State Department releases warning for their embassy in Montenegro

Department of State U.S. Embassy in Podgorica advises U.S. citizens there is an active security situation at the U.S. Embassy in Podgorica. Avoid the Embassy until further notice as of today, February 21, 2018. (As you can see by the brevity of the tweet, details are sketchy.) –##– Express News in the UK posted the following about the incident: “THE US Embassy in the Montenegro capital of Podgorica has been viciously blasted with grenades by an unnamed attacker, American officials have confirmed. Steve Goldstein, the US State Department’s Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs, has said the motive … Continue reading

South China Sea – October 2017

New Map: Chinese Power Projection Capabilities in the South China Sea Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative October 13, 2017 Since 2014, China has substantially expanded its ability to monitor and project power throughout the South China Sea via the construction of dual civilian-military bases at its outposts in the disputed Spratly and Paracel Islands. These include new radar and communications arrays, airstrips and hangars to accommodate combat aircraft, shelters likely meant to house missile platforms, and deployments of mobile surface-to-air and anti-ship cruise missile systemsat Woody Island in the Paracels. How these capabilities overlap is highlighted in the map above. For illustrative purposes, the ranges … Continue reading

Kissinger – ‘Something Remarkable’ Could Emerge From Trump’s Approach to Foreign Policy

Kissinger – ‘Something Remarkable’ Could Emerge From Trump’s Approach to Foreign Policy Newsmax Cathy Burke December 18, 2016 Former Secretary of State and revered GOP political scientist Henry Kissinger declared “something remarkable” could emerge from President-elect Donald Trump’s foreign policy, and that he has the chance of going down in history as “a very considerable president.” In an interview on “Face the Nation” aired Sunday, Kissinger said he gave “huge credit” to Trump for “having analyzed an aspect of the American situation,” developed a strategy “and prevail” — even against the GOP leadership. “I had not thought of him as … Continue reading

Why Is Obama and His Liberal Friends in a Flap Over Taiwan

Donald Trump Foreign Policy Speech Center for the National Interest April 27, 2016 Press Release: I would like to talk today about how to develop a new foreign policy direction for our country – one that replaces randomness with purpose, ideology with strategy, and chaos with peace. It is time to shake the rust off of America’s foreign policy. It’s time to invite new voices and new visions into the fold. The direction I will outline today will also return us to a timeless principle. My foreign policy will always put the interests of the American people, and American security, … Continue reading

Republican Congress Members Urging Military Officers to Rebel Against Obama

From Obama Nation Lawmakers want officers to resign “in a blaze of glory” in opposition to White House’s middle east policy (Infowars) – Republican members of Congress are urging military officers to rebel against the Obama administration’s middle eastern foreign policy by resigning “in a blaze of glory,” according to U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn of Colorado. During a liberty group forum on Wednesday night in the basement of a Colorado Springs bar, Lamborn, a member of the House Armed Services Committee, answered a question from a member of the audience who urged members of Congress to “support the troops” in … Continue reading

Something From The “BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA” File.

Been a while since I’ve treated y’all to one of these. We ALL need a good belly laugh once in a while. Problem is, the joke is on US. From U.N. Ambassador Calls Obama Cabinet ‘Amazingly Capable Foreign Policy Team’ June 18, 2014 – 5:19 PM By Penny Starr ( – Samantha Power, the United States’ permanent ambassador to the United Nations, told middle and high schools girls attending the U.N.’s “Girl Up” conference in Washington, D.C. that President Barack Obama has an “amazingly capable” team” advising him on national security and foreign policy. “I operate now both within … Continue reading

Finally a foreign policy doctrine emerges

Well, after countless attempts by media to describe Obama’s doctrine and many questions to the White House, it finally oozes out. Like anything this administration does when attempting to drive a message, they repeat it until it becomes part of the news cycle. Apparently it finally reached the saturation level. This report comes from Politico. ‘Don’t do stupid sh–‘ (stuff) By MIKE ALLEN | 6/1/14 | Politico Forget The New Yorker’s “leading from behind,” and even President Barack Obama’s own “singles … doubles.” The West Wing has a preferred, authorized distillation of the president’s foreign-policy doctrine: “Don’t do stupid shi*t.” … Continue reading

Obama foreign policy insanity

Many people will remember back in the 80’s those commercials for Crazy Eddie’s electronics stores in the greater NYC area — or maybe not. If not, here’s a reminder. (“Dr Jerry” Carroll was the pitch man, not Eddie.”) “His prices are insaaaane!” “People want hope and dreams, we’ll sell them hope and dreams,” Eddie said. Obama’s foreign policy has no better analogy than that. His policies are insane. The problem is the whole world knows it and is on to him. The deals are “insane”. So everyone wants to make one of those crazy deals that they could not get … Continue reading

Asshattery From The KING Of Asshats.

And, like a good, haughty little parrot, he sang the song. These morons running this administration are a sight to behold, too bad it is US that be holding them. From   Kerry on Iran Deal: Blame Bush             by  Joel B. Pollak                  24 Nov 2013,  7:13 AM PDT  What a pair. Dumb, and DUMBEST. Hey, John F-ing Kerry, have YOU paid the TAXES on your YACHT you owe Taxachusetts yet? Prick. Secretary of State John Kerry, defending the Geneva agreement on Iran’s nuclear program, told ABC News’ This Week  that despite the deal’s flaws, it was, at … Continue reading