Derek Gilbert and I discussed what the truth about Syria was back in 2015 (as the Obama Administration was winding down), and what is likely to be the case again now that Joe Biden is president. We must have been prophets… well good analysts at least.
Biden’s initial Foreign Policy initiative within his first two days of office was to reengage American troops in Syria. (See Chris Menahan’s article below.)
Unbeknownst to me until I stumbled on it last night, was Derek choosing (without any prompting from me) to pull up a show that we did together. After listening again … Read More
A great article by conservative Israeli journalist, Carolyn Glick. Good reading. Trump can’t win for losing. NOBEL Price to WHO. Really? The World Health Organization? (Its World Food Program).
Yes, indeed, their performance was stellar.
A salient quote from Glick for those with too little time to read:
“And this brings us back to Newsweek and the agony of the elites its cover story described.The Nobel Committee’s decision to give the peace prize to the World Food Program rather than to Netanyahu, Trump, Bahrain’s King Hamad and the UAE’s Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan was a play for time. … Read More
Many conservative libertarian citizens having been placing their hopes in the mysterious ‘Q’ – but is the movement running out of steam? Should we hope that ‘Q’s’ predictions about draining the swamp might still come true?
I have been watching with interest the posts and the decoding for months. I’ve never believed that Q is a ‘LARP’ (Live Action Role Player). Nor have I believed it was a ‘psyop’. I have never been that cynical.
My analysis has led me to believe Q is a consortium of 2 or more individuals, probably with ties to Defense Intelligence and possibly Gen. … Read More
REMEMBER THE GENESIS SONG, “LAND OF CONFUSION”?
It was covered by Disturbed a few years back. It is quite a treat if you like “heavy-duty” hard rock (and when I’m in the mood I do. Sorry, its a guilty pleasure). Their music video on YouTube illustrates the chaos of war, riots, and “setting things right” in a revolutionary sense. If you got four and a half minutes and like aggressive rock, this is YOUR ticket. (Click on the picture)
When the original song was performed (written by Phil Collins and Genesis in 1986 as I recall), it sought to target … Read More