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Pentagon Backed Rebels Are Fighting CIA Backed Rebels In Syria

If the Syrian Civil War has taught us anything, it’s that there is a stark difference between how the US and Russia fight their wars. While Russia engaged in a successful air campaign over Syria and worked closely with Assad and Hezbollah to beat ISIS, America sowed chaos in the region by trying to support … Continue reading

The Financial Cost Of War For Syria Exceeds $200Bn – Assad

Syrian President Bashar Assad says the estimated economic loss to the country from the war is $200 billion. He said rebuilding contracts will primarily be given to Russia, China and Iran. “The economic damage and damage to infrastructure exceeds $200 billion. Economic issues can be resolved when the situation in Syria stabilizes. But the reconstruction … Continue reading

7 Strange Questions About The Brussels Terror Attacks That The Mainstream Media Is Not Asking

By Michael Snyder The horrific terror attacks in Brussels, Belgium on March 22, 2016 are going to reverberate in our memories for years to come, and perhaps that was the intention.  Terror attacks are designed to create fear and to get attention, and these attacks have definitely done both.  On Tuesday morning, two huge explosions … Continue reading

Saudi Arabia’s ‘Islamic’ Coalition: Spin Or Substance?

By Frud Bezhan Saudi Arabia made a splash when it announced the formation of a 34-country “Islamic” alliance against terrorism in December — and followed it up with a massive military exercise that ended last week. The mainly Sunni Muslim coalition — which includes regional power and NATO-member Turkey, the region’s most populous state in Egypt, … Continue reading

‘We Will Participate’: Saudi Military Admits US Coalition Mulling Ground Invasion In Syria

Saudi Arabia has acknowledged that the US-led anti-ISIS coalition has held a “political” discussion about a potential ground troop deployment in Syria. Riyadh’s statements have been criticized by Damascus as destructive and a threat to regional security. In an interview with Reuters, an aide to Saudi Arabia’s defense minister, Brigadier General Ahmed Asseri, confirmed that … Continue reading

Meet The Press: Vladimir Putin’s Annual News Conference

Russian President Vladimir Putin held his annual press conference on Thursday with Russian and international journalists in Moscow.  The 3 hour and 10 minute press conference was broadcast live by Rossiya-1, Rossiya-24 and Channel One, as well as Mayak, Vesti FM and Radio Rossii radio stations.  The following is a transcript of the press conference, courtesy of the Kremlin. President of Russia Vladimir … Continue reading

CIA Double Agent Urgently Warns Of Potential Terrorist Attacks In U.S., Likely During Thanksgiving

  EDITORS NOTE:  This post is not to instill fear and is only being posted for cautionary measures following the tragic events that took place in Paris last week.  Please be advised that this post is opinion oriented by the author and is only being posted — solely — for situational awareness. By Ken Jorgustin, Modern Survival Blog A … Continue reading

Is Barack Obama Actually TRYING To Start World War III? – OpEd

By Michael Snyder Why has Barack Obama airdropped 50 tons of ammunition into areas that “moderate rebels” in Syria supposedly control?  This is essentially the equivalent of poking the Russians directly in the eyes.  Much of this ammunition will end up in the hands of those that the Russians are attempting to bomb into oblivion, … Continue reading

Is Turkey Set To Become The Next Failed State In The Middle East? – OpEd

By David P. Goldman, Asia Times We do not know just who detonated the two bombs that killed 95 Kurdish and allied activists in Ankara Saturday, but the least likely conjecture is that President Erdogan’s government is guiltless in the matter. As Turkish member of parliament Lutfu Turkkan, tweeted after the bombing, the  attack “was either … Continue reading

So Who Is In Russia’s Crosshairs In Syria?

The media frenzy in the countries of the anti-Assad coalition over the Russian air strikes on Al-Qaeda-linked guerrillas in Syria has made one very significant fact quite clear. Along with the nervous reaction of the US, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and some other countries it is irrefutable proof that the interests of seemingly opposing forces – … Continue reading

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