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US Submarine That Attacked Syria ‘NOT WELCOME’ Back To Italy After ‘Failed’ Strike

The United States nuclear submarine that took part in the attack on Syria over the alleged chemical weapons use is not allowed back in the waters near Naples, Italy, the mayor declared.  The mayor states that he designated the city a “denuclearized zone” in 2015 and wants to keep it that way. Naples Mayor Luigi de […]

China Ponders MILITARY ACTION As Response To US Legislation On Taiwan

A widely-read and a rather provocative mouthpiece for Beijing quoted Chinese observers who said the country would have no choice but to respond with “counter moves” if the U.S. were to press ahead and elevate its relations with Taiwan.  And one of those countermoves could include military action. The legislation, known as the Taiwan Travel […]

South Korea: ‘It Won’t Be Easy For North Korea To Destroy Nuclear Arsenal’ Because It’s So Advanced

According to South Korean President Moon Jae-in, it won’t be a simple task for North Korea to destroy their nuclear arsenal even if they wanted to. Moon says that because the communist nation’s weaponry is so advanced and more developed than most realize, simple destruction isn’t possible. North Korea is under heavy international pressure to end […]

Government Officials Warn: Breakdown In Diplomacy With North Korea Is A Fast Track To War

Government officials are worried that a new breakdown in talks with North Korea could trigger a war. With heated rhetoric taking the stage instead of diplomacy, it could only be a matter of time before the anger hits a boiling point. Joseph Yun, a top American diplomat to North Korea, has been warning of the […]

2017: Change Can Be A Bitch

Submitted by Raul Ilargi Meijer via The Automatic Earth blog, 2016 brought a lot of changes, or rather, brought them to light. In reality, the world has been changing for many years, but many prominent actors benefitted from the changes remaining hidden. Simply because their wealth and power and worldviews are better served that way. […]

Obama’s “Farewell To Arms” As War Presidency Ends

Submitted by Finian Cunningham via The Strategic Culture Foundation, Eight straight years of warmongering come to an end as US President Barack Obama bows out with his «farewell to the nation» speech this week, as fawning American media dubbed his valediction. In reality, Obama’s outgoing address should have been billed as a «farewell to arms» made by […]

Russia Conducts “Nuclear Drill” With 40 Million As U.S. Pushes for War in Syria

This article was written by Tyler Durden and originally published at Zero Hedge. Editor’s Comment: Pure insanity. The powers that be are now flirting with the option of all out war, and potentially unprecedented levels of destruction. The American public has never been presented with any cohesive rational or good reason at all for why […]

SHTFplan: Putin’s Real Reason for Pulling Out of Syria: “Enhance Russian Diplomacy Above Washington”

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This article was written by Joshua Krause and originally published at The Daily Sheeple. Editor’s Comment: In reality, Putin is the only one engaging in diplomacy in the Middle East, or anywhere else. The last two decades of American foreign policy in the region have been embarrassing […]

Putin Deploys 28 Combat Planes in Syria, Taunting West to “Join Forces Against ISIS”

Who are the real enemies in the Middle East? Is is ISIS – ransacking, raping and beheading its way across the region to carve out a new Caliphate and threatening terrorism inside U.S. borders – or is it Putin and his gang, cornering American statesmen in a deadly game of chess that could lead at […]

Israel Eavesdropped On John Kerry

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. / Tyler Durden / 08/03/2014 10:21 -0400 When it comes to diplomacy, John Kerry may have rapidly become the biggest laughing joke in US State Department history, but that doesn’t mean his exchanges weren’t valuable to others. Others such as Israel, whose […]