Asia Times Online :: 'Our' weaponized Wahhabi bastards
Biden’s Drone Wars - On Thursday, April 15, the New York Times posted an article headed, “How the U.S. Plans to Fight From Afar After Troops Exit Afghanistan,” just in case a...
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|One of the first things O did after he became POTUS was to send Dr. Strangelove, excuse me, I meant Dr. Kissinger to Russia of all places.|
Or did Kissinger send himself?
How many people died because of his influence on our presidents.
How many soldiers died needlessly in Nam while Kissinger slept in 5 star hotels in Paris.
He was a thorn in my boot when I was a young man.
Now he is a thorn in my slipper as I become an old man.
|AP/J. Scott Applewhite|
|Israel is the clear and present danger in the region and in the world.|
It should be treated as such.
There should be a boycott on Israel and sanctions should be imposed on them until they allow inspections of their nuclear weapons of mass destruction. Israel has had them all along.
Why should this be a secret?
Why should Israel be trusted?
America should start breaking its puppet strings from Israel
We are their client state, not the other way around.
Israel bought our congresscritters long ago.
Why is there never a debate of the Israeli nukes.
What is the N.Y. Times afraid of?
|Just from reading the head line.|
"China buys pork producer"
I thought China bought our congresscritters.
But I forgot, Israel already owns our Congrsscritters.
What if the sole superpower on the planet makes its will known -- repeatedly -- and finds that no one is listening? Barely a decade ago, that would have seemed like a conundrum from some fantasy Earth in an alternate dimension. Now, it is increasingly a plain description of political life on our globe, especially in the Greater Middle East.In the future, the indecent haste with which Barack Obama sought cover under the umbrella unfurled by his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, in the Syrian chemical weapons crisis will be viewed as a watershed moment when it comes to America’s waning power in that region. In the aptly named “arc of instability,” the lands from the Chinese border to northern Africa that President George W. Bush and his neocon acolytes dreamed of thoroughly pacifying, turmoil is on the rise. Ever fewer countries, allies, or enemies, are paying attention, much less kowtowing, to the once-formidable power of the world’s last superpower. The list of defiant figures -- from Egyptian generals to Saudi princes, Iraqi Shiite leaders to Israeli politicians -- is lengthening.
The signs of this loss of clout have been legion in recent years. In August 2011, for instance, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad ignored Obama’s unambiguous call for him “to step aside.” Nothing happened even after an unnamed senior administration official insisted, “We are certain Assad is on the way out.” As the saying goes, if wishes were horses, beggars would ride. READ MORE
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