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NATO’s Iraqi Oil for Food Program Targets Russia
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NATO’s Iraqi Oil for Food Program Targets Russia
December 8, 2022

If, as it seems, Zelensky wants war without mercy, General Armageddon should accommodate him in the most efficacious way he can.

Of Course Trust in the Military Has Declined
December 7, 2022

The American armed forces, though they remain among the most respected institutions in the country, are set to be a casualty of polarization. The Reagan Foundation released its annual National Defense Survey last week and reported that trust and confidence in the military has declined by a staggering 22 points in recent years. The principal driver of diminished trust in the armed forces was their perceived politicization.

Of Course Trust in the Military Has Declined
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Where’s the Antiwar Movement?
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Where’s the Antiwar Movement?
December 6, 2022

America spends roughly a trillion dollars a year on wars and weaponry and an imperial military presence, so that’s what we get. We’re not spending a trillion a year on peace and diplomacy and conflict resolution. We reap what we sow, and what we sow is almost entirely favorable to more war.

Why Are the Diavoli Incarnati From the Collective West Turning a Blind Eye to the High-Profile but Yet a Bogus Legal Trial on the Malaysian Airplane Crash?
December 4, 2022

Russia is being accused of a whole range of crimes here and on the other hand she is not allowed to have appropriate legal defence.

Why Are the Diavoli Incarnati From the Collective West Turning a Blind Eye to the High-Profile but Yet a Bogus Legal Trial on the Malaysian Airplane Crash?
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American Forces Needlessly Caught in Turkish Crossfire
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American Forces Needlessly Caught in Turkish Crossfire
December 4, 2022

After a terrorist attack in Istanbul killed six and wounded 81, Turkey retaliated, launching a fierce air campaign against targets it claimed to be Kurdish militias in northern Iraq and Syria supporting the PKK. Whether Erdogan will stop there remains unclear as he threatens Turkey’s fourth ground incursion into Northern Syria since 2016 – a threat he has made without follow through since May 2022.

Srebrenica in the Ukraine
December 2, 2022

Even The New York Times was unable to spin the recent gruesome murder of Russian prisoners at the hands of Kiev Nazi regime forces.

Srebrenica in the Ukraine
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NATO Exists to Solve the Problems Created by NATO’s Existence
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NATO Exists to Solve the Problems Created by NATO’s Existence
December 2, 2022

NATO has doubled down on its determination to eventually add Ukraine to its membership, renewing its 2008 commitment to that goal in a meeting between the foreign ministers of the alliance in Bucharest, Romania this past Tuesday.

Ukrainian Military Casualties Are Big Trouble for Biden
December 2, 2022

In a shocking statement that has now been withdrawn, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen wrote that Ukraine has lost 100,000 soldiers and 20,000 civilians in the Ukraine war. 

Ukrainian Military Casualties Are Big Trouble for Biden
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