great.”

  5. jconsley says:

    Phil there is one consequence not mentioned that is extremely important concerning the dollar as the reserve currency in world trade. This is financially rewarding for the U.S. banking system. With the enormous deficits adding to the national debt, the interest paid on the debt is growing exponentially. Thus, the U.S. is dependent upon the foreign purchase of U.S. bonds and foreign holding of dollars for international trade. Should China, Russia and perhaps some European countries set up mechanisms to circumvent the use of dollars and the American banking system, the U.S. will be forced to raise interest rates to attract buyers of U.S. financial instruments and bonds. Therefore, the U.S. may experience economic ruin before the countries that the U.S. has sanctioned to bring about economic ruin as a means to force policy or regime change. It seems that the U.S. Government is intent upon destroying our country in order to serve a few countries that reject all international and humanitarian law.

    • Replies: @the grand wazoo
    , @didi
  6. Let’s not forget Korea…

    https://ronaldthomaswest.com/2018/09/30/38-norths-korea-problem/

    …and a problem throughout all of this is ‘double government’

    • Replies: @Carroll Price
  7. ABSOLUTE NONSENSE

    China cannot purchase weapons.

    It will continue purchasing them from Russia or Germany or anywhere it decides to. As Fred Reed noted, it is hard to bomb trade agreements.

    “Everywhere you got there is instability you’ve got Iran”

    Yemen has no oil. Kuwait did. And Saudi is our oil exporter so they will be proxy for the US on that front because it is their border.

    “War is imminent”

    A war would require more than a volunteer army. And good luck with a draft. Drones and advisers cannot do jack shit and haven’t.

    “The Israelis have legitimate right”

    As they did in Lebanon, another war that the US stayed away from.

    The US was not affected by Lebanon.

    “Middle East vs China”

    The Middle East is a toilet bowl with a few functional countries like Dubai that are good for some American oil supply companies and real estate investors. And Saudi, it goes without saying.

    But it is getting harder for the US public to give a shit about the region. Seventeen years in Afghanistan and a war in Iraq only made matters worse.

    China has a direct effect on the US consumer or labor market.

    People care about what effects them.

  8. Greg Bacon says: • Website

    “We cannot allow a regime that chants ‘Death to America,’ and that threatens Israel with annihilation, to possess the means to deliver a nuclear warhead to any city on Earth.”

    Wonder which Israeli in the unhinged war monger PM Nuttyahoo’s cabinet wrote that part of the speech?

    Those TBTF Wall Street Casinos are in worse trouble now than in 2007. If not for making tons of cash off laundering the illegal loot from those Afghan CIA poppy fields–guarded by US troops–those banks would have already crashed..AGAIN.

    But the FED can only apply so many Band-Aids before the whole rotten mess collapses again, as two of those TBTF banks have already predicted was coming and soon. The gangsters behind this plundering of the USA don’t want to say again, “Gosh, we didn’t see that coming,” so a world war or even a large regional one will be used to blame the next economic collapse on, or that some Russian or Chinese hackers broke into our banking system system and set off the next financial Armageddon.

    • Replies: @flashlight joe
  9. LondonBob says:

    I wonder how much of the Russia stuff is just misdirection. Interesting that Papadoulous named an Israeli diplomat Christian Cantor as the genesis of his trouble, and the likes of Downer are very much part of the neocon international. Maybe after the mid terms Trump will dump Bolton but then again maybe Trump does have too many connections to Jewish organised crime groups coming out of the FSU, maybe they do have something on him because it is hard to explain otherwise. Campaign $ doesn’t quite explain it to me. Either way after the midterms we should get a clearer picture, especially if Mueller is wound down.

  10. @Laugh Track

    My perhaps simple minded view of the recently developed cosy relationship between Israel and Saudi Arabia is that it is underpinned by the Saudi totals and richin-laws being desperately concerned about their future when the Saudi population, including not a few Shia, continues to increase rapidly but oil revenue cannot possibly grow large or fast enough for that population to be kept docile.

  11. Realist says:

    I use to love the America that use to be….now not so much.

  12. Realist says:

    So if you’re paying attention to Trump, Bolton, Mattis, Pompeo and Haley you are probably digging a new bomb shelter right now.

    If you are one that thinks Trump is fighting the Deep State, explain Bolton, Mattis, Pompeo and Haley.

    • Replies: @Flavius
  13. So if you’re paying attention to Trump, Bolton, Mattis, Pompeo and Haley you are probably digging a new bomb shelter right now.

    AIPAC ordered red meat, and these helpers deliver promptly. I’m digging into my bag of popcorn – anything could happen.

  14. Ahoy says:

    @ jconsley

    A Government runs a state if it can print money. In America, the entity that looks like government does not run the country. The country is run by FED which was bought by Rockeffeller, Morgan and Schiff from Wilson in 1913. It is a private company and has the sole right to print money.

    Further back, when the creator of the Rothchild clan bought the English empire from the Crown said the famous *Let me have the right to print money and the politiciens can write whatever laws they want*

    These things ought to be taught to American schools. Instead, they teach them yoga and advanced sexology. Perfect tools for the stupidification of human mind.

  15. @Duncan

    @ Duncan,

    Nikki Haley is a second-generation immigrant: in many cases such individuals want to prove they’re more American than apple pie.

    This might be of interest: Nikki Haley, Rock Star to the Jews and Their Knight in Shining Armor – Link to Ha’aretz

  16. Anonymous[587] • Disclaimer says:

    Fear sells newspapers and clicks. But nothing is going to happen.

    “Statistical high Vegas odds probability is that nothing of any significance will ever happen to you in your entire boring life.” — Doug Stanhope

    Doug Stanhope: Voice of America
    FEAR IN THE U.S. NEWS MEDIA

  17. Words cost nothing, what a politician says means nothing, what is important is what he does.
    Until now I cannot see any intention of Trump to go to war.
    I hope I’m right in interpreting his last statements as empty gestures, as moving the USA embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem was an empty gesture.
    I do not agree on war with Iran, Netanyahu wants such a war, I suppose, or pretends he wants such a war, any informed person knows that the west has hardly any clue about deep in the rock nuclear attack proof Iranian installations.
    Even a shower of missiles with non nuclear warheads from Iran will cause death and destruction in Israel.
    About Bolton, the man is so stupid that at his UN time common staff hardly could prevent not regularly bursting into laughter when they had to some business with this man.

    • Replies: @Uncle Sam
    , @itchyvet
  18. @Duncan

    I do not hate the US, I pity the USA people for having such a bad government.
    A government not interested in its citizens.
    Maybe Trump is different.

    • Replies: @Moi
    , @Spartoi Dragon
  19. @Jeff Stryker

    The Middle East is a toilet bowl with a few functional countries like Dubai that are good for some American oil supply companies and real estate investors. And Saudi, it goes without saying.

    I have been tolerating your BS for a very long time. Just because you spend a couple of years in Dubai, suddenly you are an expert on ME and especially on GCC. BTW, Dubai is not a country like both California and Michigan are not countries. Neither, Detroit is a country. Dubai is a city and a State, like New York, NY.

    Yemen has no oil.

    There goes the expert again, because he has spend couple of years in Dubai. Most of the Saudi oil is in South, where the Shia resides, and the Yemen oil is in North, where the Shia resides. For years, Saudi is siphoning the oil from Yemen.

    Has the so called expert heard about Rub’ al-Khali? And, if he hasn’t that he sure can Google it.

    • Agree: druid
  20. @Anonymous

    Fear sells newspapers and clicks. But nothing is going to happen.

    Excellent!

    Both sides of the isles, those for wars and those for anti-wars are selling fears, and controlling the masses.

    As in “Animal Farm” the pigs started to look like humans and/or vice versa.

  21. From the Cuban missile crisis until now the Russians and the USA worked hard to avoid a situation in which American and Russian military forces might go head to head. Trump has tossed that wise policy aside in Syria. What’s going on in Syria is incredibly dangerous! Meanwhile, on the home front, all we hear about is what spoiled and drunken teenagers got up to 40 years ago

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    , @c matt
  22. Michael7 says:

    “Iran’s leaders sow chaos, death, and destruction. They do not respect their neighbors or borders, or the sovereign rights of nations. Instead, Iran’s leaders plunder the nation’s resources to enrich themselves and to spread mayhem across the Middle East and far beyond… We cannot allow the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism to possess the planet’s most dangerous weapons. We cannot allow a regime that chants ‘Death to America,’ and that threatens Israel with annihilation, to possess the means to deliver a nuclear warhead to any city on Earth.”

    This is projection at its finest. Literally everything that Trump is accusing Iran of doing, the US, certain NATO countries and ISISrael have been doing for decades and with impunity. For the record, Iran hasn’t attacked another country in centuries. Iraq launched an attack against them in the 80′s using chemical weapons given to Saddam by none other than the US government, so that was a war of self-defense. Every time that a new proxy terrorist outfit shows up and begins wrecking havoc somewhere across the Middle East, inevitably it’s revealed that the US/Israel are the masterminds, frequently caught supplying them with military-grade weaponry, financing and intelligence support. When it comes to not respecting neighbors or borders, what do you call the US illegal occupation of Syria? Or how about IDF forces lobbing missiles into Syria and then turn around throwing hysterics about how they’re the victims?

    I could go on but you get the point. Trump, like every post-JFK president, is controlled by Zionists, in order to try and perpetrate more immoral and unjust wars. And I don’t care one bit about how supposedly entertaining, charming or charismatic these bobble heads may seem. They’re all doing the same Zionist song and dance.

    By the way… nukes are fake. The end.

    • Replies: @druid
  23. APilgrim says:

    The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists did not utter a God Damned word, as the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station threatened the Northern Hemisphere & mortally wounded the North Pacific Fishery.

    Pfhuck the God Damned Globalist/Commies and their Propaganda Clock.

    • Replies: @FB
  24. Agent76 says:

    Dec 15, 2015 Selling Hate: Fomenting Fear About Muslims To Expand US Corporate Empire

    MintPress News founder and editor, Mnar Muhawesh, gives a presentation to local government officials at the Ramsey County League of Local Governments about how the media sells hate and foments fear about Muslims to justify wars abroad, and the expansion of the US-Corporate empire.

  25. Dorian says:

    One Click Further From Nuclear Annihilation: But One Click Closer To US Retribution

    There will be no nuclear exchange in the Middle East. How could there be? Are the US going to expose their own troops to radiation? Are the US going to destroy their only large source of oil? While the US keeps its troops in the Middle East, nuclear war is not only averted, but US economic disintegration is assured.

    Thanks to that economic wizard of business, Trump, he has in his only second year as supreme leader increased the US debt by a new record of some 1.5 Trillion dollars, Trumps Glorious Contribution To US Debt: Making American Great Again. Out doing even Obama, and that IS quite a feat.

    Giraldi forgets to mention, that for as long as these wars continue, the greatest secret weapon that threatens the US, is not the superior arsenal of weaponry possessed by the Russians, nor the superior military that China will have in fire and man power that it will amass in a few short years, but the greatest national threat that in the end destroys all Empires. Take a look at the chart above at that link, its the 4th set of bars from the bottom, yes you include the “Social Security Administration” as the first set of bars (that conveniently held off-book for those corrupt politicians). Yeah… that nasty nefarious thing that does all Empires in, denoted there as “Interest on Debt”, and its starting to grow more and more. In another year it will overtake the US Military Budget! And then….?

    The US military already has serious economic problems, like they can’t keep their 20 odd aircraft careers at sea. Why? No money. As funny as that sounds, its true. Then there are all the other financial snafus that they have, like the F-35 flying elephant.

    No there will be no nuclear war. Just one single nuke going off anywhere in the Middle East, even a tactical one, will see Israel fight radiation winds like everyone else.

    Frankly, if Russia, Iran and Syria where really smart, they’d keep the Americans busy with all sort of false flag operations and counterinsurgency proxy terror acts of their own, upon the US military bases. Help the US burn those dollars even faster.

    Sadly this US nightmare that they have created in the ME will linger on for now. But that clock that is shown in the picture can be renamed the US Financial Armageddon clock.

    The only nation in serious trouble is the US. They are in a debt trap that is now starting to strangle them around their insolent throats like an anaconda. Thanks to Trump and his expertise in taking businesses into bankruptcy, the US is now doomed from their greed and economic incompetence. Revenge is so sweet when it is so deserved like it is for the US.

    Think about this everyone, this débâcle all started (well it actually started when the US canon balled the Japanese into forcing them to trade with Cm. Perry back in 1861) with Afghanistan, a war that is still continuing today. And you know what? I think it is going to end with them too. The US is in serious financial trouble, and Trump, expert he is, knows exactly how “to close the deal”, his words not mine, to financial insolvency; after all Trump has multiple experiences in doing this, there is no one better than Trump for bankruptcy.

    Thanks to Trump the trade-gap is getting worse, not better as he promised. I guess nobody wants to buy crappy US weapons any more, they all want those fancy, functional S-400 Russian defence systems, and why not, they actually work, like also their super-jet the Su-57 (wow! that baby really is impressive).

    Giraldi, like the main stream media, is lacking common-sense and misses the obvious, as I pointed out earlier about dropping nukes on the very area you need to get your thieving very cheap resources. No, this story is just click-bait, for self aggrandisement. There is nothing in this copy of his that makes sense, like many before me have commented.

    Frankly Unz Review please get some more intelligent authors. Stories like Giraldi’s are laughable to the point of inaneness. Giraldi can’t reason for peanuts. Doesn’t he even know that Europe along with Russia, China, India and Iran have already implement an alternative payment system that avoids the US dollar entirely! Hey Giraldi, your story is old news, it would have been better published one year ago. Your behind the times mate. Your analytical, common-sense skills and knowledge of current affairs is out dated. Haven’t you ever heard of the Internet? Try it, you might learn something that is much more recent, than reading out of dated books, written 5060 years ago.

  26. The Zionists who control the U.S. government are war mongers and wreckers of nations and slaughter civilians of the nations set up for slaughter without regard for women and children and in fact these same Zionist did the 911 attack on the WTC and killed some 3000 Americans in a crime that was done to set up the excuse to go to war in the Mideast.

    The Zionists have controlled America for over 100 years since the passage of the FED which gave the Zionist banking cabal the ability to print money out of thin air and the Zionists used this and their IRS to send America to war starting with WWI right on down through the Mideast.

    Read the Protocols of Zion to see what the Zionist/communists have done and are doing right here in America.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  27. All European capitals are written on Russian wall.
    All USA major cities are written on Russian wall.
    Why they still want wage war on Russia?

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Josecanuc
  28. The U.S. has been playing a dangerous game with Russia.for years That’s what happens when foreign policy is issued from Tel Aviv.
    Iran, Russia and China are all memb ers of SCO, Aiidb,etc. Soon us foreign policy won’t even matter. Bye bibi. U.s.-Israeli irrelevance. Coming soon.

    • Replies: @annamaria
  29. Mike P says:

    This blasted clock has been oscillating between 2, 3, or 5 to 12 since the bronze age. As they say, even a broken clock is right twice a day.

    • Agree: Jeffery Cohen
    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    , @Dr. Krieger
  30. Anonymous[310] • Disclaimer says:
    @JoaoAlfaiate

    From the Cuban missile crisis until now the Russians and the USA worked hard to avoid a situation in which American and Russian military forces might go head to head. Trump has tossed that wise policy aside in Syria.

    You assume it’s Trump’s decision to make. From where I sit, it looks like ‘the Swamp’ is holding a gun to his head.

    • Agree: Iris
  31. These are sure signs of desperation. Too bad that dying Empire might take all of us into its grave.

  32. @Dorian

    Your behind the times mate. Your analytical, common-sense skills and knowledge of current affairs is out dated. Haven’t you ever heard of the Internet? Try it, you might learn something that is much more recent, than reading out of dated books, written 5060 years ago.

    Excellent!

    Trump cannot save USA from bankruptcy, how can he save Israel from Russia, Iran, Syria, Iraq and Hezbollah combined. The writings is on the walls.

    Dr. Philip Giraldi still can redeem himself by writing real news instead of fake articles after articles about war on Iran. The real news about annihilation of Israel.

    • Replies: @Andrei Martyanov
    , @Anon
  33. “..l as the only country up until now demonstrated as having actually interfered in American politics in any serious way is Israel.”

    Actually, the country most demonstrably outed as interfering with US elections has been the United Kingdom, which of late has been yapping at the ankles of the Russians in a number of theatres. If the Brits stay true to form, it will be they who drag the US into yet another world war.

    • Replies: @Anon
  34. @Mike P

    Ah, I remember the good old days of Cold War 1.0, when we took that clock right up to mere seconds before midnight. You have not lived until you have gone through an execution of the JEEP.

    • Replies: @Mike P
  35. Anonymous[305] • Disclaimer says:
    @Laugh Track

    It is quite evident that there is a US-Israel-Saudi axis against Iran. It is a coalition of shared interests. Note that although Saudi citizens may not like Israel due to its treatment of the Palestinians , the Saudi government has no problem allying with them to accomplish shared goals.

    Although Iran is frequently labeled the biggest sponsor of terrorism, this isn’t accurate. Saudi Arabia is. Iran supports Hamas and Hezbollah but these are not global terrorist organizations. They only threaten Israel.

    When the US and Saudi Arabia began funneling money to Islamic fighters in Afghanistan, they set up a network that still continues to this day. Most global Islamic terror is backed by Saudi money.

    (I even read somewhere that more Americans were killed in Iraq by Saudi sponsored groups than Iranian backed ones).

    • Replies: @Carroll Price
  36. Mike P says:
    @The Alarmist

    I only know JEEP as a car, and I quite like it. But you must be referring to something else?

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
  37. @Jeffery Cohen

    The real news about annihilation of Israel.

    Israel is being “annihilated”? Certainly news for me.

    • Agree: ChuckOrloski
    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  38. Glancing through the comments I’m reminded of Hitler, in order to get what he wanted, turning around Versailles, he had to make his opponents believe that if necessary he would wage wage war.
    Poland provoked him in such a way that Hitler attacked.
    I wonder if Pentagon and NATO are in the same position as Hitler, in order to justify their existance there must be a war scare.
    This does not at all mean they want war.
    Putin is a wise man, he does not provoke, on the contrary.

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
    , @Carroll Price
  39. Michael7 says:
    @Anonymous

    You assume it’s Trump’s decision to make. From where I sit, it looks like ‘the Swamp’ is holding a gun to his head.

    No, actually, it’s not. Trump was in on it from the very beginning. In fact, both political parties are owned lock, stock and barrel by the same big money financiers. These people definitely do not represent the American people. Why do you think hardcore Zionist Sheldon Adelson financed Trump’s presidential campaign? Trump then loads up his administration with neocon warhawk Israel-firsters which Trumpsters put a convenient spin on to make it seem as though he’s really playing 4.5D chess. The mainstream media is in on the whole charade as well.

    It’s time to wake up.

    • Replies: @Stonehands
  40. Agent76 says:

    If only more knew radiation does not disappear and is forever. How many nukes have been tested in the U.S.?

    February 14, 2017 Fukushima Out of Control

    Radiation Levels Significantly Higher than “Unimaginable” Still Getting Worse After Six Years of Meltdowns

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/fukushima-out-of-control-radiation-levels-significantly-higher-than-unimaginable/5574837

    May 6, 2017 Gamma Radiation Report in Your Radiation This Week 16X

    THE RAD IN AMERICA – TOTAL GAMMA AND BETA RADIATION 2009 HIGHS – 16X

  41. @DESERT FOX

    In the very title of this article, & out of goose-step with the Jewish Corporate Media, Philip Giraldi reported: “Last week Washington threatened Iran, Syria, China, Venezuela and Russia.”

    Fyi, to my U.R. comment-Brothers, I purchased and read Christopher Bollyn’s new 144 page book, titled “The War on Terror, The Plot to Rule the Middle East.”

    Bollyn like P.G. wrote from-the-hip (page 18), “We cannot allow evil scoundrels (Israeli Tuning Plan-militarists) to impose an artificial reality (the GWOT) and false history (Al-Qaeda 9/11 attacks) on us and our nation. People who are deceived into war are not free people. A nation deceived is a nation enslaved. We cannot thrive as a nation if we are burdened with such an evil Deception.”

    For those interested, Mr. Alan Ned Sabrosky (PhD, University of Michigan) wrote a powerful & patriotic Forward to Christopher Bollyn’s new (primer?) book & he emphasized, “Bollyn gives an excellent assessment of where we stand now in the War on Terror, and how it might end — if at all. And here I confess to being more pessimistic than him. Bollyn is still hopeful that President Trump — despite his personal & familial connections to Israel — may yet pull back from the path, as presidential candidate, Trump professed to want to do. I simply don’t see that happening…,”

    Uh, can anyone beam-me-up to the Marine Corp veteran’s “pessimistic” vision?

  42. Anon[178] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jeffery Cohen

    “Russia, Iran, Syria, Iraq and Hezbollah combined”. C’mon mate: you’re trolling again…..

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  43. @Mike P

    Here’s one example of an Executed JEEP:

    • LOL: Mike P
  44. @Jeffery Cohen

    The Empty Quarter is in Eastern Saudi on the Oman border you cretin.

    I lived in Oman as well.

    My guides in the Empty Quarter were Jibali who lived on the Oman and Yemen border-a type of Bedouin.

    In all I worked for 7 years for a variety of English-language publications as a graphic artist from Oman up to Kuwait.

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  45. Z-man says:

    Forget Bolton, Mattis, Pompeo and Haley, those are just the Neocon lackeys that Trump has surrounded himself with. The real problem in a possible world war is the actual Jew attack dog Mnunchin. He happily devises new crippling sanctions against Iran, Russia and anybody else ZOG deems as not following the party line.
    I’m still holding out some hope* that Trump is using the first group of lackeys as a smoke screen to keep the Zionist beast at bay but Mnunchin’s** antics are the ones to really worry about.

    *In this case his son in law (yes I know he’s a Zionist) might be a moderating force, I can’t beleive I said that, and other advisors inside and outside Trumps administration. Pat Buchanan and Tucker Carlson come to mind and even Giraldi, if he could get a word in to Trump edgewise. But yes the Zionist ‘Owned’ US Government is the biggest obstacle to peace.

    **Mnuchin, I added another ‘n’ by accident but now it makes sense to add an ‘n’ since he has a weak ‘chin’ and a ‘nasty’ looking face. (Grin)

    • Agree: Agent76
    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  46. KA says:
    @Jeffery Cohen

    The Middle East is a toilet bowl ” or Russia is a big gas station ( retail not the storage unit of Exxon Mobile!) is political statement from emotionally disturbed intelligent self serving people . But they can be deadly in causing major war of aggression. Negative emotion is a powerful self sustaining bad memory for the future innocent victims . Citizens of Iraq Libya Syria – they know it all, and know it very well.

    • Agree: Jeffery Cohen
    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  47. c matt says:
    @JoaoAlfaiate

    We were in Syria long before Trump. One of the few things Obama did right was back down from his ridiculous red line, but only after lot’s of public outcry. Trump can keep talking, as long as he doesn’t actually do anything.

  48. @Jeffery Cohen

    You sound like an Indian, so what is with the Jewish moniker?

    Maybe your Dad was some Malayalam tea boy or toilet cleaner for an Omani or Emirate employer and you might have lived in the Gulf.

    But as an Indian you don’t go out of your barracks in Muscat or Dubai often so what would you know?

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  49. Anon[424] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ilyana_Rozumova

    Greed , greed that blinds , they covet Russia`s land and riches so much …..

    • Replies: @Carroll Price
  50. Winston2 says:
    @Laugh Track

    You fight fire with fire.
    Shia is the reformist branch of Islam but the west by its actions are sending it backwards.

    • Replies: @druid
  51. @jilles dykstra

    Putin might be wise, but he is the only adult in the room, while it takes two to tango.

    • Replies: @Z-man
  52. Anyone remember the Wasserman-Schultz spy scandal? The distractions are working.

  53. Greg Bacon says: • Website
    @Daniel Rich

    Nutty Nikki is doing her job interview for POTUS, showing Jewish billionaires she can be more loyal to Israel than the USA, which is the primary job of the WH.

    So far, she’s doing a superb job of staking her claim to the WH. Adelson and Saban love her.

  54. @Z-man

    I can’t believe this, but I have to defend Mnuchin. He and his subordinates, who are certainly not the brightest bulbs in the chandelier, figured that the US sanctions against Russia actually hurt the US more than Russia. The provided this info to the demented US Senators and Congressmen, who are still braying for more anti-Russian sanctions.

    • Replies: @FB
  55. @Andrei Martyanov

    Israel is being “annihilated”? Certainly news for me.

    You need to come out from your hole. Some more prediction for you. GCC is six countries, and very soon Yemen will become the seventh country in GCC.

    Talking about GCC, what is happening between KSA and Qatar? News is like fake bombs, they are done for dramatic affect and soon forgotten.

    As our President keeps on saying, it is all fake news. Both MSM and anti-MSM is all fake news!

    • Replies: @Jeff Stryker
  56. Z-man says:
    @AnonFromTN

    Hopefully Trump will go with his gut instincts and work with Putin. But his ‘advisors’, Bolton Pompeo, et al, are pathetic. He must listen to Buchanan, Carlson and others of that ilk, even Giraldi if he could get access to Trump, which I doubt he could. Just keep writing to Chief of Staff Kelly! (Grin)

  57. @Anonymous

    “You assume it’s Trump’s decision to make. From where I sit, it looks like ‘the Swamp’ is holding a gun to his head.”

    Of course it’s Trump’s decision to make. He made the decision to run for president. He made the decision to run on a platform of peace through diplomacy, defiance to the deep state, drain the swamp, make America great again, have better relations with Russia, get out of Syria, etc. He made the decision to reverse himself and betray his supporters. He made the decision to not appeal to the people. He made the decision to not investigate 9/11 or even threaten to investigate it. He made the decision to surround himself with unreasonable people/warmongers. He made the decision to do “deep state” dirty work. He made the decision to not resign rather than be an instrument of the deep state. Etc.

    You must be sitting somewhere in an alternate universe where 2 + 2 = 3.

  58. @Anon

    “Russia, Iran, Syria, Iraq and Hezbollah combined”. C’mon mate: you’re trolling again…..

    In 2014, the last war against Hamas, Israel ran out of all kind of ammunition, and they couldn’t defeat Hamas alone. Netanyahu had to personally beg Obama several times for more ammunition. Yes, I do realize that USA now has an ammunition storage facility in Israel itself.

    On a daily basis, Hamas is poking Israel by flaming kites and incendiary balloons, but Israel cannot do anything to Hamas. Netanyahu keeps on running to Egypt for help and he blames Abbas is trying to stop the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas. Netanyahu also keeps on running to Putin regarding Iran being at their border.

    Gone are the days of Air Force. Today one can fire precision missiles from their home. Imagine, the latest (couple of days ago), Iran precision missiles fired on ISIS in Syria from Iran. Or sending drones by Iran on ISIS in Syria.

    Now, imagine that missiles being simultaneously being fired on Israel by Hamas, Hezbollah, Syria, Iran, Iraq… how long it will take for Jordon, Egypt and Turkey to join them.

    • Replies: @Anon
  59. @Jeffery Cohen

    Oman and Saudi would never want to open their borders to a mess like Yemen that has been a mess since North Yemen was a Communist bloc with ties to Russia.

    Oman’s border with Yemen has always been militarized.

    I’ve been to Dhofar during the Khareef (Monsoon) as a tourist.

    You’re crazed to think the GCC would want the perpetually anarchic Yemen to belong to the GCC.

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  60. @Jeff Stryker

    My guides in the Empty Quarter were Jibali who lived on the Oman and Yemen border-a type of Bedouin.

    Son, you just gave yourself away. Jebali and Bedouin are contradiction in terms. Jebal, means “mountains” and believe me son, Mountain People and Bedouin are not the same.

    • Replies: @Jeff Stryker
  61. @Jeff Stryker

    Maybe your Dad was some Malayalam tea boy or toilet cleaner for an Omani or Emirate employer and you might have lived in the Gulf.

    Tut, tut, tut … your hatred for mankind is apparent. You must not be a good disciple of Jesus, Prince of Peace (as).

  62. @KA

    The Middle East is a toilet bowl ” or Russia is a big gas station ( retail not the storage unit of Exxon Mobile!) is political statement from emotionally disturbed intelligent self serving people . But they can be deadly in causing major war of aggression.

    Very true! These people are suffering from inferiority complex.

  63. I can only echo my disappointment that Pres. trump has yet to clearly define what we are doing there and more untangle us from these regions.

  64. @Jeff Stryker

    Oman and Saudi would never want to open their borders to a mess like Yemen that has been a mess since North Yemen was a Communist bloc with ties to Russia.

    Son, get your facts straight, it is twice now, you have erroneously written that North Yemen was a Communist bloc.

    Son, it was South Yemen which was communist and had war against Oman for years.

    I’ve been to Dhofar during the Khareef (Monsoon) as a tourist.

    Son, if you had been to Salalah (Dhofar), you would have seen downed Iranian Air Force Plane by the South Yemen. The Iranians were bringing food for Omani Military on a daily basis, and for this reason both Iran and Oman have been best of friends.

    • Replies: @Jeff Stryker
  65. FB says:
    @Laugh Track

    That has to be the stupidest analogy [it's not even a question] that I have ever seen on this website…

    You have picked an appropriate moniker ‘Laugh Track’…because after reading your comment it is definitely time to cue the laugh track…

    Why don’t you ‘analyze’ the various Shia-Sunni ‘dynamics’ yourself and see what you come up with instead of wasting everyone’s time here…?

    Where exactly do we see head-choppers that are sponsored by Iran…please name one instance…?

    And how many thousands of radical Sunni headchoppers do we have in Syria…from all corners of the world…thousands just from China’s Uighur province…thousands more from Russia and Central Asia, Pakistan, even radicalized Sunnis from Europe…

    Do you even have a brain inside that head of yours…these are basic facts that everyone is aware of…yet here you are trying to draw a comparison between Shia groups like Hezbollah, which is a part of the legitimate, elected, ruling government of Lebanon…and these fucking headchoppers…

    Your picture should be next to the definition of hopelessly fucking retarded…

    • Replies: @anonymous
  66. @Jeffery Cohen

    Jabali (Also spelled Jibali) live in Yemen and Dhofar. The word “Jebel” is a different spelling.

    They work as guides in Dhofar which is cool during the Khareef (Look that up) and I went there during the Dubai summer. I hired some to take me on a tour of Job’s Tomb.

    What would you know?

    I’m sure you’ve never been overseas.

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  67. @Dorian

    “There will be no nuclear exchange in the Middle East.”

    In your subjective opinion, that is.

    “How could there be?”

    Very simple; in desperation, someone resorts to nukes, for example.

    “Are the US going to expose their own troops to radiation?”

    First, you have to define “US”? What exactly is “US”? If by “US” you mean the criminal enterprise masquerading as the US “government”, then I have some bad news for you: the “US government” doesn’t give a damn about “the troops.”

    “Are the US going to destroy their only large source of oil?”

    You could also ask questions like: Are the US going to assassinate their own president (JFK)? Are the US going to conspire with Israel to try to sink their own ship (USS Liberty)? Are the US going to conspire with Israel to destroy the WTC towers and blame it on “Arabs”? Are the US going to destroy their only dollar? Are the US going to trash their own constitution? And on and on ad nauseum.

    “While the US keeps its troops in the Middle East, nuclear war is not only averted…”

    ROTFL! Apparently you’re not a student of history.

    • Agree: ChuckOrloski
  68. Re; Misleading WWII jingle, “Over here, Over There!,” EliteComminc opined: “I can only echo my disappointment that Pres. trump has yet to clearly define what we are doing there and more untangle us from these regions.”

    Stealthily lurking beneath what evil the administration commits “over there,” I inquire, what the hell is Zionist President Trump doing here?

    Fyi, the ZUSA debt has now added another trillion, reference report below, and there’s still a “blank check” to intensify the GWOT deception. WTF?

    Selah, uh, Secretary Alfred E. Neumann, Mad Magazine, selah, “What, me worry?”

    https://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/terence-p-jeffrey/fy-2018-debt-1271158167127

  69. @Jeff Stryker

    [Too many comments, too many of them off-topic. Provide fewer and more relevant comments if you want them published.]

  70. Anon[424] • Disclaimer says:
    @The Alarmist

    Gavin Williamson , minister of the war in England , sold kitchens and china , before
    being minister of war https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gavin_Williamson , he is an oportunistic incompetent minister of the war .

    What can do 800 english troops in norway ? freeze their ass , maybe they can sell kitchens to the skimos . They can go skripal their queen , already 63 years in the throne , the longest dictator on earth .

    Another ugly english idiot .

    • Replies: @Andrei Martyanov
  71. @Jeffery Cohen

    [Too many comments, too many of them off-topic. Provide fewer and more relevant comments if you want them published.]

  72. A suggestion in another article by Paul Craig Roberts suggests Ron Unz run for president. With Unz for president, Roberts for VP, Phil Giraldi as Secretary of State, Pat Buchanan as Attorney General, and David Stockman as Treasury Secretary it would be a real Dream Team. True, they probably could not win, but these gentlemen would certainly blow the lid of secrecy off of the Deep State and knock some of the wind out of the sails of the necons, AIPAC, banksters, and associated lobbyists and cronies.

  73. @Anon

    What can do 800 english troops in norway ? freeze their ass , maybe they can sell kitchens to the skimos .

    They will deter Russians from going shopping to Norway. Albeit, the case could be made that shopping in Murmansk is better than the same in Kirkenes.

  74. Exorcist says: • Website

    This article is Bullshit.

    Nuclear Weapons never worked and are Jewish Fear Porn Lies and Bullshit.

    All the Test films were faked using Hollywood Special Effects at Lookout Mountain Laboratory.

    The Cold war was also a Jewish Hoax. The JewSSR cooperated with the JewSA and the Jewnited Kingdom to perpetuate the Hoax. I’m not talking about the ordinary people who were taken in by the Bullshit, but the (((Liars))) in the top etchelons of Banking, Politics, MSM and the Military.

    Loads of research confirming the Hoax on the Truth Zone Forum in the Science, Physics and Technology Section. Thread title : Nuclear Weapons are a Jewish Hoax like everything else.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
    , @ChuckOrloski
  75. The Mafia of big banks, big business, and big jews has infiltrated our government. Why wouldn’t they?

  76. FB says:
    @APilgrim

    This is true…the Fukushima meltdown is far worse than Chernobyl…perhaps hundreds, or even thousands of times more radioactivity released into the air and ocean, where they will be carried to every corner of the globe…

    In fact we do not even know how much radioactivity has been released…and it is still seeping out…it is a huge disaster that could affect the entire global population in a big way…

    The fact that we are being kept in the dark about Fukushima does not look good on these atomic ‘scientists’…

  77. @Michael7

    “No, actually, it’s not. Trump was in on it from the very beginning. In fact, both political parties are owned lock, stock and barrel by the same big money financiers…”

    Ergo, we won’t be voting our way out of this mess.

    • Replies: @Michael7
  78. PHIL, when’s a good time for the Americans to migrate to Canada or Mexico?

  79. peterAUS says:
    @Exorcist

    An excellent comment. Not for the reasons you posted here, but, the quality there is unmistakable.

    Could you, please, re:

    …..Nuclear Weapons never worked….

    Explain Hiroshima and Nagasaki?

    What REALLY happened there?

    I feel it would be interesting to see your take on that. Probably that “Loads of research” from “the Truth Zone Forum” could help there, heaps.

    The beauties of free speech……..

    • Replies: @Michael7
  80. @Exorcist

    In need of a demon purge, Exorcist said: “Nuclear Weapons never worked and are Jewish Fear Porn Lies and Bullshit.”

    Oh, (zigh), assume only ZUSA nukes failed to work on Japanese cities, & in addition, failure of the (Israeli-endorsed) 9/11 extraordinary explosive attacks upon the three (3) WTC towers????

    Refer to article below where Zionist France is aching for a good False Flag to blame upon Iran, and drop Big Ones!

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/france-moves-against-iran-over-bomb-plot-near-102151437.html

  81. @Greg Bacon

    to Greg Bacon

    Great comments!

    That seems to be a common thread in modern economies. The governments (gangsters) borrow through inflation to finance their military buildup for war. Then conquer the loot – territory, oil, other natural resources, control of commerce and banking. It makes war look like a leveraged buyout, and it makes slaves of the people by sticking them with the debt.

  82. FB says:
    @AnonFromTN

    Where does this information come from…?…I can’t form any possible favorable impression of this Munchkin clown…

    • Replies: @AnonFromTN
  83. “The emotional description of disrespecting “neighbors, borders and sovereign rights” fits the U.S. and Israel to a “T” rather than Iran.”

    An obvious understatement. The yidnicks are hellbent on WAR!!! The obedience of their American puppets is without limit, apparently.

  84. A powerful indictment of the Forever At War State. Something has to be done, and soon. These people are delusional – totally insane. I’ve never heard of anyone anywhere going off the deep end as quick as Donald Trump.

  85. Moi says:
    @Daniel Rich

    Namrata (aka Nikki), despite her conversion to Christianity, is a India-loving Sikh at heart. She loves the right-wing, Muslim-hating Indian prime minister and hates all Muslims. The India and Israel are particularly close at this time.

    • Replies: @renfro
    , @druid
  86. Moi says:
    @jilles dykstra

    Why pity the people–they elected the lout.

  87. @Anonymous

    Iran supports Hamas and Hezbollah but these are not global terrorist organizations. They only threaten Israel.

    Unless you call defending themselves (against Israel aggression) and winning as they did in 2006, Hamas and Hezbollah DO NOT threaten Israel. But you see that’s Israel’s big problem – not being able to invade neighboring countries at will. Now they’re really in a fix. They boxed-in from the north by Hezbollah defense forces in Lebanon, while being blocked-in by Hezbollah assisted Syrian forces from the east. The messianic dream of a Greater Israel has never looked more hopeless, and that, my friend is what really chaps their ass.

  88. If Washington and Wall Street think things are tough now, just wait until the dollar loses it’s status as the world’s reserve currency. Which, if Trump continues on his current sanctions roll, will happen much quicker than most people think.

  89. @FB

    For example:

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-04-11/mnuchin-stands-by-report-advising-against-russia-debt-sanctions-jfvca6iz

    More on sanctioning Russia:

    https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/sm480

    Senators and Congressmen, because of their dismally low mental powers, do not understand the “complexities” that even the US Treasury sees. In this context “complexity” means that the US with its short-sighted sanctions is often shooting itself in the foot, even though the Treasury does not express it in so many words.

  90. @Ronald Thomas West

    …or Turkey who’s incurred Washington’s righteous indignation for basically the same reasons. Then there’s India who’s also in the process of purchasing the S-400.

  91. As usual the unhinged Global Leftist cry disarm Americans before you cause Armageddon.
    Why aren’t they trying to influence Emperor Xi or former KGB Putin or Muslim Iran to stop their annexing countries, butchery, closing half the Pacific to other countries and so on.
    If it were not for the US and our arsenal you twerps from UK or wherever would perhaps be in a Siberian work camp to speak.
    Make no mistake that China and Russia is coming for you and apparently Islam has already conquered you. How long before you have to recite Allah is Great or face beheading.
    Your streets are unsafe and your taxes sky high and you have no rights, to defend yourself or speak your conscience or freely.
    Nuclear bombs: better pray the US regains what Alien Obama did tour Militaary and we dominate so the Huns and Visigoths and Muslims are kept at bay.

  92. @Jeff Stryker

    Do Americans have any say in what their masters do?

    • Replies: @Jeff Stryker
  93. anonymous[294] • Disclaimer says:
    @FB

    My reply to that joker, applies to you too. See above.

