Tag Archives: US military politics

USA | Bolton’s Eagerness to Attack Iran

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The Wall Street Journal reports on Bolton’s eagerness to attack Iran last year:

USA | Bases, Bases, Everywhere … Except in the Pentagon’s Report

by Nick Turse

The U.S. military is finally withdrawing (or not) from its base at al-Tanf. You know, the place that the Syrian government long claimed was a training ground for Islamic State (ISIS) fighters; the land corridor just inside Syria, near both the Iraqi and Jordanian borders, that Russia has called a terrorist hotbed (while floating the idea of jointly administering it with the United States); the location of a camp where hundreds of U.S. Marines joined Special Operations forces last year; an outpost that U.S. officials claimed was the key not only to defeating ISIS, but also, according to General Joseph Votel, the commander of U.S. forces in the Middle East, to countering “the malign activities that Iran and their various proxies and surrogates would like to pursue.” You know, that al-Tanf.

US to begin withdrawing forces from Syria: White House

The U.S. military has already begun withdrawing their troops from Syria, the White House spokesperson Sarah Sanders said in a statement on Tuesday.

“We have started returning United States troops home as we transition to the next phase of this campaign,” Sanders said.

USA | The U.S. Government’s Plan Is to Conquer Russia by a Surprise Invasion

from Eric Zuesse

The following combination of articles explains — and they link to conclusive evidence proving — that the United States Government is actually designing its nuclear forces now with the intention to win a nuclear war against Russia (World War III), and no longer (if they ever really were) adhering to the idea (“Mutually Assured Destruction”) that WW III would produce unacceptable catastrophe for both sides, and must therefore be prevented.

U.S. Offensive Aerospace Capabilities Directed against the Whole Planet: America’s MUOS Satellite Communications System in Sicily

By Manlio Dinucci

“The M5S (5 Star Movement) divided about the Sicilian maxi-radar”, headlined the Corriere della Sera, thereby spreading a maxi fake news – not about the directorate of the 5 Star Movement,  which, after having won an electoral consensus with the “No MUOS” in Sicily, is now backing off  – but about the very object of the dispute.