ESCALATION: US assumes naval attack posture

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Commentary by George Ades

This is the situation in the eastern Mediterranean at the moment with both the fleets of Russia and NATO having assumed battle positions in view of the threats launched by Washington, that they are “ready to strike Damascus and the Presidential palace, irrespective of the presence of Russian personnel” and with Moscow responding that they will strike the positions any missiles are launched from.

It looks like I have a front row seat to anything that might come out of those threats, considering that the #1 US lapdog, the U.K., has military bases on our Island that are unlikely to be ignored if the brown stuff hits the fan.

A quick scan of the continents, revealed that the US has a very active political involvement in all. They consist of US vassal states, lapdogs, members of America’s military tool NATO, countries that were “regime changed” by the US, occupied by the US, being ran by the US from their embassies, “balkanised” by the US, invaded and destroyed by the US, threatened by the US or sanctioned by the US.

There were a few minor, insignificant islands somewhere in the Pacific the US has not shown much interest in, but I don’t know enough to write about them and in any case, many would not have heard of them before.

As for Russia, I write about it as it seems to be the only country that offers a glimmer of hope as a counterweight and obstacle to the unipolar world the US wants.

So, if I wish to continue expressing political views, the US and Russia will be the focal point.

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TiredOfBsToo
TiredOfBsToo
3 years ago

The question is, are the missing-link knuckle-draggers dumb enough to start ww3? I think they are, and if they do, all of those sold out iodine tablets in the US will be for nought.

Nightcrawler136
Nightcrawler136
Reply to  TiredOfBsToo
3 years ago

I don’t think Trump would escalate the conflict to a nuclear war, his ego wants a legacy not a waste land!

TiredOfBsToo
TiredOfBsToo
Reply to  Nightcrawler136
3 years ago

This might be true of Trump, but what about the Deep State which controls his actions?

Nightcrawler136
Nightcrawler136
Reply to  TiredOfBsToo
3 years ago

The ones that think they can win a nuclear war are a worry, but the buck does stop with Trump.

Elin Ohlsson
Elin Ohlsson
Reply to  Nightcrawler136
3 years ago

From my point of view it┬┤s not very likley US will go ahead and strike Syria again. If they do, this time their strike groups will be hit and destroyed before the first Tomahawk reach Syria.
If, that happen, it will be a real bitch slap in their face and mark an end to US dominance. I dont think US are willing to risk such an humiliation. Maybe UK are cause they are stupid enough and still think they rule the world.

Elin Ohlsson
Elin Ohlsson
Reply to  Elin Ohlsson
3 years ago

If it happen, i think Russia will respond with tactical nukes. Romania will take a hit and Russias nukes will be put on alert. France, Germany and UK will pee in their pants. Now we are talking.

Ser Korz
Ser Korz
Reply to  Elin Ohlsson
3 years ago

Now we are talking Armageddon?

bsamsin
bsamsin
Reply to  Ser Korz
3 years ago

let’s put a positive spin on that possibility 🙂
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frAEmhqdLFs

Ser Korz
Ser Korz
Reply to  bsamsin
3 years ago

Not positive enough:
?{13:19}” For [in] those days shall be Ôÿø affliction ÔêÜ, such as was not from the beginning …………………………………………..”.
{13:20}” AndÔêÜ except ÔêÜ? that the Lord had shortened those days, no flesh should be saved ÔêÜ:”
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{21:24}” And the nations of them which are saved ÔêÜ shall walk in the light of it:”
“…the tree of life, which bare twelve [manner] of fruits, [and] yielded her fruit every month: and the leaves of the tree [were] for the healing ÔêÜ of the ÔÜ£´©Ånations.”

“{21:1}”And I saw a new heaven and a new earth: for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away;”

“And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.”

{21:5} “And he that sat upon the throne said, Behold, I make all things new.”:
King James Bible – Book of Revelation Page 701
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Vlad A
Vlad A
Reply to  Elin Ohlsson
3 years ago

I’m perfectly ready to take a hit if it means the annihilation of Russian civilization afterwards, as a member of Romanian infantry. Do you think Westerners will just hand over world order to you on a platter ? Keep dreaming

Nexusfast123
Nexusfast123
Reply to  Vlad A
3 years ago

One of the world’s dullards.