    I take it you despise Islamic head-choppers? Good. But, do you like the Whitey Christian baby-slaughterers?

  94. @LondonBob

    Every president is at some point set down and made to watch a re-run of the Zapruder film. That’s why Zapruder, a trusted Jew was present to document the event. They always do it.

    • Replies: @LondonBob
  95. @Moi

    Indeed, but, as a USA friend said ‘choosing between Tweedledum and Tweedledoo’.
    Trump is the first political outsider elected since when ?
    Cannot remember that something similar happened before in the USA.
    As with us Baudet, also a political outsider, just elected into parliament, wrote yesterday ‘this is the era of the greatest political upheaval ever, the nation state against globalism’.
    Trump ended his UN speech with ‘God bless the nations of this world’.

    For the few who can read German

    https://kenfm.de/rainer-mausfeld-warum-schweigen-die-laemmer/

    So z.B. bei Wörtern wie „Globalisierung“ oder „freie Märkte“, welche der desorientierten Bevölkerung als naturgegebene Phänomene verkauft werden, um über das in ihrer neoliberalen Interpretation verankerte Recht des Stärkeren hinwegzutäuschen.

    The more or less same statement

  96. Art says:
    @Laugh Track

    I guess my question(s) to Mr. Giraldi, whose analysis I respect, would be what weight he assigns to Iran in supporting terrorism in the Middle East or elsewhere? What portion of blame should be attributed to Shi’a Muslims and what portion to Sunnis? Who are more mischievous, Iranian backed militias such as Hezbollah, or Sunni formations such as Al Qaeda or ISIS?

    Two points — first it is clear that local Shia are defending themselves and other minorities in the ME. Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon, and Syria are countries that are made up of minorities. They are being attacked by well-funded rogue Sunni factions (Al Qaeda and ISIS). Defense is always moral.

    The US government is being manipulated into a religious war by the Jews. Trump is jumping into a religious confrontation with both feet. Sunni vs. Shia is not our business. Jews vs. Muslims is not our business.

    Think Peace — Art

    p.s. Let us get real — how many Israeli nukes are pointed at Iran — answer – 100? How many Iran nukes are pointing at Israel — answer – ZERO!

  97. renfro says:
    @Duncan

    Haley strikes me a the most unhinged.
    I don’t know what her deal is.

    Her deal is she thinks the Jews are going to make her the first female Hindi Indian President of the US .
    Uber Jew Adelson has been funding her political campaigns from the beginning . Adelson was also the largest campaign contributor to Trump.
    The way things are going its entirely possible, we had Obama financed by the Chicago liberal Jews, now we have Trump financed by the right wing Jews.

    https://lobelog.com/nikki-haley-neocon-heartthrob/

    Not coincidentally, however, neocon hopes may lie as well with the generous political funding provided to Haley by Sheldon Adelson, the GOP’s and Trump’s single biggest donor.

    Between May and June, 2016, Sheldon Adelson contributed $250,000 to Haley’s 527 political organization, A Great Day, funds that she used to target four Republican state senate rivals in primaries. (Only one was successfully defeated.) Adelson was the largest contributor to her group, which raised a total of $915,000.

    Perhaps Adelson gained an unusual interest in South Carolina’s state senate, but it seems more likely the investment was a show of support for Haley’s hawkish pro-Israel positions. Adelson, who is also the largest donor to the extreme right-wing Zionist Organization of America (ZOA), has long pushed stridently anti-Iran positions, suggesting in late 2013 that Washington detonate a nuclear weapon in Iran’s territory unless Tehran complied with demands that it completely abandon its nuclear program.”

  98. peterAUS says:

    Re article, likely scenario:

    Trump orders a launch (seen something like that, twice, so far….) on Iran.

    My take: Iran doesn’t retaliate, in any way.

    Trump orders another one, stronger, say, month later.
    Iran, the same.

    What happens in the next couple of months after that would be interesting.

    BTW, the rest of the players issue strong statements.
    Very strong. Earth shattering….words.

  99. renfro says:
    @Laugh Track

    Are the various terror attacks in the UK and in Europe by Islamists more due to Iranian influence or Sunni influence?

    Start with ALQ and OBL, they were Sunni, hard core religious Sunni, that even objected to Sunni Saudi as too liberal and influenced by the west.
    Skip to 911, they were also Sunni.
    Skip to ISIS, also Sunni and recruited and financed by Saudi, supported covertly by Israel and then joined by the US.

    Then as to terrorist attacks you have to figure in the MEK, a Iranian terrorist group who wants to over throw Iran so they can rule. The MEK was formerly on the US terrorist list but were removed from the list so they would be free to operate against Iran and also Syria in cooperation with Israel and Saudi.
    John Bolton and the (((usual suspects))) in congress led the move to delist the MEK as a terrorist group.

    We know that both Israel and the MEK have assassinated a dozen or so Iranians and Iranian scientist.
    So Israel and the MEK are way ahead of the Shiites and everyone else in the ME in terrorism.

    • Replies: @druid
  100. It’s not that Bolton doesn’t come to terms with reality, that he doesn’t grasp it. The ziocons create their own version of it and dictate policies from that point of view.

    BTW, the MEK also killed at least three Americans.

  101. APilgrim says:

    Obama was OWNED by the Nuclear Power Industry.

    The Obama EPA eliminated all hope of federal decontamination of nuclear sites.

    There will be no future response to nuclear accidents.

  102. renfro says:
    @Jeff Stryker

    The US was not affected by Lebanon

    You make comments on things you know nothing about. American taxpayers were certainly affected by the Israel war on Lebanon in 2006. We had to help pay for the oil spills caused by Israel deliberately bombing oil facilities.

    U.S. completes oil spill clean up in Lebanon
    Reportfrom US Agency for International Development
    Published on 12 Jan 2007
    WASHINGTON, DC – The United States Government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and in consultation with the Lebanese Ministry of Environment, completed a project to clean up over 68 miles of shoreline reaching from Byblos to Enfeh. This effort was required as a result of an oil spill that took place during the recent conflict and it focused on areas of high economic importance including commercial harbors, public beaches, and several historic sites.
    As a result of the USAID-funded project, more than 36,000 bags of oil contaminated waste were collected and more than 220 local laborers, including fishermen, were hired and trained to perform critical clean up functions. In addition, local businesses were used to provide and operate heavy equipment, and also to supply support services. Those trained also now possess a valuable skill and will be able to serve as experienced responders for future oil spill operations in Lebanon and internationally

    Israel, being the destroyer and ultimate parasite of the world has yet to pay a dime for their deliberate targeting and bombing of the oil facilities.

    UN General Assembly asks Israel to pay Lebanon over $850 million for oil spill during 2006 war
    By EDITH M. LEDERER Associated Press
    December 19, 2014 —
    UNITED NATIONS — The U.N. General Assembly overwhelmingly approved a resolution Friday asking Israel to pay Lebanon over $850 million in damages for an oil spill caused by an Israeli air force attack on oil storage tanks during its war with Hezbollah in July 2006

    • Replies: @Jeff Stryker
  103. @renfro

    And lest we forget…

    https://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/26/us/politics/26haley.html

    Scandal Rattles Politics in South Carolina, Again

    Virginia may be for lovers, but sultry South Carolina is beginning to earn a reputation as the state for extramarital madness.

    This state was just starting to shake off the embarrassing spectacle of Gov. Mark Sanford, who is limping out of office after admitting to an affair last year, giving late-night hosts a new laugh line with his initial cover-up: that he had been hiking on the Appalachian Trail.

    But now, one of Mr. Sanford’s political allies — who is a top contender to succeed him — finds herself embroiled in a possible sex scandal of her own.

    Only two weeks before a highly competitive Republican primary for governor, the candidate, State Representative Nikki Haley, has been hit by charges, leveled by one of her supporters, that she had an “inappropriate physical relationship” with him three years ago.

    On Tuesday the supporter, Will Folks, a blogger and political consultant, promised to document claims that he had had a relationship with Ms. Haley.

    • Replies: @renfro
  104. PAX Judaica at any costs (for USA,world??)….”taking down 3 countries in 5yrs..” (WClark). The USA fighting close to 5wars in the MEast and the CBO just added another $1.5 trillion to the national debt..Israel had declared itself a rogue (apartheid) nation above and beyond the RULE of laws (any laws, even divine laws), and had IT the audacity to declare that the Israeli Knesset is not obligated to obey, honor, any international laws, treaties, pacts, agreements or otherwise emanating from the UN,ICC, LaHaye, EU and not even from the USA…on the other hand the Knesset, following their deranged “chosen people” myths, fictional religious narrative had declared that IT can, and will legislate for (Israel,palestine,arabs) and the REST of the world. The USA must learnt from History, an empire can not be ruled by religious folklore, the Romans never allowed the Talmud to dictate its policies. Napoleon (Hitler) paid the price of painful defeat trying to fight many silmultaneous WARS..overextending its human,financial, military, resources. The USA will paid the price of following blindly the desires and designs of the international Zionists, that only care about Israel, and pretend this irrational, insane, campaign to exterminate the palestinais/arabs/muslims/Christian peoples that make up 99% of local/regional populations and the world…WARS are NO longer fought with spears, arrows…today wars are waged with Thermonuclear weapons of world mass planetary destruction…will REASON prevail over religious Talmudic folklore myths…???? There never was a country of Israel…the Romans destroy the jewish TRIBES and sent them into exile,(that’s History, the will of God) the USA can not reverse 3Kyrs of History..Violently…

  105. @renfro

    Aware, renfro wrote: “Adelson, who is also the largest donor to the extreme right-wing Zionist Organization of America (ZOA), has long pushed stridently anti-Iran positions…,”

    Surprise, renfro! It costs Sheldon Adelson a mere $55 million to help staunch Zionist- Republicans keep control of Congress after the midterm “elections.” Refer to Haaretz article below?

    https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/.premium-report-casino-billionaire-adelson-gives-gop-55-million-for-midterms-1.6493871

    A question for Philip Giraldi: How much is Congress worth to you?

    • Replies: @renfro
  106. Iris says:

    Another great article from Mr Giraldi, a courageous intellectual who deserves much respect for his integrity and insight.

    Current events support the analysis made in this article.

    PM Netanyahu has just given another bellicose show at the UN, using the cartoonish displays inspired by his loathing of goyim intelligence. This time, he tried to sell a third-hand story about precision-guided missiles being stored by Hezbollah in a warehouse near Beirut Airport

    Netanyahu has openly threatened Lebanon in front of a global audience, so he must have US support to do so.

    The Lebanese are a furious and interpret Israel’s targeting of the country’s main airport as a preparation for future sanctions and targeting of their country.

    • Replies: @Z-man
  107. renfro says:
    @LondonBob

    then again maybe Trump does have too many connections to Jewish organised crime groups coming out of the FSU, maybe they do have something on him because it is hard to explain otherwise. Campaign $ doesn’t quite explain it to me.

    Trumps connections to Jewish organized crime (thru the Kushner connection ) thru his real estate deals has been evidenced enough to make that a slam dunk….whether he ever gets hauled into some court over it remains to be seen…..so far none of the Jewish Russian oligarchs that funded his deals with laundered money have squealed on him. Although 3 Jew Mafioso connected to Kushner deals were arrested last year for money laundering.

    I think this is the main hold they have on him…he would be ruined forever and in the poor house if one of the Jew mafia came forward and said Trump was aware that the money for his real estate was laundered dirty money.

    BTW…NY passed laws several years ago specifically for RE deals, making the wheeler dealers responsible for ‘due diligence’ in certifying they are not accepting laundered money.

  108. @Mike P

    Janet Black: Doctor Manhattan as you know the Doomsday Clock is a symbolic clock face analogizing humankind’s proximity to extinction, midnight representing the threat of nuclear war. As of now it stands at four minutes to midnight. Would you agree that we are that close to annihilation?

    Dr. Manhattan: My father was a watch maker. He abandoned it when Einstein discovered time is relative. I would only agree that a symbolic clock is as nourishing to the intellect as photograph of oxygen to a drowning man.

    • Agree: Mike P
  109. @jilles dykstra

    How interested is your government in your wellbeing?

  110. renfro says:
    @Anonymous

    From where I sit, it looks like ‘the Swamp’ is holding a gun to his head.

    The US President has a bigger gun then anyone—its called the ‘ Bully Pulpit’.

    If we ever get a President who uses it in an televised address to the public and names names and deeds and threats and bribes by all those everywhere who use money and threats to control US policy and politicians and further enumerates all the disastrous events both domestic and foreign this has caused and the cost to Americans—-then IT WOULD ALL BE OVER….except for the hangings.

    But decent, honest and real patriots of good character don’t serve in politics any longer because our system is so filthy and corrupt. So here we are.

    • Replies: @Carroll Price
  111. renfro says:
    @Moi

    Namrata (aka Nikki), despite her conversion to Christianity, is a India-loving Sikh at heart. She loves the right-wing, Muslim-hating Indian prime minister and hates all Muslims. The India and Israel are particularly close at this time.

    More true than 90% of the people here know.

  112. Michael7 says:
    @Stonehands

    Ergo, we won’t be voting our way out of this mess.

    That’s the sad truth. The people who control the currency have the power to dictate government policy. Both parties are subservient to the same lobbyists and special interest groups. Trump’s USMCA is just a reworking of NAFTA, similar to how TrumpCare is just a reworking of ObamaCare. Ever notice how nothing significant ever changes in Washington, no matter who is *elected* president? I mean the real important stuff such as shutting down the Federal Reserve, reigning in Wall Street and the central banks, putting a stop to all the unjust wars, etc. It’s always the same.

    The media’s current job is to spin everything Trump is set on doing as though it were a potential national crisis, yet that’s just a role they’re playing to make it appear as though there’s this great power struggle going on. Nothing could be further from the truth. Take a good look at the deep state cronies Trump has appointed to his administration. Bolton. Pompeo. Haspel. Does that sound like “draining the swamp” to you? Don’t hold your breath waiting for Trump to bring our troops home, legitimately reinvestigate 9/11 or go after Hillary Clinton because it’s never going to happen. This rogue government is going out of its way to weaponize the dollar and instigate another unjust war.

    • Replies: @Stonehands
  113. renfro says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    Thanks..,Hadn’t seen that before.

  114. Josecanuc says:
    @Ilyana_Rozumova

    
    Why?
    According to Hunter S. Thompson, Journalist during Vietnam War -
    “America is a nation of 220 (now 330) million used care salesmen who have no qualms about going around the world and bombing and killing anyone they feel like.”

  115. @Dorian

    The US exposed its own troops and civilian populations during nuclear tests, and exposed all of New York City to toxic chemicals for months when it illegally demolished the World Trade Center. The government has no problem at all with losing 40,60,80 million of its own citizens in a nuclear war. Nor does any government. It’s the age of delusions.

  116. renfro says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Yep.
    And he’ll probably give even more to keep Trump in.

    Would you believe that once years ago I wrote to Dem house leader inquiring how much it would take to buy the Dems back from the Jewish Fifth Column?
    I did indeed do that…..but I never got a answer …..wonder why?….lol

    Guess now I will have to inquire of the Repubs what their asking price is for a buyout of the Jews.
    I doubt I will get a response this time either.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  117. Z-man says:
    @Iris

    The Lebanese are – furious and interpret Israel’s targeting of the country’s main airport as a preparation for future sanctions and targeting of their country.

    As I recall the Zionists attacked the country’s main airport back in the mid 1960′s, before the Six Day War. The French should take more action to protect their former colony, but wait what am I saying, as I smack my forehead, the French are as owned as the Brits and the Americans.

    • Agree: Iris
  118. Michael7 says:
    @peterAUS

    Explain Hiroshima and Nagasaki?

    What REALLY happened there?

    They were firebombed, same as Tokyo and Dresden. Both Hiroshima and Nagasaki were shanty towns, easily set aflame. They served the US government’s aim to propagandize and project this unprecedented power upon other countries. Since the Zionist bankers were in full control of both the US and Russian governments, it enabled them to stage the phony Cold War, in order to instill fear and paranoia into people, and this psychological warfare continues to this day. As a direct result, this has fostered a sort of psychological segregation between Americans and Russians, even though as Christian-dominant cultures we would otherwise be natural allies, as we were once prior to the Bolshevik Revolution.

    There’s ample research material out there that exposes the whole nuke psy op. I understand that the book Death Object: Exploding the Nuclear Weapons Hoax by Akio Nakatani covers a lot of relevant material.

    • Agree: Mike P
  119. annamaria says:
    @steinbergfeldwitzcohen

    The dirty tricks of “the most moral” and “the most exceptional” against their own citizenry: http://theduran.com/uk-and-us-now-overtly-honor-al-qaeda/ “UK and US Now Overtly Honor Al Qaeda”

    “These US-Saudi-Israeli-allied proxy fundamentalist-Sunni-jihadist boots-on-the-ground do the actual dirty-work of killing people for their sponsoring aristocracies. In this particular instance the executioners are al-Nusra itself, which is Syria’s Al Qaeda branch, and in that video they have eliminated yet another person that the US and UK aristocracies want to be eliminated. The great independent investigative journalist Vanessa Beeley has written numerous articles providing detailed documentation of how US and UK billionaires have funded the propaganda selling throughout the world the campaign to overthrow Syria’s Government. Though the invading countries call this a ‘civil war’ in Syria, it’s actually a war that wouldn’t even exist but for the work, since 2009, of CIA and MI6 and those others from Western ‘democracies’, which are making suckers of their own nations’ citizens — Americans, British, and citizens of the other invading countries — via their lying ‘news’-media…

    A US State Department document dated 22 October 2010 — prior to the “Arab Spring” — and sent to all US Embassies in the Arab world, funneled funds to the Muslim Brotherhood and other “moderate Islamists” who sought regime-change…” https://gulfnews.com/news/mena/libya/us-document-reveals-cooperation-between-washington-and-brotherhood-1.1349207

    The blatant criminality: “…finding non-jihadists to take down Assad was proving to be far more difficult than had been anticipated. Creating a Syrian civil war was then just a hope, and, “the idea ‘hypothetically’ is to commit guerrilla attacks, assassination campaigns, try to break the back of the Alawite forces, elicit collapse from within.”

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
    , @tac
  120. annamaria says:

    The well-paid Jewish/American thug is happy to break all and any international laws: http://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semper_tyrannis/2018/10/our-enduring-presence-ttg.html
    “Special Representative for Syria Engagement, Ambassador James Jeffrey, openly intervened into Syria’s internal affairs by threatening it with sanctions the US would impose if it Syria did not align its domestic laws with Washington’s instructions. According to him, the US would work with countries in Europe, Asia and the Middle East to impose tough international sanctions in circumvention of the UN Security Council if Syria’s government failed to cooperate on rewriting the country’s constitution as a prelude to elections. “We will make it our business to make life as miserable as possible for that flopping cadaver of a regime and let the Russians and Iranians, who made this mess, get out of it,” he warned.”

    – Who are the parents of that bloody moral cadaver James Jeffrey? What synagogue was instrumental in raising that kind of subhuman fifth?

  121. APilgrim says:

    The four (4) nuclear reactor explosions at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (FDNPS), were substantially due to defective General Electric containment designs.

    Oh, and GE was the Prime Contractor for the FDNPS Unit-1, which was the 1st reactor to explode, with 100% loss of containment in the Japan 311 disaster.

    ALL General Electric Mark-I Nuclear Reactor containment systems should be permanently removed from service. Germany immediately removed their GE Mark-I systems from service, following the four (4) containment failures in Japan. The USA should do the same. IMHPO

    • Replies: @annamaria
  122. peterAUS says:
    @Michael7

    I see.

    Well written down, coherent, civil.
    More importantly, second of the type in just one comments thread on this site.

    While we are on the topic, how would you, please, explain all those nuclear tests?
    Say, that Bikini one with the Fleet there? I seem to remember watching (then classified) effects of that very weapon on ships, even on animals caged there.

    And, well, what about all those weapons around the world? You know….what’s really in the warheads of all those ICBMs, medium-rangers, cruisers, B-52 and the rest payloads…all the way to nuclear artillery munitions for field artillery?

    Awaiting, with great interest, your explanation.
    Or anybody else’s, for that matter. The topic appears to be drawing your ….well…..co-thinkers? here.

    Getting interesting.

    Last but not the least, my compliments, again, to the owner and the mods.
    A person can find something useful in this “virtual” place for sure about the world we live in and people around us. Later in particular.

    • Replies: @Michael7
  123. @renfro

    renfro figured: “Guess now I will have to inquire of the Repubs what their asking price is for a buyout of the Jews.”

    Hey renfro!

    Above, your wheeler-dealer proposition to “buyout the Jews,” a no-go…, lol, but I do not recommend that.

    Supply side (populist) Zionist “Repubs” will be upset with you for cutting into their action. In contrast, globalist Zio “Repubs” will be pissed at you for trying to interrupt the free-flow of Goldman Sachs Group’s marketplace ideas. lol? (Zigh)

    Good night, renfro, and go with the Mercy.

    Selah, a Talmud announcement: Come November, selah, fifty (50) pieces of Bethlehem “Sands Casino” silver for anyone who votes Republican!

    • Replies: @gsjackson
  124. Flavius says:
    @Realist

    So true: the beautiful theory of Trump destroyed by one ugly little fact. Still, almost certainly better than the Hildabeast. Bad news slightly mitigated by who would have been worse news. On the other hand, who will be the next in line? Is there a worst waiting in the wings?

  125. Z-man says:
    @Michael7

    Your nuclear weapons hoax narrative is nonsensical but this part of your text is a pearl:

    Since the Zionist bankers were in full control of both the US and Russian governments, it enabled them to stage the phony Cold War, in order to instill fear and paranoia into people, and this psychological warfare continues to this day. As a direct result, this has fostered a sort of psychological segregation between Americans and Russians, even though as Christian-dominant cultures we would otherwise be natural allies, as we were once prior to the Bolshevik Revolution.

    I’ve said it many times and I believe Donald Trump believes this also is that Russia and America are natural allies. Constant turmoil or even war between Christian Russia and nominally Christian America is the Satanic Neocon’s wet dream.

  126. Anon[436] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jeffery Cohen

    Conceded, you make a point about Israel’s reason for fear if Russia doesn’t keep the Shia countries restrained (including Iraq, Lebanon and Syria for practical purposes).

  127. APilgrim says:
    @Michael7

    Michael-7 is a pfhuckin maroon. (sic)

  128. @annamaria

    Broken Scranton, Pa, greetings, annamaria!

    Speaking respectfully & quite certain you are aware of the “Oded Yinon Plan,” you might want to rethink the assessment about creating civil war in Syria as “just a hope.”

    Please refer below to a You Tube video presentation, and Israel Shahak? Thank you, my Sister!

    • Replies: @annamaria
  129. @Moi

    Your comment is rather disingenuous. A great many people rejected Hillary as much as they elected Trump and most of those who favoured Trump did so because he promised to end the wars, bring the troops home and, most of all, to create jobs to MAGA.

    • Replies: @Moi
  130. KenH says:

    First of all Trump and his shiny new coterie of neocohens grossly overstate the threat Iran poses to the region. Even if their claims were true Israel and the U.S. only have themselves to blame since Saddam’s Iraq that we invaded and destroyed was the counterweight to Iran.

    Reading transcripts of Trump’s U.N. speech was deja vu all over again and somewhere deep in the heart of Texas Dubya is smiling very widely. Rather than a humble, non-interventionist foreign policy that Trump hinted he would bring on the campaign trail we’re getting George W. Bush’s third term and neocohen threats and saber rattling against multiple nations.

    It’s obvious that Bibi and Israel’s wishes are Trump’s command. He’d probably jump off of the Trump tower if they asked him to.

    I voted for Trump but I’m not a cultist and MAGA tard and will criticize him and in this case it’s richly deserved and he’s betraying us. Bigly.

  131. @annamaria

    I agree with your assessment.
    Obama was a tool of the war party (R2Pers, Tel Aviv Likudniks, Neo-cohens).
    People put hope in him and were disappointed.
    Trump seems to be following a similiar trajectory.
    It is .much easier to destroy from the inside than the outside.
    100 years of feminism, political correctness, etc ad nauseum. Jews 1 America 0
    Absolutely disgusting.
    All I can say is: Hell awaits these people and I cannot even begin to express my gratitude for being a white Northern European who practices a moral religion. It is easy to confuse hate with righteous anger. What I have seen Jews and their traitorous accomplices do over the last 100years is mind- numbing. Satan/Lucifer/Baal/Moloch has a face: Killary, obomber,chertoff,Cheney,Bibi boy, begin, Cameron, merkle, etc. Hating evil is righteous and the level of evil is rising.
    Prayers and thanks to Giraldi and all truth tellers on Unz.

  132. @Michael7

    You’re 100 percent on point.
    Adelson controls the Republicans;
    Soros the Dems.

    In America the entity that looks like the government does not run the country. The country is run by the FED which was bought by Rockefeller, Morgan and Schiff from Wilson in 1913.

    These things ought to be taught in American schools. Instead they teach yoga and advanced sexology- perfect tools for the stupification of the human mind.

    • Replies: @Michael7
  133. @Anon

    What bothers Zionist the most is acquiring control of a country and losing it. Which was the case with Iran, Russia (kicked out by Putin), Cuba, Venezuela and a few other South American countries. Although they never had total control of Turkey, they’re now on the way to being kicked out of that country, and you can expect others to follow suit.

  134. gsjackson says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    “Supply side (populist) Zionist Repubs”

    Don’t know if this quite parses. Two of the most prominent supply siders, PCR and the late Jude Wanniski, became very conspicuously anti-Zionist. Well, on second thought, maybe it does — George Gilder, Jack Kemp, Robert Bartley are/were whores for Israel. But I wouldn’t say that supply side theory came from the fount of Jewish subversion, like Milton Friedman’s neoliberalism did.

    • Agree: ChuckOrloski
  135. @renfro

    Although not a president, senator Joe McCarthy did that very thing and look where it got him. Julian and Ethel Rosenberg who were both executed as traitors for providing Russia with the atomic bomb formula are more popular with the American public than Joe McCarthy ever was.

  136. @jilles dykstra

    Since Germany itself had no access to crude oil and no coal mines to speak of Hitler took his half of Poland to acquire Poland’s coal supply he knew he’s need in a war being pushed on him by England and the United States.

  137. @Duncan

    I don’t know what her deal is.

    Apparently you’ve never been married to a woman.

  138. Uncle Sam says:
    @jilles dykstra

    America is not going to get into a war with Iran. The American military would revolt because they know how catastrophic it would be. Thousands of American air and naval personnel would die.

    I think Trump has enough sense to know that a war with Iran would destroy his presidency, which indeed it would.

    • Replies: @APilgrim
    , @Anon
  139. @ploni almoni

    During Vietnam they revolted against the military draft. So yes, nobody has to go to war. The military is all volunteer.

    Occasionally blacks in the inner-cities have rioted and caused the National Guard to be activated as well.

    So it is not a dictatorship like Iran where millions of males were forced into the war with Iraq-I knew a few deserters in the Philippines who’d been there for 20 years.

    Nor can a President shoot drug users like the Philippines.

  140. @renfro

    The taxpayer was affected when Marcos had to be evacuated in 1986 to Hawaii during the revolution and put up there in splendor at the taxpayers expense for the rest of his life.

    But no US soldier lost their life in Lebanon after the Embassy Bombing in 1983. Reagan simply withdrew troops and that was the end of that.

    • Replies: @renfro
  141. Will we get a warning before we are anhilated? Like Paul Revere’s “The Israel-firsters are coming!”

    Americans brace for texts straight from Trump – with no chance to opt-out

    https://www.rt.com/usa/440130-us-presidential-alert-test/

    On Wednesday, every mobile phone in the US will receive a message from President Donald Trump, and the only way to stop it is to switch it off (or flee into the wilderness). Although three people want a court to shield them.
    Strangely enough, the message will have nothing to do with politics. Instead, it’s a test of a nationwide “presidential alert”, a system that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) intends to use in case of a crisis affecting the entire nation. Like an imminent nuclear missile blast – the Hawaiians have a lot to say about it.

    • Replies: @itchyvet
  142. annamaria says:
    @APilgrim

    Agree.
    “New York City, the nation’s most densely populated county, stands just 24 miles downwind from the Indian Point nuclear power plant…
    Last year, 600,000 gallons of boiling radioactive water escaped as steam through an open valve. In a separate incident an electric transformer exploded. The reactor’s cooling system has pushed nearby water temperatures up 15 degrees in the surrounding Hudson River on several occasions, causing massive fish kills.”

    https://insideclimatenews.org/news/20110502/experts-divided-over-safety-indian-point-nuclear-power-plant

    “In the past year [2016] alone there have been a number of mishaps at Indian Point, including a power failure in the reactor core, a transformer fire, an alarm failure, and the escape of radiated water into groundwater. “It’s a disaster waiting to happen and it should be shut down…” https://www.cbsnews.com/news/indian-point-nuclear-power-plant-called-a-disaster-waiting-to-happen/

  143. Anon[615] • Disclaimer says:
    @Uncle Sam

    What’s wrong with the US making it clear that, if Iran successfully tests a nuclear weapon or claims to have, it will be bombed until there is no chance of anything to do with its nuclear program surviving, however dispersed or far underground?

  144. Does Trump get equal billing with Benji the NutnYahoo? I think not so much. This week the pair took their x rated puppet show to Manhattan, and what a show it was. Trump did his best impersonation of a comedian, seriously just ask him, and Benji, he played the straight man. The question I have is; who was funnier? Who was funnier? Trump or the NutnYahoo? They could have copied Abbot and Costello’s, Who’s on first routine? I want to know, did Benji draw laughter too? Of course not that would be anti-Semitic laughing, a felony. Right? We can’t have that.
    It seems the GA’s burst of laughter, over Trump’s grade school like speech, wasn’t scripted or canned, it actually caught the poor bugger off guard, even prompting a psychic break of sorts. I mean that’s what it looked like to me. The old fart thought all were laughing with him, not at him. Does anyone think Treump believed what he said when he answered the reporter with; “No, actually they were laughing with me”. How could that be? Hell, he didn’t even tell a joke? Is this proof enough that Trump is delusional? Who laughed first, Trump or the gallery ? Did anyone notice if Benji was laughing? If not, it may be evidence he’s as buggy too. No, there’s no doubt about that, he’s gone too.
    Speaking of Benji, who was by far the funnier guy that day. Who does his writing, and where’d the lunatic get the fucking maps, and photos? Did he have them in some kind of clown pockets? I mean his character reminds of a carnival barker. At any second I expected spittle to fly from his big mouth and hit the camera lens. I mean the guys hilarious. Nothing will ever top his Acme bomb poster routine. He stole that from Wiley Coyote. and Wiley’s still waiting to get paid. The poor schmuck. But that was a few years ago, but you can’t say he ain’t trying. Today Benji the Yid’s working with brand new material.
    Though to the casual the goof ball flopped, I mean nobody laughed. But hey, give the poor schlepp credit, it takes some balls to rant on, and on about some mythical 300 tons of nuclear stuff, stashed in some slobs carpet warehouse, somewhere in downtown Tehran. I mean really, who the fuck weighed it all? Seriously guys, I want to meet the guy. Benjimim’s a hoot, the slobs a real crack up. Did his whole show straight face too. Though his humor’s a little dry, and at times he misses his cues, but give him time, the hack has promise. The next time those two appear in public we need first responders right there with straight jackets, and some heavy duty tranqs with plenty of water.
    Well, that’s it for now, I got to run, I’m late for the rodeo, it’s starting in a few minutes. Got good seats too, all compliments of uh, SCLC, or AIPAC.

  145. @jconsley

    Listen jconsley, the root of the problem is, “fractional reserve banking”. There was a time, (approx. 1500 years ago) when even the Christian Church disallowed the charging of interest. The Central Banks have set up the system to be a scam. It is debt slavery, and designed to bankrupt the ignorant, and corrupt the greedy. I suggest you read a couple of books. “The Creature From Jekyll Isle, and Web of Deceit. You can do it.

    • Replies: @jacques sheete
  146. @Jeff Stryker

    Stryker, you’re a complete dysfunctional moron, with a very low IQ, or you’re paid to sound as dumb as you are. Whatever it is, is too much.

    • Replies: @Jeff Stryker
  147. @LondonBob

    LondonBob say’s … “maybe Trump does have too many connections to Jewish organised crime groups coming out of the FSU”.
    I suggest you visit Veteranstoday.com, and pull out of Gordon Duff’s archives and watch video proof of Trumps connections to the Russian(jewish)mafia. It’s all there. In the late 80′s Trump’s Atlantic City casino was upside down, he was flat broke. You can hear him say it, you can watch his son brag about how much money was coming into Trumps coffers from Russia.
    It’ll take you 20 minutes.

  148. @APilgrim

    “Laughably stupid”

    This is why there is no longer a draft and the military is volunteer. See how many middle-class Jews or WASPS with Dad’s in the petroleum industry will sign up to be infantry in a war with Iran that drags on for 10 years and leaves 50,000 dead.

    If the poorer and more gullible Americans can be convinced that Iranians will parachute into Iowa swinging scimitars if they do not go to war with Iran than this will be their choice, in the opinion of the educated middle class.

    The cost of the war will send the US into second-world territory-Iraq nearly did. Bridges will collapse. Deficits will be so large that the US cannot borrow from China and the Fed Reserve will probably collapse again. The US will go into an atrocious recession.

    The left will take to the streets and protest non-stop. Wall Street will fall like a fart in a space suit.

    Crime will get much worse.

    r

    • Replies: @APilgrim
  149. @the grand wazoo

    I’ve spent much of my life in the Gulf and you’ve all of yours in some Podunk region or suburban cul-de-sac and probably never traveled-much less lived-outside your own country.

    But I don’t underestimate the gullibility of the GOP constituency’s prole-ish white base to be shanghaied by a Bush or Trump into voting for a war in Iran.

    This is why the Pentagon no longer has a draft-the middle-class whites will not bother to show up. You can be utterly sure that Jews will definitely volunteer for such a war.

    However the US might have to stage another 9-11-type atrocity to convince the rubes and hicks. You’d think that the white trashnationalists would catch on…they don’t.

  150. anonymous[294] • Disclaimer says:
    @Laugh Track

    Ok, it looks like I got too carried away with my earlier message (too much bloodshed of my “brothers and sisters”). Sorry, UR, PG. I will try and be more careful from now on.

    —–

    @Laugh Track, @FB

    Oh look!!, Sunni, Shia, terrorists, head-choppers…!!

    All you fellows can do is, obfuscate and deflect from the satanic deeds of the greatest terrorists this wretched world has ever known… the Whitey Christian/Jew baby-slaughterers… the “parents” of the evil head-chopping bastards.

  151. @Moi

    What fucking CHOICE was there? We came, we saw, he died? That kinda choice? Fuck that. I didn’t vote.

  152. renfro says:
    @Jeff Stryker

    You are really making me think you are Jewish Israel troll…..with your habit of responding with something that has nothing to do with the correction one makes to your erroneous statements.

    • Agree: Jeffery Cohen
  153. itchyvet says:
    @jilles dykstra

    Jilles, excellent comment. I have said myself for many years now, especially during the lead up to these HOAX elections all the time. Folks need to judge these people, not on what they say or promise, but on what they have done, achieved successfully. ACTIONS speak far louder than empty words, and from where I sit these days, most of the words emanating from the U.S. Government AND aspiring politicians are simply empty words.
    It amazes me, to see, time and time again, American citizens falling for the cow manure spouted by such people and expecting a different outcome this time around.

  154. itchyvet says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    Is this for real ??? What would be the point of it ? The way I understand nuclear blasts give of EMC instantly wiping out all electronics which includes mobile phones and all associated equipment ????
    Clearly, more fear mongering on behalf of the trumpf.

    • Replies: @APilgrim
  155. @Anon

    Israel first eh mr. An on?
    Bibi boy started telling the world of the Iranian bomb in the 90′s so stfu hymen. Lying POS.
    Besides Pakistan has one. The U.S. did a great job pushing them to the Russians/Chinese.
    So tell me. Now that tel Aviv runs d.c., what happens when the u.s. collapses. You moving to Ukraine? When d.c. runs outta dollars Israel is fucked. As in no lube but a large circle of Arabs. Do you think anyone would lift a finger to protect Israel from massive Arab rape? I think most would laugh. I will.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @RadicalCenter
  156. renfro says:

    https://www.seattletimes.com/nation-world/un-court-orders-us-to-lift-some-iran-sanctions/

    UN court orders US to lift some Iran sanctions

    Originally published October 3, 2018 at 2:07 am Updated October 3, 2018 at 3:53 am

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — The United Nations’ highest court on Wednesday ordered the United States to lift sanctions on Iran that affect imports of humanitarian goods and products and services linked to the safety of civil aviation.
    The ruling by the International Court of Justice is legally binding, but it remains to be seen if the administration of President Donald Trump will comply

    • Replies: @renfro
  157. renfro says:
    @renfro

    I doubt Trump will comply. I can envision the UN kicking the US out of its membership.
    Which would be good…..as a temporary measure….no more US vetos for Israel’s crimes.
    We would no doubt be re-admitted if and when we rid ourselves of our Fifth Column Izzies, our shadow government and get some uncorrupt politicians in congress and the WH.

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  158. annamaria says:
    @Anon

    “What’s wrong with the US making it clear that, if Iran successfully tests a nuclear weapon or claims to have it … it will be bombed?”

    – You mean, what’s wrong with the hate crimes and wars of aggression? — You know, the foundations of your shoah biz? Your tribe loves, loves the ongoing mass slaughter of civilians (including the tens of thousands of slaughtered children) in the Middle East.http://sn4hr.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/civilians-killed-2016.jpg
    Close your holo-museums already.

    The Israel-first parasites have a word for democracy: https://consortiumnews.com/2018/10/01/extremists-unite-to-diss-populism-as-threat-to-democracy/ by Caitlin Johnstone
    “In a conference at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, “Resistance” leader and professional left-puncher Neera Tanden met with Iraq-raping neocon Bill Kristol to discuss bipartisanship and shared values.”
    Neera Tanden: “… opposing authoritarianism, and opposing the kind of creeping populism that undermines democracy itself.”

    Caitlin Johnstone: “America’s two mainstream political parties agree furiously with one another on war, neoliberalism, Orwellian surveillance, and every other agenda which increases the power and profit of the plutocratic class which owns them both. The plutocrat-owned mass media plays up the differences between Democrats and Republicans to hysterical proportions, when in reality the debate over which one is worse is like arguing over whether a serial killer’s arms or legs are more evil.

    Neera Tanden and Bill Kristol are the same fucking person. They’re both toxic limbs on the same toxic beast, feeding the lives of ordinary people at home and abroad into its gaping mouth in service of the powerful. And populism, which is nothing other than support for the protection of common folk from the powerful, is the only antidote to such toxins. Saying populism undermines democracy is like saying democracy undermines democracy.”

    A bonus: Bolton, a committed Israel-firster and war criminal, is eager to slaughter another million or two of innocent civilians to please his Jewish benefactors. What’s wrong with the idiot Bolton, Anon [615]? :

    • Agree: Iris
    • Replies: @Z-man
  159. APilgrim says:

    Lying commie bastards and their God Damned Propaganda Clock.

    No relation to ACTUAL Nuclear Hazards.

    Pfhuckem!

  160. APilgrim says:
    @itchyvet

    EMP is vastly over rated, and over hyped.

    Easy to harden against Nuclear EMP.

    Example: Overhead neutral construction protects modern electrical power lines.

