23 24 Sep 2016 Russia calls on US to stop militarizing Northeast Asia Press TV While addressing the 71st session of the UN General Assembly, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has warned the US against the huge militarization of Northeast Asia, calling on Washington to stop using the threat of an alleged attack by North Korea “as a pretext” to deploy an advanced missile system in South Korea. War
24 24 Sep 2016 The War Against the Assad Regime Is Not a ‘Pipeline War’ / Gareth Porter, If it’s not a pipeline war, why is the US intervening in Syria? The US decision to support Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia in their ill-conceived plan to overthrow the Assad regime was primarily a function of the primordial interest of the US permanent war state in its regional alliances. The Pentagon, the CIA, the State Department and the Obama White House were all concerned, above all, with protecting the existing arrangements for the US military posture in the region. War
29 26 Sep 2016 New Cold War Spins Out of Control Global Research / Alastair Crooke U.S. enthusiasts for the New Cold War with Russia appear to be ignoring less-belligerent orders from President Obama and pushing for a dangerous escalation of tensions, reports ex-British diplomat Alastair Crooke. War
30 30 Sep 2016 Moscow ‘keeps in mind’ US readiness to use nukes, prepared for ‘countermeasures’ RT Russia has promised to take all necessary countermeasures to ensure its national security given recently-announced US plans to modernize its nuclear triad and hawkish statements on nuclear deterrence coming from Washington. War
32 03 Oct 2016 40 Million Russians To Take Part In "Nuclear Disaster" Drill, Days After US General Warns Of War With Moscow Zero Hedge / Tyler Durden As relations between Russia and the US disintegrate as a result of the escalating proxy war in Syria, which today culminated with Putin halting a Plutonium cleanup effort with the US, shortly before the US State Department announced it would end negotiations with Russia over Syria, tomorrow an unprecedented 40 million Russian citizens, as well as 200,000 specialists from "emergency rescue divisions" and 50,000 units of equipment are set to take part in a four day-long civil defense, emergency evacuation and disaster preparedness drill. War
41 03 Oct 2016 NATO’s War On Russia: The Winds Howl Before The Storm NEO / Christopher Black The recent bombing of the Syrian positions near Deir es-Zor on September 17th everyone knows was a deliberate attack. The more so since we now have Britain and Denmark stating their planes were involved, as well as American. For all four nations’ pilots to make the same mistake when such a joint operation would have to be finely tuned is beyond far-fetched. The Syrians now claim they have radio intercepts of Daesh and the Americans coordinating the attack. War
47 05 Oct 2016 Obama administration considering strikes on Assad regime, again Pittsburg-Post Gazette The CIA and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, represented in the Deputies Committee meeting by Vice Chairman Gen. Paul Selva, expressed support for such “kinetic” options, the official said. That marked an increase of support for striking Assad compared with the last time such options were considered. War
54 07 Oct 2016 CrossTalk: White Helmets, Really? RT / CrossTalk / Vanessa Beeley, Eva Bartlett, and Patrick Henningsen The White Helmets: a heartfelt humanitarian NGO or an elaborate and cynical western PR stunt promoting illegal regime change in Syria? Does the wearing of white helmets mean they are the good guys supporting a just cause? CrossTalking with Vanessa Beeley, Eva Bartlett, and Patrick Henningsen. War
55 06 Oct 2016 Why Everything You Hear About Aleppo Is Wrong Ron Paul Liberty Report / Vanessa Beeley What's really going on in Aleppo? Are Assad and Putin exterminating the population for sport? Is it a war against US-backed "moderates"? That is what the mainstream media would have us believe. We speak with Vanessa Beeley, a journalist who just returned from Aleppo for the real story.
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59 08 Oct 2016 U.S. Air Force Drops Dummy Nukes in Nevada Dessert Planet Free Will The U.S. Air Force dropped two dummy nukes in the Nevada desert earlier this month in what it called an effort to modernize and assess the performance of the U.S. nuclear stockpile. In collaboration with the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), the Air Force successfully tested two B61 nuclear bombs. Neither carried a live warhead. “ The B61 is a critical element of the U.S. nuclear triad and the extended deterrent,” Brig. Gen. Michael Lutton, NNSA’s Principal Assistant Deputy Administrator for Military Application, said in the statement. “The recent surveillance flight tests demonstrate NNSA’s commitment to ensure all weapon systems are safe, secure, and effective.” War
69 13 Oct 2016 Why Would Pentagon Pretend to Fly Russia’s Military Jets? NEO / Martin Berger The Internet has lately been filled with pictures of American military pilots rushing towards US warplanes closely resembling Russia’s Su-34, painted in a recognizable light blue paint scheme that has never been used in the US military, but is routinely used by the Russian Air Force. War
73 13 Oct 2016 The United States Gets Ready for Nuclear War Newsbud / Kurt Nimmo Are Russia and the United States on the verge of nuclear war? A recent test by the US in the Nevada desert pushes the envelope. In the third segment of The Geopolitical Report we examine tensions between the two nuclear giants and the possibility of an unimaginable outcome. War
77 15 Oct 2016 Russia Slams "Unprecedented, Insolent" US Cyber Threats, Vows Retaliation Zero Hedge / Tyler Durden In a striking report released on Friday night by NBC, the Obama administration was reportedly "contemplating an unprecedented cyber covert action", a "wide-ranging clandestine cyber operation designed to harass and "embarrass" the Kremlin leadership", in retaliation for alleged interference in the American presidential election, and has asked the CIA to draft plans for a "wide-ranging "clandestine" cyber operation designed to harass and "embarrass" the Kremlin leadership." War