Franz Kafka
Franz Kafka
Reply to  Vlad A
3 years ago

You are insane. You should off yourself.

Jasonovich
Jasonovich
Reply to  Vlad A
3 years ago

And keep wiping the car windscreens for 50 cents.

vladBEL
vladBEL
Reply to  Elin Ohlsson
3 years ago

US would not wait for hurricane Florence to end if they accepted WW3 scenario.

Le Ruscino
Le Ruscino
Reply to  Elin Ohlsson
3 years ago

Spot on

7.62x54r
7.62x54r
Reply to  Elin Ohlsson
3 years ago

I tend to agree that the US neocons will not be allowed to risk losing a ship to a Russian counterstrike, but they will try to drive Russia out of the UN as a result of being denied. The Brits are just hapless vassals of the US Empire and have too few military resources to risk for any reason.

Catalpa
Catalpa
Reply to  7.62x54r
3 years ago

Elin I think it’s the other way round. The US is controlled by City of London Rothschilds through Wall Street and the Federal Reserve. Kissinger, Bush and other murdering pondlife slime were knighted by Queen Lizzie as Knights of the Garter. Of course Lizzie’s boss sits in the Vatican and lords it over the whole world. Rothschilds are managers of the Vatican Treasury and are the Haufjuden of the murdering Jesuits.

James
James
Reply to  Catalpa
3 years ago

And ultimately by the black pope jesuits

Annoyingfurrything
Annoyingfurrything
Reply to  Catalpa
3 years ago

Absolutely correct. Henry I lost the English Crown and had to lay it at the feet of the Pope. The Vatican in turn leased it back to him. Jewish bankers have in turn owned the Vatican for many centuries.

Nightcrawler136
Nightcrawler136
Reply to  Elin Ohlsson
3 years ago

I hope you’re right and as a citizen of the UK I can assure you our Armed Forces have been decimated by austery so we can’t act without the US!

Nexusfast123
Nexusfast123
Reply to  Nightcrawler136
3 years ago

What armed forces?

TiredOfBsToo
TiredOfBsToo
Reply to  Elin Ohlsson
3 years ago

You raise an interesting scenario and, if it played out as you state, I would agree. However, I’ve noticed a change in strength of argument from the Russian side from when they first announced they would hit the missiles and launchers to one of warning that it would be a violation of International law. Now my view……

I believe that the missing-link knuckle-draggers who control the US including it’s military, will indeed strike Syrian territory for a couple of reasons: 1) They’ve hit Russia’s interests on several occasions with but a verbal protest from Russia, therefore they think, scratch that… they don’t think, they believe Russia is weak and will acquiesce. 2) They have stated that in a war with Russia and China, they would win with acceptable losses, albeit it might take a little longer than usual and there would be acceptable losses. The unknown here is what will Russia really do this time around. An electronic warfare helicopter has been sighted in Syria therefore I believe the Russians will first seek to weaken or remove the threat through electronic warfare, attempting to avoid a full scale war if possible. After that, we’re in unknown territory. Russia has put a lot of effort into fighting terrorism in Syria, Russians have died in the effort, Russia has stated they will hit the missiles and launchers and they have shown to the world the new weapons they possess as a warning.

Conclusion, both powers stand to lose face in the event the knuckle-draggers launch. Russia, if they don’t forcefully respond, the US, if Russia keeps it’s word. The thinking in the ‘west’ is that if you are bullied by them and don’t physically fight back, you are weak and therefore they are emboldened to step up the bullying. Russians on the other hand, don’t want war, will do whatever they can to avoid it and believe that that is a sign not only of strength, but intelligence. However, if they are forced to fight, whoever attacks them will know what it really is to fight an adversary and not an unarmed defenseless country. The only thing I can state is time will tell and hope for the best.

bonami
bonami
Reply to  TiredOfBsToo
3 years ago

I think the US Pentagon is of two minds and they are at loggerheads, one side wants to attack Russia as they reason, yes they have new weapons so the time to attack is immediately when they have the fewest of them and besides they never retaliate.
The other side reasons we would be fools to take them on, our best way to deal with them is to surround them, unite with China and bleed them to death with sanctions.
I think group A will win out, and Russia will respond by destroying any inSyria sites and by frying the electronics of everything else. That’s if we are lucky. If they sink carriers, we are in WW3

TiredOfBsToo
TiredOfBsToo
Reply to  bonami
3 years ago

I too am leaning towards the knuckle-draggers launching an attack on Syria. In that event, Russia will definitely respond, the only question is what that response will be. If they didn’t, the knuckle-draggers would be emboldened for further attacks on not just Russian allies, but Russia itself.

