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Israeli Prime Minister supports ISIS more than his willingness to negotiate with Iran

Even as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu currently deals with corruption charges and a difficult campaign to remain in office, the Israeli leader appears more than willing to keep the turmoil in the Middle East percolating.  And in a meeting on Wednesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Netanyahu all but stated to the Eurasian leader who helped bring an end to the Syrian conflict that his allegiance ...

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White House petition to label Antifa as a terrorist organization reaches 100,000 signatures

Terrorism: the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims. The Federal government has been hesitant to label domestic organizations within the United States as terror groups, even while liberals and the media trying desperately on occasion to call many non-violent conservative groups as terrorists.  However over the past two years a number of or ...

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America’s allies trust Vladimir Putin more on foreign affairs than they do President Trump and U.S. policy

When you combine President Trump's erratic stances on foreign policy along with Congress's propaganda conflict against Russia, you get a world where even the most staunchest allies of the United States are turning away from the 'Land of Freedom'. And in an interesting poll published on Aug. 17 by the Pew Research Group, more countries trust President Vladimir Putin when it comes to foreign policy than they ...

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Germany threatens retaliation against the U.S. if Congress pushes through bill for more Russian sanctions

If having U.S. businesses ready to lobby Congress to stop their fake indignation over Russia's protecting their own people and allies in Ukraine and Syria, it appears that Europe, and in particular Germany, have had enough of sanctions against Putin. In fact in light of Congress's new scheme to try to inflict a new round of Russian sanctions, and to hamstring President Trump from ever willingly removing the ...

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Syria appeals to United Nations to make the U.S. pay for the destruction their illegal war created

More and more it appears that the world is rejecting the U.S. and the Washington cabal that believes they have the right to intervene and on occasion overthrow any government they see fit to.  And whether it is Iraq's latest deal with Russia to purchase arms, or Qatar's move to integrate the Chinese RMB into their monetary system, decades of military and economic destruction in the Middle East has turned Am ...

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China Responds to THAAD, Vowing Live Drills, Launches First Unmanned Cargo Spacecraft

The U.S. and South Korea have agreed to activate the controversial anti-missile system—Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) earlier than planned. The two countries claim they are alarmed by North Korea’s increasingly provocative behavior on the Korean Peninsula over its nuclear missile program, hence the deployment of the weapon. Both China and Russia have expressed strong opposition to the deploymen ...

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Pyongyang seeks ASEAN’s help to avert ‘nuclear holocaust’ as Trump warns of ‘major conflict’

North Korea is seeking support from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations to prevent a potential “nuclear holocaust,” as US President Donald Trump warns of the possibility of a “major conflict” in the Korean Peninsula if diplomacy fails. Washington’s actions and rhetoric are pushing the region to the “brink of war,” North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho wrote in a letter to ASEAN’s chief Le Luong Mi ...

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North Korea: ‘All Out War’ if U.S. Uses Military Action

North Korea has threatened “all out war” if the United States uses military intervention to deter its nuclear ambitions. Speaking to the BBC, Vice Foreign Minister Han Song-Ryol asserted that North Korea would respond with force if the US was “reckless enough” to attack. “If the US is reckless enough to use military means it would mean from that very day, an all out war,” Song-Ryol said. “A nuclear war coul ...

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U.S. Scrambles Jets After Russian Bombers Fly Near Alaska

Two nuclear-capable Russian bombers were detected near Alaska Monday evening, reaching as close as 100 miles from Kodiak Island. According to Fox News, the Tu-95 strategic bombers first appeared 280 miles southwest of the Elmendorf Air Force Base, inside the US Air Defense Identification Zone. The U.S. Air Force scrambled two F-22 stealth fighter jets and an E-3 early warning plane to intercept the Russian ...

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North Korea Warns of ‘Thermonuclear War’ After Trump Threatens Strike

(COMMONDREAMS) The Trump administration has succeeded in ratcheting up tensions in the Korea Peninsula after dispatching a Navy strike group to the western Pacific Ocean and threatening a “pre-emptive strike” against North Korea if the country goes ahead with a nuclear bomb test. In response to the Trump administration’s saber-rattling, North Korea on Friday warned of a looming “thermonuclear war,” threaten ...

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China Issues Dire Warning — New Korean War Could Break Out ‘At Any Moment’

(RT) China’s Foreign Minister warned that an armed conflict with North Korea may break out “at any moment,” urging Washington and Pyongyang to tone down their hawkish rhetoric and realize the price to pay for both sides if a new Korean War were to start. The extraordinary warning comes amid massive US military buildup near the Korean Peninsula, with the carrier strike group ‘USS Carl Vinson’ heading towards ...

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Trump Ordered Syria Attack, then Ate Dinner with Chinese President

President Donald Trump ordered Tomahawk missile strikes against a Syrian airfield on Thursday evening — then sat down to dinner with visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping at Mar-a-Lago. CNN, citing a White House source, reports: Video Analysis: Trump Meets with China's President Trump met with his national security team before his dinner with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Mar-a-Lago Thursday, where he mad ...

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