Tagged with Middle East

Terror is everywhere!

Heightened terror alerts have become the norm these days, the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and local law enforcement responded to suspicious behavior in the air and on the ground. Investigations routinely claim to expose credible threats but with unconfirmed information about possible terrorist plots, how much truth can be … Continue reading

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The Grand Game.

The Grand Game.

A couple of weeks that has seen game changing events that will affect us all, more pieces are being moved around the global board all edging us towards a War the likes of which humanity has never seen. The Religion card has been played. The video which has caused such trouble has dubious origins. Created … Continue reading

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Originally posted on World Politics Blues:
The Drones are a powerful band on many levels.  One of their powers in my case, is that they helped me get over my case of cultural cringe (the belief that Australian cultural products are inherently inferior to those produced overseas, particularly in Europe and the United States). The…

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Obama’s October Surprise

Obama’s October Surprise

“Information Clearing House” —   A devastating strike would create an upsurge of patriotism in America and fully neutralize Mitt Romney’s contention that Obama is a foreign-policy wimp. It could allow Obama to sweep to victory in November. Will he do it? One reason he might is that Mitt Romney is singlehandedly pushing the entire debate … Continue reading

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A World On The Verge Of War?

The question has to be ask today has World War 3  started and this post sums it  up well.Do you agree or do you think peace will hold? Here is a summary of where the world stands: Unable to reach a compromise over the weekend, South Africa is now in an all out labor strike, … Continue reading

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Carter’s Turn

Carter’s Turn

Originally posted on Cogitating Duck:
You may recall that a couple of years ago President Barack Obama reached out to claim a piece of the Reagan legacy.  TIME even declared that 44 had a “bromance” with the Gipper.  How sweet. Just a couple of weeks ago, President Obama was buoyed by Bill Clinton’s fiery, crowd-winning…

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Originally posted on PN:
Screenshot “Innocence of Muslims” by Madison Ruppert, Contributor Activist Post September 14, 2012 The details surrounding the Innocence of Muslims film – which some are now saying doesn’t even exist as a completed work – continue to get increasingly strange as the days go by. We now know that the man…

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Originally posted on Dear Kitty. Some blog:
This is a video of an armed Ansar al Sharia demonstration in Benghazi, Libya, in June this year. It was deleted by YouTube. Here is another video about that subject, still on YouTube. From ABC News in the USA: U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens Killed in Consulate…

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Originally posted on ramblingjohnhour:
Today I am going to address a key hub in the conspiracy theory community.  Someone who is one of the main conveyors and perpetrators behind many of the September 11th, Police State, Illuminati,Banking,Obama,Government, conspiracies.   A supposed key advocate behind the NWO, our very own Alex Jones.   I was at one point an Alex Jones listener…

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Iran the cherry on the cake? Updated.

Iran the cherry on the cake? Updated.

The propaganda increases and the truth becomes harder to find. Iran have been open in showing their support for Assad’s government and see the Syrian conflict as an internal issue for Syrians only and does not see the need for outside intervention. This conflict in Syria seems to be following the same dark path as … Continue reading

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It’s not Black (water) and white.

It’s not Black (water) and white.

Black water was founded in 1998 by a team of former Navy Seals. Worldwide it claims to have trained tens of thousands of security personnel to work in the hot spots of the world. They have a large presence in Afghanistan and Iraq as well as other Middle Eastern countries. The company, now called Xe Services, a name change often … Continue reading

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Honoring the dead in 2012.

Honoring the dead in 2012.

As more and more troops return home in body bags from the ever expanding conflicts in the Middle East we see how much governments really value their sacrifice. In a recent article published in a UK newspaper we can read how the remains of soldiers were treated once they had been returned to the country. … Continue reading

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