Tommy Jensen
Tommy Jensen
Reply to  Elin Ohlsson
3 years ago

Rule Britania, Rule the waves.

Tim Webb
Tim Webb
Reply to  Tommy Jensen
3 years ago

Britain has devolved to waiving the rules, as we have been seeing recently.

Ser Korz
Ser Korz
Reply to  Tommy Jensen
3 years ago

U.S. today Rules the waves, Britain Rules the City of London;
& Russia does not care; Let them rule, no big deal; Just do not bother Russ (ðáÐ╣╠üÐüÐî (Rus’ of Moscow)).

Bessarabyn
Bessarabyn
Reply to  Tommy Jensen
3 years ago

… rule as slaves.

Natural_Texan
Natural_Texan
Reply to  Elin Ohlsson
3 years ago

You make a good point the US Exceptionalist view and propaganda couldn’t tolerate even one ship going down or one bomber crashing.. it’s a deterrent to reasoning people.

On the other hand there’s no guarantee news of any such losses reaching the American people such is the grip of the State on the news.. and those in charge have not displayed a knack for reason.

Le Ruscino
Le Ruscino
Reply to  Nightcrawler136
3 years ago

Trump is just a puppet !

Larchmonter445
Larchmonter445
Reply to  Le Ruscino
3 years ago

All Presidents are puppets. The last stand alone President was Ike and he had the CIA and State Dept. getting into horrific mischief for his 8 years. That’s why he warned of the MIC+Congress (edited out of his warning Farewell Speech). It was corrupt then and 58 years later far worse now.

TiredOfBsToo
TiredOfBsToo
Reply to  Nightcrawler136
3 years ago

Respectfully, the buck hasn’t stopped with any President since JFK was assassinated for daring to stand up to the Deep State, firing the CIA”s head, Allen Dulles, who then was instrumental in disposing of a President who thought he had the power of the office which he inhabited.

Nightcrawler136
Nightcrawler136
Reply to  TiredOfBsToo
3 years ago

True! As I’m not American I only know the theory of how the US is meant to work.

TiredOfBsToo
TiredOfBsToo
Reply to  Nightcrawler136
3 years ago

“..US is meant to work.”
Would be nice if it did too. For me, it’s been a nightmare to discover what the country I was born into has done to the world around it. I look at the life of people like John Adams, the second President of the US and the one instrumental in pushing for Independence, read how difficult it was for those colonists in fighting for their freedom and then how successive generations discarded the ideals and the country became what it is today. I’m sure if he could have foreseen what would become of his dreams for the future, he and the rest of the Founders would’ve passed on a revolution.

If you’ve got the time, and want to get a good feel of the character that ran the CIA from ’53 on and how it operated then (I’m sure they’re still operating similarly though by now, they’ve added some new techniques), check out “The Devil’s Chessboard” by David Talbot. This character Dulles, when he was young, just stood by and watched his younger sister being carried off after she fell into the water. If it wasn’t for the mother hearing the cries of the girl, she would have drowned. This guy lacked empathy, a common trait among psychopaths, along with the absence of morals of any kind and was really a picture of a psychopath’s sychopath.

James
James
Reply to  TiredOfBsToo
3 years ago

Lincoln replaced the lawful American government with a de facto private government and was eliminated by JesuitÔÇÖs.

Tom Tom
Tom Tom
Reply to  Nightcrawler136
3 years ago

the position of U.S. President is nothing but a puppet, just like all before, Bush/Bubba/Bush/Obomber/Donald.

Yugoslaw
Yugoslaw
Reply to  Nightcrawler136
3 years ago

He is not relevant. Not in charge. After JFK, no presidente. Capisci?

Ed Mover
Ed Mover
Reply to  Nightcrawler136
3 years ago

Trump does NOT run your country of transgendered war criminal perverts. The CIA does.

