CIA’s nine-year secret war had made Laos the most heavily bombed country in human history. During his visit to that country on Sept 6, US President Barack Obama talked to local students, people and officials about America’s moral obligation to help Laos heal…. Read More › sci tech news Continue reading US apologizes to Laos over cluster bombs, then sells them to pound Yemen
Islamic State and Saudi Arabia share the same intolerant Wahhabi ideology. Wahhabi-inspired extremism is dangerously changing the character of Asian states with large Muslim population like Indonesia. Realizing this threat and US-Saudi agenda for regime change, countries like China and India seem to… Read More › sci tech news Continue reading US-Saudi push for regime change arms terror groups, poses threat to Asia
America’s senseless pursuit of regime change has destroyed lives and ruined nations in the Middle East and Africa. Drawing lesson from what had happened to former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, countries blacklisted by Pentagon will now go nuclear like North… Read More ›
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The Mosul Dam near an Islamic State stronghold in Iraq faces a catastrophic risk as it stands on unstable ground where soft gypsum rock is constantly eroding. If a breach occurs as warned by a US report, over a million… Read More ›
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Although a change in name of the terrorist group Jabbat al Nusra to Jabbat Fatah al Sham signifies nothing, Beltway pundits are pushing for arming and legitimizing various al-Qaeda groups under such nicknames to overthrow the Syrian government. Since 2015, Idlib and parts of Aleppo… Read More ›
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Former defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld says Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of classified information while she was secretary of state is inexcusable and will have lasting consequences. In recent interviews with Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren and the Daily Mail, former defense secretary Donald… Read More ›
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Californians seem to be seeing a lot of meteor showers recently, or so they think. On November 7, 2015, they watched the US Navy’s nuclear-capable Trident II ballistic missile light up the sky in Los Angeles. On Wednesday July 27,… Read More ›
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US policy of supporting “moderate” jihadists and “legitimate” dictators by ignoring their war crimes and arming them and selectively overthrowing governments elsewhere seems to lend credence to President Duerte’s assertion that US “imported” terrorism to the Mideast — even if… Read More ›
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