Category Archives: Military

Russian Navy Visit Helps Manila Diversify Alliances After US Policy Disappoints

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.

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Trump Pledges End of Regime Change Wars with 300+ New Warships

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.

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MiGs for Manila: When Moscow Starts Supplying Philippines with Arms

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.

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We will buy arms from China & Russia, Not U.S. | Duterte

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.

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War of Terror 2.0: Pentagon Can’t Account for $6.5 Trillion Expenses

The 911 WTC false flag controlled nuclear demolition and its subsequent War of Terror occurred as a direct result of the unexplainable $2.3 trillion Pentagon budget in 2001, among other US geopolitical objectives in the Middle East.

A bigger amount is involved this time around, which means that a bigger War of Terror is necessary to distract the Americans and the whole world away from what the military industrial complex stooges and the industry itself are planning in the days ahead.

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