  161. annamaria says:
    @Anon

    The ziocon policies in Syria: http://thesaker.is/october-2-2018-iran-carries-out-missile-drone-strikes-on-isis-in-euphrates-valley/
    Comment section: “The US “coalition” forces had a base 3 miles from the IS base that was bombed. US spokesperson decried the [Iranian] attack on IS [Islamic State] claiming it was reckless.
    So, the group responsible for the carnage in Paris at the Bataclan, that is responsible for other terrorists attacks across Europe and the USA, because of which we are all supposed to accept a police state and total surveilence of our lives, had a base 3 miles away from US forces? And they call the people who killed the same terrorist group that has waged mayhem across Europe and America “reckless” for taking out the terrorist that were such good neighbors to the Americans. Really?”

    – The Jewish State wants the Golan Heights, by any means. The death of civilians in Syria (and the refugee-flooded EU), is of no concern for the “most victimized” and the “most moral.” The zionized US Congress jumps as high as ordered by the Lobby: https://freebeacon.com/national-security/congress-wants-recognition-israeli-sovereignty-golan-heights/
    Rep. Ron DeSantis (R., Fla.): “U.S. recognition of the Golan Heights is overdue…”

    Moreover: http://www.atimes.com/partition-syria-us-israel-eye-golan-heights-oil/
    “In November 2015, Afek Oil and Gas, a subsidiary of the US company Genie Energy, discovered an oil bonanza in the Golan Heights “with the potential of billions of barrels.” Genie Energy, boasting an advisory board studded with former US cabinet officials [including the bloody war criminal Dick Cheney], managed to obtain exploratory licenses despite opposition from environmental and local groups concerned that drilling could pollute the Golan countryside and the Sea of Galilee below, the source of most of Israel’s drinking water. However, the biggest problems revolve around the issue of sovereignty.

    Israel annexed much of the Golan in 1981, but it is still regarded internationally as illegally occupied Syrian territory. Israel’s leaders had previously offered to pull back from the Golan, which was captured in 1967, in return for a comprehensive peace treaty with the Syrian government. However, since Syria began disintegrating in 2011, there are efforts to demand recognition of Israeli control of the 1,200 square kilometers it occupies in the Golan Heights.”

    And why had “Syria began disintegrating in 2011?” — Thanks to the implementation of Oded Yinon plan, namely the illegal war of aggression and the US/NATO/Israeli support for the terrorists of ISIS and Al Qaeda against the sovereign state of Syria: https://thedailycoin.org/2017/01/29/syria-undeclared-us-nato-war-aggression-using-al-qaeda-terrorism-instrument-death-destruction/

  162. Michael7 says:
    @peterAUS

    Well written down, coherent, civil.
    More importantly, second of the type in just one comments thread on this site.

    Thanks. Using stuff like ad hominem attacks just isn’t my style. I prefer to discuss things in a rational, civilized manner.

    While we are on the topic, how would you, please, explain all those nuclear tests?
    Say, that Bikini one with the Fleet there? I seem to remember watching (then classified) effects of that very weapon on ships, even on animals caged there.

    In the earliest test footage, they would use Hollywood trickery in order to produce the desired effect, such as superimposing the brightness from a rising sun over an explosion of some sort. Contrast all that footage with the footage of the bomb being detonated over Japan and you’ll notice that there’s no bright flash. Later on, with stuff like the Bikini Atoll tests or in the Nevada desert, they would stack hundreds of tons of explosives and then detonate them simultaneously. Same with the underwater tests where you see a massive water geyser jettison into the air.

    And, well, what about all those weapons around the world? You know….what’s really in the warheads of all those ICBMs, medium-rangers, cruisers, B-52 and the rest payloads…all the way to nuclear artillery munitions for field artillery?

    They have some very powerful weaponry, no doubt, but nothing that’s going to annihilate an entire city in one shot. The MOAB (Mother of All Bombs) can take out pretty much anything within the radius of a mile. That’s a real bomb and it’s definitely a threat to any potential adversary. The issue comes with getting one of their big bombers through well protected airspace in order to reach their desired target.

    Awaiting, with great interest, your explanation.
    Or anybody else’s, for that matter. The topic appears to be drawing your ….well…..co-thinkers? here.

    Think about how useful the nuke psy op has been, particularly for Israel. How many of the neighboring countries would be willing to stage a full-on military attack against them, knowing that they would potentially be on the receiving end of a nuclear attack? Not many, right? So it allows Israel to act with impunity. But it’s all a bluff. They cannot annihilate their neighbors because nukes don’t exist.

    Last but not the least, my compliments, again, to the owner and the mods.
    A person can find something useful in this “virtual” place for sure about the world we live in and people around us. Later in particular.

    I don’t know. This seems to be a relatively open platform for all sorts of discussion. Some of the comments are ugly, some of it intelligently constructed and informative. The latter is what I’m interested in. Whenever sites with articles disallow comments, or have a tendency to censor specific points of interest, that is a big turn-off for me because it means that the site administrators want to create an echo chamber and are afraid to wage a rational debate about a given subject.

    Thanks for the reply.

  163. APilgrim says:
    @Jeff Stryker

    The Iran Caliphate could & should be evaporated in 5 seconds.

    The other Muhammadan caliphates should be vanished next.

    Iran could not survive a month of US conventional attacks.

    There will be no domestic strife in the USA.

    • Replies: @Jeff Stryker
  164. Michael7 says:
    @Stonehands

    You’re 100 percent on point.
    Adelson controls the Republicans;
    Soros the Dems.

    In America the entity that looks like the government does not run the country. The country is run by the FED which was bought by Rockefeller, Morgan and Schiff from Wilson in 1913.

    These things ought to be taught in American schools. Instead they teach yoga and advanced sexology- perfect tools for the stupification of the human mind.

    It is a travesty of epic proportions. Conservatives, mostly comprised of white Christians, are being taken for a ride and many of them don’t seem to realize it. Once all these people (finally) realize that they’ve been fooled, well… the political landscape will change drastically.

  165. @Ahoy

    Sostwtatos my friend …….Ahoy

  166. Anon[303] • Disclaimer says:
    @steinbergfeldwitzcohen

    I think you have got hold of the wrong end of the stick. No surprise that annamaria is all over the place in a tsunami of verbiage but you seem to be a new contributor to the garbage heap. Can you not see the point of a threat being made to Iran of what will happen if it does what the Israelis allege and Iran denies rather than engage in either hot or cold war against Iran now?

  167. Z-man says:
    @annamaria

    Great dig by Carlson against walrus face Bolton at the end of that interview. Bolton should be drawn and quartered.

  168. @APilgrim

    Just like Iraq, right? Which I was close to, being in Dubai during the entire war.

    Iran would be WORSE than Iraq. It has more money, more support for its leadership, more men.

    Oh and you probably forgot the gasoline prices at the tail-end of the Bush era when the Middle East just decided to stick it to the US…funny for a war supposedly over oil.

    But Trump will get common or garden whites in the middle of the country to go along with such a war until their bridges collapse from deficit spending.

    • Replies: @APilgrim
  169. This brilliant presentation of the situation in the Muddled East is itself worth the time and attention I give the precious Unz Review every day.
    In my humble opinion this analysis does not go far enough. In the years 1945 through about 1960, the USA had billions of friends around the world. You were admired, befriended, imitated, encouraged, wealthy and worthy. Now you are sinking in all the world’s esteem. Even Canadians, your relatives, allies and friends for over a century, are shrinking away from you.
    The rise of your destructive arrogance is largely due to your ignorance. The Unz Review is a fresh new sign of the old fine America that once really was.
    Bravo to you Ron Unz and you Philip Giraldi.

    James Bacque
    Penetanguishene Ontario

  170. Moi says:
    @NoseytheDuke

    The fact is the Lout was ELECTED by our democratic process.

  171. @renfro

    I doubt Trump will comply. I can envision the UN kicking the US out of its membership.
    Which would be good…..as a temporary measure….no more US vetos for Israel’s crimes.
    We would no doubt be re-admitted if and when we rid ourselves of our Fifth Column Izzies, our shadow government and get some uncorrupt politicians in congress and the WH.

    That will be the day we will all cherish!

  172. APilgrim says:

    Obama eliminated future federal radiation decontamination efforts and downplayed the HAZARDS from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station reactor explosions.

    Now, reportedly: “The EPA is pursuing rule changes that experts say would weaken the way radiation exposure is regulated, turning to scientific outliers who argue that a bit of radiation damage is actually good for you”

    The theory of ‘Radiation Hormesis’ is a Devil’s LIE!

  173. APilgrim says:
    @Jeff Stryker

    Jeff Stryker is a monotonous and delusional nag.

    The military defeat of the IRAN Caliphate shall be ‘short-work’. Stable permanent governance has not worked in Iran for 3,000 years. And we should not expect anything different this time, than we got from the Shah. We have conquered and dominated IRAN before. We can do it again, if WE choose.

    Buzz Off, Loser.

  174. Today, the ten-year period of the $38 billion MOU signed by the United States and Israel in 2016 begins. Our implementation of this historic MOU reflects the enduring and unshakable commitment of the President, this Administration, and the American people to Israel's security. pic.twitter.com/U7DyFR5eUo— Heather Nauert (@statedeptspox) October 2, 2018

    • Replies: @Josecanuc
  175. @Michael7

    Greetings from Scranton, where decades of crooked (WMD) politics have rendered the city under-the-rubble, Michael7!

    As we exist within an Iron Dome of Deception, & under full disclosure, it’s not impossible for me to consider that the prowess of nuclear weaponry is a hoax.

    But, a natural question, do you have any evidence, Michael7?

    Fyi, linked below is an article republished by The Nation magazine, September 22, 2015. Authors Krusnic and King focused upon the important topic of ZUSA’s privatized nuclear arsenal producers. They named corporate “names.”

    https://www.thenation.com/article/meet-the-private-corporations-building-our-nuclear-arsenal/

    Given greater than 50 years of money which nuclear weapon nations have poured into upgrading arms-stockpiles, it would be the (barren) Mother of All No-Bombs snookery, where hapless citizens fear annihilation by nukes and will gladly sacrifice their meager earnings for the sake of being kept safe and as needed, retaliate.
    (Zigh)

    Thanks, Michael7. Let me know what you think.

    • Replies: @Michael7
  176. @APilgrim

    That’s what you probably thought about Iraq too depending on your age.

    You just don’t know anything about the economy or the deficit and you are too young to remember the 1990′s before Bush was elected and we still had a triple A rating.

    The US hasn’t gotten over the mess that Bush got us into 15 years ago.

  177. @Michael7

    Think about how useful the nuke psy op has been, particularly for Israel. How many of the neighboring countries would be willing to stage a full-on military attack against them, knowing that they would potentially be on the receiving end of a nuclear attack?

    Agree!

    Especially the psy-op of Samson Option, which is the biggest hoax. If one understand how Diplomatic Pouch works, then it doesn’t require for the lights to be turned off in any Airport. If Israel can bring nukes under the Diplomatic Pouch, other countries too can bring their nukes in Diplomatic Pouch to their Embassies in Tel Aviv as quid pro quo.

    • Replies: @Michael7
  178. Think about how useful the nuke psy op has been, particularly for Israel. How many of the neighboring countries would be willing to stage a full-on military attack against them, knowing that they would potentially be on the receiving end of a nuclear attack? Not many, right? So it allows Israel to act with impunity. But it’s all a bluff. They cannot annihilate their neighbors because nukes don’t exist.

    Or suddenly both Trump and Kim Jong-un are in LOVE, so all these Nukes in North Korea have disappeared. This is some kind of Black Magic or Love Magic!

  179. @annamaria

    Hey annamaria!

    Just want you to see the report (below) by Veterans Today. Allegedly, the article asserts that Iranian missiles struck an ISIS terror HQ located in vicinity of a Syria-be based ZUSA military base. Fyi, deed was done tit-for-tat, Iran’s response for the Ahvaz terririst attack, 25 dead innocents

    https://www.veteranstoday.com/2018/10/03/trumps-terrorists-iranian-missiles-destroy-isis-headquarters-next-to-american-base-in-syria/

    Fyi, annamaria! During periods of confusion about embarrassing fart-blowing incidents, an old American saying goes like this: “Ya never know whether it’s gonna’ be solid or gas.” As a word of preemptive caution, Veterans Today editor Gordon Duff is known to say a bit more than his prayers.

    Thanks very much!

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
    , @Sparkon
  180. CalDre says:
    @The Corrector

    Goes beyond that, NPT obligates the US to disarm its nuclear weapons. Since signing it, US has only massively increased its stockpiles, and is doing another full upgrade under the Orangutan (that evil treasonous lying loser).

  181. @APilgrim

    The military defeat of the IRAN Caliphate shall be ‘short-work’.

    Agreed!

    It will be a cakewalk from Air, just like the First Gulf War under the Bush Sr. And, less than 100 hours ground war.

    The coalition ceased its advance and declared a ceasefire 100 hours after the ground campaign started.

    And, why did the hero of the First Gulf War, General Herbert Norman Schwarzkopf Jr. suddenly lost his job.

    • Replies: @CalDre
  182. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @APilgrim

    Psychopath always will say :” It will be easy. It is going to be cakewalk. They will welcome us with flowers”

    Once the shit hit fan, these bastards will bolt , will look for exit sign, will evaporate in daylight to nonexistence from the media and human mind. When the dead bodies pile up, or the money starts drying up, or damages show up in ER or in soccer fields as violent outburst of the damaged soldiers, these bastard will say :” They did not follow our advice”

    • Replies: @APilgrim
    , @ANON
  183. Tsigantes says:

    Why isn’t there a United Against Nuclear Israel group??

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  184. @ChuckOrloski

    Just want you to see the report (below) by Veterans Today. Allegedly, the article asserts that Iranian missiles struck an ISIS terror HQ located in vicinity of a Syria-be based ZUSA military base. Fyi, deed was done tit-for-tat, Iran’s response for the Ahvaz terririst attack, 25 dead innocents

    Greetings Chuck,

    According to an Israel Newspaper:

    Iran’s strike in Syria is a warning to the West and Gulf states:

    https://www.ynetnews.com/home/0,7340,L-3083,00.html

    Muhaha, Muhaha, it is not a warning to ISISraHell!

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  185. Tsigantes says:

    A United Against Nuclear Israel group should feature this explanation:

    “Israel’s leaders sow chaos, death, and destruction. They do not respect their neighbors or borders, or the sovereign rights of nations. Instead, Israel’s leaders plunder other nation’s resources to enrich themselves and to spread mayhem across the Middle East and far beyond… We cannot allow the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism to possess the planet’s most dangerous weapons, i.e. WMD. We cannot allow a regime that threatens Iran with annihilation (having already destroyed Iraq, Libya and trying even now to destroy Syria and Libya) to possess the means to deliver a nuclear warhead to any city on Earth.”

    • Agree: CalDre
  186. @Tsigantes

    Tsigantes asked: “Why isn’t there a United Against Nuclear Israel group??”

    That’s an but easy one, Tsi!

    The nuclear weapon powers American Israeli Empire & Zionist western Europe states, Britain and France, prohibit formation of such a rational “group.”

  187. APilgrim says:
    @anon

    Pfhuckewe very much.

    The USA has occupied and dominated Iran before, during Shah Times.

    Jimmy Carter fvcked it up.

    There were no other problems worthy of mention, for the several decade adventure.

  188. @Jeffery Cohen

    Uh…, relax. It’s just par-for-spinning-the-(deceptive) course, Mr. Cohen.

    Whenever a special Israeli-targeted nation does things military it ought to do, the theater curtain rises.

    Achieving “Awareness” is the only ‘Merkin defense now.

    Thank you.

  189. Sparkon says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Veterans Today editor Gordon Duff is known to say a bit more than his prayers.

    Indeed.

    Here I offer a new American saying:

    Beware the man who farts in stereo.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  190. Michael7 says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    I can only reiterate: it is a hoax, a massive lie which has not only effectively fractured much of the world – including keeping predominantly Christian Western nations at each others’ throats – but has been a boon for the MIC in various countries, especially the US, Russia and China. First they fleeced the taxpayers in order to test, research, build and maintain WMD, then they fleeced the taxpayer again in order to reduce their inventory, playing up stuff like the NPT and other agreements between interested parties. Qui bono? Governments which get to pursue various military adventures. Weapons manufacturers such as Raytheon, enabling them to make lucrative arms deals. And the central banks which handle the transactions and have foreknowledge of practically every significant event before it unfolds and thus position themselves to maximum self-advantage.

  191. Michael7 says:
    @Jeffery Cohen

    Especially the psy-op of Samson Option, which is the biggest hoax. If one understand how Diplomatic Pouch works, then it doesn’t require for the lights to be turned off in any Airport. If Israel can bring nukes under the Diplomatic Pouch, other countries too can bring their nukes in Diplomatic Pouch to their Embassies in Tel Aviv as quid pro quo.

    The Samson Option has served its purpose in that for it has prevented other countries from directly confronting Israel for decades. Once the truth is revealed that it’s nothing more than fear propaganda, there won’t be so much apprehension about retaliating in the future against Israel’s blatant acts of aggression. The emperor has no clothes.

    This is the real reason why the US installed a military outpost directly in Israel, so that as soon as any country retaliates, they can claim that the US is also under attack and thus attempt to drag us into their war.

    Or suddenly both Trump and Kim Jong-un are in LOVE, so all these Nukes in North Korea have disappeared. This is some kind of Black Magic or Love Magic!

    Yes, that seems to be the case. When they were handing out pamphlets in Guam and Hawaii about what to do in case North Korea launches a nuclear attack, I noticed that both the scope of damage and radiation exposure risks were tremendously downplayed from the mass destruction event touted for decades. For instance, they claimed that within just one week, radiation levels would be reduced to less than 1%. Now doesn’t that strike you funny considering that it’s supposed to linger about for at least thousands of years?

  192. ANON[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon

    Psychopaths don’t want their children to die for any cause including those that help them physically survive .

    PSYCHOPATH BARBARIAN UPSTART PARASITES WANT OTHER TO FIGHT TO DEATH FOR FUN and FOR FOOD SEX SHELTER IN LANDS WHERE THEY SHOULDN’T BE . PSYCHOPATHS SHOULD BE DESTROYED or BANISHED FROM CIVILIZATION TO GHETTO .

  193. Buzzwar says:

    “We cannot allow the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism to possess the planet’s most dangerous weapons”. This is exactly, word for word, what satanyahoo said in his speech at the UN.
    Trump and satanyahoo have the same speechwriter.

    • Replies: @Dumbo
  194. peterAUS says:
    @Michael7

    …………………………..khm….am…….well……impressive.

    This exercise is becoming a quite refreshing learning experience.
    Thank you.

    Not quite sure I’ve understood this correctly:

    They have some very powerful weaponry, no doubt, but nothing that’s going to annihilate an entire city in one shot. The MOAB (Mother of All Bombs) can take out pretty much anything within the radius of a mile. That’s a real bomb and it’s definitely a threat to any potential adversary. The issue comes with getting one of their big bombers through well protected airspace in order to reach their desired target.

    Are you saying that, actually, nuclear weapons do not exist, or, they do exist just they aren’t as powerful as we are led to believe?
    Say, MOAB is more powerful, actually, than Minuteman-III (LGM-30G)?

    • Replies: @Michael7
  195. @Sparkon

    Sparkon warned: “Beware the man who farts in stereo.”

    Uh, your TV must be equipped with stereo speakers!

    Half an hour ago on televised press conference, Trump (Z)secretary Bolton passed gas, and announced he has strong “intelligence” evidence that confirms Netanyahu’s evidence which indicates Iran has nuclear bomb weapons. (zzZigh)

    Selah, Gordon Duff gas, non-RCRA hazardous; Benjamin Netanyahu gas, toxic- by-inhalation.

    • Replies: @Sparkon
  196. We are a rogue nation!

    Iran Sanctions – U.S. Responds To Court Order By Canceling Treaty That Gave The Court Jurisdiction

    http://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/10/iran-sanctions-us-responds-to-court-order-by-canceling-treaty-that-gave-the-court-jurisdiction.html#more

    Earlier today the International Court of Justice (ICJ) issued a provisional judgment (pdf, 29 pages) against some of the U.S. sanction against Iran. The ruling is a preliminary injunction over urgent humanitarian issues that will later be followed by a final judgment.

    The U.S. responded by canceling the treaty the gave the court jurisdiction over the case.

    The ICJ is the main judicial organ of the United Nations and settles legal disputes between member states. The rulings of the court, based in The Hague, are binding. But there is no global police force that can make the U.S. government follow the court’s ruling.

    Nevertheless the judgment sets a precedent that other courts will use when more specific cases against the U.S. sanctions against Iran come up. A company that loses business because of the sanctions may sue the U.S. over financial losses. An ICJ ruling on the illegality of the U.S. sanctions will then be used by a local court, even an American one, as reference.

    :
    :

    The U.S. is in fact mocking the court. It is unlikely that any court will accept the clearly upcoming U.S. claim that the treaty no longer exists, that the ICJ has lost jurisdiction over the case and that its orders can thus be ignored. One can not simply change a contract after being found guilty of violating it. The case will be going to a final judgment under the 1955 treaty because that set the legal status when the case was brought to the court.

    Pompeo and other will undoubtedly argue that the ruling does not matter for the U.S. and that transgressing it will have no costs. That underestimates the effect of such a ruling on lower national courts. It will be them that will judge about the seizure of U.S. assets when claims of economic damage are brought up against the U.S. and its sanction regime.

    The case will also weigh on the global opinion. It makes it more difficult for other governments to follow the U.S. sanction regime.

    • Replies: @renfro
  197. tac says:
    @annamaria

    Better yet, listen Hillary Clinton explain the ZOG compramised position at the top levels of US gov’t in an email (published by wikileaks):

    The best way to help Israel deal with Iran’s growing nuclear capability is to help the people of Syria overthrow the regime of Bashar Assad.

    Negotiations to limit Iran’s nuclear program will not solve Israel’s security dilemma. Nor will they stop Iran from improving the crucial part of any nuclear weapons program — the capability to enrich uranium.

    At best, the talks between the world’s major powers and Iran that began in Istanbul this April and will continue in Baghdad in May will enable Israel to postpone by a few months a decision whether to launch an attack on Iran that could provoke a major Mideast war.
    [...]
    What Israeli military leaders really worry about — but cannot talk about — is losing their nuclear monopoly.
    [...]
    The result would be a precarious nuclear balance in which Israel could not respond to provocations with conventional military strikes on Syria and Lebanon, as it can today.
    [...]
    Bringing down Assad would not only be a massive boon to Israel’s security, it would also ease
    Israel’s understandable fear of losing its nuclear monopoly. Then, Israel and the United States

    might be able to develop a common view of when the Iranian program is so dangerous that
    military action could be warranted.
    [...]
    Some argue that U.S. involvement risks a wider war with Russia. But the Kosovo example
    shows otherwise. In that case, Russia had genuine ethnic and political ties to the Serbs, which
    don’t exist between Russia and Syria, and even then Russia did little more than complain.
    Russian officials have already acknowledged they won’t stand in the way if intervention comes.
    [...]
    Victory may not come quickly or easily, but it will come. And
    the payoff will be substantial. Iran would be strategically isolated, unable to exert its influence
    in the Middle East. The resulting regime in Syria will see the United States as a friend, not an
    enemy. Washington would gain substantial recognition as fighting for the people in the Arab
    world, not the corrupt regimes.

    https://wikileaks.org/clinton-emails/emailid/18328

    • Replies: @Z-man
  198. tac says:

    Although purely symbolic, the ICJ’s decision favoring Iran sent Mike Pompeo into a rage causing him to cancel Treaty of Amity:

    Pompeo said in his State Department press briefing, “I’m announcing that the United States is terminating the 1955 treaty of amity with Iran. This is a decision that is 39 years over due.”

    He was referencing a 1955 “friendship treaty” or so-called Treaty of Amity which had been established long before the 1979 Islamic Revolution brought the Ayatollahs to power.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-03/after-un-top-court-rules-favor-iran-pompeo-terminates-decades-old-treaty

    https://www.rt.com/news/440187-un-order-us-iran-sanctions/

  199. LondonBob says:
    @Carroll Price

    Interestingly the ‘Babushka Lady’, who was filming the grassy knoll and never formally identified, was a spitting image for Jacob Leon Rubinstein’s sister Eileen Kaminsky. If there are any JFK assassination researchers reading, get to it.

    • Replies: @Carroll Price
  200. Corvinus says:

    “The nuclear war doomsday clock maintained on the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists website has advanced to two minutes before midnight, the closest point to possible atomic apocalypse since the end of the Cold War.”

    Yet, we are no closer to all-out nuclear holocaust, given the fact that neither the leaders of U.S., Russia, or China have itchy trigger fingers. So it’s simply more Chicken Little shenanigans courtesy of our host.

    • Replies: @CalDre
  201. @Michael7

    Nuclear power stations? What do they produce – phantom energy? Nuclear submarines are they really just diesel-driven and pretending? What really happened in Calder Hall, Chernobyl and Fukushima?

    • Replies: @Michael7
  202. Z-man says:
    @tac

    Attributed to SHillary:

    The best way to help Israel deal with Iran’s growing nuclear capability is to help the people of Syria overthrow the regime of Bashar Assad.
    Negotiations to limit Iran’s nuclear program will not solve Israel’s security dilemma. Nor will they stop Iran from improving the crucial part of any nuclear weapons program — the capability to enrich uranium.
    At best, the talks between the world’s major powers and Iran that began in Istanbul this April and will continue in Baghdad in May will enable Israel to postpone by a few months a decision whether to launch an attack on Iran that could provoke a major Mideast war.
    [...]
    What Israeli military leaders really worry about — but cannot talk about — is losing their nuclear monopoly.
    [...]
    …Victory may not come quickly or easily, but it will come. And
    the payoff will be substantial. Iran would be strategically isolated, unable to exert its influence
    in the Middle East. The resulting regime in Syria will see the United States as a friend, not an
    enemy. Washington would gain substantial recognition as fighting for the people in the Arab
    world, not the corrupt regimes.

    If this is Clinton’s words it shows that she is either completley owned by the Zionist Billionaire Boys Club or she ‘s the dumbest bitch on earth. I think she’s both.

    • Replies: @tac
  203. Michael7 says:
    @peterAUS

    Are you saying that, actually, nuclear weapons do not exist, or, they do exist just they aren’t as powerful as we are led to believe?
    Say, MOAB is more powerful, actually, than Minuteman-III (LGM-30G)?

    The underlying point is that they do not possess bombs which can take out anywhere near an entire city in one shot. At best they could potentially take out a city block or thereabouts. The MOAB is a real heavy ordinance bomb, whereas the Minuteman-III are intercontinental missiles meant to attack various infrastructure from afar such as military locations, bridges, dams, that sort of thing. Again, they’re not capable of wiping out entire cities in one shot. Any war fought between superpowers such as the US, Russia or China would be long and gruesome, as opposed to the nuke theater lasting about an hour and ending with the total annihilation of most of the world. The end result would still be millions of dead, maimed and starving people. Either way, innocent people would have to suffer, so nothing good comes of it.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  204. Mike P says:
    @Michael7

    I realise that the idea of the nuke hoax is one bridge too far for most people even on this site, but the evidence of such a hoax is solid at least with respect to Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

    Whether or not working nukes were developed at a later time I don’t know. The author of the book cited by Michael7 claims that his computer modeling experiments show nuclear fission chain reactions of sufficient speed to be impossible. The guy comes across as knowledgeable, but he does not make those studies available.

    • Replies: @L.K
    , @CalDre
  205. Michael7 says:
    @foolisholdman

    Nuclear power stations? What do they produce – phantom energy? Nuclear submarines are they really just diesel-driven and pretending? What really happened in Calder Hall, Chernobyl and Fukushima?

    So-called nuclear power produce energy via steam power from water. Just because they attach the ‘nuclear’ prefix to something doesn’t necessarily mean that they’re using nuclear power. Notice that thousands of Japanese didn’t die of radiation poisoning just because Fukushima collapsed from the tsunami.

  206. tac says:
    @Z-man

    Not convinced,,, yet?:

    The Hillary Clinton email below also makes it clear that Washington orchestrated the Syrian “civil war” in order to have a cover for sending ISIS into Syria. Hillary should be arrested and tried for high treason and war crimes.

    https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2017/03/24/sounds-like-hitlery-state-dept-worked-israel/

    Wikileaks Released 30,322 Hillary Clinton Emails: One Email – Overthrow Syrian Government to Help Israel

    https://www.liveleak.com/view?i=65a_1458334157

  207. L.K says:
    @Michael7

    They were firebombed, same as Tokyo and Dresden.

    The firebombing of Tokyo, Dresden and other cities in WW2 were conducted by HUGE fleets of bombers… otherwise they could not have been carried out.

    No such huge fleets of bombers in the Hiroshima and Nagasaki nuclear strikes.

    Your notion is pure NONSENSE.

    • Replies: @Michael7
  208. peterAUS says:
    @Michael7

    ….hey do not possess bombs which can take out anywhere near an entire city in one shot.

    O.K.

    …the Minuteman-III are intercontinental missiles meant to attack various infrastructure from afar such as military locations, bridges, dams, that sort of thing.

    O.K.
    I could try to argue both, but no point.

    Ah…

    So-called nuclear power produce energy via steam power from water. Just because they attach the ‘nuclear’ prefix to something doesn’t necessarily mean that they’re using nuclear power.

    even better. Impressive, really.

    You certainly believe all that and, more importantly, aren’t alone in that belief. More of co-believers are popping up as we speak. Beliefs, free will and such.

    The free speech of this site does tend to show a glimpse of reality around us.

    May I ask you a personal question?
    Would you be so kind as to tell us a bit about yourself? Not at the level that people who know you or an average “site monitor” can recognize you, of course.
    Say…..I am a Caucasian, late 40, college educated, white collar professional. Something like that.

    And just another one: have you ever served in a jury? Just curious.

  209. tac says:

    And….here’s to money well spent for all of you hard-working taxpayers

    —SIGNED: ZUS CONGRESS (where we can ONLY have unanimous votes that take care of ‘OUR’ constituents)….don’t forget to vote, see you tax-cows on election day,,,keep taking it in the a**, just like we do for our best ally….QUIET, no questions asked you anti-semites!:

    New US Law Obliges Americans to Pay Unlimited Billions to Israel

    Passed by the House of Representatives on September 12, 2018, the “United States-Israel Security Assistance Authorization Act of 2018” rolls back any limitations that the US places on the amount of “aid” American taxpayers [*]must[*] hand over to Israel.

    The bill states in “Sec. 102. Statement of Policy) that it “shall be the policy of the United States to provide assistance to the Government of Israel in order to support funding for cooperative programs to develop, produce, and procure missile, rocket, projectile, and other defense capabilities to help Israel meet its security needs and to help develop and enhance United States defense capabilities.”

    According to a review of the law published by the If Americans Knew group, the AIPAC-lobbied law, introduced by Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Florida), whose maternal grandparents were Sephardic Jews, originally from the Ottoman Empire, who had been active in Cuba’s Jewish community, and Ted Deutch (D-Florida), whose grandparents were Jewish immigrants from Belarus, the bill is “even more generous to Israel than the Senate bill and the 2016 Memorandum of Understanding and “amounts to $7,230 per minute to Israel, or $120 per second.”

    The If Americans Knew review adds that the bill “guarantees $38 billion to Israel over the next ten years” and “is a dramatic departure from the deal offered under President Obama’s 2016 Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).

    “Most dramatically, this new act would eviscerate the ability of President Trump and his successors for the next ten years to withhold United States aid to Israel,” the review continued.
    [...]
    The review added that the “second most important effect of this act is in Section 103. While the MOU limits the amount of aid [the US] give[s] Israel to the amount agreed upon, in this case $38 billion over 10 years, Section 103 of the current bill removes all limitations on how much [the US] give[s] give Israel.

    Under the new act, instead of 38 billion being the cap, as Obama stipulated in his 2016 MOU, [the US] must now give Israel a minimum of $3.8 billion per year until 2028.

    Without a cap, and with incessant lobbying by Israel and her proxies in the United States, the amount we give could conceivably [*]double[*] over the next 10 years,” the review said.

    http://newobserveronline.com/new-us-law-obliges-americans-to-pay-unlimited-billions-to-israel/

    • Replies: @renfro
    , @Cloak And Dagger
  210. L.K says:
    @Mike P

    but the evidence of such a hoax is solid at least with respect to Hiroshima and Nagasaki

    It really is NOT solid at all Mike. You are being misled.

    Cheers

  211. L.K says:

    Generally, under Giraldi’s articles one can always observe intense Troll activity.

    This is generally in the form of very obvious Zionist/neocon shills…

    This time around the trolling is being done in a less obvious way, by a gang of spammers.

    With the exception of the well known Neocon Troll ‘peterAus’, we get APilgrim, ‘Jeffery Cohen’, Michael7, Jeff Stryker, etc.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
    , @ChuckOrloski
  212. renfro says:
    @tac

    It turns my stomach.
    The treason in congress and the parasitism of the Jews has reached the stratosphere.

    • Replies: @tac
  213. Michael7 says:
    @L.K

    [Additional off-topic Nuke Hoax comments are much less likely to be published.]

    The firebombing of Tokyo, Dresden and other cities in WW2 were conducted by HUGE fleets of bombers… otherwise they could not have been carried out.

    No such huge fleets of bombers in the Hiroshima and Nagasaki nuclear strikes.

    Your notion is pure NONSENSE.

    Hiroshima and Nagasaki were firebombed before they detonated a bigger bomb which easily scattered the ashes from the remains in a large plume of smoke. Watch the bomb detonate: no bright flash. Look at the pictures of ground zero after the bomb hit. Trees, poles and concrete structures remained intact. There should’ve been a substantial depression in the ground, as well as artifacts thrown outward and away from the impact zone. Again, not the case. As I said before, those were shanty towns and of no strategic importance.

    Japan surrendered to the US because Russia was about to attack them. Going along with the a-bomb story meant saving face and not having to fight yet another war, a war which they would’ve inevitably lost anyway.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
    , @CalDre
  214. tac says:

    @L.K.

    A telltale of these more subdued tactics, just like on Ron Unz’s articles, is they enter an ongoing dialog between two or more parties–completely or somewhat unrelated to the article–in order to divert attention and valuable time a reader has in reading more pertinent information.

    BTW, the US is moving ISIS, and related groups, into Afghanistan. Surely to be trained and diverted to Iran, Ukraine or in near proximity to Russia’s southern caucuses???

    2500+ ISIS fighters leave Syria and Iraq for Afghanistan, Russia to respond

    Terrorists are preparing to destabilize the political situation in Central Asia, Russian Special Envoy for Afghanistan Zamir Kabulov said on Monday.

    According to data from the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) quoted by the diplomat, some 2,500 fighters from the extremist ISIS terrorist group were leaving Syria and Iraq bound for Afghanistan.

    “Those who migrate are generally those from Central Asia. They send these people to prepare and destabilize the internal political situation in Central Asia, not to combat foreign troops in Afghanistan,” the Kremlin envoy said.

    https://www.sott.net/article/397457-2500-ISIS-fighters-leave-Syria-and-Iraq-for-Afghanistan-Russia-to-respond

    • Replies: @L.K
  215. peterAUS says:
    @L.K

    Generally, under Giraldi’s articles one can always observe intense Troll activity.

    This is generally in the form of very obvious Zionist/neocon shills…

    This time around the trolling is being done in a less obvious way, by a gang of spammers.

    With the exception of the well known Neocon Troll ‘peterAus’, we get APilgrim, ‘Jeffery Cohen’, Michael7, Jeff Stryker, etc.

    I feel for you.

    The tragicomedy. “Truth seekers” and “censorship”. Comedy more, actually.

  216. tac says:
    @renfro

    Mine too….I hope that point was made clear in no uncertain terms by my comments to the news. The Israeli Lobby will not stop, au contraire, it will double-down to milk us even more.

    Voting CLEARLY does not work, so what is the answer to this tyrannical, arrogant, in-your-face lawlessness and treason???

    • Replies: @Z-man
    , @geokat62
    , @renfro
  217. Dumbo says:
    @APilgrim

    The U.S. military can’t even control Afghanistan (except for the poppy fields I guess), what makes you think that these idiots can do anything with Iran, except waste millions of lives and dollars? Yes, I guess they can destroy and turn Iranian cities to rubble, that’s all that they are good for since Dresden. But entering into another quagmire in the middle East after all that was spent for nothing in Iraq, Libya, Syria etc, is really ill-advised. I guess many Americans like APilgrim – or is it (((Americans))) – are really psychopaths who just like to see people die for no reason.

    • Replies: @gsjackson
  218. Dumbo says:
    @Buzzwar

    “We cannot allow the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism to possess the planet’s most dangerous weapons”

    I agree. So when are the US and Israel relinquishing their nuclear weapons?

  219. Z-man says:
    @tac

    It might take a revolt, but let’s see what Donald has in store after the mid terms. His much ballyhooed Mid East peace plan with his Zionist son in law Jarred.
    The American people must open their eyes to the crime we are supporting in The Jew-ish State.

    • Replies: @tac
    , @RadicalCenter
  220. @tac

    My tax money being used to fill the coffers of a foreign nation because our venal congress is bought and paid for. If this is not taxation without representation, it is certainly treachery. What our government does and what the people want are at such a wide gulf – this is the downside of representative government as opposed to a democratic one.

    If I were the president, I would call for referendums on every one of these issues, from Citizens United, to Middle East adventures, to our relationship with Israel.

    And that guarantees that I will never be president.

    • Replies: @tac
  221. @LondonBob

    Not that it would have done any good then, and none now, but it has obviously been overlooked as a mere coincidence. If I remember, correctly he was standing on some sort of pedestal, which placed him well above the crowd, assuring him a clear field of vision that could not be interruped by someone walking in front of the camera. I’m not familiar with the Babushka Lady thing, but will check into it.

    “The Zapruder film is a silent 8mm color motion picture sequence shot by private citizen Abraham Zapruder with a Bell & Howell home-movie camera, as U.S. President John F. Kennedy’s motorcade passed through Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963. Unexpectedly, it ended up capturing the President’s assassination.

    Frame 150 from the Zapruder film. Kennedy’s limousine has just turned onto Elm Street, moments before the first shot, and the President is apparently waving.
    Even though it is not the only film of the shooting, the Zapruder film has been described as being the most complete one, giving a relatively clear view from a somewhat elevated position on the side from which the president’s fatal head wound is visible. It was an important part of the Warren Commission hearings and all subsequent investigations of the assassination, and it is one of the most studied pieces of film in history. Of greatest notoriety is the film’s capture of the fatal shot to President Kennedy’s head when his presidential limousine was almost exactly in front of, and slightly below, Zapruder’s position. ”

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zapruder_film

    • Replies: @Iris
  222. gsjackson says:
    @Dumbo

    “…just like to see people die for no reason.”

    There are those who think it’s blood sacrifice on an industrial scale for their lord and master. So reason. Maybe so, but I’d think general psychopathy can explain it as well. When psychopaths find each other they can do remarkable things as a group.

  223. Josecanuc says:
    @redmudhooch

    “The goyim were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world – only to serve the People of Israel…With gentiles, it will be like any person – they need to die, but [God] will give them longevity. Why? Imagine that one’’s donkey would die, they’d lose their money. This is his servant… That’s why he gets a long life, to work well for this Jew. Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We will sit like an effendi and eat. That is why gentiles were created.”
    [An Orthodox Rabbi in the Jerusalem Post, October 18, 2010].

    In R.D. Laing’s, The Sanity of Madness Laing asserts that madness is a social condition that cannot be reduced to strictly personal causes. It happens between people. It is a subtle mixture of people’s mutual madness: of their overlapping misperceptions, ploys, stratagems. What flows from Laing’s work is a forceful indictment of contemporary society for its murdering, if well rationalized, lunacies. In his more philosophical moments, Laing broadened the analysis to include the entire culture of the Christian West….

