US Withdrawal From NATO Would Benefit Americans Most Of All

US Withdrawal From NATO Would Benefit Americans Most Of All By Tony Cartalucci Alleged discussions between US President Donald Trump and his aides about a US withdrawal from NATO have been making headlines recently. The New York Times in an article titled, “Trump Discussed Pulling U.S. From NATO, Aides Say Amid New Concerns Over Russia,” would claim: There are few things that President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia desires more than the weakening of NATO, the military alliance among the United States, Europe and Canada that has deterred Soviet and…

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US Rejects Russian Offer, Will Pull Out of Nuclear Forces Treaty

US Rejects Russian Offer, Will Pull Out of Nuclear Forces Treaty By Jason Ditz Initially ratified in 1987, the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), which famously kept all nuclear missiles out of Europe for decades, is set to collapse, with US officials saying they will withdraw from the treaty next month. The US has been accusing Russia of violating the INF for years related to a single missile design, called the 9m729, and its maximum range. The INF forbids all nuclear missiles with ranges between 500 km and 5,500 km. The…

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Was Timber Sycamore The Program That Created ISIS?

Was Timber Sycamore The Program That Created ISIS? By Brandon Turbeville Despite the repeated demonstrations of the fact that the United States and other Western nations have armed, supported, and funded terrorists in Syria from the beginning of the crisis in 2011 as well as long before that crisis had taken shape, official pronouncements admitting to funding those terrorists made by Western governments and reported by mainstream media outlets should not be dismissed simply because their actions are now common knowledge. After all, these incidents generally involve much more important…

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U.S. And China Tussle In South China Sea, China Orders Military “To Be Ready” Test MOAB, Russia and Iran Plan Drills In Atlantic

U.S. And China Tussle In South China Sea, China Orders Military “To Be Ready” Test MOAB, Russia and Iran Plan Drills In Atlantic By Aaron Kesel Tensions are continuing to rise between world superpowers. China has ordered its military to “enhance combat readiness” following a test of a MOAB (mother of all bombs); Russia and Iran are planning drills in the Atlantic; and the U.S. just sailed a Navy destroyer through the contested South China waters. Last week, China’s President Xi Jinping Friday ordered the Chinese armed forces People’s Liberation Army…

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After Ghaddafi Murder, Weapons Shipped To Syria Via al-Qaeda, Qatar, US

After Ghaddafi Murder, Weapons Shipped To Syria Via al-Qaeda, Qatar, US By Brandon Turbeville While the United States continues to deny providing support to terrorists in Syria in terms of money, training, or weapons without the “rebels” first being “moderate,” the truth is that it has been proven time and time again that the US did indeed arm jihadists in Syria from the very beginning and even before the alleged “protests” began in 2011. Even taking the admitted 2013 arming of terrorists out of the equation – the infamous initiative that took…

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MSM Silent As Senior Chinese Military Official Threatens U.S Navy Vessels In China Sea; U.S. Air Force Runs Drills; Trade Talks Continue

MSM Silent As Senior Chinese Military Official Threatens U.S Navy Vessels In China Sea; U.S. Air Force Runs Drills; Trade Talks Continue By Aaron Kesel A senior Chinese military official, Dai Xu (戴旭), has threatened U.S. Navy vessels in the South China Sea, recommending that China should attack the ships. Meanwhile, the U.S. Air Force also  ran an annual “joint forcible entry drill” in the night skies over the U.S. on Sunday, one day after the comments. Tensions continue rising between the U.S., its allies and nations on the Eastern…

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U.S. Looks To Run Navy Operation In Black Sea, Risks Heightening Tensions With Russia

U.S. Looks To Run Navy Operation In Black Sea, Risks Heightening Tensions With Russia By Aaron Kesel The U.S. is looking to run a Navy operation commandeering a Navy warship into the Black Sea in defiance of Russia which risks a sharp rise in tensions between Ukraine, Moscow and the U.S., CNN reported. The Pentagon has asked the State Department to request permission from Turkey to sail ships into the Black Sea, which borders both Ukraine and Russia as access to the Sea of Azov, a key area for a string of…

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Israel and Syria Exchange Missiles; IDF Denies Missiles Fired, Netanyahu And Other Officials Recommended Indicted As UN Passes Anti-Israel Resolutions

Israel and Syria Exchange Missiles; IDF Denies Missiles Fired, Netanyahu And Other Officials Recommended Indicted As UN Passes Anti-Israel Resolutions By Aaron Kesel Tensions are rising again between Israel and Syria as the two countries have exchanged missile fire over the past 24 hours. According to The Jerusalem Post, an IDF Spokesperson confirmed that Israel’s air defense system identified a single Syrian surface-to-air missile that fell into Golan Heights after the Syrian regime stated it had downed “hostile targets” over the southern part of the country. However, the spokesperson denied that…

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Is United States Breaking International Law?

Is United States Breaking International Law? By Catherine J. Frompovich MSNBC news media panel members were stunned speechless by a “talking head” professor from Columbia University, Jeffrey Sacks, spilling the beans about the U.S. breaking international law, going in and bombing countries. Jimmy Dore, of The Jimmy Dore Show, [circa April 18, 2018] features a discussion around American imperialism. How about this politically-correct term: “Middle East fatigue”! There are some “F” bombs dropped occasionally, but the non-sanitized news analysis seems counterpoint to the accepted nightly news corporate syndicated news talking…

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Western Media “Discovers” Saudi Atrocities in Wake of Khashoggi Fallout

Western Media “Discovers” Saudi Atrocities in Wake of Khashoggi Fallout By Tony Cartalucci Nothing illustrates the cynical and deceitful nature of Western “journalism” better than the recent, apparent US-Saudi fallout in the wake of the alleged death of Washington Post Saudi correspondent, Jamal Khashoggi. Khashoggi allegedly disappeared and has been reported killed at the hands of Saudi consulate staff in Istanbul, Turkey. Of course, the US, UK, EU, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia are among the most dubious actors in modern geopolitics. Ascertaining the truth regarding the events surrounding Khashoggi may…

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