87 19 Oct 2016 Weekend Events Confirm War between US and Russia Could Be Sooner than Later / Joachim Hagopian Barely noticed in a virtual media blackout in the West are at least a half-dozen high alert, significant international developments this last weekend that all strongly indicate the extreme danger of a nuclear war breaking out at any time against Russia and its Eastern alliance. War
88 19 Oct 2016 Russia Is Deploying The Largest Naval Force Since The Cold War For Syria: NATO Diplomat Zero Hedge / Tyler Durden Just moments ago we reported that in the latest escalation involving Syria, the Russian aircraft carrier Kuznetsov was now sailing past Norway on its way to Syria, where it is expected to arrive in just under 2 weeks. As part of the carrier naval group, Russia also deployed an escort of seven other Russian ships. War
89 20 Oct 2016 Lies, Mistakes, Wars and Fears Lew Rockwell / Michael S. Rozeff Can America end its participation in wars? It has been engaged in wars almost continuously from its inception. It was born out of war. War is a racket, but it’s also an ingrained American habit. War is embedded in the American economy and politics. It’s embedded in the American psyche and way of life. War is accepted, nay, welcomed in some dark corner of the hearts that deny it and affirm love of peace. If it isn’t one war, it’s another. War is virtually the poisonous breath of American life. If it isn’t a military war, then it’s some other war or crusade. War is regarded as something that will conquer fear. War
95 21 Oct 2016 Moscow summons Belgian ambassador, presents data on F-16s bombing of Syrian civilians RT Russia’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement that it has presented Alex Van Meeuwen, Belgium’s ambassador in Moscow, with evidence proving the involvement of Belgian Air Force jets in a recent airstrike on a Syrian village that killed four civilians. War
96 21 Oct 2016 Hackers Used New Weapons to Disrupt Major Websites Across U.S. New York Times / Nicole Perloth Major websites were inaccessible to people across wide swaths of the United States on Friday after a company that manages crucial parts of the internet’s infrastructure said it was under attack. Users reported sporadic problems reaching several websites, including Twitter, Netflix, Spotify, Airbnb, Reddit, Etsy, SoundCloud and The New York Times. War
97 18 Oct 2016 War between US and Russia Could Be Sooner than Later. “The Danger of a Nuclear War” Global Research / The current threat level to every human life on this planet even surpasses the October Cuban Missile Crisis of 54 years ago as the earth today is in more peril by manmade destruction than any previous time in human history. War
113 02 Nov 2016 Anthrax: The Forgotten Iraq War Lie / James Corbett The legacy of the Iraq war remains with us today. The middle east, including Iraq itself, remains in chaos, a direct result of the illegal invasion and occupation of that country. An invasion and occupation that was sold to the public on the back of brazen lies and outright fabrications. War
114 01 Nov 2016 Nuclear Winter: Turning a Blind Eye towards Armageddon. Scientists Warn of the Existential Danger of Nuclear War… Global Research / Steven Starr US Leaders Reject the Nuclear Winter Studies - According to sources cited by Greg Mello of the Los Alamos Study Group, the US Nuclear Weapons Council – the group that determines the size and composition of US nuclear weapons, as well as the policies for their use – has stated that “the predictions of nuclear winter were disproved years ago.” War
119 03 Nov 2016 This Is No ‘New Cold War’; It’s Far Worse Than That Strategic Culture / Eric Zuesse Here is the reason why we are currently even closer to a civilization-ending nuclear war than was the case during the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962... War
132 08 Nov 2016 NATO places 300,000 troops on high alert, ready to attack Russia over fictional “cyber attacks” and “propaganda” The Duran / Alex Christoforou With each passing day, the constant NATO activity is looking more and more like a preparation for full scale conflict with Russia. Something that would become a very real possibility should Hillary Clinton make it to the White House. Secretary General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg announced that NATO member nations are at this very moment putting hundreds of thousands of troops in a state of high alert, in an effort to deter the fantasy threat from Russia. War
165 20 Nov 2016 4,000 NATO troops take part in Lithuania’s largest exercise near Russia’s border RT Eleven NATO countries have sent 4,000 troops to Lithuania, the largest Baltic nation, to participate in this year’s Iron Sword exercises. The war games are meant to test the country’s ability to rapidly deploy a large number of troops. The exercise, which started on Sunday and is set to last till December 2, involves training at two separate sites in Lithuania. War
176 21 Nov 2016 Japanese Troops Deploy to South Sudan Risking First Overseas Conflict Since World War 2 Liberty Blitzkrieg / Michael Krieger Signs appear everywhere that the world is headed into another major conflict. From an unnecessary resurgence of a Cold War with Russia, to increased tensions in the South China Sea and complete chaos and destruction in the Middle East, the world is a gigantic tinderbox. All it will take to transform these already existing conflict zones into a major conflagration is another severe global economic downturn, something I fully expect to happen within the next 1-2 years. War
177 21 Nov 2016 Russia Deploys Nuclear Missiles In Retaliation To NATO "Threats" Zero Hedge / Tyler Durden While the detente between Russia and US president-elect Donald Trump could not have come at a more tense time, the Kremlin appears to be accelerating its head-on collision course with NATO, and as a highly placed defense official said on Monday, Moscow will deploy S-400 surface-to-air missiles and nuclear-capable Iskander systems in the exclave of Kaliningrad in retaliation for NATO deployment War
178 22 Nov 2016 NATO force on Russian border ‘not a threat in any way’ – State Department RT “NATO is a defensive alliance, it’s always been a defensive alliance, it will remain a defensive alliance,” State Department spokesman John Kirby told reporters on Tuesday. “There is no reason why Russia should view NATO in any way, shape or form as a threat.” War