  224. peterAUS says:
    @Michael7

    Additional off-topic Nuke Hoax comments are much less likely to be published.

    Pity.

    It could’ve been an interesting refresher re people around us. From close neighbors to all the way up/around our community.
    I mean, you don’t know when and where you can come across that type. Pays to be aware I think.

    As for below, people wise too:

    ….they enter an ongoing dialog between two or more parties–completely or somewhat unrelated to the article–in order to divert attention and valuable time a reader has in reading more pertinent information.

    Sad.
    Shows lack of focus, concentration, time management and related skills. Makes sense, of course.

    May I suggest: get good at skim reading and employ ignore list. Could help.

  225. @Anon

    Iran is allied with Russia and China. As is Pakistan. U.S. foreign policy is decided in Tel Aviv by Likudniks.
    I see no use for Israel.
    I see no use for Jews; a parasitic, dis-loyal tribe.
    In a real democracy treason trials would nullify any Jew influence.
    GFY anon

  226. geokat62 says:
    @tac

    Voting CLEARLY does not work, so what is the answer to this tyrannical, arrogant, in-your-face lawlessness and treason???

    I’d recommend ascertaining the addresses of the 51* national Jewish organizations that comprise The Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations (CoP; commonly Presidents’ Conference) and organizing a group of protesters to stand outside each of these offices, carrying placards that read, The Lobby delenda est.

    *As of 2014, member organizations included the following:

    [MORE]

    Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi)
    Ameinu
    American Friends of Likud
    American Gathering/Federation of Jewish Holocaust Survivors
    America-Israel Friendship League
    American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC)
    American Jewish Committee
    American Jewish Congress
    American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
    American Sephardi Federation
    American Zionist Movement
    Americans for Peace Now
    AMIT
    Anti-Defamation League (ADL)
    Association of Reform Zionists of America/World Union North America
    B’nai B’rith International
    Bnai Zion
    Central Conference of American Rabbis
    Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America
    Development Corporation for Israel/State of Israel Bonds
    Emunah of America
    Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF)
    Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America
    Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society
    Jewish Community Centers Association
    Jewish Council for Public Affairs
    Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs
    Jewish Labor Committee
    Jewish National Fund
    Jewish Reconstructionist Federation
    Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America (JWV)
    Jewish Women International
    MERCAZ USA
    NA’AMAT USA
    NCSJ
    National Council of Jewish Women
    National Council of Young Israel
    World ORT – ORT America branch
    Rabbinical Assembly (RA)
    Rabbinical Council of America (RCA)
    Religious Zionists of America (RZA or Mizrahi)
    Union for Reform Judaism (URJ)
    Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America (Orthodox Union or OU)
    United Jewish Communities (UJC)
    United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ)
    Women’s International Zionist Organization (WIZO)
    Women’s League for Conservative Judaism (WLCJ)
    Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ)
    Workmen’s Circle (Arbeter Ring)
    World Zionist Executive, US
    Zionist Organization of America (ZOA)

    • Replies: @renfro
    , @renfro
    , @tac
  227. The U.S. has NO INTEREST in a war with anyone.
    Only ISRAEL wants war. Add in some deep state US mic predators and traitors purchased by the deep state and Israhell.

    Going to war in the Middle East is against Americans interests.
    Only parasites and traitors want war.
    Real Americans want their country back as do real Europeans.
    Politicians who fail to get on board are contributing to increased instability. We want our countries back. Successful, peaceful, white, Christian and Democratic. We are not interested in chaos and destruction.
    Jews may like chaos and destruction but we don’t. If you can’t get that then leave before we change our Constitution and deport you. If you don’t believe it will happen that’s fine. Go ahead and bet with your life. This is not South Africa. White’s are not leaving America. Our’ groupies’ need to pack.
    Good bye.

    • Replies: @anon
  228. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon

    whats wrong with Iranian victims starting terror attacks ?

  229. renfro says:
    @geokat62

    Good list.

    Here’s a new Jew tank for your list, ‘ Secure America’ a propaganda outfit that does fake news.

    Conservative Group Wants You to Believe Iran’s President Endorsed Beto O’Rourke

    A neoconservative group appears to be behind a listing recruiting voice actors to pretend to be President Rouhani in an effort to portray him as backing the Texas Democrat

    The script for the spot was as follows:

    “Hello, I am Hassan Rouhani, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran,” the script read. “Today, it is my pleasure to endorse Beto O’Rourke for U.S. Senate. As a Congressman, Beto was a strong supporter of President Obama’s Iran Deal—which gave billions of dollars to my country of Iran.”
    Secure America Now, according to its website, is a non-partisan 501(c)4) nonprofit organization which has focused its attention in the past on bashing the Iran deal, seeking to designate the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization, supporting President Trump’s travel ban and asking “unanswered questions” about Benghazi.

    According to previous reporting, the group ran ads in Florida in 2012 featuring warnings from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the threat of Iran’s nuclear program. They also reportedly commissioned a poll in 2013 finding that most Americans believed that the Obama administration was covering up facts about the 2012 attacks at the consulate in Benghazi.

    In 2014, they reportedly got into hot water for crafting an attack ad against Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), which featured the image of James Foley, a journalist who was beheaded by ISIS.

    That same year, Secure America Now reportedly sponsored a trip for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) to Ukraine to meet with the protest movement against then-president Viktor Yanukovych. The organization only seemed to amp up their activity as the 2016 presidential election approached.
    According to 2016 income tax returns obtained by the website OpenSecrets, Secure America Now was largely funded by multi millionaire donor Robert Mercer, the 45Committee (a pro-Trump dark money group) and Ronald S. Lauder, the president of the World Jewish Congress. Allen Roth, an adviser to Lauder, is the group’s president. A Bloomberg report from 2017 described how Secure America Now worked with Facebook and Google to place anti-refugee ads in swing states including Nevada and North Carolina. These included fake tourism videos showing France and Germany under Sharia law and ads linking Democratic Senate candidates like Catherine Cortez Masto with terrorists.

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/fake-ad-claiming-irans-president-endorsed-beto-orourke-is-pulled-from-production

    • Replies: @geokat62
  230. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @steinbergfeldwitzcohen

    Amid mounting concerns about possible war with Iran after the Trump administration ditched a decades-old bilateral treaty in response to an International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruling on Wednesday that U.S. sanctions violate it, National Security Adviser John Bolton announced a review of all international agreements that could lead to more binding decisions by the principal judicial organ of the United Nations.
    commondreams

    As long as Bolton is allowed to stay outside the penitentiary , US has no future . Bolton knows that he worships the right God on earth.

  231. renfro says:
    @geokat62

    The tax exempt Jewish federation is violating the law by using money to fund political activity.
    but will the IRS do anything about it…probably not.

    The Forward

    Revealed: Canary Mission Blacklist Is Secretly Bankrolled by Major Jewish Federation

    For three years, the website has spread fear among undergraduate activists, posting more than a thousand political dossiers on student supporters of Palestinian rights
    Oct 03, 2018 3:01

    [MORE]

    One of the largest Jewish charities in the U.S. has been secretly funding a shadowy online blacklist targeting college students who criticize Israel.
    For three years, a website called Canary Mission has spread fear among undergraduate activists, posting more than a thousand political dossiers on student supporters of Palestinian rights. The dossiers are meant to harm students’ job prospects, and have been used in interrogations by Israeli security officials.
    At the same time, the website has gone to great lengths to hide the digital and financial trail connecting it to its donors and staff. Registered through a secrecy service, the site is untraceable.
    Now, for the first time, the Forward has definitively identified a major donor to Canary Mission.

    It is a foundation controlled by the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, a major Jewish charity with an annual budget of over $100 million.
    The federation’s support of Canary Mission connects the American Jewish establishment itself to a website that is facing increasing criticism from young Jews.

    Canary Mission has been controversial since it appeared in mid-2015, drawing comparisons to a McCarthyite blacklist. While some of those listed on the site are prominent activists, others are students who attended a single event, or even student government representatives suspected of voting for resolutions that are critical of Israel.
    In recent months, it’s been the subject of growing backlash from pro-Israel Jewish students and local Hillel professionals, who say it is damaging to their own work.
    Mainstream American Jewish leaders have claimed not to know who funds Canary Mission. As it turns out, a big chunk of the money came from within their own ranks.
    In late 2016 or early 2017, the Helen Diller Family Foundation earmarked $100,000 for Canary Mission. It made the donation to the Central Fund of Israel, a New York-based charity that serves as a conduit for U.S. taxpayers seeking to make tax-exempt donations to right-wing and extremist groups in Israel. In its tax filings, the Diller Foundation listed the purpose of the grant as “CANARY MISSION FOR MEGAMOT SHALOM.”
    That phrase, which may have been mistakenly included in the public document, appears to indicate that the grant to the Central Fund of Israel was intended for Canary Mission via Megamot Shalom, a hitherto-unknown Israeli charity

    Megamot Shalom appears to be an Israeli public benefit corporation that operates or operated Canary Mission. Jonathan Bash, who the Forward previously identified as the person who operates Canary Mission, signed the charity’s 2016 financial reports.
    Though it does fund a number right-wing causes, the Diller Foundation is known mostly as a provider of well-regarded Jewish teen programming. It runs a yearlong Jewish leadership program for teenagers from around the world, and sponsors the Diller Tikkun Olam awards, which honor young Jewish workers with $36,000 cash prizes.
    The president of its board, real estate developer Jaclyn Safier, sits on the board of visitors of the University of California, Berkeley, and is a distinguished director of a foundation that supports the University of California, San Francisco. Another board member, Richard Rosenberg, is the former chairman and chief executive of Bank of America.”

  232. @L.K

    Hey L.K!

    You write how my late-father, s wounded WWII veteran/tractor-trailer driver, Charlie, used to talk when people pissed him off. He’d wanna “lay them out in clover.”

    Glad I’m me, and not little peterAUS after you fumed, “With the exception of the well known Neocon Troll ‘peterAus’, we get APilgrim, ‘Jeffery Cohen’, Michael7, Jeff Stryker, etc.”

    Ha-ha! Uh… Do you miss Sam The Sham Shama & InZitatus?

    • Replies: @L.K
  233. Iris says:
    @Carroll Price

    Abraham Zapruder was a Zionist and 32-degree Scottish mason.

    Zapruder’s offices occupied the 4th/5th floors of the Dal-Tex Building, which was owned by Zionist members of Dallas’ Jewish community, and from which President Kennedy was shot at.

    https://www.unz.com/runz/american-pravda-the-jfk-assassination-part-ii-who-did-it/#comment-2483355

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  234. renfro says:
    @tac

    Voting CLEARLY does not work, so what is the answer to this tyrannical, arrogant, in-your-face lawlessness and treason???

    Going after the Jewish Israel organzations as geokat62 suggested wont really work as the politicians will protect them and denounce us all as antisemites .

    I said this a thousand times but I’ll say it again….you have to go after the politicians first as traitors…..you have to get in their face and call them traitors and use one of the hundreds of examples we have of their putting Israel ahead of Americans.

    You can write fax call and tell them they are traitors. .and don’t be shy about it, there’s not a damn thing they can do to you for expressing your opinion on their treason….aint democracy great…lol..use it or lose it. The Jews have sure as hell used our own democratic tools to subvert our nation.
    Ideally every politician that gets on the campaign trail would be confronted by voters with documentation of every vote and speech he has made for Israel….and called a traitor and be pelted with rotten eggs.
    If you remember the Vietnam protest where protestor shoved signs saying baby killers and etc in politicians faces at events, took over city halls and similar buikdings– then you get the picture of what has to be done.

    Bottom line and please believe me, you have to get the politicians first and put the fear of God in them so they see the specter of losing their careers over being labeled as traitors.

    Traitor trumps antisemite every day of the week in every country in the world, always has, always will..cause there is no hate like the hate people have for being betrayed by the leaders of their own country.

    • Agree: Cloak And Dagger
    • Replies: @tac
  235. @Iris

    Hi Iris!

    In case you’re unaware, in 1999, heirs of “dressmaker” Zapruder got $16 million (!!!) from the ‘guvmint for the original film which he happened to take, just in the nick of time! Refer to below article?

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1999/08/04/zapruder-film-nets-16-million/4f13b1c5-e6ab-45b3-86c6-92e442b5b905/?utm_term=.c4c37f4cc5e0

    Fyi, his Jewish granddaughter wrote a recent book on the lucrative episode! She indicated grandpa’s having made a copy, but instead of relinquishing the original film to police, Abraham Z. gave it to the Secret Service; an agency who the scientific-author, Robert Lifton, bravely identified as a key part of JFK’s murder plot and cover-up.

    Thank you, annamaria.

    • Replies: @Anon
  236. geokat62 says:
    @renfro

    A neoconservative group appears to be behind a listing recruiting voice actors to pretend to be President Rouhani in an effort to portray him as backing the Texas Democrat

    Perhaps Hamas has recruited an actor to pretend to be Labour delegate Colin Monehen in an effort to portray him as backing the Palestinians.

    A must see:

    When will Americans see a member of Congress make a comparable speech? If The Lobby has its way, never.

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  237. L.K says:
    @tac

    tac:

    A telltale of these more subdued tactics, just like on Ron Unz’s articles, is they enter an ongoing dialog between two or more parties–completely or somewhat unrelated to the article–in order to divert attention and valuable time a reader has in reading more pertinent information.

    You nailed it!

    As for ISIS, as well as the various AL QAEDA affiliates, it’s always been a strategic asset for the ZUS, both to try to overthrow the Syrian government, as well as to bring down the Iraqi prime minister al-Maliki, seen as too friendly towards Iran, and to increase US influence and military footprint within Iraq. In Iraq, the ZUS strategy initially worked, though these ‘gains’ have been somewhat reversed by Iran and its Iraqi allies. Below, former US marine Brad Hoff discusses leaked DIA documents revealing the plan back in 2012.

    https://levantreport.com/2015/05/19/2012-defense-intelligence-agency-document-west-will-facilitate-rise-of-islamic-state-in-order-to-isolate-the-syrian-regime/

    On Monday, May 18, the conservative government watchdog group Judicial Watch published a selection of formerly classified documents obtained from the U.S. Department of Defense and State Department through a federal lawsuit.

    While initial mainstream media reporting is focused on the White House’s handling of the Benghazi consulate attack, a much “bigger picture” admission and confirmation is contained in one of the Defense Intelligence Agency documents circulated in 2012: that an ‘Islamic State’ is desired in Eastern Syria to effect the West’s policies in the region.

    Astoundingly, the newly declassified report states that for “THE WEST, GULF COUNTRIES, AND TURKEY [WHO] SUPPORT THE [SYRIAN] OPPOSITION… THERE IS THE POSSIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING A DECLARED OR UNDECLARED SALAFIST PRINCIPALITY IN EASTERN SYRIA (HASAKA AND DER ZOR), AND THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT THE SUPPORTING POWERS TO THE OPPOSITION WANT, IN ORDER TO ISOLATE THE SYRIAN REGIME…”.

    The DIA report, formerly classified “SECRET//NOFORN” and dated August 12, 2012, was circulated widely among various government agencies, including CENTCOM, the CIA, FBI, DHS, NGA, State Dept., and many others.

    The document shows that as early as 2012, U.S. intelligence predicted the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL or ISIS), but instead of clearly delineating the group as an enemy, the report envisions the terror group as a U.S. strategic asset.

  238. L.K says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Hey Chuck!

    Just telling it like it is, I guess.

    Uh… Do you miss Sam The Sham Shama & InZitatus?

    Sam who?? grin

    Now seriously though, I read your comment on the new Bollyn book you have got:

    For those interested, Mr. Alan Ned Sabrosky (PhD, University of Michigan) wrote a powerful & patriotic Forward to Christopher Bollyn’s new (primer?) book & he emphasized, “Bollyn gives an excellent assessment of where we stand now in the War on Terror, and how it might end — if at all. And here I confess to being more pessimistic than him. Bollyn is still hopeful that President Trump — despite his personal & familial connections to Israel — may yet pull back from the path, as presidential candidate, Trump professed to want to do. I simply don’t see that happening…,”

    Uh, can anyone beam-me-up to the Marine Corp veteran’s “pessimistic” vision?

    Unfortunately, Sabrosky is correct.

    Cheers

  239. L.K says:

    New article by E. Magnier

    Iran and Hezbollah Are Ready to Face Any Challenge: But Are Israel and The US Ready?

    https://ahtribune.com/world/2510-iran-hezbollah-israel-us.html

    The “Axis of the Resistance” was first hit in 2006 with the Israeli attack on Hezbollah, again in 2011 with the war on Syria, and in 2018 it is Iran’s turn. The first two plans failed dramatically, reinforcing the strength of Hezbollah, whose organization has now become one of the strongest armies in the Middle East.

    In Iraq, it gave birth to al-Hashd al-Shaabi, an Iraqi security force with strong ideological convictions who are prepared to kick the US out of Mesopotamia. In Syria, President Assad has emerged stronger and his ministers are meeting Arab ministers in the corridors of the UN- indicating a serious shift in the Arab position towards the Levant.

    With every war or tough western policy to defeat this “axis” using Saudi Arabian money and western intelligence services in the Levant and Iraq, this “axis” becomes stronger and increases the number of its supporters. Can the western warmongers finally learn that such a policy is, in fact, drastically weakening the West in the Middle East? I doubt it.

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  240. @Anonymous

    Can’t agree. In addition to catching attention (clicks and newspapers) fear changes
    behavior and mindsets of millions, making it much easier to manipulate them –
    a well known and historically confirmed fact.
    And Dan Stanhope’s “nothing bad is going to happen” sounds especially weird in the
    light of what’s happening as he speaks.
    Can he specify in what Universe spraying millions of people like bugs with cocktails of
    poisonous chemicals (chemtrails) is not a bad thing ?
    And in what Universe the uninhibited, and not confused population would have such
    low reaction to, practically, direct assault ?

  241. Dieversity=the Lobby

    IRAN is not an enemy.
    Israhell is a racist apartheid state.
    Supporting Israel first is treason for any American citizen.
    Trump will not save us. We must demand and fight for MAGA.
    White is Right.
    With Jews you lose.
    Black is wack.

    The MIC, Israhell, Apaic and all the other traitors deserve treason trials and lamposts.
    Bring your own Rope.
    The Moral, White Christian Majority will no longer dither while America is destroyed.
    Spanking and silencing idiot feminists is virtous. Women were Hitler’s biggest supporters.

    Death to Hasbarem!

    • Replies: @annamaria
  242. Sparkon says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Uh, your TV must be equipped with stereo speakers!
    [...]
    Gordon Duff gas, non-RCRA hazardous

    My TV does have stereo speakers, but all the flatulence broadcast on the boob tube is strictly figurative and easily muted.

    But in the late 50s, Smell-O-Vision, AromaRama–and to a lesser extent Odorama in the 80s–were all extraordinarily clever gimmicks from Hollywood to stink up the place bring olfactory splendor to the silver screen. Odorama used scratch-off cards to release its smells, but AromaRama pumped scents through the air conditioning system, while Smell-O-Vision unleashed its 30 odors from vents placed under the seats.

    Here at last we have convincing evidence that Hollywood gassed its own people.

    Over at VT, Duff got in a squabble with his own people. In a rage, apparently, he deleted from VT almost all of James Fetzer’s articles. Fetzer eventually got most of those articles republished at jamesfetzer.blogspot.com, but just recently, Blogger removed Fetzer’s blog. Nobody Died At Sandy Hook by 13 contributing authors and edited by Prof. Fetzer has been banned by Amazon.

    [MORE]

    I wonder who has the courage now to host Prof. James H. Fetzer?

    Once upon a time, Gordon Duff wrote:

    In a move that surprises all but Middle East experts, Israel has promised Libya’s dictator of over 40 years, Colonel Gaddafi, 50,000 troops to aid in crushing rebels set on overthrowing his his murderous rule. According to news sources inside Israel, “troops” are being hired across Africa, Uganda, Sudan, Chad and the Central Africa Republic, including Al Qaeda fighters, to be deployed against demonstrators and rebel forces currently involved in heavy fighting in a two week old attempt to overthrow the Libyan ruler that has left thousands dead.

    –Gordon Duff
    March 3, 2011

    https://www.veteranstodayarchives.com/2011/03/03/gordon-duff-israel-intervenes-in-libya-for-gaddafi/

    With “Middle East experts” like that, how did we go astray?

    Revelations about the Libyan payments to Sarkozy surfaced in March 2011, when the specter of an imminent NATO intervention loomed large. Gaddafi first asserted that he paid Sarkozy’s campaign in an interview two days before the first NATO bombs were dropped.

    https://theintercept.com/2018/04/28/sarkozy-gaddafi-libya-bombing/

    Gordon Duff August 25, 2011 at 3:47 pm
    Oh, you finally remembered Israel after the crying over Gaddafi.
    We never forgot about it.
    Gaddafi’s WMDs came from Israel (and South Africa) and are considerably more scary than nukes.
    Gaddafi has enough VX to kill half the world and the ability to deliver it…or so many sources tell us, from the brits to the South Africans.
    Do look into VX.
    This is what Gaddafi has been making, not mustard gas.

    Gordon Duff August 25, 2011 at 3:44 pm
    Ade
    Our warning entirely, NATO action now needed in Libya, based on claims by globalresearch.ca and a pack of conspiracy phonies.
    I can see it now, armies of non-existent Al Qaeda, part of the last dozen still alive according to General Petraeus, all marching across Libya asking:
    “Where’s the white wemmin’ and the mustard gas?”

    https://www.veteranstodayarchives.com/2011/08/25/libya-wdm-veterans-today-and-wikileaks-were-right/

    Mass defection of writers from Veterans Today, radio hosts in suspicious car accidents

    (Dr. Eowyn) Veterans Today (VT), a popular “alternative media” website, is experiencing a mass defection of its contributors, among whom are retired U. of Wisconsin-Madison professor Jim Fetzer, federal whistleblower Stew Webb, author Dean Henderson, CIA whistleblower Gene “Chip” Tatum, and Bruce Campbell.

    What provoked the “firing” or defection was VT senior editor Gordon Duff’s censorship, in some cases outright deletion (“trashing”), of the contributors’ posts.

    https://govtslaves.info/2015/05/04/mass-defection-of-writers-from-veterans-today-radio-hosts-in-suspicious-car-accidents/

    Just as there are figures of speech, so too are there figures of flatulence. Some blow hot air and deadly vapors out both sides of the anus, while others are endowed with three buttocks and two holes in the back for true stereo sound while they gas their own people.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  243. @Daniel Rich

    The fact that the media never investigated and made public Nikki Haley’s sexual proclivity tells you a lot about how the media operates. Everybody in the know in Carolina and DC politics know about Nikki’s alternative sexual lifestyle but because she is working for the deep state this never made it to mainstream media when she was nominated. This is how the media works.

    When you are working for the interest of the deep state your past is left alone but if you pose a threat to them even if you were a choir boy they would simply make something up about you or stage a honeypot situation to entrap you.

  244. The US should be de-populated and set out as a wildlife reserve.
    This can be achieved through a industrial setup, camps , showers and all. Cyklon B is not adviseable, VX is the substance. Novichok is useless and does not work.
    For elaborate instructions Look up “Mein Kamf”
    /s

    Now that statement is very extreme, but if the US does not clean up its act, it will in the end become the enemy of the whole world and be treated as such. The US is not invulnerable, with a reciding IQ generally, bribable officials all sorts of subversion could happen.
    Ohh yes, Israel tags along with the US, of course. But Israel is doomed already, it is just a matter of time, the Big Progrom will happen, and the Chosen will disappear.
    Now I am only 1/4 jewish, I hope to slip under the radar. At least get a job as kapo….

    And then we will emerge into a new world, a bright future with a runaway climate, rising sea levels and a future like Venus!
    Whats not to like ?

  245. CalDre says:
    @Jeffery Cohen

    The military defeat of the Jew supremacist Apartheid ISRAELI terror state will be even easier. Oh yeah – and all of its Fifth Column traitor supporters around the world.

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  246. CalDre says:
    @Corvinus

    No itchy trigger fingers? Let’s relate what has happened just in the last week.

    Israel arranged for a Russian spy plane to be shot out of the sky in international waters.

    US ambassador to NATO warned it would bomb Russian defensive installations inside Russia.

    I could go on but these two really stick out.

    The Evil Empire is an uncontrolled madman. It doesn’t need an itchy finger because it is inherently and profoundly aggressive, destructive, belligerent and barbarian.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  247. CalDre says:
    @Mike P

    I have a model that says life is impossible.

    Ergo, none of us is alive.

    Hence, no need to worry about whether nuclear weapons exist.

  248. CalDre says:
    @Michael7

    Watch the bomb detonate: no bright flash

    Where have you seen footage of the detonation? I have only found (and seen in the past) post-detonation footage, when the mushroom cloud was already forming.

    Also, if nuclear explosions aren’t possible, why would they tell you there’s a flash, and then show footage without a flash?

    There should’ve been a substantial depression in the ground, as well as artifacts thrown outward and away from the impact zone.

    Detonation was at 1,900 feet. What makes you claim there should have been a substantial depression in the ground, or anything thrown outwards? Have you ever detonated a large explosive device at 1,900 feet and seen a depression in the ground?

  249. @Sparkon

    With satiric wisdom, Sparkon wrote: “Here at last we have convincing evidence that Hollywood gassed its own people.”

    Dig it, thank you!

  250. annamaria says:
    @steinbergfeldwitzcohen

    The zionized US government is filled with white the white “native-born” men and women. The zionist predators work hand-in-glove with Brennans, Haydens, Cheneys, Clintons and such.
    For the US, the gravest problem is that it is impossible to put the word “patriotism” in the same sentence with the names of the main administrators of the US such as Brennan, Hayden, Cheney, Bush, Obama, Clintons and their always obliging retinue of lesser administrators. These seekers of personal comforts have been literally killing countless human beings (including a multitude of children of all ages) to support their lifestyle.
    The triumph of zionists in the US is a good indicator that the US “head” (government and the military) have been badly infected by opportunists at all levels.

    What can be done towards the traitorous Cheney and his enriched family? What can be done towards the traitorous Clintons and Bushes and their enriched families? Why John Yoo has been occupying a position at a university instead of rotting in a prison for the numerous and grave violations of the US Constitution, committed under Cheney’s guidance?

    What should be done to Clinton and Obama after this became known?: “The document shows that as early as 2012, U.S. intelligence predicted the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL or ISIS), but instead of clearly delineating the group as an enemy, the report envisions the terror group as a U.S. strategic asset.”

    — Happy 9/11, Mr. Obama, Mr. Cheney, and Mrs. Clinton!

  251. annamaria says:
    @APilgrim

    “We have conquered and dominated IRAN before. We can do it again, if WE choose.”

    Who are these “WE,” APilgrim? — The parasites of zionist persuasion? They are not Americans — they are Israel-firsters.

    How about the revival of Nazism under the watchful eye of the US State Department and the principal participation of the Kagans’ clan in this revival? https://grayzoneproject.com/2018/04/07/the-us-is-arming-and-assisting-neo-nazis-in-ukraine-while-congress-debates-prohibition/
    “According to Lower Class Magazine (http://lowerclassmag.com/2016/08/bruderschaft-der-rassisten-und-antisemiten/, a leftist German publication, Azov battalion maintains a semi-underground outfit called the “Misanthropic Division” that recruits heavily among the ranks of neo-Nazi youth in France, Germany and Scandinavia. Foreign fighters are promised training with heavy weapons, including tanks, at Ukrainian camps filled with fascist fellow travelers. They even include military veterans like Mikael Skillit, a Swedish former army sniper turned neo-Nazi volunteer for Azov. “After World War Two, the victors wrote their history,” Skillit told the BBC. “They decided that it’s always a bad thing to say I am white and I am proud.”

    Foreign Azov volunteers are driven by the call of the “Reconquista,” or the mission to place eastern European nations under the control of a white supremacist dictatorship modeled after the Nazi Reichskommissariat dictatorship that ruled Ukraine during World War II. The mission is promoted effusively by Azov’s chief ideologue, Andriy Biletsky, a veteran fascist organizer who leads the Social National Assembly in Ukraine’s parliament. Biletsky’s assembly has pledged to outlaw interracial contacts and vowed “to prepare Ukraine for further expansion and to struggle for the liberation of the entire White Race from the domination of the internationalist speculative capital.”

    – Do you, APilgrim, have a word for the Anti-Defamation League and the Simon Wiesenthal Center? These two noisy and well-to-do organizations are dead silent about the revival of Nazism in eastern Europe. We have got it; the “lessons of the Holocaust for future generations” refer strictly to the holo-biz of financial compensation for the alleged “incomparable sufferings,” as well as collecting good money for the staff at the Anti-Defamation League and the Simon Wiesenthal Center.

    “…the Texas-based AirTronic company announced a contract to deliver $5.5 million dollars worth of PSRL-1 rocket propelled grenade launchers to “an Allied European military customer.” In June 2017, photos turned up on Azov’s website showing its fighters testing PSRL-1 grenade launchers in the field….

    Azov supporters held a torchlit rally in Lviv, in honor of General Roman Shukhevych, the late commander of the UPA insurgent militia that helped massacre thousands of Jews in Lviv. … During the festival, neo-Nazis tossed a molotov cocktail into a local synagogue and vandalized the Jewish house of worship with graffiti reading, “Yids, remember July 1 [the date of the Lviv massacre].”
    – This is an amazing achievement of the Kagans’ clan! https://larouchepac.com/20150214/nulands-nazis

    – Again, why the US and the Russian Federation should be afraid of Iran, a country famous for its cultural achievements and the superb genetic material? The ongoing slaughter in the Middle East has been following the Oded Yinon Plan for Eretz Israel. The ongoing revival of Nazism in eastern Europe has been following PNAC designed by Kristol and Kagan.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
    , @Anon
  252. Corvinus says:
    @CalDre

    “Israel arranged for a Russian spy plane to be shot out of the sky in international waters.”

    Allegedly.

    “US ambassador to NATO warned it would bomb Russian defensive installations inside Russia.”

    Exactly, a warning. Will that warning be turned into direct, perpetual action?

    “The Evil Empire is an uncontrolled madman. It doesn’t need an itchy finger because it is inherently and profoundly aggressive, destructive, belligerent and barbarian.”

    That would be more Fake News. Again, the leaders of our nation, Russia, and China in the end are not going to risk nuclear annihilation of the human race. It’s mere posturing and empty threats.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  253. @annamaria

    Hi annamaria!

    No surprise, regarding article below, Pompeo seeking a pretext for ZUS war against Iran.

    https://news.antiwar.com/2018/10/03/pompeo-says-iran-is-source-of-threats-to-americans-in-iraq/

  254. didi says:
    @jconsley

    You make several excellent points. There was once a time when world trade was based on gold as the reserve currency. It ran into devastating shipwreck because of hoarding by the central banks of France, Germany, and GB and our Federal Treasury. Also because not enough gold was mined to keep up with the printing of dollars, marks, pounds, francs etc. It was replaced during/after WW2 by the Bretton Woods Agreement which did not yet make the dollar the reserve currency of the world trade and finances. That happened gradually simply because our GDP is the largest of the world.
    World trade may have reached a point at which the dollar is no longer the currency which the World Bank and other central banks around the world should use as reserve currency. One sign that the system is on its way to another shipwreck is a fundamental breach of Bretton Woods. According to that agreement currencies became free to float slightly up and down. Collapses such as that of the currencies of Turkey and Venezuela against the dollar should not happen. The reason is of course that the value of currencies against the dollar is determined not only by GDP’s and trade but by politics and was too.
    You are correct that the establishment of a method to circumvent the dollar will cause economic havoc here. A responsible US government ought therefore to call for an international conference on currencies and trade before it is too late.

  255. @Corvinus

    “‘Israel arranged for a Russian spy plane to be shot out of the sky in international waters.’

    Allegedly.”

    Apparently.

    “‘US ambassador to NATO warned it would bomb Russian defensive installations inside Russia.’

    Exactly, a warning. Will that warning be turned into direct, perpetual action?”

    No; more like a THREAT (among other threats).

    “‘The Evil Empire is an uncontrolled madman. It doesn’t need an itchy finger because it is inherently and profoundly aggressive, destructive, belligerent and barbarian.’

    That would be more Fake News.”

    On the contrary, the robust historical record reveals it to be fact. Let’s face it if a private person in this society acted the way the U.S. government acts in the world today, that person would be institutionalized somewhere or already executed for his crimes.

    “Again, the leaders of our nation, Russia, and China in the end are not going to risk nuclear annihilation of the human race.”

    All in your subjective opinion, that is. First, our nation doesn’t have “leaders”; it has Satanic, demon-possessed jew puppet rulers, who take orders from Satanic, demon-possessed jewish-supremacist madmen. Second, such demon-possessed madmen don’t act rationally; of course they would risk planetary extinction.

    “It’s mere posturing and empty threats.”

    Says you. The threatened party might not see the situation the same way you do from the safety and security of your Mom’s basement.

    I dare you to do a little real-world experiment: Find a cop and wave a realistic looking toy gun at him while making “empty threats.” I’ll predict that if you act like a nut case the cop will think you actually are a nut case and will put you down before you can squeeze off an imaginary round from your toy gun.

    Likewise, the U.S. government has Aegis Ashore missile launchers deployed near Russia’s borders while it makes threats and acts like the coterie of demon-possessed madmen that it actually is. The U.S. government is risking nuclear war.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  256. annamaria says:

    A nice addition to Awan brothers’ open access to the congressional computers (thanks, Debbie Schultz-Wasserman): https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-04/explosive-report-details-chinese-infiltration-apple-amazon-and-cia
    “Nested on the servers’ motherboards, the testers found a tiny microchip, not much bigger than a grain of rice, that wasn’t part of the boards’ original design. … Elemental’s servers could be found in Department of Defense data centers, the CIA’s drone operations, and the onboard networks of Navy warships. And Elemental was just one of hundreds of Supermicro customers.”

    But the most important case of infiltration is still forbidden for discussion:
    (1993) “C.I.A. Chief Says Israel Has Been Selling Advanced Military Technology To China For Over A Decade:” https://www.nytimes.com/1993/10/12/world/israel-selling-china-military-technology-cia-chief-asserts.html
    “Israel has sold advanced military technology to China for more than a decade and is moving to expand its cooperation with Beijing, says R. James Woolsey, the Director of Central Intelligence.”

    (2007) “Israel Flagged As Top Spy Threat To U.S. In New NSA/Snowden Document:”

    https://www.newsweek.com/israel-flagged-top-spy-threat-us-new-snowdennsa-document-262991

    (2013) “U.S. Furious With Israel For Selling Advanced Military Technology To China:” https://www.algemeiner.com/2013/12/22/u-s-furious-with-israel-after-sale-of-advanced-military-technology-to-china/
    “The Israeli Defense Ministry’s Head of Defense Export Control, Meir Shalit, resigned last week after the United States expressed anger over a decision he made to sell sensitive military equipment to China, Israeli daily Ma’ariv reported on Sunday. At the time, Shalit did not provide a reason for his resignation. Washington asserted that his authorization of the sale of a miniature cooling system for missiles was in direct violation of Israel’s preexisting obligations to the United States.”

    “Israeli spies have done more harm and have damaged the United States more than the intelligence agents of all other countries on earth combined… They are the gravest threat to our national security.”
    — Admiral Bobby Inman
    Former Deputy Director of the CIA

    http://www.texemarrs.com/082012/sayanim_everywhere.htm

    https://www.veteranstodayarchives.com/2010/07/19/sayanim-israeli-operatives-in-the-u-s/

    (2014) “Jewish Groups Receive 94% Of DHS (Department Of Homeland Security) Grants:”

    https://forward.com/news/breaking-news/203059/jewish-groups-get-94-of-homeland-security-grants/

    “The True Cost Of Israel: U.S. Gives Israel $15 Billion A Year U.S. support goes far beyond the official numbers:” https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/the-true-cost-of-israel/

    (2016) “U.S. Gives Israel Record $38 Billion Military Aid Package:”

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-israel-statement/u-s-israel-sign-38-billion-military-aid-package-idUSKCN11K2CI

    • Replies: @tac
  257. Mike P says:

    [Dear moderator: I'd appreciate it if you could let through one final, short comment of mine. I will then stop posting on this thread. Thanks for consideration.]

    To L.K and CalDre: I have tried to give a detailed explanation, but apparently the moderator won’t permit it. Our discussion will therefore have to wait until such time the subject comes up on another thread. Best, M.

  258. @L.K

    Iran and Hezbollah Are Ready to Face Any Challenge: But Are Israel and The US Ready?

    Now, you are cooking and being positive. I refuse to give up HOPE as this Power is much, much greater than the Evil Power. When I see those people in Iraq, Syria, Iran, Hezbollah, Hamas are full of HOPE, I am amazed those in USA have given up on HOPE. I left Saker, when he wrote articles after articles saying that USA Politicians and Military Generals are brainless and nincompoop, while he is residing in Florida.

    If USA wants they can destroy Iraq, Iran, Syria, Lebanon by AIR, with their mighty Air-Force and Mega-bombs, without putting boots on ground. What you think then Iran will do? The usual pundit answer given is Iran will go after Sunni Countries and USA basses in Sunni Countries. Wrong! There are lots of Shia in Sunni Countries. Iran will go after ISISraHell. Yesterday, we had Ehud Barak on CNN taking about Shia Banana, as he couldn’t muster courage to call it Shia Crescent. He was very temped to call it Shia Kotex, but he was worried about the blow back from the feminists.

    Here is some more good news:

    Assad to Kuwaiti Paper: “Major Understanding” Reached with Arab States

    Syrian President Bashar Assad told a Kuwaiti newspaper that Syria has reached a “major understanding” with Arab states after years of hostility over the global war against the country.

    The interview in the Al-Shahed newspaper, published Wednesday, is Assad’s first with a Gulf newspaper since the war began in 2011.

    President Assad said Arab and Western delegations have begun visiting Syria to prepare for the reopening of diplomatic and other missions. Soon the war will be over, Assad told the paper’s publisher, allowing Syria to resume its pivotal role in the region.

    Syria’s membership in the 22-member Arab League was suspended in the early days of the war and Arab countries later imposed economic sanctions, but it remained resilient and triumphed over terrorism, imposing a new formula in the region.

    Assad praised Kuwait’s position regarding Syria in the interview with Al-Shahed, calling its leader “a problem solver.” …………..

    http://english.almanar.com.lb/593221

    So, stand in front of Lord today, and thank HIM for all His Blessing. The Shia Crescent is empowered, from Afghanistan (Hazaras), Yemen, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Hezbollah, and lets us not forget Hamas, and the only thing I see in my Crystal Ball is the annihilation of ISISraHell. Rejoice!

    Every week we see a new article by Dr. Philip Giraldi about gloom and doom. Wouldn’t be nice if his next week article is about Shia Crescent and Power, like the article by E. Magnier.

  259. @CalDre

    The military defeat of the Jew supremacist Apartheid ISRAELI terror state will be even easier. Oh yeah – and all of its Fifth Column traitor supporters around the world.

    LOL! I guess you are being sarcastic…

    Do a search on why General Herbert Norman Schwarzkopf Jr., the first Gulf War hero was fired by Bush Sr.? I can only find now that he asked for retirement and nothing about him being fired. If you can’t find the reason for him being fired, then I will ask brother geokat62, to do some research on it as he is very good on things like that.

    • Replies: @CalDre
  260. Corvinus says:
    @Harold Smith

    “Apparently.”

    No. allegedly. Get it straight.

    “No; more like a THREAT (among other threats).”

    No, it was a warning. And even if you desire to characterize the harsh tone as a “threat”, the fact remains that the U.S., Russia, and China will NOT drop nukes as a result of this rhetoric, nor is our world in immediate peril.

    “On the contrary, the robust historical record reveals it to be fact.”

