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Goodbye, Sweden

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And as if every nation in Europe is not sufficient target for islamic terror, it is breaking now that an IED was detonated just moments ago at a bus stop in Moscow… There is an old saying about poking a … Continue reading

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But US Won The Booby Prize

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It Is Time to Sell Your Cloak

“And he said to them, “When I sent you out with no moneybag or knapsack or sandals, did you lack anything?” They said, “Nothing.” He said to them, “But now let the one who has a moneybag take it, and … Continue reading

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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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