Newt Gingrich discussing U.S. airstrikes in Syria.

April 7 at 2:08pm ~Thoughts, anyone?

What to think about Putin

I don’t normally copy an entire article someone else wrote, but this one is too good for me to mess with.  It is copied in its entirety from IMPRIMIS – the Hillsdale College monthly newsletter.  The following is adapted from a speech delivered on February 15, 2017, at a Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar in Phoenix, Arizona by Christopher Caldwell – a senior editor at The Weekly Standard. A graduate of Harvard College, his essays, columns, and reviews appear in the Claremont Review of Books, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times Book Review, the Spectator (London), Financial Times, … Continue reading

Ukraine: Another Front In Soros’ War On Civilization

Here’s a story that is flying under most Americans’ radar.  Courtesy of Zerohedge and RT News, we learn that Obama’s State Department, John McCain, and Lindsay Graham are aiding and abetting George Soros’ efforts to collpase the Ukranian manufacturing economy, devalue Ukranian mineral assets, and then seize control of those assets for pennies on the dollar.  The strategy is vintage Soros; the tacit involvement / support of those bastards McCain and Gramnesty comes as no surprise.  And of course, American involvement (and taxpayer dollars too, no doubt) has all been coordinated by Barack Hussein Obama, apparent President-For-Life.  Details follow: Soros-Backed … Continue reading

Quote of the Day

Do not expect that once taking advantage of Russia’s weakness, you will receive dividends forever. Russian has always come for their money.  And when they come – do not rely on an agreement signed by you, you are supposed to justify.  They are not worth the paper it is written. Therefore, with the Russian is to play fair, or do not play. • Otto von Bismarck

An Open Letter To America And Her New President

By Dave Merrick —— Bio and Archives December 31, 2016 Years ago in a Wal-Mart, I was walking past the toy department. A screaming four year-old was demanding that his mom buy him the little car set he had opened and scattered all over the floor. After the young mother had several times declined and asked him to come along with her, the boy threw one of the toys at her, leaving a cut on her forehead. The rattled mom stood there and began slowly counting as some parents do before administering discipline. After she got to ‘five’, the kid … Continue reading

NSA Contract Firm – Twenty Years Of Data Breach – Oops

  CBS News October 20, 2016   Government Contractor Charged with Removal of Classified Materials and Theft of Government Property US Attorneys, District of Maryland October 5, 2016 Baltimore, Maryland – A criminal complaint has been filed charging Harold Thomas Martin III, age 51, of Glen Burnie, Maryland, with theft of government property and unauthorized removal and retention of classified materials by a government employee or contractor. According to the affidavit filed in support of the criminal complaint, Martin was a contractor with the federal government and had a top secret national security clearance. Martin was arrested late on August … Continue reading

The Middle East, Russia, and China After The Election

      Published on Oct 21, 2016 Hillary is blaming Russia for everything that is going wrong with her feeble campaign. Russia replies with a stern warning for America and the world. Tackling the Middle East after the Election Middle East Forum by Clifford Smith November 4, 2016 The next U.S. president will have a difficult job in the Middle East. The Obama administration’s failure to appreciate the long-term consequences of its actions (and inactions) have allowed forces unfriendly to the United States to make unprecedented strategic, political, and even territorial gains. The Obama administration’s recently reaffirmed strategy toward … Continue reading

Putin Suspends Nuclear Pact, Ratchets Up The Global Stakes

  Russia suspends nuclear R&D pact with United States Science Magazine Richard Stone Oct. 7, 2016 Even during the Cold War things were never this bad, U.S. officials say. On 5 October, the Russian government suspended an agreement with the United States on nuclear R&D cooperation and terminated another on retooling Russian research reactors to no longer run on weapons-grade uranium fuel. The suspensions are largely symbolic, but have nonetheless plunged relations between the world’s most formidable nuclear powers to a new low and driven a new wedge between nuclear science communities that had forged close ties in the wake … Continue reading

Why Everything You Think You Know About Russia is Wrong: Part 1

From WhatyouthoughtIwentaway To have a far greater understanding of Russia’s, military, socioeconomic system and the view of its citizens today, please read the U.S. Army’s Strategic War College, analysis.   Can Russia Reform? Economic, political and military perspectives. (Source)     The Duran   Peter Lavelle   August 7, 2016     Russia functions as a cultivated pathology in the western mind.   The west only has a lexicon of sins committed by others. Question: There are so many myths about Russia in western mainstream media. Where do you start?   Answer: It is very important to understand how Russia … Continue reading

What Our Presidential Election Is Keeping Out of The News

Here are issues that we are facing which have yet to penetrate the mind of people. The next president will be walking into a minefield of epic proportions brought to the forefront by UN, NATO, and an idiot in the White House. The worst part is that Clinton was in the middle of all of this for the last ten years or more. She has nearly single-handedly except for Obama been responsible for the fiasco in the Middle East, Russia and China. She visited each of the country’s during her tenure in office at the behest of Obama and from … Continue reading

Clinton Scandal in Technology Field and Russian Money

The depth and scope of the Clinton’s and their foundation reach into so many financial sectors is mind-boggling. It seems wherever those two visited or gave speeches requires careful study of motive and manipulation. Take for instance their connection to Russia. While Hillary and the Dems seem daily to place a shadow over Trump and his connections to Putin or business in Russia, it is in fact Hillary who has the most to hide starting during the Clinton presidency and definitely during her tenure as Secretary of State. If one knows where to look and has the resources and time, … Continue reading

