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IDF ground forces attack Gaza amid air, sea and artillery pounding.

Israel air, sea and artillery pounded the Gaza Strip Thursday night, July 17, as IDF ground forces embarked on a ground attack, just announced by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu. DEBKAfile reports a softening-up operation to prepare for the entry of armored and … Continue reading

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IDF tells 100,000 Gaza civilians to move back from Israeli border – sign of impending ground incursion

Thursday afternoon, July 10, the IDF advised 100,000 Palestinian civilians to leave their homes in the northern Gaza villages of Beit Lahiya, Beit Hanoun, Greater Ibsen and Smaller Ibsen and head west to the coast or south to remove themselves … Continue reading

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Bill Gertz discusses China-Japan conflict

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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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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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Japan Press: “China-Japan War To Break Out In January”

Following China’s unveiling of its air defense identification zone (ADIZ) in the East China Sea, overlapping a large expanse of territory also claimed by Japan, the Japanese media has, as The Japan Times reports, had a dramatically visceral reaction on the … Continue reading

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Time ‘has run out’ for Iran nuclear work

Israel’s military practiced long-range missions and mid-air refueling over the past weekend even as Iran made clear that it will continue with the development of its nuclear program, which Israel is convinced is a cover for making nuclear weapons. In … Continue reading

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China Officially Backs Russia On Syria, Warns “Military Action Would Have Negative Impact On Global Economy”

Until now China had kept a relatively low profile on the Syria issue, occasionally issuing veiled support for the Assad regime. That changed at today’s G-20 meeting in Russia, when China’s vice-finance minister Zhu Guangyao officially launched the Syrian axis … Continue reading

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Obama’s climb-down on Syria attack spells “military nightmare” for allies Israel, Turkey, Jordan

US President Barack Obama’s about-turn Saturday night, Aug. 31 on the planned US military operation against Syria’s chemical weapons has shaken up the volatile Middle East balance of strength, spelling for Israel, Jordan and Turkey what Western and Israeli military … Continue reading

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One Ship Off of the Coast of Syria

As outlined in A Way to See When the War Will Start, the number of ships off the coast of Syria has dropped to one tanker. David DeGerolamo

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Pentagon Can’t Afford Syria Operation; Must Seek Additional Funds

by Bill Gertz The U.S. military, struggling after defense cuts of tens of billions of dollars, will be unable to pay for attacks on Syria from current operating funds and must seek additional money from Congress, according to congressional aides. … Continue reading

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25 Quotes About The Coming War With Syria That Every American Should See

by Michael Snyder If Barack Obama is going to attack Syria, he is going to do it without the support of the American people, without the approval of Congress, without the approval of the United Nations, and without the help of the … Continue reading

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Countdown on for US strike on Syria. Kerry: Assad’s chemicals killed 1,429 Syrians, 426 children

Friday, Aug. 30, at a news conference in Washington, US Secretary of State John Kerry delivered a ringing statement accusing Bashar Assad of responsibility for the lethal poison gas attack on Damascus suburbs on Aug. 21. His words signaled the … Continue reading

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Obama’s Ego Knows No Bounds

Obama drew a line in the sand concerning Syria and its use of chemical weapons against US sponsored al Qaeda rebels. Although the evidence is not conclusive, John Kerry has publicly stated that Assad used chemical weapons in Damascus resulting … Continue reading

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Partial Israel reserves call-up. US beefs up Qatar air base. Syria moves units into sheltered sites

Ahead of the US strike on Syria, the Israeli security cabinet in special session Wednesday, Aug. 28, ordered the partial mobilization of select, qualitative IDF reserve forces: Rocket, Air Force, missile interception, Home Defense command and intelligence units. Anti-missile Arrow, … Continue reading

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War Drums: Assad Crosses Red Line, as U.S. Warships Deployed

From YouTube: One year ago, President Obama made use of chemical weapons a clear “red line” that would prompt American response to Bashar al-Assad’s Syrian regime. Now, Secretary of State John Kerry says that line has been crossed. What will … Continue reading

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U.S. Warships Set for Cruise Missile Strikes on Syria

by Bill Gertz Four U.S. Navy destroyers armed with land-attack cruise missiles are positioned in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea as President Barack Obama considers ordering attacks on Syria for using chemical weapons against civilians. Pentagon officials said the naval power … Continue reading

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UN experts to hunt for chemical shell shrapnel – as West poised to strike Syria this week

Five days after the event, a United Nations team of experts Monday, Aug. 26, start scouring a site in eastern Damascus for shrapnel left over from the poison gas shells or rockets fired by the Syrian army’s 155th Brigade last Wednesday. … Continue reading

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US rebuffs Syrian access to chemical site as “too late to be credible”

The US has little doubt the Syrian government used chemical weapons against civilians and any decision to open the site to UN inspectors comes “too late to be credible,” a senior US official said Sunday, Aug. 25. The official made … Continue reading

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Another Illegal Obama War – France Is Reporting American Troops on the Ground in Syria

From Le Figaro, google translated: According to our information, the regime’s opponents, supervised by Jordanian, Israeli and American commandos moving towards Damascus since mid-August. This attack could explain the possible use of the Syrian president to chemical weapons. According to information obtained … Continue reading

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Dempsey in Israel, Jordan, to tie last ends before Obama decides finally on US military action in Syria

