February 22, 2017

Gen. John Kelly: “They Saved Us All”

February 5, 2017 mcdanielm 0

By: Mike McDaniel    After serving the Marine Corps for 45 years, General John Kelly is now serving America as Secretary of Homeland Security. These days, General Kelly, and every other Trump nominee for an important position, is the target of vitriol by people not qualified to referee a dog fight, [Read More]


Brazil: PCC recruiting FARC

January 31, 2017 FaustaW 0

Seriously bad news for the entire hemisphere: Brazil’s largest criminal organization, the PCC (Primeiro Comando da Capital – First Capital Command) is recruiting Colombian FARC members (emphasis added), as it seeks heavy-weapons and other expertise to help expand its hold over Latin America’s drug trade, investigators and officials in both [Read More]

Donald Trump

Mexico wants respect

January 26, 2017 FaustaW 0

Mexican president to Trump: My nation ‘demands respect’, while offering Mexicans illegally in the U.S. help in defying immigration laws (emphasis added): Peña Nieto also highlighted Trump’s pledge to control migration into the U.S., reassuring Mexicans that their government will offer the protection Mexican immigrants require when they are in [Read More]


Gambia: The Country With 2 Presidents

January 20, 2017 Scott Kirwin 0

By Scott Kirwin With all the noise of the inauguration it’s easy to miss what’s happening elsewhere. Take Gambia, the tiny West African nation of about 2 million people all living within spitting distance of the Gambia river. The nation is 1/870th the size of the United States and embedded [Read More]


The Paris ‘ Peace Conference’ Turns Into A Farce

January 18, 2017 JoshuaPundit 0

The Paris peace conference designed to be another slap at Israel turned into a farce devoid of meaning. It certainly didn’t have the kick Barack Obama and John Kerry intended. Instead of strengthening the insidious UNSC 2334, it actually buried it and made it ridiculous. UNSC 2334, as biased as [Read More]


Gambian Leader Ponders Clash Song

January 17, 2017 Scott Kirwin 1

By Scott Kirwin Things are getting interesting in West Africa. Gambian President Yahya Jammah who conceded defeat in December’s elections only to days later change his mind has declared a state of emergency as a Nigerian sails off the coast and Senegalese troops prepare to install his successor Adama Barrow. Barrow’s swearing [Read More]


Colombia: FARC is world’s 3rd richest terrorist organization

January 13, 2017 FaustaW 0

The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC, are the world’s third richest terrorist organization, according to a report published by Forbes: 3. FARC – Annual Turnover $600 million FARC, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia), is an underground Marxist and anti-imperialist activist group and a key [Read More]


Venezuela’s new VP’s Hezbollah connection

January 6, 2017 FaustaW 0

Emili Blasco, author of Boomerang Chavez: The Fraud That Led to Venezuela’s Collapse, reports that Nicolás Maduro’s new vice-president is none other than Tarek El Aissami, who, as you may recall has been tied to the Cartel of the Suns and to Islamic networks. El Aissmi was a key figure [Read More]


A few thoughts about the Vietnam war

January 6, 2017 Puma ByDesign 0

On behalf of Bookworm, I’m re-posting Bookie’s journal of her latest travels.  Enjoy!   By Bookworm We spent two days in Hue, Vietnam. Looking at this peaceful city, it’s hard to believe that it was the site if the Tet Offensive — a place where our troops won the battle [Read More]

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