Nexusfast123
Nexusfast123
Reply to  Nightcrawler136
3 years ago

How is the dullard Trump going to do that. Wars never go to plan. If it starts it is liable to escalate rapidly. Remember the NATO idiots have troops on Russia’s border. Russia will not tolerate any attacks on its territory,

Jeff Z
Jeff Z
Reply to  Nightcrawler136
3 years ago

He’ll do what he’s told or his legacy will be a profile on a half dollar…..like the last one that disobeyed the neonuts.

Ed Mover
Ed Mover
Reply to  TiredOfBsToo
3 years ago

“The question is, are the missing-link knuckle-draggers dumb enough to start ww3?”

If by “missing-link knuckle-draggers” you mean the Americunt Sheeple then I’d have to say YES! I bet your nation of transgendered halfwits & perverts DOES indeed believe that it can “win” a thermonuclear war.

Because THAT’S what MORONS do!

TiredOfBsToo
TiredOfBsToo
Reply to  Ed Mover
3 years ago

“..you mean the Americunt Sheeple”

No, I mean the US Deep State, you may have heard of them. Do they believe they can win a nuclear war? Yes. As for the rest of your statement, American people aren’t any different than people anywhere else on the planet when told the truth and not propagandized from cradle to grave. You may also have noticed that if you observe the actions of the EU countries, they have the same issues. So if you want to start throwing dumb and stupid arguments around, make sure you include the EU’s populations in there as well. Oh and on another note, you may have heard, maybe even studied in school, that controlling the media 24/7 is very effective at controlling what people think. That is why real world news blackouts are being practiced not only in the US, but the EU as well.

daveycrockett
daveycrockett
Reply to  TiredOfBsToo
3 years ago

I suspect the U.S. will lose it’s fleet in the Black Sea should they start anything in the Mediterranean. It will be a wipe out, setting the stage for things to go south fast.

TiredOfBsToo
TiredOfBsToo
Reply to  daveycrockett
3 years ago

True.

ICFubar
ICFubar
3 years ago

What good is an escalating threat level under brinkmanship without increasing military assets being thrown into the equation? After a new threat and level are reached the effect is then studied to see if the opposition’s reaction is a buckling of their resolve under the new pressure and whether further well planned actions can be taken to instigate the slow collapse of the opposition’s position. There are a series of gentlemen’s agreements that are reached and then broken by the aggressor under brinkmanship. If there is declining push back by those attacked then the aggressor can continue to up the ante incrementally and just as in a game of poker drive those weaker players or those holding a weak hand from the table. At some point the weaker players realize they must go ‘all in’ or submit to the fact that this round has been lost. Psychological effects greatly manifest in this decision making. The ante has been upped and the push back is a restatement that a overt attack will be met with a counter strike. However, few counter strikes have been given so far with defensive measures being taken instead. So who is slowly bending the resolve of the other in this general stalemate under brinkmanship is only known to those sitting at the table. The rest of us are merely onlookers trying to decipher what is going on by the little we see on the surface while most of this game is taking place on levels we cannot see. I wish the anti-imperialist good luck in this endeavour.

Larchmonter445
Larchmonter445
3 years ago

What this attack would be is a test of the Swarm of Drones + Cruise Missiles.
The NATO forces+Coalition will fire 300-500 missiles at Damascus-Syrian AF if it launches.
They want to see the S-400s and EW in full use, and the network integration with Syrian S-300 and all the Pantsir-S’s.

Then, of course, they will measure the Russian counter-attack.

Will this happen with Trump’s approval?

He wants to cut Defense Spending in coming budgets. He knows a Recession is two-three years and if he can’t cut deficits he will be blamed.

So, he doesn’t want this. But it is all he’s being briefed on. They keep selling him the chemical weapons story.

The question is will anyone show him the proof his moderate rebels are really al Nusra, ISIS, AQ and all radical terrorists?

The Pentagon thinks it can defeat Russia in Syria. It certainly has the overwhelming quantity and plenty of willing vassals and cannon fodder.

However, strategically, this is all about Iran’s threat to Israel. And for that, Trump is all in.