    You are employing alternative facts here.

    “Let’s face it if a private person in this society acted the way the U.S. government acts in the world today, that person would be institutionalized somewhere or already executed for his crimes.”

    Assuming that the situation was indeed a threat. And perhaps the person may be arrested or killed depending upon the circumstances. Furthermore, it is how the U.S. AND Russia act in our world today, along with China, that gets people riled up.

    “Again, the leaders of our nation, Russia, and China in the end are not going to risk nuclear annihilation of the human race.”

    “First, our nation doesn’t have “leaders”; it has Satanic, demon-possessed jew puppet rulers, who take orders from Satanic, demon-possessed jewish-supremacist madmen. Second, such demon-possessed madmen don’t act rationally; of course they would risk planetary extinction.”

    Talk about subjective opinions!

    “I dare you to do a little real-world experiment: Find a cop and wave a realistic looking toy gun at him while making “empty threats.” I’ll predict that if you act like a nut case the cop will think you actually are a nut case and will put you down before you can squeeze off an imaginary round from your toy gun.”

    Nothing happened to me. In fact, the police officer actually laughed. So what next?

    “Likewise, the U.S. government has Aegis Ashore missile launchers deployed near Russia’s borders while it makes threats and acts like the coterie of demon-possessed madmen that it actually is. The U.S. government is risking nuclear war.”

    Actually, the risk for nuclear war is rather low, despite past and present warnings given by the U.S. and Russia, considering how past situations did not lead to a tipping point. Again, the fact remains that neither side will want to destroy their own nation as well as obliterate the human race. But apparently you are in love with doomsday scenarios.

    • Replies: @CalDre
    , @Harold Smith
  261. @geokat62

    Perhaps Hamas has recruited an actor to pretend to be Labour delegate Colin Monehen in an effort to portray him as backing the Palestinians.

    Brother geokat62,

    I very well remember the first Gulf War hero General Herbert Norman Schwarzkopf Jr. was fired by Bush Sr. And, I also remember why he was fired. But I cannot find it anymore on the internet. Can you please help me to find these references.

    Many thanks!

    • Replies: @geokat62
    , @CalDre
  262. @the grand wazoo

    The Central Banks have set up the system to be a scam. It is debt slavery…

    True, but it’s but one part of a system that’s a total scam, starting with the fraud known as the US Constitution “designed to protect our (proles’) rights,” to the churches, schooling, and propaganda organizations commonly referred to as the MSM.

    As for debt slavery, we’ve been informed that debt is no problem by a now scarce Zio-troll. Who’re we s’pposed to believe? ;)

    • Replies: @Sparkon
  263. druid says:
    @Michael7

    Agree with all, but I wish I could believe nukes are fake!

  264. druid says:
    @Winston2

    REformist branch? You know so little!

  265. annamaria says:

    The Jewish State is readying for violating, again, the sovereignty of Syria: https://www.rt.com/news/440267-israel-f35-syria-s300/
    “In recent years, Tel Aviv purchased 50 F-35 units, known in Israel by their Hebrew name, the ‘Adir,’ from Lockheed Martin, at the cost of $125 million each. Eight of the planes have already been transferred to Israel, while 33 more are expected to arrive by 2021… The coming attacks won’t be the first, but they will be safer for the pilots in light of the new reality in Syria’s skies…”

    Jewish Lebensraum is not restricted to the Middle East but extends to Ukraine:
    “Israel backs far-right coup in Ukraine:” https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2014/03/18/isra-m18.html
    “The government of Israeli prime minister Benyamin Netanyahu is backing the fascist-led putsch… Far from opposing anti-Semitism and defending Ukrainian Jews from the neo-Nazi parties that have joined the new coalition government, Israel is doing its best to deny that any such threat exists.”

    “How the Israel lobby helped protect the neo-Nazis of Ukraine:” https://www.sott.net/article/289219-Israel-shows-its-hand-How-the-Israel-lobby-helped-protect-the-neo-Nazis-of-Ukraine

    “This Is the Real, Americanized and Nazi-Dominated Ukraine:” https://www.21cir.com/2018/08/this-is-the-real-americanized-nazi-dominated-ukraine/
    “That article focuses upon Israel’s strong support for the racist-fascist Government of Ukraine. … It’s Israeli nazis, against Russians, not against Jews, aiming to conquer ultimately Russia.”

    — The first Jewish prime minister of Ukraine Groysman (Yiddish: וואָלאָדימיר באָריסאָוויטש גרויסמאַן‎) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volodymyr_Groysman.
    “The role of Jewish figures and that of the State of Israel in the Ukrainian crisis has not gone unnoticed considering that this community represents less than 1 percent of the population.”

    http://americanfreepress.net/mossad-mercenaries-believed-responsible-for-ukraine-massacre/

    ‘Kolomoyskyi is a bloody butcher in the tradition of Ukraine’s Soviet commissars and has raised money from pro-Israel groups to finance the assassination of Ukrainian officials that support Russia.”

  266. Sparkon says:
    @jacques sheete

    We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

    Not bad, eh? Among the goals of the more perfect Union cited in the Preamble, Justice came first, and only ‘defense’ was not capitalized.

    The big problem has been in establishing Justice. Where there is a double standard there can be no Justice. Those with the gold not only make the rules, but also hire the best lawyers. Our Constitutional Republic is in fact a thinly veiled fascist oligarchy. There can be no Justice when there is a privileged class exempt from the rules.

    And so the Commander in Chief can twiddle his thumbs instead of taking action to defend the nation when it is under attack, the mayor of NYC is free to destroy evidence, the acting Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff is free to give conflicting reports about his whereabouts and actions on 9/11, and the National Security Advisor is free to purge, or edit her previous remarks to pretend she never said it before testifying to the 9/11 Commission, whose chairman claimed they were set up to fail.

    Our Constitution would be good enough if only we could establish Justice.

  267. druid says:
    @Moi

    That’s it! The bottom of her!

  268. druid says:
    @renfro

    911 was an inside job! To say it’ Sunni is really being ignorant!

  269. CalDre says:
    @Jeffery Cohen

    Yes, sarcasm indeed.

    Can’t recall if it was Schwartkopf but the original general was fired by the Jew supremacists when he pointed out conquering Iraq would be far more difficult and expensive than the Jew supremacists misled the public it would be.

  270. CalDre says:
    @Corvinus

    No, it was a warning. And even if you desire to characterize the harsh tone as a “threat”

    It was obviously a threat, and you have no idea how the other side will respond to protect itself from this clearly criminal threat. Now, you are correct that this by itself is not a nuclear war threat, but it’s amazing how small things can escalate. Now if Russia sees NATO warplanes heading for its missiles, it may mistake it as an attack and shoot them down, which leads to XXX, which leads to YYY, which leads to …. which leads to a tatical nuclear weapon being used, which leads to …. which leads to end of life on Earth.

    You are quite ready to dismiss the dangerous destabilizations effected by the Evil Empire. Because you worship the Beast.

    Nothing happened to me.

    You are a liar. That having been proven, no need to proceed, as debating with liars is always a waste of time.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  271. @Sparkon

    Sparkon said to Jacques Sheete: “Our Constitution would be good enough if only we could establish Justice.”

    Scranton greetings, Sparkon!

    Regarding your wise sentence above, fyi, in Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s great essay, “Repentance and The Life of Nations” (1st paragraph) the Russian dissident wrote something remarkably similar.

    Not having Solzhenitsyn’s book of essays, “Under the Rubble,” presently at hand, but he quoted St. Augustine as having written something to the effect, “government without justice is robbery.”

    Excellent comment, Sparkon! Thanks.

    Selah, The Complete Idiots Guide to Constitutions With Real Hebrew News Justice.

  272. “Nor would Iran have any such weapons in the future but for the fact that Trump has backed out of the agreement to monitor and inspect Iranian nuclear research and development, which will, if anything, motivate Tehran to develop weapons to protect itself.”

    Actually, Iran won’t do that. Iran – or at least Iran’s leaders, including Khameini – have no interest in nuclear weapons. Iran also has no “use case” for nuclear weapons. They recognize that it would be impossible to develop nuclear weapons fast enough to 1) have more than Israel, let alone the US, and 2) avoid being attacked by the US and Israel before they could have deliverable nuclear weapons.

    Nuclear weapons are only useful if 1) you have enough of them to be a credible existential threat to your enemies, and 2) you can develop them before you are attacked by those enemies.

    Only Russia and China are credible threats to the US and could develop their arsenals unmolested because of their massive conventional deterrent. India and Pakistan are also credible but only to each other. Israel developed theirs under a protective umbrella provided by the US. North Korea was threatened with attack by the US precisely because they did not meet the criteria and the few nukes they have would not deter the US from attacking if South Korea had not intervened and initiated a diplomatic resolution.

    Iran has no nuclear weapons program and will never have one unless an existential threat, such as Saddam Hussein represented, appears. Israel does not qualify as the international community would not allow Israel to initiate a nuclear attack on Iran without severe consequences. Even the US probably would not initiate a nuclear attack on Iran without first being attacked with nukes, due to geopolitical considerations. So Iran at the moment has no nuclear enemies who could unilaterally attack Iran with nuclear weapons. And without a large enough nuclear arsenal to be an existential threat to the enemies they do have – the US and Israel – they have no need for them. They are aware of that and have repeatedly said so.

  273. geokat62 says:
    @Jeffery Cohen

    I very well remember the first Gulf War hero General Herbert Norman Schwarzkopf Jr. was fired by Bush Sr.

    Hey, JC. I did a quick search, and I too came away empty handed. I must admit that I wasn’t aware that this had taken place… a complete surprise to me. Could it be you may have been thinking of General Petraeus, instead?

  274. tac says:
    @Z-man

    let’s see what Donald has in store after the mid terms

    Wake up! Trump was/is a TOTAL ISRAELI STOOGE! The majority of his cabinet is the who’s who of the Zionist world. Trump is a sellout as much as the feckless CONgress is.

    Jewish Insider just reported on a dinner in New York at which Trump officials unveiled their peace proposals to “influential leaders across the political spectrum.” And who was at that dinner? Paul Singer the neoconservative Republican donor, and Haim Saban the Democratic one. Along with a bunch of hard-core Israel supporters, from neocons like Elliott Abrams to Clintonites Mark Indyk and Gary Ginsberg (who wrote speeches for Netanyahu even as a media exec).

    https://mondoweiss.net/2018/09/adelsons-possibility-palestinian/

    What Trump doesn’t tell his readers is what the late Andrew St. George reported in The Spotlight on October 30, 1978 (and in the previous September 25, 1978, issue): Resorts International was established and controlled by front men for the Rockefeller and Rothschild families and their “enforcers” in the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and its allied intelligence agency, Israel’s Mossad.

    What made the report so explosive was that this newspaper pointed out that the illegally rigged casinos were being operated with the collusion of “respectable” politicians, law enforcement officials, Wall Street financiers who floated loans to finance the gambling resorts and the high-profile gambling resort operators themselves.

    St. George pointed out that many of these casino resorts run by the mob through a variety of front men have actually been engaged in a de facto partnership with behind-the-scenes mobsters who have assisted the CIA and the Mossad in massive laundering of drug and gambling profits that have been channeled into covert operations of the two allied
    intelligence agencies.

    http://americanfreepress.net/who-towers-behind-trump/

    Trump is seen as their pliant puppet who will advance Jewish interests, both in Israel and in the rest of the world, giving them Greater Israel as well as global hegemony. He is 100 per cent their man, or they would not have thrown their weight behind him so energetically.
    [...]
    The writing is on the wall, and only the blind can fail to see it.

    https://www.darkmoon.me/2017/zionist-puppet-donald-trump-and-his-emerging-new-world-order-includes-4-minute-video/

    https://soulinthehologram.wordpress.com/2018/04/17/trump-and-pence-are-sock-puppets-of-israel/

    The way this administration is fomenting instability, conflict, and posturing in an all time high a war-footing unlike any before all the while isolating it from virtually the entire civilized world, yet you seem concerned about the mid-elections. Really?…..There is not choice, there may not be much left of the world the way this is shaping up to be. Did you receive the new ‘Presidential test announcement’ yesterday on your cell phone? I wonder what will it alert us to in the near future?

    • Agree: renfro, CalDre
    • Replies: @Z-man
  275. peterAUS says:
    @geokat62

    This comment thread is getting hilarious.

    First we had people believing that nuclear weapons don’t exist.

    And now we can see that people who are so keen on…ahm….discussing/debating geopolitics, strategy, M.E. and such both don’t know and, worse, can’t even find out why Schwarzkopf retired.

    Makes sense.

    This thread IS a very nice refresher re people around us.
    It could even feel as “less one knows louder/more he/she yells”.

    No wonder we are where we are.

    • Replies: @jacques sheete
  276. tac says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    People, it seems really have no choice, nothing to resort to as to address their displeasure at the despicable behavior and the sheer arrogance with which they rule in our name. These people are truly blind as to the lasting consequences of the ruling will have, especially in foreign policy.

    Notice how these slimy worms in CONgress slipped this act in one day after 9/11 anniversary (under radar and in wake of the anniversary giving the image that it is a necessary part of the aftermath, the so-callled: ‘The War on Terror’). If that is not another slap in the face to the memory of all those who where maimed and murdered on that day and in the ensuing years, I do not what is. The people is simply putrid filth!

  277. tac says:
    @geokat62

    These organizations could care less if groups protested in front of them. They would probably label the protesters as anti-semities in turn. If one’s own elected representatives do not care to listen to their own constituents these groups are much less likely to do so. We are beyond that point I’m afraid.

  278. @geokat62

    Hey geokat!

    As Pat Buchanan accurately summed up Saddam Hussein’s Desert Storm defeat as a mere “turkey shoot,” what is not a surprise (for me) was how the Corporate Media hailed General Stormin’ Norman as a “hero” and then Americans bought into such a gross character-exaggeration.

    Uh, seriously, so what if Papa Bush “fired” General Schwarzkopf?

    Figure the more interesting possible find would be a determination about Stormin’ Norman’s subsequent employer, er, maybe Zio think-tank/board/lobbyist affiliations? The dynamic & heroic Sliding-Door Syndrome! A.k.a., Golden Parachute Phenomenon.

    Nonetheless, thanks for making an attempt with J.C.’s inquiry, geo.

    Selah, old New World Order Generals never die, they just get absorbed into the Military-Industrial-Security Complex.

  279. Corvinus says:
    @CalDre

    “It was obviously a threat…”

    No, it was a warning. Please be accurate.

    “and you have no idea how the other side will respond to protect itself from this clearly criminal threat.”

    Of course we have an idea. Warnings are made by either side, then there are strong words in response, and…nothing comes out of it. Nuclear holocaust is NOT on the table. Even Trump and Putin are not that stupid, nor are they suicidal.

    “Now if Russia sees NATO warplanes heading for its missiles, it may mistake it as an attack and shoot them down, which leads to XXX, which leads to YYY, which leads to …. which leads to a tatical nuclear weapon being used, which leads to …. which leads to end of life on Earth.”

    You have watched way too many war movies. Calm down, Chicken Little.

    “You are quite ready to dismiss the dangerous destabilizations effected by the Evil Empire.”

    Assuming that these things are indeed “dangerous destabilizations”. You have a knack for being overly dramatic.

    “Because you worship the Beast.”

    Which one?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Beast_(nickname)

    “You are a liar. That having been proven, no need to proceed, as debating with liars is always a waste of time.”

    All your lies are belong to us.

    • Replies: @CalDre
  280. tac says:
    @renfro

    you have to go after the politicians first as traitors…..you have to get in their face and call them traitors and use one of the hundreds of examples we have of their putting Israel ahead of Americans.

    Preferably on live TV and/or while recording and uploading it to social media.

    Bottom line and please believe me, you have to get the politicians first and put the fear of God in them so they see the specter of losing their careers over being labeled as traitors.

    Traitor trumps antisemite every day of the week in every country in the world, always has, always will..cause there is no hate like the hate people have for being betrayed by the leaders of their own country.

    It seems peoples of the past understood that:

  281. Z-man says:
    @tac

    I’m awake boy, I’m just giving Donald a benefit of a doubt. And most of your links are worthless.

    • Replies: @renfro
    , @tac
    , @Paul C.
  282. @Sparkon

    Our Constitution would be good enough if only we could establish Justice.

    With that you ruined a perfectly excellent comment. Please consider that if we could establish justice, we wouldn’t need any of that. Like I said, the whole thing is a scam and like you said, we have a thinly veiled fascist, (kleptocratic, plutocratic) oligarchy …hiding behind high sounding pretexts.

    It’s all BS from top to bottom, and I stand in awe that such a steaming pile of dung can stand and stink so long.

    • Replies: @Sparkon
  283. @peterAUS

    It could even feel as “less one knows louder/more he/she yells”.

    I have that complaint about the vast majority of scribblers, too, who clearly suffer from a severe cases of cacoethes scribendi, the present author especially excepted. Thank Gawd for PG!

  284. renfro says:
    @Z-man

    I’m awake boy, I’m just giving Donald a benefit of a doubt

    If you are still giving Donald the benefit of a doubt you are definitely not awake. Or paying attention to everything he is doing.
    Then again maybe you like his adding another 1.2 trillion to our debt already is good.
    Maybe you think redirecting funds from the veterans adm hospital to ICE is peachy.
    Or maybe you like his selling off 39% of the US emergency oil reserves.
    Or his planning with Saudi and WS investors to sell them the contracts to build US infrastructure and then own bridges and highways and charge tolls as a very guaranteed money stream.
    Or his plan to sell off the US Park wild lands to real estate developers.
    Maybe you love the way he has staffed and appointed 90% Netanyahu Jews to US gov offices.
    I could go on.

    You know I could understand people being fooled by trump in the beginning but anyone who still is is very foolish. Between the Trumpers and the Never Trumpers you’ll all be living in the land of the walking dead soon enough if this insanity continues.

    • Disagree: Z-man
  285. tac says:
    @annamaria

    RE: the alleged embedded chip on server motherboards,

    Yet the companies in this Bloomberg article deny the existence of this ‘Chinese chip’:

    Amazon

    It’s also untrue that AWS knew about servers containing malicious chips or modifications in data centers based in China, or that AWS worked with the FBI to investigate or provide data about malicious hardware.

    We’ve re-reviewed our records relating to the Elemental acquisition for any issues related to SuperMicro, including re-examining a third-party security audit that we conducted in 2015 as part of our due diligence prior to the acquisition. We’ve found no evidence to support claims of malicious chips or hardware modifications.

    Apple

    Over the course of the past year, Bloomberg has contacted us multiple times with claims, sometimes vague and sometimes elaborate, of an alleged security incident at Apple. Each time, we have conducted rigorous internal investigations based on their inquiries and each time we have found absolutely no evidence to support any of them. We have repeatedly and consistently offered factual responses, on the record, refuting virtually every aspect of Bloomberg’s story relating to Apple.

    On this we can be very clear: Apple has never found malicious chips, “hardware manipulations” or vulnerabilities purposely planted in any server. Apple never had any contact with the FBI or any other agency about such an incident.

    Supermicro

    However, we have not been in contact with any government agency regarding the issues you raised.

    Furthermore, Supermicro doesn’t design or manufacture networking chips or the associated firmware and we, as well as other leading server/storage companies, procure them from the same leading networking companies.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-10-04/the-big-hack-amazon-apple-supermicro-and-beijing-respond

    On the topic of Ukraine (Donetsk):

    Capt. Paul Barril: “We know who killed Alexander Zakharchenko.”

    [...] I know who killed Alexander Zakharchenko in Donetsk. This was done by the 3rd Special Operations Regiment of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine. Training was provided by US instructors at the Khmelnitsky Training Centre, one of their bases in Ukraine.

    https://off-guardian.org/2018/10/04/capt-paul-barril-we-know-who-killed-alexander-zakharchenko/

    Note To NATO – You Don’t “Take Out” Missiles Without Having A War
    [...]
    So what is the ambassador going to do? Bomb Russia over a disagreement about the technical specification of a potential new missile that is not even deployed yet?

    This nonsense comes just days after the U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke suggested that the U.S. Navy might blockade Russia’s energy trade.
    [...]
    One hopes that the ambassador erred in her “take out” response. Otherwise Russia will probably consider to “take out” the ABM assets the U.S. deploys over Europe. That would surely produce a lot of frightening content for the Express’ “World War3″ category.

    http://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/10/note-to-nato-you-dont-take-out-missiles-without-having-a-war-.html#more

    • Replies: @annamaria
  286. tac says:
    @Z-man

    And most of your links are worthless.

    Kindly point out what is false and refute it….

    • Replies: @Z-man
  287. @geokat62

    Hey Brother geo!

    I figure Jeffery Cohen might get fired up by listening to the late-General Schwarzkopf’s acclaimed press conference, below.

    Appears evident that although Iraqi “boots on ground” forces outnumbered the air-superior Coalition forces, the evil dictator still managed to have a “Hussein’s Last Stand,” similar to that of outnumbered General George Custer.

    Thank you! Uh…, too bad heroic Americans, Sitting Bull and White Cloud, could not do $60,000 speeches?

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  288. CalDre says:
    @Jeffery Cohen

    Schwarzkopf wasn’t fired. He retired after Gulf War I in 1991, and was not on active duty during Bush’s Iraq War 2.0.

    You are probably thinking of Gen. Eric K. Shinseki, who estimated several 100,000 troops would be needed to occupy Iraq post-War (contrary to the neo-con estimate of 100,000). He wasn’t fired but retired, perhaps under pressure but perhaps not.

  289. CalDre says:
    @Corvinus

    No, it was a warning. Please be accurate.

    I suppose in your mind there is some difference. I suppose me yelling to your face “If you don’t shut up I’m going to smack you” while I have my fists locked and loaded (or “If you don’t give me all your money now I’m going to shoot you” with a loaded gun pointed at you) would be a “warning” and not a “threat” because, well, they’re different, and so of course you would have no right to defend yourself in either case.

    Warnings are made by either side

    So when exactly has Russia “warned” it’s going to bomb the US if it doesn’t, say, remove its ABM system from Poland?

    Even Trump and Putin are not that stupid, nor are they suicidal.

    Never mind that neo-cons write papers where they claim to be able to win a nuclear strike. Never mind that US is putting ABM system in Poland and elsewhere, all around Russia, to be able to survive a first strike. No, you, a man of obviously great intelllect, thinks not, so clearly nobody else, including Russian MoD, will think so. Because when it comes to defending Russia, your opinion is all that matters to Russia decision-makers.

    You know what? You are far, far, far too stupid or trolling to debate with. I don’t mean that as an insult but either you are trolling just to waste other people’s time or you are just proceeding in bad faith and don’t give a crap. In either case, Bye-bye. You’re on ignore.

  290. Corvinus says:

    “I suppose in your mind there is some difference. I suppose me yelling to your face “If you don’t shut up I’m going to smack you” while I have my fists locked and loaded (or “If you don’t give me all your money now I’m going to shoot you” with a loaded gun pointed at you) would be a “warning” and not a “threat” because, well, they’re different, and so of course you would have no right to defend yourself in either case.”

    LOL. You are getting triggered. Listen, I never said that Russia does not have the liberty to protect itself, YOU made that insinuation. Regardless, in these two scenarios you provided, there is the warning that if a certain action is other than taken, a reaction will follow. Now, the point here is will that person follow through? Clearly, over the decades, both the U.S. and Russia have warned each other repeatedly…and there has not been a quick escalation leading to nuclear war, sans the 1963 Cuban Missile Crisis.

    “Because when it comes to defending Russia, your opinion is all that matters to Russia decision-makers.”

    You are going off the rails here. I never made any such determination.

    “I don’t mean that as an insult but either you are trolling just to waste other people’s time or you are just proceeding in bad faith and don’t give a crap.

    LOL. No, I’m not trolling. I’m simply calling out the simple truth is that the leaders of America and the leaders of Russia, despite their warnings, are not willing to take it matters to the point of nuclear holocaust.

    “In either case, Bye-bye. You’re on ignore.”

    So, is that a threat or a warning?

  291. Sparkon says:
    @jacques sheete

    That’s where you and I differ Jacques Sheete.

    You say

    Please consider that if we could establish justice, we wouldn’t need any of that.

    Really? How would that work? With a show of hands from the mob?

    You want to throw out the baby with the dirty diapers, junk the car because there’s no oil in the crankcase, throw out the Constitution because we can’t establish Justice, but I see that as the road to chaos and ruin, plus the baby wouldn’t like it.

    First, let’s establish Justice, and then see what happens. Life might be pretty good with all the crooks in the slammer, and no more scams, frauds, or false flags to mislead us.

    I say put some oil in the crankcase to lubricate the wheels of justice before we assign the American Beauty to the junk heap.

    The Word is what separates men from all the other snarling beasts of the jungle, although H. sapiens still has one foot in the bush, and some men still can’t understand plain English.

    Our laws are the word, and those laws are on the books. All we need are a few many good men with the honesty, courage, and determination to enforce those laws and put the criminals behind bars. The laws will work to our advantage only if we the people insist that they are fully and fairly enforced.

    Tough work but we can do it.

    Meanwhile, it’s still a free country, and you’re entirely at liberty to kvetch and bitch to your heart’s content, of course, and wallow in your despair, but I choose to seek viable solutions that will bring good results, and the first step is to establish justice, even if the thought ruins your day, or my comment.

    • Agree: renfro, Jeffery Cohen
  292. @Corvinus

    “No. allegedly. Get it straight.”

    No, it’s apparent. Quit dissembling. From the information in the public domain, it’s *apparent* that the jewish-supremacist madmen intended that the IL-20 be downed; (this is true regardless of which organ actually fired the missile that brought it down).

    “No, it was a warning.”

    Whether or not such statements can reasonably be characterized as a “warning” or as a “threat” depends on the choice of words and the context. The choice of words is of course undiplomatic, and a “warning” is implicative of good faith, of which the lying U.S. “government” has none.

    (1) Since the U.S. “government” (which has a history of lying about the non-existent weapons programs of other countries) refuses to provide evidence to support its claim; and (2) since the U.S. “government” appears to be violating the treaty itself (i.e. Aegis Ashore missile launchers in Romania and Poland violate the treaty); and (3) since the U.S. “government” refuses to negotiate the issue with Russia – it’s clear that the U.S. “government” has no moral or legal standing to warn Russia about anything; therefore it cannot be construed as anything other than a threat from a bully, intended as a provocation.

    “And even if you desire to characterize the harsh tone as a “threat”, the fact remains that the U.S., Russia, and China will NOT drop nukes as a result of this rhetoric…”

    Well that’s your strawman not mine, so have your way with it. I’ll just take the liberty to point out that this particular threat doesn’t exist in a vacuum; it’s part of the larger plan involving serial provocations and threats – intended to be taken as an ultimatum – whereby Russia must either surrender its sovereignty and start taking orders or go to war.

    “…nor is our world in immediate peril.”

    In your ill-considered opinion that is. So Russia’s arsenal is just for decoration? It will keep backing down and ultimately surrender its sovereignty rather than fight?

    “Talk about subjective opinions!”

    ROTFL! Talk about being contrary! Unlike yours, my opinions are based on common sense reasoning applied to self-evident/generally accepted facts.

    For example, a few years ago, Putin said: “‘Fifty years ago, the streets of Leningrad taught me one thing: If a fight’s inevitable, you must strike first” (as translated by BuzzFeed reporter Max Seddon).

    Taking this statement at face value, it’s quite clear that unless the corrupt “West” stops its ever-escalating provocations and threats against Russia, the time will come – perhaps very soon – where Russia will have no choice but to strike first, just like Putin implied, and the nuclear war will be on.

    That the U.S. “government” and the European vassal states would risk planetary extinction in this manner preponderantly proves (to any reasonable person at least) that we’re dealing with demon-possessed madmen here.

    “Nothing happened to me. In fact, the police officer actually laughed. So what next?”

    I was about ready to remind readers of your dishonesty, but your use of the word “laughed” gives me pause. Perhaps you can try it again, but this time wear a mask to cover your face?

    “Actually, the risk for nuclear war is rather low, despite past and present warnings given by the U.S. and Russia, considering how past situations did not lead to a tipping point.”

    Actually, that’s just baseless speculation. You ignore the reality of what’s going on in the world and you pretend that there’s no such thing as “a first time for everything.”

    “Again, the fact remains that neither side will want to destroy their own nation as well as obliterate the human race.

    Again, the fact remains that the “West” is run by Satanic, demon-possessed madmen. Are you so blind you cannot see that the corrupt “West” is already destroying itself? What do madmen like Adelson, Netanyahu, Trump, Bolton, etc., care about “their own nation”?

    “But apparently you are in love with doomsday scenarios.”

    What a ridiculous thing to say. Any reasonable person can see that unless Russia surrenders or the “West” gives up on its agenda of complete world domination and control, there is going to be a big war, which will most likely become a nuclear war at some point.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  293. Z-man says:
    @tac

    Irrelevant post from that ‘Amer.free.press’ link and that ‘darkmoon’ link is garbage.

  294. Please moderator, was my earlier post praising this article by Giraldi received? If so, why is it not posted?

    Jim Bacque
    Penetanguishene ON

    • Replies: @renfro
  295. annamaria says:
    @tac

    The senile Hutchison and senile Zenke dutifully channeled the Jewish State’s displeasure with Russians’ defense of Syria: “US Openly Threatens Russia With War: Goodbye Diplomacy, Hello Stone Age” https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-04/us-openly-threatens-russia-war-goodbye-diplomacy-hello-stone-age

    “According to her [Hutchison] statement, Washington is ready to use force against Russia. …
    Moscow has many times claimed that Washington was in violation, and that position has been substantiated. For instance, the Aegis Ashore system, which has been installed in Romania and is to be deployed in Poland, uses the Mk-41 launcher that is capable of firing intermediate-range Tomahawk missiles. This is a flagrant breach of the INF Treaty. The fact is undeniable. …

    Speaking on Sept. 28 at an industry event in Pennsylvania hosted by the Consumer Energy Alliance [aka Thugs for Fracking], Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke suggested that the US Navy could be used to impose a blockade to restrict Russia’s energy trade. “The United States has that ability, with our Navy, to make sure the sea lanes are open, and, if necessary, to blockade… to make sure that their energy does not go to market.” …

    A blockade is a hostile act that would be countered with force, and the US is well aware of this. … This brings to mind the fact that the Interdiction and Modernization of Sanctions Act has passed the House of Representatives. The legislation includes the authority to inspect Chinese, Iranian, Syrian, and Russian ports. … This is an openly hostile act and a blatant violation of international law. If the bill becomes law, it will likely start a war with the US acting as the aggressor. …

    Russia is not the only country to be threatened with war. Attempts are being made to intimidate China as well. Tensions are running high in the South China Sea, where US and Chinese ships had an “unsafe” interaction with each other on Sept. 30.”

    — The US government exposes a complete lack of decency by showing the total obedience to the holo-biz mythologists and warmongers obsessed with Jewish Lebensraum in the Middle East and beyond. The unholy alliance of zionists, banksters, and MIC is readying for bringing the ultimate fruit of total annihilation.

    • Replies: @Z-man
  296. renfro says:
    @james bacque

    I am not a moderator but noticed you have a comment up above- No. 174 Oct 3- is that it?

  297. “The Problem In The Middle East Began With The Creation Of The State Of Israel” Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad

    Time to end it and save the world from WW3.

    • Agree: Z-man
    • Replies: @Sergey Krieger
  298. @Sparkon

    How would that work? With a show of hands from the mob?

    A mob is exactly what we have running the show now. A mob running the show is about all you’ll ever get running such things.

    Meanwhile, it’s still a free country, and you’re entirely at liberty to kvetch and bitch to your heart’s content, of course, and wallow in your despair, but I choose to seek viable solutions that will bring good results

    It never has been a free country.

    As for kvetching and bitching, ya gotta start somewhere; ever hear of Thomas Paine? Wallowing in despair? I call it facing reality. You choose to seek viable solutions that will bring good results? That’s mighty big of ya sir! Mighty naive, too. Plenty of ex-Commies and ex-Zionists thought similar things then they got real.

    As for the threat of chaos, that’s another bogeyman. What we have now is worse than “chaos.” Ever hear of Thomas Jefferson? Let me introduce him.

    “…crimes are very rare among [the Indians]: insomuch that were it made a question, whether no law, as among the [Indian] Americans, or too much law, as among the civilized Europeans, submits man to the greatest evil, one who has seen both conditions of existence would pronounce it to be the last: and that the sheep are happier of themselves, than under care of the wolves. It will be said, that great societies cannot exist without government. [the Indians] therefore break them into small ones.”

    Thomas Jefferson, “Notes on the State of Virginia,” Query XI, 1787

    “Societies exist under three forms, sufficiently distinguishable: 1) without government, as among our Indians; 2) under governments wherein the will of everyone has a just influence, as is the case in England in a slight degree and in our States in a great one; 3) under governments of force, as is the case in all other monarchies and in most of the other republics … It is a problem, not clear in my mind, that the first condition is not the best.

    Thomas Jefferson, Letter to James Madison, Paris, January 30, 1787

    Contrary to popular fantasies, government is not the Messiah. In fact, there is no Messiah and freedom is a do-it-yourself project despite the standard narrative. You may furthermore do yourself a favor by not assuming that the only thing being done is kvetching and bitching. What do you think Mr Unz, for instance, is trying to accomplish here?. Some call it educating. Ever hear of Thomas Paine?

    • Replies: @Sparkon
  299. @geokat62

    Hey, JC. I did a quick search, and I too came away empty handed. I must admit that I wasn’t aware that this had taken place… a complete surprise to me. Could it be you may have been thinking of General Petraeus, instead?

    Thank you GeoKat for doing research for me. The first Gulf War was in 1991, and it is like yesterday for me. Here is a small article, which partially references the firing of General Schwarzkopf by 41st U.S. President, George H. W. Bush.

    Coalition forces swiftly drove Iraq from Kuwait, advancing into Iraq, and reaching a cease-fire within 100 hours—controversially leaving Saddam Hussein in power. While coalition casualties were in the hundreds, Iraqi losses numbered in the tens of thousands.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2016/01/operation-desert-storm-25-years-since-the-first-gulf-war/424191/

    Basically, Bush stopped the war after 96 hours, making an excuse that he wanted to win in less than 100 hours. General Schwarzkopf openly defied the President and asked the President to give him 5 more hours to take Saddam out. Bush fired him that as a Military Man, it is not his job to interfere in the Political Decision of the President. Below Chuck’s post #293, there is one hour video where almost at the end of the video, General Schwarzkopf alludes to it. By doing so the President put a very, very deep knife in the back to both Shias and Kurds. Saddam was a very, very evil man.

    Flashback: the 1991 Iraqi revolt

    The crushing of a 1991 uprising by Shias in Iraq’s south and Kurds in the north was one of the most brutal acts of repression under Saddam Hussein.

    Human rights organisations estimate that tens of thousands of people died during the crackdown, which lasted several months. ….

    Betrayed: Many Shia feel that they were betrayed by the US administration who failed to intervene after appearing to endorse a popular rebellion.

    In February 1991, as US forces were crushing the Iraqi army and driving it out of Kuwait, former US President George Bush broadcast a message telling Iraqis that there was another way for the bloodshed to stop.

    “That is for the Iraqi military and the Iraqi people to take matters into their own hands, to force Saddam Hussein the dictator to step aside…” he said in the Voice of America broadcast.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/2888989.stm

    The 43rd President, George W. Bush did an excellent job to remove the Evil Saddam in the second Gulf War.

    Below, I will reply to Chuck’s post #293, which will shed more light on this.

    Many thanks for your help.

    • Replies: @annamaria
    , @ChuckOrloski
  300. @ChuckOrloski

    Appears evident that although Iraqi “boots on ground” forces outnumbered the air-superior Coalition forces, the evil dictator still managed to have a “Hussein’s Last Stand,” similar to that of outnumbered General George Custer.

    Dear Chuck,

    The Evil Dictator was allowed by 41st U.S. President, George H. W. Bush to have “Hussein’s Last Stand,” by the firing of General Schwarzkopf. See my above post to GeoKat. In the video there are 2 flags, USA and KSA. The GCC was part of the coalition against Saddam, and the General’s HQ was in KSA.

    I like and love Saker as a brother, but I got turned off from him that according to him all USA Politicians and Military are imbecile and nincompoop. The fifth largest army in the world of Saddam Hussein was defeated by USA in a ground war which lasted less than 100 hours.

    I believe that 43rd President is very sharp with an excellent sense of humor. Remember, he had the same people in his inner circle like his father the 41st President, such as Cheney, Rumsfeld, Powell, Rice and even Baker too. The same Deep State.

    Remember, C&D recent comment that both Sunni and Shia are cooperating with each other.

    • Replies: @NoseytheDuke
  301. @Sparkon

    The Word is what separates men from all the other snarling beasts of the jungle, although H. sapiens still has one foot in the bush, and some men still can’t understand plain English.

    Our laws are the word, and those laws are on the books.

    The Word himself is an Arab and from Middle East. All those laws are from Middle East too, and we (towel-heads) are happy to share the Word and the Laws with the West.

    • Replies: @Sparkon
  302. annamaria says:
    @Jeffery Cohen

    “The 43rd President, George W. Bush did an excellent job to remove the Evil Saddam in the second Gulf War.”
    – Only a bloody, unprincipled and supremacist zionist can glorify George W. Bush and his illegal wars of aggression in the Middle East. Close your holo-museums already. The Oded Yinon plan for Eretz Israel has produced at least 4 million dead, up to date. We — the world — have been Purimized by the Jewish Power parasite.
    Look at the Gaza Ghetto and repeat, “bibi is a very, very evil man.” Look at the destroyed Libya, Iraq and Syria and repeat, “zionists are the very, very evil men and women.”
    You being such a purist should immediately demand the blanket bombing of the Israeli army barracks and the Tel Aviv lawless governmental institutions.

    The Jewish State best achievement, all according to the Jewish battle cry, “Happy is the one who seizes your infants and dashes them against the rocks.”

    “The Supreme International Crime: the War of aggression on Iraq:”

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
    , @tac
  303. @Jeffery Cohen

    To geokat, Jeffery Cohen foolishly opined: “The 43rd President, George W. Bush did an excellent job to remove the Evil Saddam in the second Gulf War.”

    (zzZigh) Under guidelines of the Oded Yinon Plan and PNAC, indeed, international Jewry’s evil did an “excellent job” at removing the ZUSA collaborator evil dictator, the on-and-off CIA, Saddam Hussein.

    No one harmed the interests/fortunes (lives!) of the Iraqi nation-construct more than Saddam Hussein.

    In addition J. Cohen vowed: “Below, I will reply to Chuck’s post #293.”

    Above declaration, this morning, having emerged from hiding in a Scranton pothole & facing roundup by Zionized thought police, I can hardly wait. (zzzZigh)

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  304. @annamaria

    Look at the Gaza Ghetto and repeat, “bibi is a very, very evil man.” Look at the destroyed Libya, Iraq and Syria and repeat, “zionists are the very, very evil men and women.”

    Greetings sister Ann,

    Bibi is a very, very evil man and he is Satan incarnate. The Zionists are very, very evil men and women.

    You being such a purist should immediately demand the blanket bombing of the Israeli army barracks and the Tel Aviv lawless governmental institutions.

    The above reality is not very far off according to Hassan NasrAllah (the great, great grandson of the Prophet (saws). All black turban scholars (ulemas) are great, great grandson of the Prophet (saws). Especially, Grand Ayatollah Khui the mentor of Grand Ayatollah Sistani, whose sons were mowed down by Saddam after the first Gulf War.

    Also both Grand Ayatollah Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr and Grand Ayatollah Mohammad Sadeq al-Sadr, including their children were mowed down by Saddam.

