Category Archives: War

Administration Urged to Lift Restrictions on Non-Lethal Military Aid to Ukraine

by Bill Gertz The Obama administration is withholding urgently needed non-lethal military equipment to Ukraine under restrictions that view body armor, night vision goggles, radios, and fuel as destabilizing “force multipliers,” according to a bipartisan assessment of Ukraine’s military needs. … Continue reading

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United States Paying to Arm Russia

See additional comments on Tea Party Nation. Another well played chess move by Putin. Russia’s increased energy prices in Ukraine and a demand to pay off their overdue energy invoices is being paid in part by the US taxpayer. The … Continue reading

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The War Drums Are Beating

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FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE Last year, lots of powerful groups tried to get a war going in Syria. It seemed to me that the necessary ground work hadn’t been done and that they might not be able to pull it off. Thankfully, that’s … Continue reading

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Crimea 2.0 or World War III?

Russia Tells Ukrainians: ‘Referendum’ Or We Can’t Protect You As Ukraine Proposes State Of Emegency The relative calm of the last two weeks as US talking-heads proclaim Ukraine ‘fixed’, Russia ‘under control’, and Europe ‘recovering’ is being obliterated this morning. The storming … Continue reading

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Breaking: U.S. intel assessement shows a greater likelihood Russia will enter eastern Ukraine

A new classified intelligence assessment concludes it is more likely than previously thought that Russian forces will enter eastern Ukraine, CNN has learned. Two administration officials described the assessment but declined to be identified due to the sensitive nature of … Continue reading

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Russian Troops on the Move?

The tanks reported near the border north of Kiev are not just on trains, either. Take this video (which we are still working to verify) reportedly showing Russian tanks on the ground and on the move near Novozybkov, which is … Continue reading

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Ukrainian Leader In New Leaked Recording: 8 Million Russians In Ukraine “Must Be Killed With Nuclear Weapons”

While the NSA is busy justifying its spying of every American its existence thanks to famous Moscow resident Edward Snowden, its Russian counterparts have been busy intercepting even more phone Ukrainian conversations. After a month ago a leaked phone call between US assistant secretary … Continue reading

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Pentagon: North Korea develops unmanned strike aircraft from stolen U.S. target drone

by Bill Gertz North Korea has deployed an indigenous unmanned aerial vehicle capable of attacking ground targets based on stolen U.S. target drones, the Pentagon revealed in a report to Congress. Images of the North Korean drone in flight were … Continue reading

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Dempsey: Threat of Conflict in Asia Increasing

by Bill Gertz The risk of war in Asia will increase over the next 10 years as U.S. military forces struggle to maintain their edge amid declining budgets and increasing threats, according the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. … Continue reading

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Ukraine Crisis: Just Another Globalist-Engineered Powder Keg

by Brandon Smith When one studies history, all events seem to revolve around the applications and degenerations of war. Great feats of human understanding, realization and enlightenment barely register in the mental footnotes of the average person. War is what … Continue reading

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Moscow will halt military steps in Ukraine – only after a US guarantee not to post missile shield there

As Washington and the Europeans – and especially the UK – continue to decry Russian military aggression, the US and Russians have quietly entered into intense negotiations on a compromise for resolving their dispute over Ukraine, DEBKAfile’s Washington and Moscow sources report. … Continue reading

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Hundreds of gunmen surround Ukraine military base

Hundreds of unidentified gunmen have arrived outside Ukraine’s infantry base in Privolnoye in its Crimea region, Associated Press journalists said. The convoy includes at least 13 troop vehicles each containing 30 soldiers and four armored vehicles with mounted machine guns. … Continue reading

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Pro-Moscow coup in Crimea. Russian fighter jets on W. border on combat alert. Kiev deploys security forces

The Russian defense ministry announced Thursday, Feb. 27 that fighter jets stood on combat alert along its western borders with Ukraine. Moscow repeated its commitment to protect Russian-speaking elements in the Crimean Peninsula. Earlier, armed men carried out a pro-Russian coup in … Continue reading

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Israel Air Force hits SS-21 batteries, first attack in Syrian war on nuclear-capable missiles

Western military and intelligence sources report that Israeli Air Force strikes in Lebanon and Syria overnight Monday, Feb. 24 came on the heels of the first use in the three-year Syrian war of a Russian-made nuclear-capable Tochka (Point) surface missile … Continue reading

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U.S. readies financial sanctions against Ukraine

The Obama administration is preparing financial sanctions that could be imposed on Ukrainian officials and protest leaders if violence escalates in the political crisis gripping Ukraine, congressional aides said on Wednesday. Congressional aides, who asked not to be identified by … Continue reading

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Iraqi planes, artillery strike rebel-held Falluja

Iraqi government forces battling Al-Qaeda-linked militants intensified air strikes and artillery fire on the rebel-held city of Falluja on Sunday, and at least seven people were killed, according to hospital officials and tribal leaders. Religious and tribal leaders in the … Continue reading

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Pope Francis’s Peace Doves Attacked By Crow And Seagull, Satanic Birds Attack Pope’s Peace Doves

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There will be no peace. War is coming. David DeGerolamo

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Twenty-nine dead in clashes on anniversary of Egypt uprising

pResident Obama Middle East Speech: Supporting Democracy in Egypt - May 20, 2011 Twenty-nine people were killed during anti-government marches on Saturday while thousands rallied in support of the army-led authorities, underlining Egypt’s volatile political fissures three years after the fall … Continue reading

