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Why Russia & Belarus Are Not Irrational to Fear Another ‘Operation Barbarossa’
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Why Russia & Belarus Are Not Irrational to Fear Another ‘Operation Barbarossa’
January 21, 2021

The U.S. government’s plan to conquer Russia is based upon a belief in, and the fundamental plan to establish, “Nuclear Primacy” against Russia — an American ability to win a nuclear war against, and so conquer, Russia, Eric Zuesse writes.

America’s Decrepit Nuclear Industry Is Inviting Disaster
January 20, 2021

Running decrepit power plants way beyond their design capability is setting the U.S. up for a disaster on the scale of Chernobyl or Fukushima.

America’s Decrepit Nuclear Industry Is Inviting Disaster
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Gathering Against China
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Gathering Against China
December 15, 2020

The stage is being set for further confrontation with China, and Stoltenberg wants NATO to gear up to join the anti-China band.

Biden’s Iran Deal Faces Iran’s ‘Red Pill’
December 7, 2020

Does Biden’s Team ‘A’ believe that a limited strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities is realistic, without triggering wider war?

Biden’s Iran Deal Faces Iran’s ‘Red Pill’
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One Assassinated Iranian Scientist – Many Questions Raised
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One Assassinated Iranian Scientist – Many Questions Raised
December 2, 2020

No matter when bad things go down in Iran, the U.S. and Israel, rightly or not, are going to get blamed for occurrences like this and that is exactly what is happening.

Vultures, Wolves and Sharks Around Iran
December 1, 2020

The Tehran regime has blustered and uttered unrealisable threats, but it is absurd to imagine that it is menacing the sacred “Homeland”.

Vultures, Wolves and Sharks Around Iran
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Assassination Strengthens Iranian Hardliners; Weakens Chances of Renewed Nuclear Deal
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Assassination Strengthens Iranian Hardliners; Weakens Chances of Renewed Nuclear Deal
November 30, 2020

On Friday Iran’s top nuclear scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, was assassinated in the Iranian city of Absard outside of Tehran. First, a truck with explosives blew up near the car carrying Fakhrizadeh. Then, gunmen started firing on Fakhrizadeh’s car.

How War Became Absurd — Again
November 16, 2020

On any number of core issues—justice, equality, fairness, opportunity, rights, education, amending historical wrongs—Americans find plenty to talk about, but on war, near silence reigns.

How War Became Absurd — Again
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