    More than 70% of the Iraq population are Shia and they were not allowed to practice their religion under the Evil Saddam Rule, even though Najaf, Iraq is the Capital of Shia Islam.

  305. @ChuckOrloski

    Above declaration, this morning, having emerged from hiding in a Scranton pothole & facing roundup by Zionized thought police, I can hardly wait. (zzzZigh)

    Good Morning Chuck!

    LOL! Did reply to you in my above post #306, it was a clue to GeoKat that more is coming in my next post to Chuck. Wouldn’t like to make you wait long (grin).

    Promise, no roundup….

  306. Zarif to Saudi: Trump ‘Humiliates’ You, But We Extend Our Hand to Build Strong Region

    Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said Tehran is willing to cooperate with Saudi Arabia in order to build a strong Middle East after US President Donald Trump stated the Saudi king wouldn’t stay in power for two weeks without US support.

    Zarif called Trump’s remarks about the importance of US support for Saudi Arabia “humiliating” in a Thursday Twitter post and said that national security cannot be outsourced.

    “President Trump repeatedly humiliates the Saudis by saying they can’t last 2 weeks without his support. This is the recompense for the delusion that one’s security can be outsourced,” Zarif tweeted.

    “We again extend our hand to our neighbors: let’s build a ‘strong region’, and stop this conceit,” Zarif said further in his tweet.

    Zarif’s comment came after the US president said during a rally in Southaven, Mississippi, that Saudi Arabia’s King Salman wouldn’t last “for two weeks” without the US and that the kingdom needs to shell out more for US protection.

    “We protect Saudi Arabia … And I love the king, King Salman. But I said, ‘King, we’re protecting you. You might not be there for two weeks without us; you have to pay for your military,’” Trump said to his supporters, reported Reuters. The US president didn’t specify when exactly he had said this to the Saudi king.

    http://english.almanar.com.lb/594717

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  307. @Jeffery Cohen

    My Crystal Ball tells me that KSA King will visit Iran soon. If Bahrain has accepted Syria back in the fold, then this is not far fetched.

    Assessing the Bahraini-Syrian encounter in New York

    Late last month at the UN General Assembly in New York, Bahrain’s Foreign Minister Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa warmly embraced his Syrian counterpart Walid Moallem. The encounter raised many questions about Bahrain and, by extension, other Arab Gulf states’ current Syria policy. The following day, Khalifa stood by his decision to meet with Syria’s top diplomat, stating that it was “unplanned” and that both officials had had previous meetings at earlier junctures in the Syrian crisis.

    The encounter and Khalifa’s defense of it took scores of observers by surprise, perhaps for good reason. That Manama and Damascus’ chief diplomats were extremely cordial was quite contradictory, at least on certain levels. After the Syrian crisis erupted, Bahrain — along with all other Gulf Cooperation Council members, except Oman — recalled its ambassador from Damascus.

    In February 2016, the island kingdom threatened to join Saudi forces in waging a military intervention in Syria, resulting in Moallem responding that such a campaign against Damascus would result in Bahrainis and Saudis returning to the Arabian Peninsula in “coffins.” In April 2017, Bahrain backed the Donald Trump administration’s decision to fire dozens of missiles at the Shayrat air base near Homs in retaliation for a chemical attack. Thirteen months later, Manama also supported Israeli military strikes against the Syrian army.

    https://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2018/10/syria-policy-crisis-gcc-isis-intervention-bahrain.html

  308. Corvinus says:
    @Harold Smith

    “No, it’s apparent. Quit dissembling. From the information in the public domain, it’s *apparent* that the jewish-supremacist madmen intended that the IL-20 be downed; (this is true regardless of which organ actually fired the missile that brought it down).”

    No, it has been alleged that was the intention of Israel. Just because you choose to use the term “madmen” to characterize Israel does not mean it is an accurate description.

    “The choice of words is of course undiplomatic, and a “warning” is implicative of good faith, of which the lying U.S. “government” has none.”

    No, the choice of words were strong, and the warning may be interpreted differently as being one of good or bad faith. Regardless, Russia has made repeated warnings of using the ultimate brute force, and they choose not to employ it.

    “(1) Since the U.S. “government” (which has a history of lying about the non-existent weapons programs of other countries) refuses to provide evidence to support its claim; and (2) since the U.S. “government” appears to be violating the treaty itself (i.e. Aegis Ashore missile launchers in Romania and Poland violate the treaty); and (3) since the U.S. “government” refuses to negotiate the issue with Russia – it’s clear that the U.S. “government” has no moral or legal standing to warn Russia about anything; therefore it cannot be construed as anything other than a threat from a bully, intended as a provocation.”

    Of course our government, like Russia, has moral standing to warn other nations. And it would be other than a surprise that the other nation who received this warning would construe it as a “threat” in order to justify that it has the ethical high ground and thus will flex its muscles.

    “Well that’s your strawman not mine, so have your way with it. I’ll just take the liberty to point out that this particular threat doesn’t exist in a vacuum; it’s part of the larger plan involving serial provocations and threats – intended to be taken as an ultimatum – whereby Russia must either surrender its sovereignty and start taking orders or go to war.”

    Except there is no “surrendering of its sovereignty” taking place here. You are false characterizing this situation as being dire and thus necessitating a violent reprisal.

    “In your ill-considered opinion that is. So Russia’s arsenal is just for decoration? It will keep backing down and ultimately surrender its sovereignty rather than fight?”

    LOL. It’s called strength through deterrence. Russia is not “backing down”, nor is it “surrendering”. This nation issues a warning, like in the past, and moves on, considering this and past events are not “tipping points” that require the use of nuclear weapons to protect their nation.

    “Unlike yours, my opinions are based on common sense reasoning applied to self-evident/generally accepted facts.”

    Pure delusion on your part.

    “Taking this statement at face value, it’s quite clear that unless the corrupt “West” stops its ever-escalating provocations and threats against Russia, the time will come – perhaps very soon – where Russia will have no choice but to strike first, just like Putin implied, and the nuclear war will be on.”

    It’s quite clear that Russia does not believe these provocations are escalating over a period of time that means it must drop nukes to “save itself”. Putin knows that any first strike on his nation’s part means the end of the world.

    “That the U.S. “government” and the European vassal states would risk planetary extinction in this manner preponderantly proves (to any reasonable person at least) that we’re dealing with demon-possessed madmen here.”

    Except this risk is imaginary and the leaders are not “madmen”. There is only wild speculation on your part, not “proof”.

    “What a ridiculous thing to say. Any reasonable person can see that unless Russia surrenders or the “West” gives up on its agenda of complete world domination and control, there is going to be a big war, which will most likely become a nuclear war at some point.”

    So any person who challenges your assertions are “unreasonable”? LOL.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  309. Z-man says:
    @annamaria

    The senile Hutchison and senile Zenke dutifully channeled the Jewish State’s displeasure with Russians’ defense of Syria: “US Openly Threatens Russia With War: Goodbye Diplomacy, Hello Stone Age”

    Yes I saw that story on Hutchinson, which was barely mentioned in the MSM, as I was going to make a similar comment about the feeble brained Hutchinson in the MSM site ‘The Hill’ but it was never covered..
    Hutchinson’s shelf life has expired.

  310. Sparkon says:
    @Jeffery Cohen

    You’re talking about religion, which is a system of sometimes contradictory beliefs without any proof.

    By contrast, I’m talking about languageThe First Word — and Law, which is a system of written rules.

    I am happy to concede that the oldest known legal system is

    The Code of Ur-Nammu… the oldest known law code surviving today. It is from Mesopotamia and is written on tablets, in the Sumerian language c. 2100–2050 BC.

    The problem is that adherents to any given religion sometimes assert that their beliefs trump the law, because–you know–God told them to do it, and who can argue with that?

    And so you “towel-heads” get all head choppy if you think someone insults your prophet because you think you can impose your beliefs on others with the edge of a sword.

    That is just the law of the jungle–where might makes right–with a little mystic mumbo jumbo mixed in.

    It is long past time for mankind to sweep all the ancient religions into the trash heap of history, remove all the privileged classes, and make all men stand as equals before the law.

  311. @Sparkon

    It is long past time for mankind to sweep all the ancient religions into the trash heap of history, remove all the privileged classes, and make all men stand as equals before the law.

    It boils down one believes in God or not. If one does, than the Creator is One and it created everything, the Good, the Bad and the Ugly. In front of the Creator, everyone is equal and his laws don’t change from religion to religion and/or from culture to culture.

    The Code of Ur-Nammu… the oldest known law code surviving today. It is from Mesopotamia and is written on tablets, in the Sumerian language c. 2100–2050 BC.

    Mankind is at least 300 million years old. And, there are all kinds of intelligent creation beside humans, throughout the infinite universe.

  312. @Sparkon

    And so you “towel-heads” get all head choppy if you think someone insults your prophet because you think you can impose your beliefs on others with the edge of a sword.

    Thanks for bunching all “towel-heads” into one category. Mighty white of you….

    The biggest group that insult the prophet are Muslims themselves….. About 80% of the Muslims.

  313. tac says:
    @annamaria

    Now the evil Jew Supremacists are experimenting with bombs that explode inside of the human body *****(Waringing: GRAPHIC)******:

    • Replies: @annamaria
  314. annamaria says:
    @tac

    The “most moral” and “eternal victims” have been preparing for the Purimization of the whole world. Could they have a spontaneous combustion in Dimona, to stop the genocidal Erezt Israel project once and for all?
    It is amazing how good the tribe is at making the decent people around the world into “anti-semites.”

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  315. @Cloak And Dagger

    Sorry to tell this but problems in ME are eternal. Whatever period one talks about this always was a can full of scorpions.

    • Replies: @annamaria
    , @CalDre
  316. @Corvinus

    “No, it has been alleged that was the intention of Israel.”

    The two terms are not mutually exclusive, are they, junior? Yes, it “has been alleged,” and it is by now *apparent* that the allegations are true. It is therefore *apparent* that the jewish-supremacist madmen intended that the IL-20 be shot down.

    “Just because you choose to use the term “madmen” to characterize Israel does not mean it is an accurate description.”

    And just because you don’t like my use of the term “madmen” in the sense in which I used it, does not mean that it is not an accurate description.

    “No, the choice of words were strong, and the warning may be interpreted differently as being one of good or bad faith. Regardless, Russia has made repeated warnings of using the ultimate brute force, and they choose not to employ it.”

    No, it was not a “warning” it was a “threat.” The “choice of words” was not a matter of being “strong” but a matter of being immoral and illegal. As I endeavored to point out to you earlier (but which apparently bounced off of your impenetrable skull like bullets bounce off Superman), it is the choice of words and the context in which they are spoken that makes the difference. In contrast to a warning, a “threat” is something that generally connotes moral impropriety and/or bad faith.

    From Merriam-Webster:

    threat noun
    \ ˈthret \
    Definition of threat (Entry 1 of 2)
    1 : an expression of intention to inflict evil, injury, or damage
    2 : one that threatens
    3 : an indication of something impending
    the sky held a threat of rain

    Maybe an example will help? (I’ll try to make it very simple so even you can understand).

    Example “A” (Bill threatens Mary):

    Bill and Mary are dating. Bill is a very obsessive and jealous person. One day, Bill suspects that Mary is cheating on him. Later that evening, Bill confronts Mary with his suspicions and says to her: “If I find out that you’re cheating on me, I’ll kill you and your boyfriend.”

    Example “B” (Bill warns Mary):

    Bill and Mary are dating. Bill is a very obsessive and jealous person. One day, Bill suspects that Mary is cheating on him. Later that evening, Bill confronts Mary with his suspicions and says to her: “If I find out that you’re cheating on me, I reserve the right to date other women as well.”

    Do you see the difference here? In example “A” Bill communicates an intention to do something immoral and illegal; something completely unjustifiable; whereas in example “B” Bill communicates an intent to reciprocate in kind, which would not be immoral and illegal.

    In the instant case, the U.S. “government,” while being in apparent violation of the INF treaty itself, and while refusing to negotiate with Russia on the subject, communicated an intent to attack Russia for violating the INF treaty. Obviously, this is a *THREAT* not a warning.

    I hope that clears things up for you.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  317. Anonymous[185] • Disclaimer says:
    @annamaria

    It is amazing how good the tribe is at making the decent people around the world into “anti-semites.”

    Excellent point. The Tribe is basically suiciding itself because it can’t help it. For the Tribe, it was a Faustian bargain from the beginning.

    Meanwhile, the best among the rest are waking up.

  318. @Jeffery Cohen

    I believe that 43rd President is very sharp with an excellent sense of humor.

    You are much too modest. Clearly it is Jeffrey Cohen who has the “excellent” sense of humour and an absurdist sense of humour it is at that.

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  319. Corvinus says:
    @Harold Smith

    “Yes, it “has been alleged,” and it is by now *apparent* that the allegations are true.”

    You mean allegations have been made, i.e. they are apparent, but the allegations have yet to be proven.

    “And just because you don’t like my use of the term “madmen” in the sense in which I used it, does not mean that it is not an accurate description.”

    It has nothing to do with me “not liking that term”, it just happens that the term is other than an accurate description of a nation’s leaders. You are desperate to affix that label to drive home your narrative.

    “No, it was not a “warning” it was a “threat.” The “choice of words” was not a matter of being “strong” but a matter of being immoral and illegal.”

    Nope. The fact of the matter is that was no threat, but a warning. And, in the end, Russia is not going to risk destroying themselves or the world over this event. This nation will engage in continued posturing and rhetoric, as it has for the past several decades.

    “In the instant case, the U.S. “government,” while being in apparent violation of the INF treaty itself, and while refusing to negotiate with Russia on the subject, communicated an intent to attack Russia for violating the INF treaty. Obviously, this is a *THREAT* not a warning.”

    First, it is the U.S. government. There are no quotations needed. Second, the U.S. government warned that Russia violated the INF treaty by testing and deploying a prohibited intermediate-range cruise missile. Third, there has been dialogue between the two nations about the nature of the accusation. There was no “intent to attack”. Fourth, American and Russian leaders will continue, like their predecessors, to employ strong language and national posturing, rather than overt threats to use nuclear weapons, in their interactions with one another.

    Are you done here?

    • Replies: @EugeneGur
    , @Harold Smith
  320. Paul C. says:
    @Z-man

    I’d suggest reviewing this analysis which makes it very clear Trump is a zionist asset.

    For additional information, go to Johnny Gat’s youtube channel, he’s done several videos pointing this out.

    • Replies: @Z-man
  321. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jeff Stryker

    Good post.

    Unfortunately 2% of Americans do care very much about destroying Persia and every other country from the Euphrates to the Nile.

    In every organization from the local library volunteers to countries the people who care more than the rest end up running the show.

  322. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @annamaria

    Iranian superb genetic material? You’ve never met one of them never lived among them

    I live in the biggest Persian colony in America. As for looks, average Whites. Intelligence average for Whites.

    Character honesty bottom of the barrel for any race totally corrupt a race of predatory criminals masquerading as businessmen investors landlords and tenants.

    They may be from the same central Asian steppe stock as the rest of the Whites, but they are the worst crooks of the White race along with Armenians.

    Superior genetic stock you can’t be serious.

  323. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @APilgrim

    Who’s we, the Greeks 2,300 years ago?

    The only group that conquered Persia were the Arabs cerca 900AD.

    Even Turkey couldn’t conquer Persia although they continually invaded for centuries.

  324. annamaria says:
    @Sergey Krieger

    “Sorry to tell this but problems in ME are eternal. Whatever period one talks about this always was a can full of scorpions.”

    Mrs. Clinton is “eternal?”
    The Oded Yinon plan for Eretz Israel is “eternal?”

    “In his 2007 article Seymour Hersh exposed the U.S. promotion of Sunni fundamentalists to undermine Syria and Iran. In 2010 Secretary of State Clinton pressed Syrian President Bashar al Assad to comply with Israeli and US calls to stop supporting the Lebanese resistance and break relations with Iran…” https://www.counterpunch.org/2015/09/30/the-wicked-war-on-syria-hillary-clinton-in-her-own-words/

    Israel on Clinton’s mind: https://wikileaks.org/clinton-emails/emailid/18328
    “UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2014-20439 Doc No. C05794498 Date: 11/30/2015
    H. Clinton: “The best way to help Israel deal with Iran’s growing nuclear capability [this is a blatant lie] is to help the people of Syria overthrow the regime of Bashar Assad. Negotiations to limit Iran’s nuclear program will not solve Israel’s security dilemma… Iran’s nuclear program and Syria’s civil war may seem unconnected, but they are.” — In short, Clinton preached to destroy Syria to please the Jewish Power. So moral! So humanitarian!

    – Do you see a criminal intent? Just re-read carefully this criminal pronouncement by the bloody ziocon: “The best way to help Israel deal with Iran’s growing nuclear capability is to help the people of Syria overthrow the regime of Bashar Assad.” — And they did try. See 800.000 dead Syrians that died for the glory of the Jewish State and Mrs. Clinton personally.

    — You could also google the pictures of dead children in Iraq, Gaza Ghetto, Libya and Syria — the countless victims of the Jewish Lebensraum and banksters’ dreams. Meanwhile, the Jewish State (and the US) have become the best friends with ISIS/Al Qaeda moderate terrorists. — Happy 9/11, Jewish State.

    – Libya, the former gem of the North Africa, used to be an example of a well-functioning state serving to the interests of its people first an foremost. But the implementation of Oded Yinon plan in Libya has ended the dignity and brought death and destruction upon the civilians:

    • Replies: @tac
  325. Z-man says:
    @Paul C.

    Thanks for your reply, but he is hamstrung by the mid terms, lets see what happens after that and then even more importantly after he is reelected. In any case he has made some MAGA policies reality and for that I’ll give him more time. Also, if he were totally in the Zionists pocket why would so many Jews be hysterically against him as they are.

    • Replies: @CalDre
    , @Paul C.
  326. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    I read Liftin’s 900 page book. Of all The Who killed Kennedy books it’s was the most ridiculous.

    Lifting claimed that on the plane going back to DC a couple hours after JFK died, doctors on the planes used surgical knives to alter the wounds

    All this in full view of JFK’s wife and distraught aides. Then when the plane landed in Washington more skulduggery ensued with more post mortem wounds and switching of coffins.

    Of all The Who killed JFK books, Liftin’s was the most ridiculous.

    • Disagree: ChuckOrloski
    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  327. @NoseytheDuke

    You are much too modest. Clearly it is Jeffrey Cohen who has the “excellent” sense of humour and an absurdist sense of humour it is at that.

    LOL Nosey, cute, cute… I like you.

    Between the 41st and 43rd Presidents, we have the Evil Bubba, the 42nd President. Enjoy the 24 seconds video, and after that you will agree with me that the 43rd was a blessing in disguise:

    World’s Biggest Pilgrimage Now Underway, And Why You’ve Never Heard of it!

    It’s not the Muslim Hajj, or the Hindu Kumbh Mela.. Known as Arbaeen, it is the world’s most populous gathering and you’ve probably never heard of it! Not only does the congregation exceed the number of visitors to Mecca (by a factor of five, in fact), it is more significant than Kumbh Mela, since the latter is only held every third year. In short, Arbaeen dwarfs every other rally on the planet, reaching twenty million last year. That is a staggering %60 of Iraq’s entire population, and it is growing year after year.

    https://tinyurl.com/ychemm4x

    Imam Hussain: The Man Who Opposed the Founding Fathers of ISIS

    The culture of beheading oppositions did not begin with ISIS, it began with our early Islamic Caliphs.

    The Islamic Civil Wars highlight many incidents where companions of Prophet Mohammad were beheaded by Islamic Caliphs as a result of political disputes, Malik Bin Nuwayrah for one. Hussain had a choice to make. To endorse Yazid would no doubt mean a handsome reward and a life of luxury. To refuse would invariably lead to his own demise. For Hussain the choice between what is easy and what is right was not a choice.

    https://tinyurl.com/ychemm4x

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  328. CalDre says:
    @Sergey Krieger

    Well, Dear Zionist, you are still too cowardly to read the Protocols? Because I am thinking you are a Jew with all the nonsense you write.

    Tell me about all the problems in the ME during the Ottoman Empire? Please, teach us. But, in the process, compare this to the problems in Europe during this period, or say in Africa.

    Oh, but the Jews destroyed the Ottoman Empire, to make room for their Homeland, which they plan to use to destroy the rest of the world. As noted in a comment above, the start of this destruction is of course the ME – to balkanize and weaken every country, divide and conquer, the better to rule over it.

    Given you are such a Jew lover, no doubt it brings you great satisfaction to learn, that Russia is also on that list. And that the “Western” goal of balkanizing Russia isn’t a “Western” goal but a Jewish goal. Just look at all the “great minds” behind the attacks on Russia, and behind every tree, a Jew is screaming.

    The most important work to explain what is happening in the world today is the one work you refuse to read, because, in the end, you are an Apologist of the Self-Proclaimed Chosen Ones, a/k/a Organized Jew Supremacists, a/k/a the Elders of Zion.

  329. CalDre says:
    @Z-man

    In any case he has made some MAGA policies reality and for that I’ll give him more time.

    Really? What? Oh, right, he has given trillions in tax breaks to the top 0.01%, that’s fabulous! Oh, even better, he has expelled a few thouands of the 50 million illegals in US – great progress! Or is it selling lots of weapons to the Sauds? Moving the US embassy to Jerusalem? Cheering on as Israel slaughters children by the 100s? Occupy Syria illegally? Threaten and sanction Russia? Appoint rabid neo-con Jew supremacists (some of whom are Sabbath goy, to be fair) to virtually every slot in his Administration? Alienating Europe with his idiocies? AFAICT he has done only two good things (but I can find more positive about Obama): point out the lies of the news media and start (but far from finish) to correct the absurd China trade policies. But as a practical matter the first has done very little (everyone who believes him already knew that) and the second one has yet to bear any fruit.

    Also, if he were totally in the Zionists pocket why would so many Jews be hysterically against him as they are.

    Political Jews are generally in three groups: Zionists; Bolsheviks; and Zionist Bolsheviks. The only ones against him are the pure Bolsheviks. And that is only because they don’t realize, just like you don’t, that Trump is merely a tool to advance the Bolshevik agenda, controlled opposition so to say. He is working hard to discredit nationalism. That’s why he is there, pure and simple: to discredit nationalism, probably by collapsing the economy and starting a major war on his watch, which will be used as the justification for global government.

    • Replies: @geokat62
    , @Z-man
  330. geokat62 says:
    @CalDre

    Political Jews are generally in three groups: Zionists; Bolsheviks; and Zionist Bolsheviks. The only ones against him are the pure Bolsheviks.

    While there are indeed three groups that political Jews fall into, they are: conservative zionists (~90%), liberal zionists (~10%), and non-zionists (~0%).

    My concluding paragraph to a lengthy comment to another individual puts things into sharp perspective:

    So, it’s Bret [Stephens]who sees [Jews] as a monochromatic, single-minded group, suggesting that everything should be viewed through the prism of Is it good for the Jews? Reminding them that while illiberal policies are beneficial to those Jews residing in the villa, liberal ones are beneficial to those residing in the diaspora.

    Here’s the complete comment:

    [MORE]

    Excellent question, Sam. I recently posted a video of America’s Rabbi, Rabbi Shmuley interviewing special guest NYT’s columnist, Bret Stevens. The topic to be debated was: Is President Trump good for the Jews?

    Bret goes to great lengths to explain to the small group of his conservative coreligionists in attendance that they should be careful not to get over enthusiastic over Trump just because he is implementing the following policies that are favourable to Israel:

    1. The embassy move
    2. The Iran deal withdrawals
    3. Not condemning the murder of 168 and the wounding of over 15,000 protesters

    He points out that they must not be fixated with these gains. He visibly becomes frustrated as he is heckled by those loyal to Trump. He goes to great lengths to explain to his short-sighted comrades how things work.

    While Trump has done positive things for Israel and, as a result, for Jews who reside in the villa, he still represents a threat to the Jews of the diaspora. And that’s because he’s a populist and uses populist phrases such as “Make America Great Again” and “America First.” Stephens reminds his audience the history of these phrases and how Jews suffered under fascism.

    I’ll let Bret speak for himself, starting @ 10:02

    RS: What about with respect to the Jews?

    BS: Well, the second thing is Jews I think have only really thrived and are only really safe in the world when liberal values are the dominant, prevalent values. And by liberal values I don’t mean Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren. I mean liberal in the classic sense of respect for pluralism, emphasis on tolerance, emphasis on individual liberties. Those panoply of values which are the DNA of what we call liberal democratic society. Now, the Trump Administration, in a way that is similar to populist movements in Europe – like Marine Le Penne, the Vlaams Belang in Belgium, Geert Wilders in Holland, the AfD in Germany, the Northern League in Italy, Orban’s party in Hungary, the party that’s in power in Poland, and so on – Trump Administration represents a substantial and dangerous regression from those values. I think the comments, the attitude of this Administration towards immigration – Mexican immigration, Latin American immigration – is a scandal. You want to know something? In all of history, no Muslim terrorist has ever come across our border with Mexico. We’ve had one Muslim terrorist come across a land border and that happened to be with Canada. Why aren’t we building a wall with Canada? This worries me because to be anti-immigrant strikes me as antithetical to the liberal values that have been so good for us as Jews. Had a Trump Administration been in power in 1950, there’s no way my mother – a displaced person with $7 and no means to support herself and no skills – would have ever been admitted into this country. And yet, a generation later her son is the elitist snob at the New York Times, paying manifold in taxes what it cost the United States to bring us here. Each of you is one, maybe two, generations away from some poor schlemiel who came from like my grandfather from Bessarabia, or Galicia, or one other country… and I bet they didn’t come with Ph.Ds, and with great skills. I bet they didn’t speak a word of English. I bet many Americans here thought of them as smelly Jews with Bolshevik politics. And in my case, many of them did have Bolshevik politics, I’m sorry to say. Thank God we didn’t have that kind of political order when we were arriving in the 1890s, and so on. This turn away from liberalism – and it’s not just with respect to immigrants, it’s with respect to attitude toward the media… it’s with the coarsening and assault on fundamental institutions of government – is in the long term, I believe, dangerous for the Jews. Because I’m hard pressed to think of illiberal orders in the past that haven’t eventually turned on the Jews. And I’m hard pressed to think of populist orders in the past that haven’t eventually turned on the Jews. And so we engage this kind of politics, I think, at our peril. Now, he’s the president. We want the best to happen, obviously, as Americans… and we want a good outcome. But, I would just say to all of you who are tempted to say “Trump is the best thing to happen to the Jews,” caveat emptor… caveat emptor. Because the style of politics he is bringing with him, in the long term, has never paid dividends for us as a people, never mind for us as individuals… and I’ll stop there.

    So, it’s Bret who sees them as a monochromatic, single-minded group, suggesting that everything should be viewed through the prism of Is it good for the Jews? Reminding them that while illiberal policies are beneficial to those Jews residing in the villa, liberal ones are beneficial to those residing in the diaspora.

    • Replies: @geokat62
    , @CalDre
  331. Z-man says:
    @CalDre

    I think you are overreacting, have a smoke. (Wry grin)
    After the mid terms he will jettison some of the Neocons, probably after his son in law’s ME plan comes out, he’ll continue to find ways to be friends with Putin (which goes part and parcel with jettisoning Neocons), he’ll get more money from China (intellectual theft, trade imbalance etc.), his revised NAFTA deal is already a better deal for the US. And he will buid that wall.
    I agree with you about the tax breaks for the rich which was forced on him by other elite Jews (Cohen, Kudlow) but also the Republitard party (still not all Jews).
    But like I said, lets see what happens after the mid terms.

    PS. Again what has Trump actually given the rabid Zionists?
    Jerusalem? Just a symbolic move where even he says that the final status of the city has to be negotiated.
    $38 Billion in money to Zion-land? That was in the pipe line before he was elected, under Obama.
    Syria? Yes he has troops there but only special forces and Russia and Iran are still there, Russia has definetley been strenghtened and Israel weakened after the shoot down of the Russian patrol plane.
    Iran war? When he said he would ‘meet with the Iranians’ that must have sent a shudder down the spine of all Zionists, including the one’s in his administration.
    So lets us see what happens.

    • Replies: @CalDre
    , @Cloak And Dagger
  332. @Anon

    Attention please, to All commenters, including trolls & hasbarist operatives!

    Prologue: In contrast to commenters & article authors who call for The U.R. moderator-team to censor blatantly inaccurate & stupidly volatile comments, for example the politically astute Jonathan Revusky, as no “angel,” I endorse permitting the cunning-dumb to have their say.

    After having slept upon Anon(#257)’s deceptively juvenile-comment regarding David Lifton’s valuable 1981 book, “Best Evidence” –greater than 900 pages — and as duty bound, below, I shall (painfully) regenerate Anon(257)’s degenerate lyin’ words:

    “I read Liftin’s 900 page book. Of all The Who killed Kennedy books it’s was the most ridiculous… Lifting claimed that on the plane going back to DC a couple hours after JFK died, doctors on the planes used surgical knives to alter the wounds… All this in full view of JFK’s wife and distraught aides. Then when the plane landed in Washington more skulduggery ensued with more post mortem wounds and switching of coffins.”

    (zzZigh) Above, Anon Agent 257′s only example of accuracy was his confirmation of D.C. “skullduggery” practiced by the Bethesda-based JFK autopsy doctors after their having received & began to evaluate the corpse staged within a “switched coffin.” Uh, Lifton noted how two (2) hearses weirdly showed-up at the hospital receiving entrance!

    David Lifton’s 1981 book, uh not “Lifting” (hee-hee), remains the best scientific/forensic study on JFK’s murder and rather complex but transparent cover-up.
    … Nonetheless, and with full disclosure, Mr. Lifton logically hesitated to finger either CIA, US war making machine, or Israeli roles in the assassination. Fyi, “Best Evidence” at the time (published 1981) held the Secret Service as a key US government conspirator in JFK’s murder & overturning an election. (Note: the brave young attorney, Vincent Salandria, opined about Lifton’s lapse in avoiding a “war making machine” role in the assassination)
    … Based upon EVIDENCE at hand, was the best judgement David L. could offer? Of course brave others picked up the ball & expanded JFK’s murder-chain link.

    Thanks, All! To a degree, am regretting having bestowed degraded dignity to Anon(257)’s absurd comment.

    Post scriptum: Instead of turning his original film copy to vital police authorities, Abraham Zapruder’s granddaughter’s book revealed that her grandpa relinquished the film into Secret Service custody. (Zigh) Uh, one more “ridiculous” thing? 1997, The ZUSA ‘guvmint paid Zapruder heirs millions of dollars for the priceless Zapruder original! (zzzZigh)

    • Replies: @Anon
  333. geokat62 says:
    @geokat62

    While there are indeed three groups that political Jews fall into, they are: conservative zionists (~90%), liberal zionists (~10%), and non-zionists (~0%).

    Correction: I inadvertently inverted the percentages for the first two categories. The split should be:

    While there are indeed three groups that political Jews fall into, they are: conservative zionists (~10%), liberal zionists (~90%), and non-zionists (~0%).

    • Replies: @Z-man
  334. Sparkon says:
    @jacques sheete

    Contrary to popular fantasies, government is not the Messiah.

    Contrary to bogus strawmen, I never said that.

    I see you appeal to Jefferson as an authority on “our Indians.” One could do better as TJ was under the spell of the Romantic notion of the “noble savage,” at least most of the time.

    These issues became embedded in the Declaration of Independence when Jefferson wrote that the King had “endeavored to bring on the inhabitants of our frontiers, the merciless Indian savages, whose warfare is an undistinguished destruction of all ages, sexes, and conditions.”

    Is that chaos, or just, you know, a do-it-yourself project?

    In any event, those stone-age cannibals did indeed have a primitive form of government through the chiefs and medicine men. Some of the tribes were at peace while others engaged in warfare with each other, so there were also primitive departments of state and defense too. Did you ever hear of the Iroquois Confederacy? Anyway, for your own edification:

    Even though many American Indians lived in villages and many engaged in agriculture, hunting was often still necessary for subsistence. It was this semi-nomadic way of life that led Jefferson and others to consider Indians as “savages.” Jefferson believed that if American Indians were made to adopt European-style agriculture and live in European-style towns and villages, then they would quickly “progress” from “savagery” to “civilization” and eventually be equal, in his mind, to white men. As President, Jefferson would try to make these changes a reality.

    https://www.monticello.org/site/jefferson/american-indians

    How did that work out?

    As for education, I see you appeal to no less an authority that our gracious host Mr. Unz himself, whose chops as keen analyst of current affairs have been established already in sort of convincing fashion with his detailed accounts of how, after only 40-some years, he was able to arrive at the staggering conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald did not in fact kill JFK after all.

    While I as a young and not very worldly high school senior was able to arrive at the same conclusion after taking at least three or four days, but now of course I am resorting to the unfair tactic of making an apples and oranges comparison.

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  335. Z-man says:
    @geokat62

    LOL and true, ALL* Jews are Zionists in one way or another, blood is thicker than mud.

    *Especially all the ones who have power and sway in DC.

  336. annamaria says:

    The most Christian Mike Pompeo is cheerleading for mass slaughter: “Illegal Sanctions: Pompeo Arranges Mass Starvation of Iranian People”

    https://www.globalresearch.ca/illegal-sanctions-pompeo-arranges-mass-starvation-of-iranian-people/5656154

    So Christian!

    Mr. Pompeo is envious of Mrs. Madeline Albright’s fame; she “went on national television and said the murder of 500,000 Iraqi children was a price worth paying:”

    The more kids die on Mike Pompeo’s orders the jollier the parishioners of the Eastminster Presbyterian Church are: https://www.kansas.com/living/religion/article209327599.html

    • Replies: @tac
    , @ChuckOrloski
  337. tac says:
    @annamaria

    More executions (children, journalists, and other unarmed protesters) by these evil coward IDF Supremacists:

    https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/three-executed-in-gaza-by-israeli-sniper-fire-warning-graphic-images/

    The despicable draft dodger warmonger pig–who in any just state would be hanging in the town square–John Bolton is now suggesting the Palestine is a figment of the imagination. You can’t make this stuff up:

    Bolton: “Palestine is a ‘So-Called’ State”

    https://www.breakingisraelnews.com/114663/bolton-palestine-state/

    A large number of Russian special forces personnel were deployed to the eastern countryside of the Deir Ezzor Governorate this week, the Furat Post reported.

    According to the publication, the Russian special forces were specifically deployed to the Albukamal and Sayyal areas of the province.

    https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/large-number-of-russian-special-forces-reportedly-deployed-to-eastern-deir-ezzor/

    • Replies: @tac
  338. CalDre says:
    @Z-man

    You are right, it is possible Trump can undo all of his moves – but the point you are missing is they are all against America. Moving the embassy to Jerusalem is just another American big F* You to the world and international law. Pulling out of JCPOA the same. Sanctioning Iran and Russia more of the same. Really the terrible things he has done outweigh the positive by many, many, many orders of magnitude. The tax “cuts” was literally a transfer of trillions of dollars from the poor and middle class to the top 0.1%, a great deal of whom are tribalists.

    his revised NAFTA deal is already a better deal for the US

    How, exactly? An extra $60 million in dairy exports, which Canada had agreed to before Trump taking office, out of $650 billion in annual trade? You no doubt hope it is better than the prior one, but please tell us exactly how it is (in any material way – there is no doubt that nobody, not Bush, not Hillary, not Obama, would amend that agreement to make it worse than what it was for Americans).

    And he will buid that wall.

    Even if he does, they will just climb over it, no big deal, just takes a ladder. Or they can dig under it, or go around it (in the water). The only way to really stop the illegals is to impose massive economic penalties on the corporations who hire them, and enforce that law religiously – that way all of the illegals would self-deport and new ones would have no interest in coming. But the Orangutan won’t do that because he is blowing hot air rather than trying to solve the problem.

    after his son in law’s ME plan comes out

    Not only his son-in-law, but every single person the Orangutan has appointed to deal with ME peace is an ardent, rabid Jew supremacist. There is no way this will lead to a deal, and he knows it. Moving the embassy to Jerusalem was his way of recognizing Israel’s illegal land acquisitions – i.e., “approving the deal”. Your efforts to downplay it, sorry, are absurd. It is telling Israel it can do whatever it wants and he will reward them however they want.

    • Replies: @Z-man
  339. CalDre says:
    @geokat62

    You left out the Bolsheviks. Bolsheviks are Jews who want global totalitarian Jewish rule. Zionists are Jews who want national (Israeli) totalitarian Jewish rule. The largest number are Zionist-Bolshevik, but some Bolsheviks (who are not Zionists), while agreeing Jews should rule the world, are not convinced that all non-Jews should be treated as horribly as Palestinians.

  340. Paul C. says:
    @Z-man

    How do sanctions against Iran MAGA? How does supporting Saudi Arabia who is decimating Yemen, and supporting Israel who is decimating Syria and Palestinians MAGA?

    Also, if he were totally in the Zionists pocket why would so many Jews be hysterically against him as they are.

    Different sub groups have different agendas. And who knows if it’s not a PSYOP. During the election the media gave Trump 24/7 coverage. Is that consistent with hating him or were we played?

    In any case, Trump’s actions are what we judge him by, not rhetoric. The phrase: you can lead a horse to water but you can’t make him drink, applies here. Staying uninformed is a choice.

    • Replies: @Z-man
  341. tac says:
    @annamaria

    Where is the outrage against outright murder in Palestine by the Jew Supremacists:

    US says Palestine ‘not a state,’ withdraws from Vienna Convention’s ‘optional protocol’

    The decision will see the US opting out of having to attend the International Court of Justice in the case of disputes, as outlined in Article I of the “Optional Protocol Concerning the Compulsory Settlement of Disputes.”

    https://www.rt.com/usa/440247-us-palestine-vienna-convention-protocol/

    .

    A German Traitor hypocrite who fails to step-up when the occasion arises:

    Despite high hopes, Merkel calls village’s demolition an ‘Israeli decision’

    The residents of Khan al-Ahmar had hoped the German chancellor would demand Netanyahu back down from the imminent demolition of their hamlet. Instead, she called the matter an ‘Israeli decision.’

    https://972mag.com/despite-high-hopes-merkel-calls-villages-demolition-an-israeli-decision/138033/

  342. @annamaria

    annamaria logically surmised: “Mr. Pompeo is envious of Mrs. Madeline Albright’s fame;”

    Greetings, annamaria!

    I figure Vice PreZident Mike Pence, an evangelical Christian, is also envious of Madeline Albright’s “famous” bloodlust for dead Moslems.

    Fyi, am familiar with a member of a passionately pro-Israel (local) Revival Baptist Church who believes Allah is a dark alien & Mohammed was an incarnate devil. At the moment of the Second Coming, this gent believes Jesus will reenter the Old City of Jerusalem via a gate which is presently blocked by a ne’er-do-well Islamic graveyard. (Zigh)

    Lastly, the same guy liked when IDF took pot shots at Palestinian protestors & with “care for my soul, the dude warns that I am going to hell if I remain eastern Catholic & continue to venerate the Theotokos. (Zigh)

    Thanks, annamaria. In plain English, America is deceived… fucked!

  343. tac says:
    @tac

    Jeremy Corbyn speaks about Palestine:

    Great moment. Jeremy Corbyn on Palestine: “We will recognise a Palestinian state as soon as we take office”. #Lab18 #LeadersSpeech #Palestine #Labour:

    • Replies: @CalDre
  344. EugeneGur says:
    @Corvinus

    Third, there has been dialogue between the two nations about the nature of the accusation.

    You have the most peculiar idea of what a dialog looks like. What’s been going on between Russia and the US could be called anything but a dialog it most certainly isn’t.