Russian Scholar Absolutely Buries CNN Liberal Commentator

Russia scholar Stephen Cohen shuts down CNN shill host who tries to link Trump to Putin   I cheered as I heard Stephen Cohen as he ripped into the whole political crap! He nails it to the wall not so much for Trump as against both parties.   –Uriel–  

Time Shift Back To Cold War Days

  ARE WE SEEING A RISE OF POWER IN RUSSIA HARKING BACK TO COLD WAR DAYS? Alarming new developments out of Russia are going to require intense focus soon not only for ISIS but western democratic countries too. Putin in a strong display has been given the green light on a new KGB style force. UK’s Sunday Express from Sharia Unveiled carries the following article: VLADIMIR Putin has been granted permission to build a super army to crush Islamic State (ISIS) fanatics at home and abroad. By TOM BATCHELOR May 20, 2016 The National Guard force – which was approved … Continue reading

As Spring Turns To Summer the Cold War Climate Change Returns

Russia Accuses US Navy Of Intimidation, Threatens Using ‘All Necessary Measures’ A NATO official warned “events could spiral out of control.” Western Journalism Randy DeSoto April 20, 2016 Russia sought to turn the tables on the United States on Wednesday, accusing the U.S. Navy of maneuvering aggressively near the Russian border in the Baltics and promising it would use “all necessary measures” to address future incidents. According to the Russians, the incident in question occurred Apr. 11, when a U.S. destroyer drew near Kalingrad in the Russian territorial enclave between Lithuania and Poland. “This is about attempts to exercise military … Continue reading

Russia, China, Iran Coaltion Going Active

China all set to join Russian offensive vs. Islamist, other anti-Assad forces in Syria Christiantoday.com Shianee Mamanglu-Regala 11 October 2015 China’s aircraft carrier Liaoning cruises back to port after a sea trial in Dalian, China. The warship was reported to have been deployed in the Mediterranean in preparation for a possible Chinese military role in the Russian offensive against opposition forces in Syria. The reports about China joining the fight against ISIS and other opposition groups in Syria emanated from the Middle East last week when Beijing issued a statement about the need for a strong coordinated response to the … Continue reading

Russia Expanding Presence In Syria

The Bear Steps In: Russia’s Expanding Military Presence in Syria by Jonathan Spyer The Jerusalem Post September 12, 2015 Originally published under the title “Russia’s Military Presence in Syria.” Some of the photos reportedly posted to social media in recent days by Russian soldiers in Syria’s Latakia province. The current increase of the Russian military presence in northwest Syria is a function of the declining military fortunes of the Assad regime. It represents a quantitative, rather than qualitative, change in the nature of the Russian engagement in Syria. Moscow’s goal throughout the conflict has been to keep Syrian President Bashar Assad in power by … Continue reading

Unilateral US Withdrawal From ABM Treaty Pushing Russia Toward New Arms Race

From RT.com Global decisions like the US pulling out of a treaty banning strategic anti-ballistic missile defenses are pushing the world towards a new Cold War, Russian President Vladimir Putin said. Military conflicts have a far lesser impact, he added. “Not military conflicts but global decisions like the US unilateral withdrawal from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty lead to a Cold War,” Putin said. “This more in fact pushes us to a new round of the arms race, because it changes the global security system.” Putin made his comments at a key plenary session at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum. … Continue reading

Common Sense Doesn’t Need A Visa

from Canada Free Press Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Dmitri Rogozin’s recent combative remark, “tanks don’t need visas,” is what can be called an ‘overflow.’ They were easy words for him to say because the United States is only a threat as long as our oil is still flowing and our words are still considered solid. With our economy in the hands of the Chinese, and our nation overrun with and generally governed by selfish children, he felt comfortable in saying that. ‘Taking down America’ is probably a break room joke between Vladimir Putin and the rest of the boys. (Notice … Continue reading

Part 2 — Russian Response to US Supplying Ukraine Weapons

In response to what Russia perceives as interference, they posted this in the last few days.   Chechnya offers arms to Mexico to fight United States The offer comes as a response to a U.S. House measure encouraging shipment of U.S. weapons to Ukraine. By Ed Adamczyk GROZNY , Russia, March 26 (UPI) The Russian republic of Chechnya offered to send arms to Mexico, a response to a U.S. House measure encouraging shipment of U.S. weapons to Ukraine.  Dukuvakha Abdurakhmanov, the Chechen parliament speaker, said the United States has “no right” to advise Russia on behavior with neighbors, a reference … Continue reading

Putin Mulled Putting Nuclear Forces ‘On Alert’ Over Crimea

From Yahoo News Russian President Vladimir Putin said he was ready to put the country’s nuclear forces on alert as he sought to annex Crimea last year after the fall of a Moscow-backed government in Kiev. In a nearly three-hour documentary aired on state TV in Russia on Sunday a year after the takeover of the Black Sea Peninsula from Ukraine, Putin showed the lengths he was willing to go to in order to protect Russian-speaking citizens of the province he considered a historic slice of Russia. The documentary, “Homeward Bound”, features interviews with Putin and reconstructions in which the … Continue reading