Will anything change with a new leader? Not likely. Bennett was pivotal in the 1996 massacre in Qana and has boasted of 'killing many Arabs'. After Bennett's recent success in negotiating the removal of the stubborn Netanyahu, the BBC virtually ignored his extremist views and instead quoted him as saying he would unite the nation. … Continue reading Naftali Bennett: Almost silent and very deadly.
Plan B appears to be a colour revolution. Israeli driven US policy appears to have given up on hurting Iran via the Syrian conflict and is moving to a secondary phase of encouraging violent disorder to bring the Iranian leadership to its knees. The media have taken up the opportunity to support the condemnation of … Continue reading The operation to destroy Iran begins.
Nikki Haley demands Iran stops helping Yemen from defending themselves. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=9UkZ9jY4p_Q This video is full of lies, omissions and speculation. Haley supplies no dates, no corroborative evidence. We are told to trust the Saudi government for that. The question and answer session at the end is full of friendly queries and gives Haley the opportunity … Continue reading When did it become illegal to fight back?
If you relied on the mainstream media, you wouldn't know it. A small group of Syrian forces have met up up with besieged soldiers in Deir Ezzor, a major Syrian city that has been held captive by terrorists for over three years. It is only a small step but a significant one to bring any … Continue reading Deir Ezzor siege ends.
The renowned former weapons inspector systematically debunks US and UK claims of Assad using chemical weapons during the war. Scott Ritter has always been a voice of reason when it comes to claims of weapons of mass destruction. He was one of the few real experts that cast doubts on Saddam's ability to build such … Continue reading Scott Ritter – A comprehensive rebuttal of accusations that the Syrian Government used chemical weapons.
Pro-government captives being rescued from under terrorist siege aren't as news-worthy. This exchange of several thousand people under siege was always going to be difficult. The deal was brokered by Qatar and Iran, on behalf of each side. Qatar has been a major sponsor and supplier of terrorist groups that have been tormenting the Syrian … Continue reading Virtual news blackout on Foua slaughter.
So what is this great threat from the Iranians? How many countries have they attacked? Actually, they haven't attacked any other countries for hundreds of years, the war with Iraq was initiated by Saddam, with US encouragement, logistics and military hardware. The Iranian government are what could be described as straight laced or traditional and … Continue reading The ludicrous ‘Iranian threat’.
Obama's childish attempts to blame Russia for interfering with the US election, including the removal of 35 Russian diplomats from America, bear little resemblance to the reality surrounding the science of coding. Indeed, forensic evidence pertaining to computers can be easily manufactured and given the expertise, someone could quite easily frame a victim for a … Continue reading Has Obama forgotten about Stuxnet?
Before and during all the recent chaos in Syria, the hidden hand of Israel has been fanning the flames. The vast majority of this interfering has been discrete, only when they have had no other choice did they act publicly. The attacks on the Syrian Arab Army and it's allies are a good example. Supporting … Continue reading Israel: Have they created their own Frankenstein?
The treasonous invitation by John Boehner to the odious Israeli Prime Minister, Binyamin Netanyahu is not looking such a good idea now. The invite seems to have opened many American eyes to the perception (at least) that the US Senators aren't focussed on domestic issues but on trying to further Netanyahu's political career in the forthcoming … Continue reading Congress: The Netanyahu speech.