    Fourth, American and Russian leaders will continue, like their predecessors, to employ strong language and national posturing,

    The American ambassador to the US did say they were going “to take out” the Russian missile installations – on the Russia territory, mind you. “To take out” usually means to physically destroy. It’s going a bit too far in the national posturing.

    I do not recall any Russian leader ever saying Russia is going “to take out” the US installations in Poland or the Baltics no matter how strongly it object to them, let alone anything in the US. There is a huge difference in rhetoric between Russia and the US: Russia uses the language of diplomacy and the US – the language of a gangster.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  345. @Z-man

    Really? How do you justify this action by Trump?:

    US to send Israel more F-35s after Moscow supplies S-300s to Syria – reports

    https://www.rt.com/news/440495-us-israel-f35-russia/

    The US will reportedly provide Israel with more F-35s after Russia supplied Syria with S-300 missile systems. Moscow’s move came in response to the downing of a Russian military plane, which it partly blamed on Israel.
    US President Donald Trump decided to lend a hand to America’s most devoted ally following consultations at the “highest administration and military levels,” DEBKAfile, a military intelligence news site, said to have ties with the Israeli security services, reported.

    It is likely that (a) this is mere propaganda from the Mossad outlet DEBKA, or (b) this is something that Trump says but won’t follow through on. Earlier, I would have given him the benefit of the doubt on both those counts, but no more. This is more of my tax dollars gifted to Israel to wreak havoc in the ME and keep loose the dogs of war.

    I hear people say that things will change after the midterms, or in his second term. I think that is self-deluding at this point.

    We need a Jeremy Corbyn clone to run for president here.

    • Replies: @Z-man
    , @geokat62
  346. CalDre says:
    @tac

    The Jews have found a new, creative way to murder children (Jewish ingenuity at work!):

  347. peterAUS says:

    There IS something interesting re this heavy handed pro-Palestinian propaganda here.

    How come that exactly the same methodology works as charm in one case, but not in another?

    These pictures of human suffering (mutilated dead kids in particular) work wonders when the Western elites want and, well, don’t even register if the same elites don’t want it.

    I am not talking about Trump.
    I am talking about an average Westerner.

    Or….put those pictures in public and say the culprit was anyone Western elite don’t like we can expect overwhelming lower classes support for cruise missiles, regime change etc.
    Do the same and say the culprit was Israel or Ukraine…doesn’t register.

    Now, we know that people populating lower 60 % of social ladder in West don’t have great IQ.
    So, the question is…..any relation between low IQ and low sensitivity of moral compass?
    Or, better, the lower classes get….need…not only their smarts from the top but also the direction of the moral compass?

    Sorry for interruption, guys. Feel free to resume your echo chamber activities.

    • Troll: L.K
    • Replies: @annamaria
  348. @Sparkon

    In any event, those stone-age cannibals did indeed have a primitive form of government through the chiefs and medicine men.

    OMG, you are really beyond repair!

    • Replies: @Sparkon
  349. Corvinus says:
    @EugeneGur

    “You have the most peculiar idea of what a dialog looks like. What’s been going on between Russia and the US could be called anything but a dialog it most certainly isn’t.”

    Last month, Rand Paul and other American legislators went to Russia. He said “In my meetings with the foreign-affairs committees in Russia’s upper house, the Federation Council, and lower house, the State Duma, legislators also expressed an interest in holding formal talks to renew New start and continue the INF Treaty. I have invited members of both foreign-affairs committees to Congress this fall to continue these discussions…I, for one, am thankful that Reagan and Gorbachev defied orthodoxy to cut stockpiles of nuclear weapons and reduce the tension between our countries. I hope thoughtful minds will prevail in our current standoff with Russia, and embrace the dialogue necessary to further reduce the potential for the terrible, world-altering catastrophe that a war between nuclear powers could bring.”

    Meetings = dialogue. Nice try.

    “The American ambassador to the US did say they were going “to take out” the Russian missile installations – on the Russia territory, mind you. “To take out” usually means to physically destroy. It’s going a bit too far in the national posturing.”

    And “to take out” something may assuredly constitute a warning. The ambassador also said “The question was what would you do if this continues to a point where we know that they are capable of delivering [the weapons in question]. And at that point we would then be looking at a capability to take out a missile that could hit any of our countries in Europe and hit America in Alaska.” American officials have been grumbling for a decade, about the new Russian weapon– a ground-launched cruise missile, or GLCM–which appears to violate the 1987 INF treaty.

    “I do not recall any Russian leader ever saying Russia is going “to take out” the US installations in Poland or the Baltics no matter how strongly it object to them, let alone anything in the US.”

    Try again.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/russia/2566005/Russia-threatens-nuclear-attack-on-Poland-over-US-missile-shield-deal.html

    “There is a huge difference in rhetoric between Russia and the US: Russia uses the language of diplomacy and the US – the language of a gangster.”

    Actually, both nations at various points in their interactions have used the language of diplomacy or the language of a gangster.

  350. Z-man says:
    @CalDre

    We are repeating ourselves here, lets just say I’m a bit more patient than you when it comes to Trump’s policies. ‘Ya gotta have faith’. Pompeo and especially Bolton are being marked for attacks from the reasonable wing of whatever party Trump belongs to. People like Pat Buchanan and Tucker Carlson, and their supporters, can’t stomach Bolton and even meat head Pompeo.

    • Replies: @CalDre
  351. Z-man says:
    @Paul C.

    How do sanctions against Iran MAGA?

    I never said that.

    How does supporting Saudi Arabia who is decimating Yemen, and supporting Israel who is decimating Syria and Palestinians MAGA?

    Again I never said that. Supporting Saudi Arabia makes Zionists crazy because that idiot savant Clown Prince won’t last long and even if he does the pressure from the Saudi/Arab street will force him not to cozy up with the Zionist Entity. These are the facts, Saudi Arabia and Ishrael will never be friends, no matter that they both fear Iran. Unless the peace plan being ‘worked’ on by Trump’s Zionist son in law with the Clown Price is a win win plan, which I doubt, but I have patience and shall see.

  352. Z-man says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    US to send Israel more F-35s after Moscow supplies S-300s to Syria – reports

    Unsubstantiated reports.
    You’re right here;

    It is likely that (a) this is mere propaganda from the Mossad outlet DEBKA

  353. geokat62 says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    We need a Jeremy Corbyn clone to run for president here.

    While JC would be an improvement over phony progressives (PEPs), I’d still prefer a true conservative (as opposed to a phony cuckservative) to take over the reigns of power – i.e., someone who would reverse all of the policy changes pushed by The Lobby, both on the domestic policy front (mass immigration and the 1st big lie that Diversity Is Our Strength) and the foreign policy front (the 2nd big lie that the bogus war on terror was launched and is being waged to enhance the security of The Dumb Goyim).

    We need, in short, someone who is cut from the same cloth as a Matteo Salvini or a Viktor Orban.

  354. @geokat62

    I’d still prefer a true conservative

    Yes, I agree.

  355. CalDre says:
    @Z-man

    Standard Trumptard fare. 666D chess. Yadda, yadda, yadda. Obama did the same thing – he strung his progressives along for a while, even though he did deliver on gay marriage (in part, the Supreme Dictators did the heavy lifting). That is how the US’ “democracy” works, there is always the next idiot to support the next puppet hoisted onto the stage to deceive them.

    You might think you are acting in good faith, but you know what? Supporting evil is evil. Period.

    You will make one excuse after another for the Orangutan. You are an apologist. I am not. I knew what he was before he was elected, and nothing he has done – or more importantly, the fact that he has done nothing meaningful whatsoever to MAGA – has surprised me. Can you say the same?

    The Orangutan is a Swamp Creature. Raised as a billionaire, given everything for free, then supported by the NYC commercial and investment banks and US mass media. Does it get any more Swampy then that? LOL. Jewish grandbaby! Ooorah!

    • Replies: @Z-man
  356. geokat62 says:
    @geokat62

    It looks as though former Canadian PM, Stephen Harper, has chimed in with his thoughts on how to address the threats emanating from a rise in populism.

    Spoiler: just as Ron Unz believes a “grand bargain” can be secured on the issue of immigration, Harper believes a compromise can be achieved on the key issue of nationalism vs globalism.

    Excerpts from, Populism’s rise points to real problems in our world. We ignore it at our peril:

    [MORE]

    The reality is that, in the eyes of many voters, the correlation between globalization and good economic outcomes is weakening. So is the political consensus around its basic policy ideas such as freer markets, freer trade and freer immigration. In many countries, the global financial crisis, the bailouts for the few and the slow or non-existent recovery for the many have been gradually fraying the democratic social compact.

    Make no mistake: This trend is about more than just a few election results. There is a widening chasm in perspectives between establishment institutions and common citizens that is very worrying.

    It is a split between those who have global economic interests, and those who focus on local economic interests.

    It is a split between those whose lives cross borders, and those who live within them.

    It is a split between those whose identities are international and multicultural, and those whose are national and traditional.

    But most importantly, it is a split between those who believe they are getting ahead and those who can see that they are not.

    In other words, it is a serious error to view these political developments as merely the function of individual politicians or extremism at the margins of society. Many traditional centre-right and centre-left political parties are weakening. Some, especially on the centre-left, are simply breaking up…

    Our leaders must accept that today’s populist movements have identified real problems in Western society. The benefits of economic growth cannot be allowed to amass only at the top. The job gains of a trade relationship cannot accrue mainly to one country and the job losses only to the other. Nationalism will not and should not go away, but global co-operation in many areas will remain essential. Any good immigration policy requires sovereign control and the rule of law…

    Despite his objectionable style, the President is, in many areas, attempting to address the causes of the populist discontent that have overturned American politics. We cannot yet know if he will ultimately be successful. But, in the United States and elsewhere, the populist tide is likely to continue to swell until pragmatic, resilient and sustainable solutions are brought into force and citizens see better outcomes for their families.

    I am actually fairly confident that the democratic capitalist world will emerge from this period better and stronger. Societies based on these values have shown themselves to be remarkably resilient and adaptable in the face of profound disruption before. This is all the more so when such change offers positive possibilities.

    Still, to seize the full potential of the moment, smart leaders in politics and business must begin to recognize the great peril in meeting the concerns of average citizens with dogma and condescension. Instead, they must recommit to practical change based on real-world experience and a clear-eyed assessment of results. This is not easy work, but it must begin, right here, right now.

    https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-worried-about-the-current-populist-upheaval-what-comes-next-will-be/

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  357. tac says:

    There IS something interesting re this heavy handed pro-Palestinian propaganda here.

    You really have some nerve you FVCKING DISGRACEFUL JEW SUPREMACIST POS!!! You have the nerve, the audacity, to call REAL human suffering propaganda. These pictures and videos are a direct result of YOUR TRIBE’s deliberate genocide in plain view.

    You may not know it yet but what goes around comes around. Your VERY WELL DESERVED near future is set in stone just as soon as people see WHO YOU REALLY ARE!!!! Here is a prognostication for you:

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  358. @geokat62

    To Cloak And Dagger, geokat wrote: “We need, in short, someone who is cut from the same cloth as a Matteo Salvini or a Viktor Orban.”

    Hi geokat!

    You do know such need as above is not permitted, right?

    They, not “We,” get what they want, and it’s apparent the Jews will get their (preplanned) wars sometime this month, against Iran and Syria.

    Maybe couple such an existential calamity with an engineered ZUSA economic collapse? And from out-of-crypt shall rise… uh, international Jewry as savior.

    Thanks, my Brother!

  359. Z-man says:
    @CalDre

    Trumptard your ass. Good night ‘gay rights boy’.

  360. peterAUS says:
    @geokat62

    Good find.

    From the link:

    …. the current populist upheaval is actually benign and constructive compared with what will follow if it is not addressed.

    Keywords: will follow.

    with:

    …..smart leaders in politics and business must begin to recognize the great peril in meeting the concerns of average citizens with dogma and condescension. Instead, they must recommit to practical change based on real-world experience and a clear-eyed assessment of results.

    Keyword: smart.

    Interesting times ahead.
    Fireworks and bleeding.

  361. Sparkon says:
    @Jeffery Cohen

    OMG, you are really beyond repair!

    Coming from the guy who said:

    Mankind is at least 300 million years old.

    You are indeed much better off avoiding history, anthropology, archeology and anything else of substance, while sticking with the squealing OMGs and the ad hom, two areas where you seem to be at the top of your game.

    I must say too that your ideas about mankind sound like a cross between Star Trek and Scientology, which are indeed two proven winners.

    But for best effect, it Needs More Shatner!
    Illustration by Rabittooth via DeviantArt

    Or even Tom Cruise might do, if the price is right.

  362. Hillary Clinton promised an open war of aggression against Syria and the war states of New York and California voted overwhelmingly for it. Obama took part in an open war of aggression against Libya. Apart from Carter, there have been no US presidents as peaceful as Trump since 1945. Why are US citizens so ignorant about their own country? It’s business less than usual and less chance of the US attacking other countries. No country has ever been interested in attacking the USA and that includes Japan. The USA had to organize an oil boycott and give them an ultimatum to return Indochina to the French Empire and withdraw from all China except Manchuria before they could be forced into war. Whether Indochina was part of the French or Japanese Empire was neither here nor there (like whether the Philippines was ruled by Japan or the USA) but forcing the Japanese out of China was a good thing. The US imposed war on Japan was worthwhile. There: I’ve expressed open support for one US war of aggression and every Yank pretends they didn’t do it.
    [email protected]

  363. peterAUS says:
    @tac

    You know…..the utter lack of perceptive thought and/or feel, combined with immaturity and zero finesse you are showing here is, actually, why the “tribe” will keep, as you said, “FVCKING” your side.
    I mean, if your types are the best your side can produce…the “tribe” is good.

    You guys have here RARE place to put your case forward. And we see that approach of yours.
    I know it works in your world. The thing is, people you try to reach here aren’t from your world.
    And your…..method/approach…….is comical, really.

    A cynic could even say you work for the opposite side, actually.

    Keep at it.

    • Replies: @tac
  364. geokat62 says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    You do know such need as above is not permitted, right?

    All too well, Chuck. But should a white knight (pardon the pun) suddenly appear on horseback and they JFK him, the average American may start to inquire why their patriotic leaders keep getting knocked off.

    The idea, here, is to expose the night flower to as much sunlight as possible.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  365. tac says:
    @peterAUS

    No, no, no,,, its all coming to an end….and rightfully so. You are simply either too stupid and/or too indoctrinated to realize it. Either case you are at the twilight of your sway.

    We will see if the TRUTH wins out in the end, and when it does you will answer for your involvement. You will get everything you deserve in the end and much more.

    I only wish that I personally could alleviate the world from the likes of you.

    Tick Tock MF!!!

  366. tac says:

    You guys have here RARE place to put your case forward. And we see that approach of yours.
    I know it works in your world. The thing is, people you try to reach here aren’t from your world.
    And your…..method/approach…….is comical, really.

    not as rare as you might imagine…

    ‘your’ world is at its end…you’ll be witness to it soon enough.

    The good and innocent amongst you will be spared, but fate–as it would have it–holds quite a different path for you! Believe or not, it will happen.

    How confident are you? Icarus certainly was…..

  367. @Corvinus

    “You mean allegations have been made, i.e. they are apparent, but the allegations have yet to be proven.”

    No, I mean it’s *apparent* that jewish supremacist madmen arranged for the IL-20 to be shot down, just like CalDre said, therefore it’s *apparent* that the allegations are true.

    You say the allegations haven’t been “proven”, but since nothing has come to light that would challenge the argument proffered by the Russian MOD (a simple denial by the perpetrators obviously carries no weight), the “allegations” actually have been “proven” – by a standard known as “preponderance of the evidence.”

    “It has nothing to do with me ‘not liking that term…’”

    It has to do with you not liking the term *in the sense in which I used it*; just as I said before.

    “…it just happens that the term is other than an accurate description of a nation’s leaders. You are desperate to affix that label to drive home your narrative.”

    Nice people don’t drop bombs on other people in other countries that haven’t done anything to them; nice people don’t genocide Palestinians; nice people don’t attack their ally’s ship in an attempt to murder the whole crew and then lie about it; nice people don’t threaten their neighbors on an almost daily basis; only Satanic, demon-possessed madmen do those kinds of things. Thus my appropriate use of the term here. Sorry if that offends your gentle jewish-supremacist sensibilities.

    “Nope. The fact of the matter is that was no threat, but a warning.”

    Nope. The fact of the matter is that it was no “warning,” but a “threat.” It was a threat by definition. I even gave you a side by side example showing the difference between a warning and a threat. I tried to make the example as simple as possible but apparently it still went way over your head. Maybe you can find a sympathetic adult in your neighborhood who can read what I wrote and explain it to you in even simpler, child-like terms.

    “And, in the end, Russia is not going to risk destroying themselves or the world over this event.”

    What do mean by that? You’re implying that Russia will be intimidated by the threats and back down, while the US “government” openly violates the INF treaty?

    “This nation will engage in continued posturing and rhetoric, as it has for the past several decades.”

    LOL! Putting MK-41 vertical launching systems in Romania and Poland is not “posturing and rhetoric”; it is constructive violation of the INF treaty. Period. The end. Moreover, this “nation” is invading and occupying countries and unjustifiably attacking the people there with missiles and bombs. This “nation” is committing war crimes. This nation is engaged in an aggressive diplomatic, political, economic and military war-by-proxy against Russia.

    “First, it is the U.S. government. There are no quotations needed.”

    On the contrary, the quotations are necessary and proper because any legitimate government of the U.S. would be limited in its actions by the U.S. constitution, whereas the entity now ruling the U.S. recognizes no constraints of any kind on its exercise of power and is therefore completely illegitimate.

    “Second, the U.S. government warned that Russia violated the INF treaty by testing and deploying a prohibited intermediate-range cruise missile.”

    The U.S. “government,” by and through its agent, Hutchison, *threatened* to “take out” Russian missiles which it claims (without proof) are prohibited by the INF treaty. In the U.S., when anyone uses the phrase “take out” in any context suggesting hostile action against an entity, it is generally always taken as a threat.

    “Third, there has been dialogue between the two nations about the nature of the accusation.”

    Sophistry. U.S. makes accusations, Russia denies and demands evidence, U.S. provides no evidence, U.S. makes threats.

    “There was no ‘intent to attack.’”

    That’s irrelevant and stupid; a meaningless claim. Anywhere in the U.S., making threats is illegal; it doesn’t matter if the person making the threats had any intention of carrying them out or not. Making threats against other countries is a violation of the UN charter (Chapter 1, Art 2-4):

    “All Members shall refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state, or in any other manner inconsistent with the Purposes of the United Nations.”

    “Fourth, American and Russian leaders will continue, like their predecessors, to employ strong language and national posturing, rather than overt threats to use nuclear weapons, in their interactions with one another.”

    LOL! More of your infantile sophistry. The U.S. “government” by and through its agent, Hutchison, made an illegal and immoral threat to attack Russia to “take out” certain missiles. Russia doesn’t make such threats, but the U.S. “government” routinely does.

    “Are you done here?”

    That’s up to you. Are you going to finally admit that you’re wrong?

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  368. @geokat62

    Yes, geo! “… expose the night flower,” and the huge nursery-warehouse where they prosper.

    Fyi, the late-Reverend Stephen Zajac, my Byzantine priest during teenage years, with a pleasant rebuke, used to tell me: “Better to light one candle than to curse the darkness.”

    A sincere thank you for always being civil, including with “night flower” U.R. commenters, geo.

    • Agree: Jeffery Cohen
    • Replies: @geokat62
  369. annamaria says:
    @peterAUS

    peterAUS: “… heavy handed pro-Palestinian propaganda here…”

    The “most moral” of holo-biz kind are upset: https://www.rt.com/news/440477-gaza-israel-protests-clashes/
    “Israel pounds Gaza: At least three activists were killed by sniper fire, including a 12-year-old boy… In addition, another 376 activists were wounded during the confrontation, including 126 injured by live gunfire. At least seven of them remain in critical condition. Among those injured were 10 females, 30 children, a paramedic and a journalist.

    Still peddling your “incomparable sufferings,” peterAUS? — This does not work anymore. Enough of your milking the world’ sympathy — the ugly image of the predatory Jewish Power has been revealed.

    And look at the efforts to preserve the holo-biz racket – “Study of Holocaust survivors finds trauma passed on to children’s genes:” https://www.theguardian.com/science/2015/aug/21/study-of-holocaust-survivors-finds-trauma-passed-on-to-childrens-genes
    — Your tribe has no shame (this is a truism since your tribe cultivates consciously the lack of decency: https://rense.com/general92/talmud.htm). For every claim by the “traumatized chosen” there are tens of thousands of claims by the real victims of the Jewish State, including children of the young Americans maimed and killed during the Wars for Israel. There are millions of the victims of zionism in the Middle East, Ukraine, Russia, the EU and the US.

  370. geokat62 says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    A sincere thank you for always being civil…

    Thanks, Chuck… appreciate it.

  371. tac says:

    Although not necessarily my view here is what some (US Presidential contenders) are speaking of:

  372. annamaria says:

    “Vandal defaces Jewish center in Virginia with 19 swastikas:” https://www.rt.com/usa/440540-swastika-jewish-center-virginia/

    “Local politicians condemned the move, emphasizing there is no room for hate in the peace-loving community. “An insidious rise in hateful actions and anti-Semitism is happening in Virginia and across the country,” Virginia Democratic Senator Tim Kaine said on Twitter. “We must meet it with fierce condemnation and an over-abundance of love and unity. We cannot allow hate to fester.”

    The context:

    “The US is Arming Neo-Nazis in Ukraine,” February 5, 2018

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=x5Uf7aooxvE

    “Israel Is Arming Neo-Nazis in Ukraine,” 2018: “The Azov Battalion uses the Nazi Wolfsangel symbol as its logo. Its founder Andriy Biletsky (center) has moved to ban “race mixing” in the Ukranian parliament. In a letter “about licenses for Ukraine,” the Israeli defense ministry’s arms export agency says they are “careful to grant licenses” to arms exporters “in full coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other government entities.”

    And where are the 52 main Jewish American organizations when the revival of Nazism needs condemnation? — The 52 main Jewish American organizations actually approve the Kagans-organizied pro-Nazi coup d’etat in Kiev:

    “How the Israel Lobby Protected Ukrainian Neo-Nazis.
    Rep. John Conyers wanted to block U.S. funding to neo-Nazis in Ukraine. But the ADL and Simon Wiesenthal Center refused to help.”

    https://www.alternet.org/world/how-israel-lobby-protected-ukrainian-neo-nazis

  373. Corvinus says:
    @Harold Smith

    “No, I mean it’s *apparent* that jewish supremacist madmen arranged for the IL-20 to be shot down, just like CalDre said, therefore it’s *apparent* that the allegations are true.”

    Except the characterization that Jewish leaders are “supremacist madmen” is YOUR creation, not observable reality.

    “You say the allegations haven’t been “proven”, but since nothing has come to light that would challenge the argument proffered by the Russian MOD (a simple denial by the perpetrators obviously carries no weight), the “allegations” actually have been “proven” – by a standard known as “preponderance of the evidence.”

    The Russians made a charge. A denial was made. The Russians are required to offer strong evidence, not additional allegations. You have been carrying on here with a false premise that it is the U.S. who has been the sole, unadulterated aggressor.

    “Nope. The fact of the matter is that it was no “warning,” but a “threat.” It was a threat by definition.”

    Absolutely not. It was a warning.

    “LOL! Putting MK-41 vertical launching systems in Romania and Poland is not “posturing and rhetoric”; it is constructive violation of the INF treaty. Period. The end.”

    You mean it was the Russians who had FIRST deployed GLCM’s which violated the INF treaty, with an outright refusal to negotiate. Of course, the Russians then made the accusation that the United States proceeded to completely ignore the INF treaty with their own deployment. U.S. and Russian officials have discussed the charges in political channels for several years, but in typical fashion, both sides are using posturing and engaging in rhetoric. You are simply not being truthful here.

    “On the contrary, the quotations are necessary and proper because any legitimate government of the U.S…”

    They are other than necessary and proper. Our government is legitimate. Certainly we may question its actions as being legitimate, but that is a separate issue.

    “The U.S. “government,” by and through its agent, Hutchison, *threatened* to “take out”…”

    No, it was a warning.

    “Sophistry. U.S. makes accusations, Russia denies and demands evidence, U.S. provides no evidence, U.S. makes threats.”

    Another false characterization on your part. The U.S. made a charge. It is incumbent for Russia to address it through the Special Verification Commission (SVC), established by the INF treaty as a venue for discussing the treaty’s implementation and compliance concerns. The Russian side is now obligated to discuss GLCM’s characteristics to U.S. experts on the SVC. The INF Treaty contains precise verification procedures. Again, you simply are not being truthful here.

    “Anywhere in the U.S., making threats is illegal…”

    Except it was not a threat, it was a warning.

    “Russia doesn’t make such threats, but the U.S. “government” routinely does.”

    Try again.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/russia/2566005/Russia-threatens-nuclear-attack-on-Poland-over-US-missile-shield-deal.html

    Again, are you done here?

    • Replies: @Robjil
    , @Harold Smith
  374. Arch Angel says: • Website
    @Dorian

    Oh my, you are obtuse aren’t you?

    Mr. Giraldi is not referring to any nuclear exchange in the Middle East, he is referring to a conflict triggered between American and Russian forces in Syria, which have a high likelihood of forcing the US and Russia into an escalation, possibly terminating in a nuclear exchange between the landmasses of those two countries.

    This is a plausible and well thought out scenario and forms the basis for Mr Giraldi’s cautionary article.

    Your response on the other hand is short on reason and long on words …

  375. @ChuckOrloski

    Chuck,

    With all the misgivings I have about Trump now, I do have to give him credit for one invaluable service that he has performed for this country: getting elected against all odds. In so doing, he has proven that the establishment is not omnipotent and that paves the path for future patriots to reach for the sword in the stone, where once they might have been dissuaded from such an effort by the sheer unrealism of the attempt, perhaps as Ron Paul was. That is not to say that Trump is a patriot – only time will tell.

    I also believe that the time to attack Syria has now passed. The change in the Russian tone last week and the arrival of game-changing weaponry there has rendered them nigh unassailable. There remains the not-insignificant possibility that Israel may still attempt to do so, but the first F35 to drop before an S-300 will be a devastating defeat for the foot soldiers of evil. I suspect that the Pentagon is actively trying to persuade Netanyahu from testing the F35 in Syria now, but with Israeli arrogance, all bets are off. Personally, I hope that they do try to attack Syria with half a dozen F35s, and they all get blown out of the sky. The Golan will fall shortly thereafter, and our troops will vacate Syria immediately.

    When that happens, my biggest fear is that all the rats leaving the sinking ship of Israel will descend in my back yard, ready to corrupt this nation even more than they already have. To geokat: if there is an immigration to be terrified off, that would be the one. At least with the Mexicans, the “diversity” is apparent. No such luck with invading Khazars.

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
    , @Anonymous
  376. tac says:

    With all the misgivings I have about Trump now

    C&D: Please take into account what is done not what is said.:

    TRUMP’S TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD NATIONAL SECURITY TEAM
    [...]
    Trump’s flailing against his own appointees is nothing less than pathetic, that of a pitiable Gulliver roped down by Lilliputians of his own installation.
    [...]
    If Trump plans to launch a spanking new useless conflict of his own (launching at least one war has become something of a presidential prerogative, the Constitution notwithstanding), Iran seems to be the place.
    [...]
    By early November we can expect further tightening of sanctions on number of countries continuing to do business with Iran, especially energy purchases. Among these are China and Turkey, and possibly India. (India is a special case because of Washington policymakers’ efforts to woo New Delhi as the linchpin of the anti-China “Indo-Pacific Quad” along with Japan and Australia.) But the most important targets will be countries of the European Union.
    [...]
    To sum up, Iran is the proximate target of a policy that has only one direction (forward) and one speed (fast). But the ultimate target is Russia, with no possible improvement in sight and a state of relations that worsens by the week; this is designed to crush its economy and financial system, render its security posture untenable, and lead to a reinstallation of a puppet government of the sort that existed in the 1990s, pending breaking up Russian into more manageable pieces. Finally, after Iran and Russia are disposed of next in line is China, against which covert action to sabotage the Belt and Road Initiative may already have begun.

    There isn’t anything remotely America First about any of this. It’s certainly not what this Deplorable voted for. But with the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad national security team Trump has saddled himself with

    https://southfront.org/trumps-terrible-horrible-no-good-very-bad-national-security-team/

    Also the the video I’ve previously posted about Patrick Little (who is running for President of US) is a shortened version of this (as I’ve stated previously his views are not inlined with mine but should be viewed as a state of current affairs):

    The point in all of this, if we love our countries and their ‘freedoms’ we either stand up and fight for it or we let our progeny deal with it some time in the near future…it’s your collective choice……

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  377. Cloak And Dagger comments, consistent learning experience, he wrote: ‘That is not to say that Trump is a patriot – only time will tell.”

    “Fear & Loathing” Scranton Greetings, Cloak And Dagger!

    I like to follow Paul Craig Roberts’ profound and plain spoken articles. Linked (down below) is a work dealing primarily with the Kavanaugh nomination and accompanying unpatriotic sex circus. More importantly though, here PCR put distance between himself & Ron Unz by affirming Cheney-W. Bush administration’s Trojan Horse involvement with 9/11 and GWOT kick-off.

    High level Zionist officials & “intellectual(?)” Neoconservative personalities embedded themselves into the Trump administration, and under the diabolical ingenious Oded Yinon plan guidelines, they are forwarding establishment of Greater Israel.

    In short, C&D, and always attuned to timing, international Jewry desperately needed a Trump presidency to rapidly advance Greater Israel border-goals. So with deep respect for your optimism, I suggest you were premature in projecting, “I also believe that the time to attack Syria has now passed.” Nope, uh-uh.

    (Zigh) World False False Flag terror-attacks daily mount and Zionist Jews always manage to get their wars, and afterward deploy ‘Merkin soldiers do the combat thing.

    Who knows, C&D? The Trump economic miracle sentenced to hell soon, & come 2020, perhaps awe struck & demoralized ‘Merkins will be given “election” of a Democrat War PreZident (AIPAC-approved) team, Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren.

    Thank you! Refer below?

    https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2018/10/06/there-was-no-debate-when-we-needed-one/

    Selah, Donald Trump is a Greater Israel patriot and, in the words of P.G., selah, “The world is one click closer to annihilation.”

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  378. Robjil says:
    @Corvinus

    “Russia doesn’t make such threats, but the US government routinely does.” Yes, that is true beyond doubt. Your reference to Poland proves it. Poland is not the US. It outside the US. Russia doesn’t threaten the US like the US does all the time to Russia and every country on earth except her colonial master, Israel. The US has been setting up biolabs in US ruled Ukraine and Georgia. These biolabs are trying to make diseases to effect the people of the Russian Federation,its livestock, and its agriculture. These biolabs are a great danger to the entire planet. Diseases can’t be confined, they escape. Creating diseases to hurt people, livestock or agriculture is the most immoral thing a human can do. Why isn’t this brought up at the UN?

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  379. @tac

    Wisely, tac wrote: “C&D: Please take into account what is done not what is said.”

    As you know, the Zionist PNAC made clear that another “Pearl Harbor” event was needed to launch an immoral ZUSA Global War On Terrot.

    With non-investigated False Flag attacks conveniently blamed upon Al-Qaeda, on 9/11, such happened! Period.

    Given whatever type of intense war that’s required, PreZident Trump’s present assignment is to further advance Israeli irredentist, M.E. empire plans.

    Thanks!

  380. @Cloak And Dagger

    When that happens, my biggest fear is that all the rats leaving the sinking ship of Israel will descend in my back yard, ready to corrupt this nation even more than they already have. To geokat: if there is an immigration to be terrified off, that would be the one. At least with the Mexicans, the “diversity” is apparent. No such luck with invading Khazars.

    Greetings C&D, I would not wish it on anyone let alone the nice people of USA and the good country of USA.

    That is not to say that Trump is a patriot – only time will tell.

    He is Deep State like Bush Jr. and Obama.

    I also believe that the time to attack Syria has now passed.

    Imagine, Bahrain is inviting Syria back in the Arab League and Arab Fold. A strong cooperation between Sunni and Shia.

    Personally, I hope that they do try to attack Syria with half a dozen F35s, and they all get blown out of the sky.

    F35 has the worst software with full of bugs. And, the software is controlled by Deep State.

    The Golan will fall shortly thereafter, and our troops will vacate Syria immediately.

    USA will vacate the complete Middle East including Afghanistan, as they are now in the process of vacating Korea. Time to build infrastructure with the help of Core of Engineers. USA, Middle East and Russia have done their part. China for their part will shred all those USA Treasury Bonds, to wipe off almost all the debt.

    Good times are ahead!

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  381. @ChuckOrloski

    I like to follow Paul Craig Roberts’ profound and plain spoken articles. Linked (down below) is a work dealing primarily with the Kavanaugh nomination and accompanying unpatriotic sex circus. More importantly though, here PCR put distance between himself & Ron Unz by affirming Cheney-W. Bush administration’s Trojan Horse involvement with 9/11 and GWOT kick-off.

    Greetings Chuck, Paul Craig Robert is a gate-keeper for Deep State.

    Who knows, C&D? The Trump economic miracle sentenced to hell soon, & come 2020, perhaps awe struck & demoralized ‘Merkins will be given “election” of a Democrat War PreZident (AIPAC-approved) team, Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren.

    I seriously doubt it as Trump will be re-elected. He is already taking about further replacing 3 Justices of the Supreme Court. Give you a hint, they are all female. One is already past her time, and the other two will be impeached.

    In short, C&D, and always attuned to timing, international Jewry desperately needed a Trump presidency to rapidly advance Greater Israel border-goals. So with deep respect for your optimism, I suggest you were premature in projecting, “I also believe that the time to attack Syria has now passed.” Nope, uh-uh.

    The Red Heifer is still in the breeding process and not bred yet. Brother, for a while you became very positive and sending everyone with Mercy. The only way Lucifer can play on you, if you give up HOPE!

    For the last seventy years, I don’t see the Palestinians have given up HOPE!

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  382. @Jeffery Cohen

    Sara Netanyahu goes on trial for fraud

    After being charged with fraud, breach of trust, aggravated fraudulent receipt of goods, trial of PM Netanyahu’s wife begins; if convicted, Sara Netanyahu could face up to five years in prison.

    https://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-5365548,00.html

  383. @Corvinus

    “Try again.”

    LOL! You’re really getting desperate, aren’t you? I don’t need to try again; rather, you need to learn how to read; or to learn how to comprehend what you read; or to learn how to read past misleading headlines; or to stop being so embarrassingly dishonest, or some combination thereof.

    According to the article, Gen. Nogovitsyn said:

    “‘By hosting these, Poland is making itself a target. This is 100 per cent certain. It becomes a target for attack. Such targets are destroyed as a first priority.’”

    I know that moral reasoning isn’t your strong suit, but please try and follow along as best you can as I analyze the situation. I’ll try to make it as simple as possible.

    If you’ll recall, I said earlier that whether or not some statement would be deemed a warning or a threat depends on what is said and the context in which it is said.

    In this case it’s immediately clear that Poland’s hosting of the missile launcher system poses a threat to Russia. It is an act of aggression against Russia. (You disagree? How would the U.S. take it if the shoe were on the other foot? For example, how would the U.S. react if Mexico and/or Canada agreed to host a Russian missile system? Would it not view Mexico and/or Canada as having perpetrated a hostile act which threatens the U.S.? Of course it would).

    The general is merely emphasizing the rather obvious fact that by voluntarily hosting a U.S. weapon system – a weapon system which will be used against Russia if war breaks out – Poland is voluntarily making itself a legitimate target. To put it another way, Poland has made itself *morally defenseless* against an attack by Russia in the course of exercising its right to defend itself. (And what else would you expect the General to say under the circumstances?)

    The point being there is no element of immorality (evil) in the Russian position (or the General’s presentation of it per se) under the circumstances, thus the statement is a warning to Poland not a threat.

    Maybe an example will help drive the point home?

    You’re sitting in a bar, having an argument with your ex-boyfriend. Both you and he are drunk and loud. And the bartender and some of the other patrons are getting a bit concerned with your behavior.

    Your ex-boyfriend tells you that one of these days he may come over to your house and rape your daughter. (You really know how to pick them, don’t you?) And you respond by telling him that if he comes to your house and attacks your daughter, you’ll kill him.

    The bartender doesn’t hear the whole conversation but he hears you say to your ex-boyfriend “…I’ll kill you.” By now he wants to get rid of you somehow, so he calls the cops, and the cops come and charge you with “making terroristic threats.”

    Luckily for you one of the other customers heard the whole conversation and he agrees to be a witness at your hearing in the magistrate’s office. He explains to the magistrate that you were responding to your ex-boyfriend’s threat to come to your house and rape your daughter.

    Being that you were responding to a threat made against your family, and being that you have a right to defend your family against an intruder, you’re acquitted of the charge of “making terroristic threats.”

    So as you can see, your example does not prove me wrong. Nice try though.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  384. tac says:

    There is nothing that can be said or done to ‘break’ the spirit, the resolve, and henceforth the WILL of likes of me because we have experienced both the the serene and the tragic—being witness to the most unspeakable suffering of our kin coupled with the determination to make light of the tragedy—we speak from the pinnacle of human experience only to warn the novice.

    The death and suffering one is witness to serves one to removes any notion of retribution, pain, or any sense of finite state of one’s life. Life is not the same afterwards!

    Words are mere artifacts to what lives inside! These artifacts are witness to what was once REAL–full of hope and belief in the false beliefs of equality–and is now an afterthought. These European attractions speak to what exactly:

    • Agree: Jeffery Cohen
  385. Corvinus says:
    @Robjil

    “Yes, that is true beyond doubt. Your reference to Poland proves it. Poland is not the US. It outside the US. Russia doesn’t threaten the US like the US does all the time to Russia and every country on earth except her colonial master, Israel.”

    You are doubling down like Harold. The fact of the matter is that Russia does engage in threats, as clearly evident by the link I provided.

    “The US has been setting up biolabs in US ruled Ukraine and Georgia.”

    Actually, the people of the Ukraine and Georgia rule their own individual nations.

    “These biolabs are trying to make diseases to effect the people of the Russian Federation,its livestock, and its agriculture.”

    Potentially impact Russia. And, indeed, these biolabs are a grave concern. Are you similarily outraged at this development?

    http://theweek.com/articles/764076/russias-deadly-nerve-agent-explained

    • Replies: @Robjil
    , @annamaria
  386. @Jeffery Cohen

    Mercifully(?), Jeffery Cohen schooled me, wrote: “The Red Heifer is still in the breeding process and not bred yet. Brother, for a while you became very positive and sending everyone with Mercy. The only way Lucifer can play on you, if you give up HOPE!”

    Greetings Scranton-in-the-Black, Jeffery!

    Regarding your above sentences, it’s vital for all to know the fact that, on May 14, 1948, a (freak) Red, White, and Blue “heifer” was born inside the Lincoln bedroom!

    Fyi, on that fated day, the United States, in the flesh & bone of President Harry Truman, recognized the provisional Jewish government as de facto authority of the new Jewish state (de jure recognition was extended on January 31).

    In addition, and greater than ten (10) years ago, Jeffery, you might recall how the New York Post reported on the finding of an ominous “talking carp” inside a Jewish NYC-based fish market.

    So, J.C. — have some 2% milk, and go with the Mercy! Uh, fyi, the hopeful & cheerful scholar, C.S. Lewis, liked to bid adieu that way.

    • Agree: Jeffery Cohen
  387. So, J.C. — have some 2% milk, and go with the Mercy! Uh, fyi, the hopeful & cheerful scholar, C.S. Lewis, liked to bid adieu that way.

