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Can the US Credibly Condemn Russian Attacks on Civilians?

As someone who has written about multiple wars the US has engaged in, I’d have to say the US has no moral authority to condemn another nation on civilian casualties. I don’t think there is another nation on this planet, in our more ‘modern times’ that has killed more civilians than the US. That’s just […]

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Mathew Ehret: Freedom Convoy & Trudeau’s Power Grab

Hattip: Tim Kelly @ Our Interesting Times Perhaps the Canadians here may be the only ones interested? But, if you want to understand Justin Trudeau’s roots and how US/Canadian histories align… my American friends may find this interview enlightening. The interview does require a 2 hour commitment (2 hours, 5 minutes to be exact)

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Turkey, Syria, Iran & The Adana Agreement

I’d made mention of the Adana Agreement in a previous post. December 2016 the report below was featured at my prior digs. Nearly 5 years ago.. It was followed up with an additional two reports. My how time flies?!?!?!? Adana was mentioned in the report from the other day: Birth Pangs: Israel,Syria, Russia, Usrael Kurds […]