The US government may have misspent $21 trillion, a professor at Michigan State University has found. Papers supporting the study briefly went missing just as an audit was announced. Continue reading $21 Trillion of Unauthorized Spending by US Govt Discovered by Economics Professor
The constant exchange of war rhetoric between the US and North Korea is working for the US military industrial complex. South Korea has decided to build its own nuclear submarine fleet and a network of spy satellites. Continue reading US Warmongering Works, South Korea Building Nuclear Subs & Spy Satellites
Some American analysts are now asking why the North Korean missile was allowed to pass by a Japanese island with ringing alarm bells as the only response. Continue reading Is the US Really Capable of Shooting Down North Korean Missiles?
In a room, somewhere deep inside the Pentagon generals and admirals met recently in order to prepare an assessment for the United States Senate Armed Services Committee. Present at the metering were General Mark Milley, the U.S. Army’s Chief of Staff, the Chief of Naval Operations Admiral John Richardson, the Commandant of the Marine Corps General Robert Neller, and U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff General David L. Goldfein. Continue reading The Day of the Generals: Winning Armageddon
There are many things by which we have identified that the problem is still America, although the Americans are blaming their and the world’s problems to the Jewish bankers. But the fact remains that until now, this Khazarian war and money making machinery is still being hosted in the “land of milk and honey,” therefore the responsibility should still rest with the free people of America. Continue reading The World’s Problem is still America
The spate of deadly US Navy collisions is a symptom of a wider morale crisis among American military forces. Part of the reason is that American troops are simply exhausted from being abused by political masters in Washington. Continue reading No Wonder US Forces in Morale Crisis
Despite what Trump said in his policy-making speech, the US will still continue to destabilize rival governments, but it’ll just do so under different pretexts. Continue reading Don’t Kid Yourself, The US Will Still Continue ‘Exporting Democracy’
With the 115 year old tradition of the annual Army-Navy football classic on Saturday [December 2015], the so called “America’s game” and “rivalry for the ages” is now once again upon us. This occasion never fails to pay reverent homage to America’s so called “cream of the crop” elitist military academies and always from the president to celebrities Americans give tribute to our armed forces. Continue reading It’s Time to Stop “Supporting Our Troops”
For spending too much on the military industrial complex, and in deliberately sowing conflicts worldwide by directly training and funding terrorist groups, in order to sustain the industry that only feeds on wars, the US economy has suffered immensely and has never recovered, since the 1960s. Continue reading Assumption of US Dominance Has ended; Imperial Decline is Looming
The current collapse of the unipolar world, with the inexorable emergence of a multipolar framework, has enabled a terrifying subplot to run amok – the normalization of the idea of nuclear war. Continue reading When in Doubt, Nuke China
The Pentagon continues to squander US taxpayer dollars on extravagant projects and meaningless initiatives, Sputnik contributor Alexander Khrolenko wrote, shedding light on the most glaring examples of the US Department of Defense wasting money. Continue reading Pentagon Extravaganza: How the DoD Squandered Billions of US Taxpayer Dollars
The dramatic war of words that has erupted between Persian Gulf Arab states has the hallmarks of theatrics. Saudi Arabia and several of its allies are accusing Qatar of “sponsoring terrorism” and “destabilizing” the region. Continue reading Gulf Row Cover for West Arming Despots
The West continues to self-destruct and has no other option but to sacrifice whatever is left of its reputation to save itself financially. While NATO is persistent with its anti-Russia rhetorics to save itself from obsolescence, the White House is forced to sustain the “Iran is terrorist” line to extort the Arabs. Continue reading West Uses Semantics and Doubletalk to Stay Funded
Trump’s Raytheon stocks are soaring again. More than a billion dollar worth of Raytheon made munitions are estimated to be part of the package, i.e. a $350 billion worth of deaths and destruction have been sealed between the US and the House of Saud today, $110 billion of which is due for delivery as soon as possible. Continue reading Trump Strikes Arms Deal With Saudis worth $350 Billion
