Sunday, September 22, 2019

Amazing: Alt-left "Thought Leaders" Still Pushing Hopey-Changey Crack for 2020

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Friday, September 20, 2019

Ex-SOCOM Boss, Bill McRaven, Says We Have to Sacrifice More Lives and Treasure to Keep Afghanistan

Sometimes someone in the military gives us a little insight into what they really are and what they really think. We should be sure to take the time acknowledge these moments when they happen.

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Pompeo to Discuss Efforts Versus Iran With Saudi Crown Prince (bribes in the works)

from Reuters

(Saudis said yesterday they don't know who did it yet and that they want real, professional evidence before they make up their minds. So I guess Pompeo is headed over there to bribe them into blaming Iran)

The U.S. Secretary of State will meet with Saudi Arabia's crown prince in Jeddah on Wednesday to discuss the attack on Aramco installations and coordinate efforts against "Iranian aggression", the U.S. Mission to the United Arab Emirates said.  Mike Pompeo "will meet with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to discuss the recent attack on the Kingdom’s oil facilities and coordinate efforts to counter Iranian aggression in the region," a Twitter posting said.  Pompeo will then travel to the UAE capital Abu Dhabi to meet with its crown prince, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, and discuss regional and bilateral issues, it said.

Riyadh doesn’t yet know who carried oil strikes or why: Saudi energy minister

from Press TV

Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman says Riyadh does not yet know who were behind the highly disruptive drone attacks on Saudi Aramco petroleum and gas processing plants at Abqaiq and Khurais in the kingdom's Eastern Province, which sent crude prices skyrocketing.

“We don't know who is behind the attack,” he told reporters in the western Red Sea city of Jeddah on Tuesday, adding that Riyadh wants “proof based on professionalism and internationally recognized standards.”

Prince Abdulaziz, who was only appointed to the role earlier this month, went on to say that Saudi Arabia had dipped into its strategic reserves to maintain supply to clients.

He said stricter measures were needed to be taken to prevent further attacks, but did provide any elaboration...

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Japan says Houthis, not Iran, conducted Saudi attacks

from Press TV

Japan says it has not seen any evidence to prove a claim by the United States that Iran was involved in recent attacks on Saudi oil facilities.

“We are not aware of any information that points to Iran,” Japan’s Defense Minister Taro Kono told reporters at a briefing on Wednesday.

 “We believe the Houthis carried out the attack based on the statement claiming responsibility,” he added, referring to the Yemeni group incorporated into the armed forces fighting back a Saudi-led war on Yemen.

Kono further said Japan would not participate in any potential military action against Iran due to constitutional restraints and would instead pursue a diplomatic solution to the current tensions in the region.

The Yemeni military, which also comprises of members of the Houthi Ansarullah movement, targeted Abqaiq and Khurais oil facilities run by the Saudi state-owned oil company Aramco before dawn on Saturday.

The attacks knocked out more than half of the Saudi crude output, or five percent of the global supply.

US officials soon claimed that the attacks had originated from inside Iran.
Iran has rejected the accusation and said the attacks were a legitimate act of self-defense by Yemen, which has been under incessant strikes by the Saudi-led coalition since 2015. The US is a member of that invading coalition....

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Tuesday, September 17, 2019

From Vaccines to Oxycontin to Ambien: Big Pharma Influence Stronger than Ever

RFK. Jr.'s Mic Dropping Speech Inspires Hope Vis-à-Vis The Rise of the Medical Police State

Sunday, September 15, 2019

A Deep Dive Into the Houthi Attack on the Saudi Aramco Infrastructure

This conflict goes well beyond 2015 and Saudi Arabia. When the official statement was made by the Houthis claiming responsibility for the attacks they included a statement that it could not have taken place without "honorable assistance from within the Kingdom" meaning ... what? Do we have CIA assets "within the Kingdom"? Will this strike have an effect on the Aramco IPO negotiations that started just two days before they took place? All wars are banker wars boys and girls and this one is no different.

Saturday, September 14, 2019

Friday, September 13, 2019