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Chinese Defense Ministry Confirms Hypersonic Missile Test

by Bill Gertz China’s Defense Ministry on Wednesday confirmed that weapons designers recently conducted the first test of an ultra-high speed missile vehicle considered cutting edge military technology. In a two-sentence statement faxed to news agencies and state-run media in … Continue reading

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Stick a Fork in It

The media continues to ignore one of best signals of an impending economic downtown (or more likely collapse). There are several factors in play economically that should be considered in conjunction with this news: 1. The collapse of the labor … Continue reading

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Bill Gertz: We’re in the middle of a hypersonic arms race with Russia and China

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US and Iran “insulate” nuclear negotiations from “tensions” over Iran’s regional policy

The Obama administration has promised Iran to ease progress toward a nuclear accord by treating Tehran’s aggressive regional policies as a separate issue and so keeping the path clear of any obstacles which may be raised by such opponents as Saudi … Continue reading

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US and Iran’s First Joint Military Venture: Fighting al Qaeda in Iraq

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‘Thousands’ killed as South Sudan slides toward civil war

Thousands of South Sudanese have been killed in over a week of violence with reports of bodies piled in mass graves, the UN said Tuesday, amid ongoing battles threatening to slide into civil war. The top UN humanitarian chief in … Continue reading

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China Conducts Second Flight Test of New Long-Range Missile

by Bill Gertz China’s military conducted the second flight test of its newest long-range missile that is capable of hitting targets in the United States with a nuclear warhead, according to defense officials. The flight test of the new Dong … Continue reading

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Russia Stations Tactical, Nuclear-Capable Missiles Along Polish Border

2013 was a year when Europe tried to reallign its primary source of natgas energy, from Gazpromia to Qatar, and failed. More importantly, it was a year in which Russia’s Vladimir Putin undisputedly won every foreign relations conflict that involved … Continue reading

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US-Backed Syrian “Rebel” Commander Chased Out Of Country By Al Qaeda

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Syria may be old news as any escalation has been put on hold at least until next summer, but the hilarity resulting from the bungled US foreign policy intervention in the country lingers. The latest chapter in John Kerry’s book … Continue reading

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US switches military aid from rebels in the north to new pro-US security zone against Al Qaeda

The US and UK announced Wednesday the suspension of non-lethal military aid to the Syrian opposition in the northern part of the country after Free Syrian Army bases near the Turkish border were seized by a new Islamist front. DEBKAfilereports that … Continue reading

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Is War With China Inevitable?

by Brandon Smith As a general rule, extreme economic decline is almost always followed by extreme international conflict. Sometimes, these disasters can be attributed to the human survival imperative and the desire to accumulate resources during crisis. But most often, … Continue reading

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Saudis to Obama: We Will Not Tolerate a Nuclear Iran

The Saudis are signaling that they will unleash a pre-emptive war in the Middle East in response to Obama’s nuclear capitulation to Iran.  These signals are an effort to change Obama’s decision to prop up the mullahs and green light their nuclear program.  Can … Continue reading

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Hagel orders US support in Central African Republic mission

The administration is worried. We don’t know if this is due to the collapse of Obamacare, the collapse of the economy or the upcoming battle on the budget. What we do know is that the administration is scrambling for cover … Continue reading

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After 12 Yrs of U.S. Occupation, Afghanistan Sets Record for Growing Opium

After 12 years of occupation by U.S. military forces, Afghanistan set a record for growing opium poppies in 2013, according to newly released data from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. “Opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan reached a sobering … Continue reading

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Polar Cold War

The Pentagon on Friday unveiled a new strategy to defend the Arctic region from security threats as Russia builds up cold-weather forces in the region and China prepares to claim resources. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said during a speech in … Continue reading

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U.S. Warns China Over East China Sea Maritime Grab

by Bill Gertz The Pentagon invoked a U.S. defense treaty with Japan and warned China on Saturday that its declaration of an air defense zone over the East China Sea is increasing the danger of military conflict. Both Secretary of … Continue reading

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Iran nuclear deal: Saudi Arabia warns it will strike out on its own

Saudi Arabia claims they were kept in the dark by Western allies over Iran nuclear deal and says it will strike out on its own A senior advisor to the Saudi royal family has accused its Western allies of deceiving the oil … Continue reading

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There’s Something Familiar about Obama’s Iran Deal

On 30 September 1938, Neville Chamberlain announced “peace for our time” on the steps of 10 Downing Street, straight after returning from Munich, where he and government leaders from France, Italy and Germany had signed an agreement over the division of Czechoslovakia in … Continue reading

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Rogers: We Have Just Rewarded Very Bad And Dangerous Behavior

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Israel denounces Iranian nuclear deal, says assessing options

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government denounced world powers’ nuclear agreement with Iran on Sunday as a “bad deal” to which Israel would not be bound. Yet Israeli officials stopped short of explicitly threatening military action that could further isolate … Continue reading

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The US and Europeans give Iran a deadline of Saturday night for concluding a nuclear deal

American and European negotiators have given Iran until Saturday night, Nov. 23, the fourth day of negotiations in Geneva, to reach agreement on an interim nuclear deal, DEBKAfile’s sources report. After that deadline, those delegations plan to cut the talks short … Continue reading

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Will Valerie Jarrett Give Iran Nuclear Bombs?

Iran stands fast on Arak heavy water reactor for plutonium-fired nuclear weapon The Iranian negotiators face the delegations of six world powers in Geneva Thursday, Nov. 21, with strict orders not to give ground on the two major sticking points … Continue reading

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