Chairman of the US Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin Dempsey arrived in Israel Monday, Aug. 12 for critical talks with Israel’s Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Defense minister Moshe Ya’alon and Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz, followed by parallel … Continue reading

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Russia:”Syria Will Be Armed With Weapons That Have Never Been Seen Before In the Middle East”

This week, according to a British intelligence report, Putin reportedly passed on a diplomatic communique to the United States and France using British Prime Minister David Cameron as the intermediary. According to the report from Syrian-based Dam Press and the Dyar Newspaper, the … Continue reading

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Obama, Lies, and Tyranny

President Obama, perhaps you should have taken candidate Obama’s advise…but then again, those words are now proven to be just as insincere as the rest of your many lies, this act of treason is just as egregious as your many … Continue reading

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Will Obama Sign UN Arms Trade Treaty Today?

Despite a Senate amendment blocking the treaty, President Barack Obama plans to sign the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty on June 3rd. ~ Daniel Jackson Millions of Americans have expressed fear over the possible passing of the UN small arms … Continue reading

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Video: Islam & Cannibalism

Be forewarned, the video below is quite graphic.  It was apparently intended as a “morale inspiring message” to fellow rebel groups in Syria. If cannibalism and other satanic acts are ‘morale inspiring’ to these monsters, then what does that say … Continue reading

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Another View of the Impending Collapse

I found the following article posted at another site, and as permission was given to re-post freely, I am doing so here.  This is very well stated, and about as accurate as any prediction can be in regards to such … Continue reading

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The Short Version of What Is Happening (Again)

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Checkmate: From global makeover to takeover

We’re rapidly approaching a potential checkmate moment in the Mideast. There are 41 nations plus the U.S., for a total of 42 nations currently participating in military maneuvers off the coast of Iran. Despite all of the saber rattling about … Continue reading

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IDF on war alert. Iran-Syrian-Hizballah war of attrition threatened. US set to act on Syria

Israel’s two air force strikes on Syria in three days – the second targeting the emblems of Assad rule overlooking Damascus from Mt. Qassioun – appear to be part of a tactical plan put together by the US Israel, and … Continue reading

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We refuse to surrender

Thanks to Lady Raven for posting the following, which every concerned American would be well advised to read and discuss with their families.  As such, I have reposted it here in its entirety: The Honorable Senator John Cornyn, State of Texas United States … Continue reading

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US troops sent to Jordan to counter Syrian attack on kingdom

US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced Wednesday, April 17, that 200 troops of the US 1st Armored Division had been ordered to deploy in Jordan. DEBKAfile’s military sources report that they are being sent on arrival to the north and ranged … Continue reading

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US raises nuclear alert to DEFCON 3. China mobilizes, masses troops on North Korean border

Friday, April 12, the US raised its nuclear alert status to DEFCON 3, Condition Yellow (out of 5 levels), stating “There are currently no imminent nuclear threats against the United States at this time, however the situation is considered fluid … Continue reading

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Iran lines up behind North Korea, warns the US of “great losses”

Tehran’s intercession in the Korean crisis on the side of its ally in Pyongyang was predictable, even though the US prefers to ignore the close interrelations between the two allies. And so, on Friday, April 5, Deputy Chief of Staff … Continue reading

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BILL GERTZ: CHINA MOBILIZING TROOPS, JETS NEAR KOREA

China has placed military forces on heightened alert in the northeastern part of the country as tensions mount on the Korean peninsula following recent threats by Pyongyang to attack, U.S. officials said. Reports from the region reveal the Chinese People’s … Continue reading

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At What Point Can You Declare That A Civil War Has Begun?

I originally posted this on September 7th, 2012, just 4 days before the attack in Benghazi.  I am republishing it now because I believe folks need to be reminded that what you don’t know *can* hurt you and your family. … Continue reading

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RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT SAYS N. KOREAN NUCLEAR TEST USED PLUTONIUM AND WAS LARGER THAN EARLIER BLASTS

by Bill Gertz North Korea’s third underground nuclear test last month was fueled by plutonium and was not a device that used enriched uranium, according to the Russian government. Retired Col. Gen. Viktor Yesin, a consultant to the Russian Defense … Continue reading

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The Economic Impact of a War Between Japan & China

From YouTube: A major conflict between the region’s two largest economies would not only impose a harsh dilemma on U.S. diplomats, but also have a significant impact on the entire global economy. It is in every nation’s best interest that … Continue reading

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Don’t Listen to What They Say …

Don’t listen to what they say, watch what they do. The ‘state’ and the ‘elite’ are getting ready for something big. “DHS and DOD are conducting desensitizing exercises all across the U.S.,” he paused, then added, “we’re being prepared for … Continue reading

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Is China Mobilizing For A War With Japan?

  We don’t know if it merely a coincidence that a story has emerged discussing a Chinese mobilization in response to the ongoing territorial feud with Japan over the Diaoyu/Senkaku islands (and the proximal massive gas field) the very week that … Continue reading

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US Taxpayers Pick Up Tab For US Military Missions In Mali “Assisting” The French

As reported previously, not only are there currently US boots on the ground in the latest geopolitical “anti Al-Qaeda” snafu in Mali, but it turns out a US presence had been secretly in place for many months prior to the … Continue reading

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