    Greetings brother,

    BTW, what happened to the Heifer Worshiper (Sam) and the Little Heifer Worshiper (Iffen)! (grin).

    And, I am not talking about “Golden Calf” as it was a substitute during desperate times, because the real “Heifer” was NOT available. Mighty rich slaves with all that gold..

    • Replies: @Jeffery Cohen
  388. @Jeffery Cohen

    [Too many completely off-topic comments. Change this if you want your comments published.]

  389. Robjil says:
    @Corvinus

    I used to read the Week. I gave up on it. It panders to all US/west deep state nonsense. This nerve gas is a British false flag game. Nerve gas is not an infectious disease that could potentially spread like wild fire. Creating diseases can spread like wild fire and destroy all of humanity, its flora and fauna. That is a big difference. Ukraine and Georgia are not independent nations anymore. The US especially has a tight grip on Ukraine. No more “revolutions” will be “allowed” in Ukraine or Georgia while the US has this tight control on them. These biolabs are US controled in US ukraine or US georgia. Both of these US controlled countries have no insight or input about what goes on in these labs.
    No doubling down, Poland is not the US. Poland is US controlled and thousands of miles from the US mainland.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
    , @Corvinus
  390. @Robjil

    Understandably, by degree, Robjil erred, wrote: “Poland is US controlled…”

    Uh, fyi, since (at minimum) turn of the 20th century, Poland’s economy was dominated by Jewish wealth, which evolved & come the end of WWII, endorsed Poland’s BETRAYAL via the victorious “Big Three” concession to Stalin, which permitted the battered Roman Catholic nation to fall to communism, and become part of the Cold War’s Warsaw Pact.

    Regrettably, Robjil, the US government cunningly fell to Jewish Zionist control, and at best, your proposition ideally should be, “Poland is western-Zionist controlled, with mighty military ZUSA backing.”

    Thanks!

    • Replies: @Robjil
  391. Robjil says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    I agree. Any nation under US control today is in reality Zio controlled. Sadly, this is true beyond doubt. 500 BC fanatics rule the US with a tight fist. Poland when it joined the western club, it imagined the US as the great nation of the 1776 rebels. In reality, that US does not exist anymore, the US is ruled by fanatics dreaming of some 500 BC primitive Middle Eastern fantasy. In our time, the biggest and most dangerous fantasy of our ZUS 500 BC fanatics rulers is the “Seven nations to destroy for the nine eleven” false flag. Six of the seven have been messed up quite bad. Iran is the only one left in the wind. The constant “chatter” from our ruling 500 BC fanatics about Iran is all about this. The ZUS should not be called a democracy anymore, it is a Zio Destroycracy. Destroying is the main and only agenda of our 500 BC rulers. We should not call nine eleven by this number combo anymore. It rewards the doers. In Judaic gemetria, nine represents something painful but needed. This is related to the nine months for a human birth. Ten is the number of God’s creation. This perhaps related to humans having ten fingers and ten toes. Eleven, in Judaic gemetria, is considered the evil number, a one up on God’s ten creation number. Perhaps, to respect the victims we should rename the crime of that day as the NY/Pentagon attacks.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  392. @Robjil

    Robjil suggested: “Eleven, in Judaic gemetria, is considered the evil number, a one up on God’s ten creation number.”

    Above, am not a student of Judaic “gemetria.”

    Nonetheless, Robjil, I intuit something darkly ritualistic happened on September 11, 2001.

    The event darkens as millions of aware “dumb goyim” and elite Zionist Jews know Israel along with unaccountable ZUSA- traitors did 9/11, and they have no fear whatsoever of getting caught.

    Zigh.

  393. Scranton Calling geokat, U.R. Comment Department Research Specialist.

    Good afternoon, geo.

    Fyr, in 1985, uh perhaps prior to your birth(?), I watched the Arnon Milchan-produced movie, “Brazil.” *

    Very weird, actually disturbing, “Brazil” is set in a dystopian US society where mindless terrorist acts occur and advertisement billboards blanket both sides of city expressway roads. In one very fucked-up mall scene, a child sits upon Santa Claus’s lap & tells him that he wants a credit card for Christmas. Meanwhile, the ‘guvmint wages war against terrorism!

    During either late-1985 or 1986, & dismayed by having watched “Brazil” twice, I wrote a letter to the Time Magazine editor about the movie’s sheer
    weirdness and my letter was published!

    Regrettably, I have lost the particular Time Magazine and am wondering if you can pull a “Brazil” rabbit out of your hat, geo, find it via an aggressive internet search? If not so be it, and thank you!

    * A Hollywood mogul & crime associate with Shimon Peres & Benjamin Netanyahu, Arnon Milchan’s company produced the scary (year 2000) TV program-episode titled, “The Lone Gunman” that presented a remotely hijacked aircraft flying into a World Trade Center Tower.

  394. To geokat: Second thought, a possible helpful clue?

    A blooming dumb goyim, U. of Scranton-dissident at the time, I probably signed the Time Magazine-published “Brazil” Letter to Editor, as Charles J. Orloski, Jr., Taylor, Pa.

    Btw, geo, these days, the Grand Hasbara Obfuscator team, iffen & Sam The Sham Shama, liked to call me “Woodchuck” and unoriginal (hee-hee), they thought such was funny, insulting. (Zigh)

    Thank you. Uh, maybe I’ll have to go to the Scranton-based public library to try and find my “Brazil” letter to editor?

    • Replies: @geokat62
  395. Anonymous[188] • Disclaimer says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    At least with the Mexicans, the “diversity” is apparent. No such luck with invading Khazars.

    That was the past. The Khazars are fully visible now and it’s all over.

  396. geokat62 says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Uh, maybe I’ll have to go to the Scranton-based public library to try and find my “Brazil” letter to editor?

    Hey, Chuck. If you happen to recall what the cover looked like, you could do a search with the following keywords:

    time magazine letters to editor october 1985

    Here is a sample result:

    http://content.time.com/time/magazine/0,9263,7601851007,00.html

    Just change the month and year to see if you recognize the cover.

    I was surprised that Time Magazine provides full access to their archives. I tried looking for Letters to the Editor, but couldn’t see anything.

    You could give it a try before heading for the basement.

    • Replies: @ChuckOrloski
  397. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Just read Lifton’s 900 page insanity including the chapters about the relays of surgeons standing by to alter the wounds hours after his death.

    Lifton never concluded anything about the killer, just copied the other books except for the chapters about altering wounds and switching coffins

    The only good thing about The Who Killed JFK industry is the work it provided for the publishing industry cardboard box manufacturers and paper manufacturers book stores and truck drivers.

    How many books, 2,000? 3,000? Just endless theories.

    My college professors all claimed it was a coalition of oil companies FBI CIA secret service Dallas Police entire population of Dallas and the right wing.
    But none of those commies came up with Lifton’s nonsense about post mortem surgery on the plane and switched coffins.

  398. @geokat62

    Hi geokat,

    At the time of Time Mag’s “Brazil” letter publication, I was excited & consumed with making future academic plans, doing part-time work, and courtin’ my future bride.

    No remembrance about the mag cover, geo!

    I recall simply tearing out the letter’s particular page and having tucked it away along with other newspaper/magazine clippings that I desired to save for posterity.

    Today, I wanted to use my “Brazil” letter in order to bring the notorious film-works of Arnon Milchan to the attention of our U.R.-comment brothers & sisters. Oh, nice try I suppose.

    In an independent United States of America, that is free from Israeli “entanglement,” the “Deep State” functionary, Arnon Milchan, would be arrested and brought to justice.

    Thanks a bunch for the advice, geo…, will let it begone for now.

  399. Anon[100] • Disclaimer says:

    Things will get only worse until there is a catastrophe. Empires that are in the midst of collapse often focus on external enemies, real or imagined, in order to distract from domestic troubles. America’s Ruling Class has turned the former nation into an empire filled with millions of dissimilar races, all of which hate each other, most of all the white males who created and sustain the country; therefore, the Empire goes in search of enemies to attack as a distraction. This will end very badly. Personally, I think breaking up the United States like the Soviet Union broke up is probably the best thing that could happen for world peace. Let the Red States/counties break apart from the Blue ones. Afterwards, both sides will moderate and there will be a period of world peace; in any case, neither side will have the will, manpower, or finances to rule the world even if they wanted to. This is an elegant, peaceful solution that I think Giraldi can understand. He should perhaps address this possibility.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  400. peterAUS says:
    @Anon

    Not a bad reading up to

    ….this is an elegant, peaceful

    Funny.

    Lack of historical context I mean. Like the period April 12, 1861 to May 9, 1865.

  401. Anon[377] • Disclaimer says:

    “I can only echo my disappointment that Pres. trump has yet to clearly define what we are doing there and more untangle us from these regions.”

    Trump is a conundrum. The man genuinely has good instincts, but they are undermined by his extreme vanity and poor judge of character. I’ve never seen anything like this before. He surrounds himself with bad people because they suck up to him, even though it is known that they undermine him. Probably, someone he foolishly trusts told him XY and Z about Syria, so he reversed course based on nothing other than their word. In a few months, his instincts will resurface and he will once again change his mind. Then he will be savagely attacked by the warmongering press and told the opposite by Pence and Bolton, changing his mind back. Rinse, wash, repeat.

  402. Anon[377] • Disclaimer says:

    “Funny. Lack of historical context I mean. Like the period April 12, 1861 to May 9, 1865.”

    The point was to avoid conflict if at all possible, not promote it. A peaceful separation shouldn’t be automatically discounted. It’s certainly more elegant than a Leftist police state or bands of antifa/alt-right yahoos fighting it out in the streets. If something isn’t done, that is where we’ll end up.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
  403. Corvinus says:
    @Harold Smith

    “In this case it’s immediately clear that Poland’s hosting of the missile launcher system poses a threat to Russia. It is an act of aggression against Russia.”

    Except the problem here is that there is a long-standing history of Russian aggression against Poland. Thus, Poland is defending itself from a future attack. This missile launcher system serves as a warning; it deters Russia from a potential invasion.

    “(You disagree? How would the U.S. take it if the shoe were on the other foot? For example, how would the U.S. react if Mexico and/or Canada agreed to host a Russian missile system? Would it not view Mexico and/or Canada as having perpetrated a hostile act which threatens the U.S.? Of course it would).””

    Not an analogous situation. There is no history of Mexican or Canadian aggression against the United States. Moreover, even if these two nations had agreed to such an arrangement, we need to understand the reasons why. Please be realistic next time.

    “The general is merely emphasizing the rather obvious fact that by voluntarily hosting a U.S. weapon system – a weapon system which will be used against Russia if war breaks out – Poland is voluntarily making itself a legitimate target.”

    No, Russia is assuming that Poland is making itself a target. Rather, Poland is exercising its liberty as a nation to make a choice in ensuring it will not be subject to future Russian aggression.

    “To put it another way, Poland has made itself *morally defenseless* against an attack by Russia in the course of exercising its right to defend itself. (And what else would you expect the General to say under the circumstances?)”

    Actually, Russia is morally bankrupt here by refusing to acknowledge that Poland is well within its right to conduct its own defense how it sees fit in light of past Russian behavior. Poland has a history of NOT invading other nations or engaging in imperialistic endeavors.

    “The point being there is no element of immorality (evil) in the Russian position (or the General’s presentation of it per se) under the circumstances, thus the statement is a warning to Poland not a threat.”

    Actually, there is an element of evil. Russia threatened to invade merely because of Poland’s decision to protect itself.

  404. Corvinus says:
    @Robjil

    “I used to read the Week. I gave up on it. It panders to all US/west deep state nonsense.”

    That would be Fake News.

    “This nerve gas is a British false flag game.”

    More Fake News.

    “Ukraine and Georgia are not independent nations anymore.”

    Actually, they are independent.

    “No doubling down, Poland is not the US. Poland is US controlled and thousands of miles from the US mainland.”

    The fact remains that Russia made a threat.

    • Replies: @Robjil
  405. annamaria says:
    @Corvinus

    Robjil: “The US has been setting up biolabs in US ruled Ukraine and Georgia.”

    Corvinus: “Actually, the people of the Ukraine and Georgia rule their own individual nations.”

    — Corvinus, don’t you mean that Georgia is a sovereign country? Come on..

    Here is a difference between you and a fearless woman Dilyana Gaytandzhieva: Dilyana seeks truth whereas you are into the full apologetic support for the lawless ZUSA.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-16/us-diplomats-involved-trafficking-human-blood-and-pathogens-secret-military-program

    “International law is not applicable.
    Under a 3 year-long agreement between the Walter Reeds Army Institute and the Georgian National Center for Disease Control (NCDC), the Pentagon has been given full access to the local collection of deadly bio agents in order to study them. These are agents which can cause Anthrax, Tularemia, Brucella and plague.

    According to the agreement’s provisions, “international law is not applicable to this Agreement, the parties agree that no court, tribunal or international entity has jurisdiction or authority to consider or provide judgement in case of disputes arising between the parties of this agreement.”

    US scientists test viruses under diplomatic immunity.
    Tasked with the program at the Lugar Center are biologists from the US Army Medical Research Unit-Georgia (USAMRU-G) along with private American contractors and the US Center for Disease Control (CDC). Certain zones of the laboratory are classified zones and are accessible only to American citizens with security clearance. They are accorded diplomatic immunity under the 2002 US-Georgia Agreement on defense cooperation.”

    – Wouldn’t you, Corvinus, like to have your family living next to the US-established biolab which is not subject to international law and which is managed by “researchers” with diplomatic immunity?

    https://www.veteranstoday.com/2016/02/26/neo-lugar-bioweapons-laboratory-a-time-bomb-in-georgia-and-region/

    “The Georgian media is reporting that the Lugar Laboratory is a slow-acting lethal bomb. Giorgi Chkheidze, a Georgian journalist who has been reporting on this story, has pointed out that none of a succession of Health Ministers, or any other “competent person” in the new government, has been willing to live up to their oaths by addressing this matter, and for good reason. …

    The terms of the Biological Weapons Convention Treaty prohibit the development of biological weapons, and especially conducting experiments on human subjects.

    It’s all about the biological weapons convention. It needs a way of evading the rules. The US has no right to conduct research into dangerous pathogens which can be weaponised.”

  406. Sparkon says:
    @Corvinus

    Except the problem here is that there is a long-standing history of Russian aggression against Poland. Thus, Poland is defending itself from a future attack. This missile launcher system serves as a warning; it deters Russia from a potential invasion.
    [...]
    Poland has a history of NOT invading other nations or engaging in imperialistic endeavors.

    Really? Have you forgotten — or did you ever know about — the False Dimitrys?

    The Polish–Muscovite War or the Polish–Russian War (1605–1618), also known as the Dimitriads, was a sequence of military conflicts and eastward invasions carried out by the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, or the private armies and mercenaries led by the magnates (the Commonwealth aristocracy). The Russian Tsardom was torn at the time by a series of civil wars sparked by dynastic crisis and overall internal chaos, a period of Russian history referred to as the “Time of Troubles“.

    The participants in the war and their goals changed several times: the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth was not formally at war with Russia until 1609, and various Russian factions fought amongst themselves, and allied with the Commonwealth and other countries, or fought against them. Sweden also participated in the conflict during the course of the Ingrian War (1610–1617), sometimes allying with Russia, and other times fighting against it. The aims of the various factions changed frequently as did the scale of their goals, which ranged from minor border adjustments to imposing Polish Kings or Polish-backed impostors’ claims to the Russian throne, even to the creation of a new state by forming a union between the Commonwealth and Russia.

    When the Poles were in Moscow in the 17th century, that was purely defensive too, in the same way that U.S. forces operating in and over Syria in the 21st century are engaging in purely defensive maneuvers on sovereign Syrian soil because, you know, the best defense is a good offense.

  407. Corvinus says:

    “Really? Have you forgotten — or did you ever know about — the False Dimitrys?”

    Thanks. The history I was referring to was recent–2oth century. The fact remains that in the 1900′s, it was Russia who did the jackbooting.

    • Replies: @Sparkon
  408. peterAUS says:
    @Anon

    A peaceful separation shouldn’t be automatically discounted.

    Actually, it should.

    If something isn’t done, that is where we’ll end up.

    We will. One of those two scenarios. Say……..45/55 %.

  409. Robjil says:
    @Corvinus

    Decipher these facts. There is something rotten in our Western Zion world

    1991 war on Iraq ended on Purim.

    2003 war on Iraq started on Purim.

    2011 war on Libya started on Purim.

    Seven nations in five years to destroy for the NY/Pentagon attacks – Wesley Clark

    Deuteronomy 7.1-2 – Destroy seven nations for Yahweh’s Israel.

    The same number in the memo that Clark saw in the Pentagon a few days after the NY/ Pentagon attacks.

    It is was OK that 500000 Iraqi children died for US sanctions in the 1990s – Mad Albright

    Operation Gladio – false flag attacks on civilians in Western Europe. They were blamed on Leftists so Western Europeans would not vote leftist. Judge Felice Casson discovered this in 1984. Now that is a real discovery. We should have Judge Felice Casson day. These Operation Gladio attacks is quite familiar to what it is going on today with the endless “attacks” from Isis or whoever is the favor of the month or week. We have a mind, it is a terrible thing to waste it by only following western MSM con. Theories.

    The British nerve gas games seems quite similar to the Operation Gladio games.

    Developing diseases that effect humans, fauna and flora is the worst crime possible on this planet. The US has to be called out for its many biolabs all over the world before it is too late for humanity.

    US ukraine and US georgia are “independent” nations only on paper, not in reality. The US has free rein to do whatever it wants in either one. The US biolabs are a glaring example of the US’s power in these so-called “independent” nations. US poland is in the same boat. It has US nukes and it also had detention centers for torture for the US.

    We don’t have a Democracy in the western world these days. We have only Destroycracy. The US and friends main agenda is Destruction above all. It is so sad how low the western world has fallen.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  410. Sparkon says:
    @Corvinus

    The fact remains that in the 1900′s, it was Russia who did the jackbooting.

    What remains of the facts is often buried in ignorance, but again I refer you to the pages of history, again Wikipedia:

    The Japanese government perceived a Russian threat to its plans for expansion into Asia and chose to go to war. After negotiations broke down in 1904, the Japanese Navy opened hostilities by attacking the Russian Eastern Fleet at Port Arthur, China, in a surprise attack.

    So, the 20th century opened with Russia coming under sneak attack from the Japanese, who had been able to build a modern navy thanks to generous loans from Kuhn, Loeb & Shysters arranged by Jacob Schiff, a Jewish financier who was determined to take down the Tsar, and who was himself rewarded for his efforts with an unprecedented glorious decoration from the Japanese emperor himself: The Second Order of the Imperial Treasure.

    Few things, if any, contributed more to the outbreak of WWII than Polish refusal to negotiate over Danzig, intransigence coupled with florid bellicosity toward Germany, along with violence and dispossession directed against German nationals in Poland, much of it personified and directed by pompous anti-German loudmouth Field Marshal Edward Rydz-Śmigły, who was to turn tail and flee from the field of battle at the first sign of the Wehrmacht.

    History records too that it was the Germans who attacked the Soviet Union in June 1941, ostensibly –in the revisionist view– because Stalin’s Red Army was poised to attack Germany, so once again it was the claim of an alleged or perceived Russian threat that justified an attack.

    Perceived Russian Threat. ‘Has a nice ring to it, but who will perceive the perceivers?

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  411. Corvinus says:
    @Sparkon

    “So, the 20th century opened with Russia coming under sneak attack from the Japanese…”

    We are talking about Russia and Poland. Russia invaded Poland along with Germany in 1939. Russia assume control of Poland after World War II. That is the jackbooting I am referring to. Stay on point.

    “who had been able to build a modern navy thanks to generous loans from Kuhn, Loeb & Shysters arranged by Jacob Schiff, a Jewish financier…”

    Niwdog’s Law—As an online discussion continues with multiple posters, the likelihood of a person making assertions that the Jews are behind everything in the world that is “bad” exponentially grows.

    “Few things, if any, contributed more…”

    Your opinion.

    “to the outbreak of WWII than Polish refusal to negotiate over Danzig”

    Actually, after WW1, the Versailles Treaty made Danzig, a former Prussian city, a quasi-independent city-state. Danzig was governed by a local parliament supervised by a League of Nations appointed commissioner. It was surrounded by Polish territory. Of course, the Polish wanted it for themselves, and the Germans sought to remain independent. The Nazis made sure that Danzig would remain in German hands.

    • Replies: @Sparkon
  412. Corvinus says:
    @Robjil

    “Operation Gladio – false flag attacks on civilians in Western Europe.”

    Allegedly.

    “We don’t have a Democracy in the western world these days.”

    You would be sadly mistaken.

    “US ukraine and US georgia are “independent” nations only on paper, not in reality.”

    That would be Fake News.

    • Replies: @Robjil
    , @Robjil
  413. Sparkon says:
    @Corvinus

    Niwdog’s Law

    Don’t trip over your lips rushing to play the victim by mischaracterizing my accounts of shrimp shyster Schiff’s financing of Japan against Russia as

    “assertions that the Jews are behind everything in the world that is “bad”

    Overreact much?

    Poland wants war with Germany and Germany will not be able to avoid it even if she wants to.”
    – Polish Marshal Rydz-Smigly as reported in the Daily Mail, August 6th, 1939


    Rydz-Śmigły declaring Hitler an enemy of the state, Kraków, 6 August 1939

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  414. Robjil says:
    @Corvinus

    Operation Gladio was false flag attacks on civilians during the cold war. Read Daniele Ganser’s “NATO’s Secret Armies ” Operation Gladio and Terrorism in Western Europe

    BBC did a detailed documentary about it.

    Ukraine is a US colony and nothing more than that.

    http://euromaidanpress.com/2016/06/25/viktor-medvedchuk-crimea-is-russia-and-ukraine-is-a-colony-of-the-west/

    “Ukraine had an independent foreign policy before Viktor Yushchenko was elected president.”

    ““If anyone believes that people in Luhansk and Donetsk are clamouring to return to Ukraine, then they live in a delusional world. I can say this freely as I’ve had the opportunity of talking with people who live there.”

    https://theduran.com/us-switching-to-ukraine-as-location-to-start-world-war-iii-against-russia/

    “Originally posted at strategic-culture.org:

    The United States Government is now treating Ukraine as if it were a NATO member, and on September 27th donated to Ukraine two warships for use against Russia. This is the latest indication that the US is switching to Ukraine as the locale to start World War III, and from which the nuclear war is to be sparked against Russia, which borders Ukraine.”

    “The US Government is trying to bully Russia and its allies, and now is overtly threatening to go to a naval blockade against Russia. Those two warships that the US just donated to Ukraine could be helpful in such a blockade. Alternatively, Ukraine’s re-invasion of Donbass might become Trump’s opportunity to ‘aid a NATO ally’ and precipitate WW III from a conventional war in Donbass. Either way would likely produce from Russia a nuclear blitz-attack to eliminate as many of America’s retaliatory weapons as possible, so as to beat the US to the punch. In military terms, the side that suffers the less damage ‘wins’, even if it’s a nuclear war that destroys the planet. The side that would strike first in a nuclear war would almost certainly suffer the less damage, because most of the opponent’s retaliatory weaponry would be destroyed in that attack. Trump is playing nuclear “chicken” against Putin. He is sorely trying Putin’s patience.”

  415. Robjil says:
    @Corvinus

    Sadly we don’t have democracies in the west anymore. We have a huge Destroycracy ruling the west – the US, mostly for Israel’s wishes.

    https://www.counterpunch.org/2016/10/07/the-united-states-as-destroyer-of-nations/

    “The stark truth is that the U.S. really has no intentions of helping to build strong states in the Middle East or elsewhere. Rather, as we see time and again – e.g., in Yugoslavia, Sudan, Libya, Yemen, Syria, Somalia, Ukraine – the goal of U.S. foreign policy, whether stated or not, is increasingly and more aggressively the destruction and balkanization of independent states. However, it is important to recognize that this goal is not new. ”

    http://americanfreepress.net/7-nations-on-neocon-hit-list/

    “In a speech in San Francisco, top General Wesley Kanne Clark, Sr. recounted a memo drafted by former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld’s office in the wake of 9-11 that was brought to his attention by a top Pentagon official. The neocons’ plot, he was told, was “to attack and destroy the governments in seven countries in five years—we’re going to start with Iraq, and then we’re going to move to Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Iran.” Clark said the neocons “wanted us to destabilize the Middle East, turn it upside down, make it under our control.”

    The “seven nations to destroy” theme comes from Deuteronomy 7. 1-2. Here Chabad explains how it is possible to do a destruction theme from the Old testament at any moment in time. I guess the Pentagon loves these Old testament destruction themes, since we are not a Democracy now, based on the will of the people, but a Destroycracy at this moment in time.

    https://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/961561/jewish/Positive-Commandment-187.htm

    “Since these seven nations no longer exist4 a person could think that this commandment is not noheg l’doros [for all generations5]. But only someone who does not understand the concept of noheg l’doros would think such a thing. A command that can be fulfilled without being limited to a certain time is considered noheg l’doros, because if the act would become possible in any generation, the mitzvah would apply.

    the mitzvah to kill them is still considered noheg l’doros, just as the mitzvah to wage war against Amalek is considered noheg l’doros even after their destruction. This is because it is not dependant on a certain time or place, such as in Egypt8 or in the desert.9 The mitzvah is dependant solely upon the object of the mitzvah: whenever they are found, the mitzvah must be fulfilled. “

  416. APilgrim says:

    The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station was the worst man-made disaster in History.

    The Science and Security Board of the Commie Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists IGNORED those four (4) reactor explosions, each with 100% containment loss, into the land, sea and air. Their God Damned Propaganda Clock did NOT move forward, as the Unit-4 Spent Fuel Pool teetered on the edge of the cliff. Japanese worked furiously, 24/7 to shore up that Spent Fuel Pool, and then to relocate the Nuclear Fuel Assemblies to a safer location.

    Screw those LYING Commie Bassterds and their God Damned Clock.

  417. Corvinus says:
    @Sparkon

    “Don’t trip over your lips rushing to play the victim by mischaracterizing my accounts of shrimp shyster Schiff’s financing of Japan against Russia as…”

    Not playing the victim at all. Just pointing out that you and others seemingly believe that everything bad in the world comes down to Jewish chicanery.

    “Overreact much?”

    Exactly what you are doing here! Thanks for being self-reflective and acknowledging your flaw.

    “shrimp shyster Schiff’s financing of Japan against Russia”

    Schiff funded Japan IN PART due to his enmity toward Russia, but Adam Gower’s “Jacob Schiff And The Art Of Risk” work also establishes his motivations to work with Japan and his desire to make New York, not London, the place to go for international loans.

    “We love peace as much as the other peoples,” said Marshal Smigly-Rydz, speaking slowly and distinctly, “but there is no power on earth that can persuade us that peace means for one to take and for the other to give. We have aggressive plans against nobody. But we shall oppose with all the means in our power any attempt at a direct or indirect violation of our interests, our rights, or the honour of our country.”

  418. @Corvinus

    “Except the problem here is that there is a long-standing history of Russian aggression against Poland. Thus, Poland is defending itself from a future attack. This missile launcher system serves as a warning; it deters Russia from a potential invasion.”

    LOL! Seriously? Actually the problem here is your embarrassing ignorance and/or your dishonesty. First of all, just like the case of Romania, Poland is only hosting the Aegis Ashore system, not controlling/operating it for its own purposes. Second, it’s clear (especially from the Russian point of view) that the system has no practical purpose except to facilitate a nuclear “first strike” on Russia. And the system is obviously a constructive violation of the INF treaty; it’s destabilizing, and it’s deployment can only be seen as an act of aggression.

    “Not an analogous situation. There is no history of Mexican or Canadian aggression against the United States.

    ROTFL! Basically you’re throwing handfuls of ever-more-nonsensical horseshit at the wall and hoping something sticks. First of all, analogous to the case of Poland and Romania as I explained above, Mexico and/or Canada would only be hosting the system, not controlling/operating it.

    “Moreover, even if these two nations had agreed to such an arrangement, we need to understand the reasons why.”

    Seriously? If I rob you at gunpoint today, will you defy my order to hand over your wallet because it’s my first armed robbery? With my Glock .40 pointed at your head, will you be consumed with “trying to understand the reason why” I’m doing what I’m doing? I think not. I think your primary concern would be to preserve your life in the face of a serious threat. Will the judge let me go because it’s my first armed robbery? Of course not.

    Suppose I pull the trigger, and the bullet sails through your the middle of your head (“luckily” not hitting any vital organs). I’ll be charged with many crimes, including “attempted murder” right? But so will the person who gave me the gun. The person who knowingly gave me the gun (while being aware of my long criminal record) is complicit in my crimes. Without that person’s help, my crimes would not have been possible. Likewise, the U.S. government would deem Mexico and/Canada to be complicit in a crime of aggression.

    “Please be realistic next time.”

    We’re analyzing the situation by way of analogy; we’re putting the shoe on the other foot. Your objection is completely irrelevant to the point. (You’re going to pretend you’ve never heard of corrupt politicians selling out their own people? You’ve never heard of bribery and blackmail? You’ve never heard of a government sponsoring a coup to install a quisling?)

    “No, Russia is assuming that Poland is making itself a target. Rather, Poland is exercising its liberty as a nation to make a choice in ensuring it will not be subject to future Russian aggression.”

    See above. Russia is being forced to target Poland. What’s wrong with you, junior? Every time I think I’ve seen it all, you show me yet a greater level of ignorant/dishonest/irrelevant/utterly-childishly-incoherent babble.

    • Replies: @yurivku
    , @Corvinus
  419. yurivku says:
    @Harold Smith

    See above. Russia is being forced to target Poland. What’s wrong with you, junior? Every time I think I’ve seen it all, you show me yet a greater level of ignorant/dishonest/irrelevant/utterly-childishly-incoherent babble.

    He’s being paid for that. It’s his way to earn some money. Nothing is wrong with him it’s quite normal.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  420. EugeneGur says:
    @Corvinus

    There is no history of Mexican or Canadian aggression against the United States.

    Yes, but there is history of the US aggression against Mexico, and this is the situation analogous to that of Russia-Poland (according to you, at least) not the other way around. Mexico has every reason to protect itself agains the US and, thus, to host defensive weapons. However, you know as well as I do the US’d go ballistic at a mere suggestion of such a thing. The story with the Soviet missiles in Cuba (does Cuba have the right to protect itself?) is a good example. But somehow Russia is expected to be fine with the US installations in Poland.

    Poland has a history of NOT invading other nations or engaging in imperialistic endeavors.

    Oh really? This statement only shows how poor your knowledge of history is. However, Poland is irrelevant in this case; regardless of its wishes it won’t be able to attack Russia. This is the US system, and the US has extensive history of “engaging in imperialistic endeavors”. In fact, it is engaged in such endeavors right this moment – several of them.

    Russia threatened to invade merely because of Poland’s decision to protect itself.

    Russia never did that; Russia simply pointed out that Poland becomes a legitimate target in case of a conflict, which is perfectly true.

    Please, be realistic the next time, and, if at all possible, keep to some logic and facts.

    • Replies: @peterAUS
    , @Corvinus
  421. @steinbergfeldwitzcohen

    Well, we’re not doing anything to save the Brits — and now Swedes and Germans — from Arab, Pakistani, and African rape. Why would we care more about the Israelis?

  422. @Z-man

    What are we doing in New Jersey?

  423. Corvinus says:
    @Harold Smith

    “First of all, just like the case of Romania, Poland is only hosting the Aegis Ashore system, not controlling/operating it for its own purposes.”

    The reality is that Poland is enabling this system to be on its land, as a free nation, as the means to protect itself and serve as a warning to Russia.

    “Second, it’s clear (especially from the Russian point of view) that the system has no practical purpose except to facilitate a nuclear “first strike” on Russia.”

    No, it is clear that the purpose is to deter Russia from any potential aggression. You seem to relish in having Poland be vulnerable and not be able to make its own decisions regarding its internal defense systems.

    “And the system is obviously a constructive violation of the INF treaty; it’s destabilizing, and it’s deployment can only be seen as an act of aggression.”

    It is not as obvious as you believe. It could be destabilizing. And it is other than surprising that Russia would view a strong Poland as committing an act of aggression.

    “Basically you’re throwing handfuls of ever-more-nonsensical horseshit at the wall and hoping something sticks.”

    Actually, I’m calling you out on your own b.s.

    “First of all, analogous to the case of Poland and Romania as I explained above, Mexico and/or Canada would only be hosting the system, not controlling/operating it.”

    Of course these nations are “in control”, as in they agreed to have such a system on their soil and have the option to remove it at their discretion.

    “Seriously? If I rob you at gunpoint today…”

    Do you ever tire of irrelevant examples? The fact remains that Mexico and Canada would not put themselves in that position. given it’s long-standing history with our government.

    “We’re analyzing the situation by way of analogy; we’re putting the shoe on the other foot.”

    “Russia is being forced to target Poland.”

    No. Russia is willfully choosing to target Poland because of its perception that Poland is a threat.

    • Replies: @Harold Smith
  424. Anon[381] • Disclaimer says:

    “No. Russia is willfully choosing to target Poland because of its perception that Poland is a threat.”

    Well, Poland being next to Russian territory, trying to host American military bases, and hosting ABM technology after their patron abandoned the ABM treaty sort of suggests that they might be. I’m not sure what your objection is. That the Russians don’t have the right to respond to provocations? We send weapons to their border and they retaliate by threatening our vassal state’s border. Seems obvious what is going on.

  425. Corvinus says:
    @EugeneGur

    “Yes, but there is history of the US aggression against Mexico…”

    Which is irrelevant to the topic of hand.

    “But somehow Russia is expected to be fine with the US installations in Poland.”

    I would not expect Russia to be fine at all. However, the fact remains that Poland, of its own free will, has chosen a course of action to protect itself that Russia finds deplorable. But given Russia’s past meddling in Polish affairs, Poland has reason to be wary. As a result, Poland is warning Russia not to mess with their internal affairs.

    “Russia never did that; Russia simply pointed out that Poland becomes a legitimate target in case of a conflict, which is perfectly true.”

    Yes, Russia threatened Poland. In Russia’s eyes, Poland is in their crosshairs.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/russia/2566005/Russia-threatens-nuclear-attack-on-Poland-over-US-missile-shield-deal.html

    Dear, try to keep up.

  426. APilgrim says:
    @Corvinus

    There is no history of Mexican or Canadian aggression against the United States.

    Canada participated in the French & Indian Wars against American Colonies.

    Canada fought against the American Colonies in the 1776 Revoloution.

    Canada forces joined in the 1812 War, attack on Washington DC & Battle of New Orleans.

    Mexico invaded Columbus New Mexico, under Pancho Villa.

    The Mexico Reconquista has invaded the USA with an aim to recapture the Southwest.

    There are other examples.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  427. @yurivku

    “He’s being paid for that. It’s his way to earn some money.”

    You may be right about that; the way he just drones on and on and on ad nauseum – bereft of any kind of argument – suggests it.

    “Nothing is wrong with him it’s quite normal.”

    IOW his conspicuous abnormality is normal for him, or something like that.

  428. yurivku says:

    You may be right about that; the way he just drones on and on and on ad nauseum – bereft of any kind of argument – suggests it.

    There are lots of them here I can name those, but you probably can easily find yourself.
    They are the people who will call white being black and there is no way to prove the other.

    Normal – people’s greed and disonesty are quite wide spread. In that sense it Is normal.
    But it hardly can be called moral and normal looking from the other side…

  429. Corvinus says:
    @APilgrim

    “Canada participated in the French & Indian Wars against American Colonies. Canada fought against the American Colonies in the 1776 Revoloution. Canada forces joined in the 1812 War, attack on Washington DC & Battle of New Orleans.”

    LOL. Canada was under the control of Great Britain, and it gained its independence in 1867.

    “Mexico invaded Columbus New Mexico, under Pancho Villa.”

    LOL. The result of American meddling in a Civil War in that nation.

    “The Mexico Reconquista has invaded the USA with an aim to recapture the Southwest.”

    That is Fake News.

    “There are other examples.”

    Such as?

  430. @Corvinus

    “The reality is that Poland is enabling this system to be on its land, as a free nation, as the means to protect itself and serve as a warning to Russia.”

    First, that’s a lie, liar.

    Second, the corrupt Polish “government” is not Poland.

    Third, how come Cuba, as a “free nation” was not allowed to host Russian missiles “to protect itself”?

    “No, it is clear that the purpose is to deter Russia from any potential aggression. You seem to relish in having Poland be vulnerable and not be able to make its own decisions regarding its internal defense systems.”

    First, that’s a lie, liar.

    Second, The Polish “government” is only allowing the system to be hosted on Polish soil, not controlling/operating it.

    Third, how come Cuba isn’t allowed to host Russian missiles to deter U.S. aggression against it?

    “It is not as obvious as you believe.”

    That’s a lie, liar.

    “It could be destabilizing. And it is other than surprising that Russia would view a strong Poland as committing an act of aggression.”

    That’s a lie, liar. It is the Cuban missile crisis in reverse. If it is not destabilizing then neither would Russian missiles in Cuba be destabilizing. Yet the U.S. government threatened nuclear war over Russian missiles in Cuba, so you are proven wrong yet again.

    “Of course these nations are ‘in control’, as in they agreed to have such a system on their soil and have the option to remove it at their discretion.”

    That’s a lie, liar. Those missiles could start WW3 and bring about planetary extinction. Is the U.S. going to put that power in the hands of the Polish “government”? Of course not. The Polish “government” is no more “in control” of the U.S. government missile launchers on their soil than the Syrian government is “in control” of U.S. military bases on Syrian soil. They are no more “in control” of U.S. government missile launchers on their soil than Cuba would’ve been “in control” of Russian missiles on Cuban soil.

    “Do you ever tire of irrelevant examples?”

    Being that I never use irrelevant examples, I couldn’t tell you.

    “The fact remains that Mexico and Canada would not put themselves in that position. given it’s long-standing history with our government.”

    Lacking any cogent argument to support your indefensible horseshit, you instead pick out a detail which is completely irrelevant to the point I was trying to make and you keep harping on it; and you harping on it; and you keep harping on it. Okay knucklehead, please substitute Cuba for Mexico and/or Canada.

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  431. Corvinus says:
    @Harold Smith

    “First, that’s a lie, liar.”

    It is not a lie for Poland on its own behalf to make decisions about its defense.

    “Second, the corrupt Polish “government” is not Poland.”

    The people spoke in the last election, so the government there is legitimate. No need for quotations. Now, certainly citizens there may characterize it as being corrupt, as the far-right Law and Justice Party (PiS) won 37 percent of the vote and parliamentary majority. Since taking office, it has introduced a series of laws that restrict human rights and weaken the Polish judiciary.

    “Third, how come Cuba, as a “free nation” was not allowed to host Russian missiles “to protect itself”?”

    Cold War geo-politics.

    “It is the Cuban missile crisis in reverse.”

    You are completely mischaracterizing the situation here.

    “If it is not destabilizing then neither would Russian missiles in Cuba be destabilizing.”

    Two totally different situations. You are absolutely grasping at straws here.

    “Those missiles could start WW3 and bring about planetary extinction.”

    Could, being the operative word. But American and Russian leaders are not going down that route and be known by the remaining survivors as the one who brought about the destruction of the human race.

    “Is the U.S. going to put that power in the hands of the Polish “government”? Of course not.”

    Actually, the missiles are on Polish soil, so the Polish people have a distinct say on the matter, contrary to your obfuscation.

    “please substitute Cuba for Mexico and/or Canada.”

    Cuba is not interested anymore in having Russian missiles being placed on its territory. Try again.

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