The first stage of U.S. President Donald Trump’s plan to restore America’s former dominance as a “manufacturing country” will be announced this coming weekend in Riyadh Saudi Arabia and Washington DC, but its outlines are now already more than clear. Continue reading Trump’s Plan Finally Becomes Clear, War is Good for Business
We were shocked yesterday hearing VP Mike Pence made threatening remarks against North Korea, and a trip to the most militarized border on the planet, knowing that any nuclear war with the latter would certainly spill over its borders with China, Russia, and the rest of East Asia. Continue reading Trump is Coward Enough to Use VP Pence in Threatening Nokor with Nuke War
As if it is a badge of honor really to have a military superiority over countries which did not bother doing likewise, in favor of the well-being of its people, and the establishment of a peaceful relationship with neighboring countries, the newly Neocon-certified warmonger Donald J. Trump proclaimed that his government has “no other choice” but to spend more on militarization and strikes. Continue reading We Have No Choice Other Than Military Buildup, Posturing & Strikes | Moronic Neocon Trump
Dubbed “the Mother of All Bombs,” or shortly MOAB, was dropped in the Nangarhar province, two days ago. Each GBU-43 bomb weighs 21,600 pounds and measures at more than 30 feet long and 40 inches wide. It has a blast radius of 1/3 mile, and is meant to be used for “psychological” attacks as part of a “shock and awe” campaign designed to show overwhelming force in order to intimidate the enemy. Continue reading Trump Pleases Neocons & Raytheon, “Threatens” BRICS with GBU-43 Bomb Debut
Although Hillary Clinton lost the political race, the so-called Clinton email scandal continues to smolder. The reason behind this phenomenon is pretty obvious: too many questions still remain unanswered. Continue reading Untold Story of Clinton Foundation’s Ties with Defense Contractors
Upon the toppling of the Deep State from the White House, the assassinations of high-profile personalities have gone up and military exercises continue to increase in numbers and size. Continue reading Top-level Assassinations & Large-Scale Military Exercises as Covert WW3 Peaks
On a rare occasion, when security leaders from both sides of the Atlantic gathered to hear each other’s policy position on security, and Vladimir Putin stunned his audience when he basically said that a unipolar world will eventually destroy itself and lead to chaos, directly in front of John McCain, Angela Merkel, and the Israeli delegation, among others. Continue reading Putin’s 2007 Munich Speech Radiated Leadership Idealism & Wisdom
It is not difficult to see why since the US has for decades been behaving in a way that was guaranteed eventually to exhaust it. Continue reading America is Tired | Alexander Mercouris
So far, the newly inaugurated Trump administration is doing as expected. The White House has just signed an EO withdrawing from TPP Trade Deal, and it is now sharing intelligence information regarding the specific locations of Daesh terrorists in Syria. Continue reading United States Reset Has Begun
The military-industrial complex “is much more pernicious than Eisenhower ever thought,” says the retired US colonel.
Continue reading We are the Death Merchant of the World | Lawrence Wilkerson, Ex-Bush official
The goodwill visit of two Russian navy ships to the Philippines is a sign that relations between Russia and the Philippines are warming up, just as President Rodrigo Duterte expresses discontent with the Philippines-US relationship.
Johan Galtung, a Nobel Peace Prize-nominated sociologist who predicted the collapse of the Soviet Union, warned that US global power will collapse under the Donald Trump administration.
The US president-elect Donald Trump promises to end all wars aimed at “regime change” on countries that the US “know nothing about.”
That’s one of those sure-selling campaign promises he had made, and it looks like he has no choice but to comply with it for now, with the Russian-led coalition’s victory in Aleppo City, Syria.
Vladimir Putin virtually said this, in response to a concern raised about the “suffocating” encirclement of NATO around Russia’s border.
There are countless of reasons why the Philippines needs to have an independent foreign policy at this point in time. Foremost of them all is the fact that until now the country hasn’t progressed economically as any other countries in the region in spite of its unquestionable loyalty to Uncle Sam.
In the ongoing fight against terrorism in the South, primarily with the ISIS affiliated Abu Sayyaf who are engaged in city bombings and cross border kidnappings, the Duterte government plans to avail of Russian and Chinese made military equipments through a 25-year soft loan offered by both governments without strings attached as perennially experienced with US arms procurements in the last 70 years.