The report from US AF General in Israel that he IDF will have command and control of US troops and assets in case of a war, that tells us all we need to know.

Israel will create a false flag to ignite a war. It has no hope of beating Hezbollah in Lebanon and knows the Syrians will come for the Golan Heights in a war that will be another humiliation for Tel Aviv.

So keep one eye on Israel. And watch for the chemical attack excuse for another Trump-sanctioned strike (this time very large). Either will create the war in ME that costs Russian assets and lives and American assets and lives. And then, who knows what?

metamars
Reply to  Larchmonter445
3 years ago

Why do you take this story seriously. Not a sinlge source is cited…..

Larchmonter445
Larchmonter445
Reply to  metamars
3 years ago

Russian General Staff, two warnings to US Centcom and General Staff.
Well documented.

Movement tracked on Satellite of the US fleet.

So those are hard facts.

What do you have that negates those?

metamars
Reply to  Larchmonter445
3 years ago

I’m referring specifically to the claim of the US “assuming naval attack posture”. Where is the evidence for that?
Russia has warned against a false flag attack that might kill their people. But where have they said “and we are putting our navy in a naval attack posture”?? Where is this documentation of which you speak? For that matter, where is the documentation that the Americans have put their fleet in a “naval attack posture”?

Larchmonter445
Larchmonter445
Reply to  metamars
3 years ago

Do you know how the order of battle for US naval forces is created?

Several days ago, this went viral.comment image

This comment was sent to me from a military friend who understands these matters:

“Lots of missile launchers and one major flat top.

I count 9 destroyers, real light cruisers, 2 destroyers Ticonderoga class, one flat top and one nuke sub. That’s a lot of firepower concentrated in a small area and this list does not include what is bobbing around in the Red Sea.”

Combined with the movement the prior days of Russian Black Sea Fleet missile ships to East Med.

metamars
Reply to  Larchmonter445
3 years ago

No, I do not know how “the order of battle for US naval forces is created”. Is this even in the public domain?

If your graphic represents the “order of battle” for the US fleet in the Mediterranean in the recent past, should we not have similar graphic from a month or two ago, to compare with?

Similar considerations would apply to the Russian fleet.

what you see is a fraud
what you see is a fraud
Reply to  Larchmonter445
3 years ago

All of this trouble would not be happening if somebody nuked once for all Israel . Non more Isis fighting in Syria and Irak , non more AIPAC , no more vassals in the EU that obey the criminal Soros.

Larchmonter445
Larchmonter445
Reply to  what you see is a fraud
3 years ago

Russia has virtually grounded large swaths of Israeli and US air power. Wherever the S-400 and Pantsir-S missile defenses are installed and cover, there is a No FLY Zone and very limited potential for Drones and Missiles.

Two we know of in Syria, covering from Med to the Euphrates in East Syria.
Turkey will have their S-400 in less than 2 years.

Also, the Russian EW on ships is powerful.

They just added Helicopters with EW that is another umbrella against Israeli air power.

The reality for Bibi and the IDF is they are losing their strategic edge. Thus, the manic push for war before they won’t be able to take a sh*t without Russian permission.

No need to nuke millions of people. Don’t forget, there are 1 million Russian Jews in Israel, highly educated, valuable citizens from RF who Putin wants them (the best of them) to return. This is who built Israel into a Tech powerhouse since 1991.

Melotte 22
Melotte 22
Reply to  Larchmonter445
3 years ago

“No need to nuke millions of people. Don’t forget, there are 1 million Russian Jews in Israel, highly educated, valuable citizens from RF who Putin wants them (the best of them) to return. This is who built Israel into a Tech powerhouse since 1991.”

I don’t agree with you on this. I believe it is better for them to stay where they are. Israel is what they want, not Russia, otherwise they would stay in Russia. I don’t trust those people. I doubt they have best wishes for Russia in their hearts.

James
James
Reply to  what you see is a fraud
3 years ago

And Rome and the city of London, a trifecta closely followed by DC to eliminate the secular trinity and israel

Umberto Indicci
Umberto Indicci
3 years ago

Polar War escalation demanded by golem America for its (((master))) depends upon faulty reaction to book moves. So far, Russia has avoided blunders.

Panos Skouras
Panos Skouras
3 years ago

If something happens it will be between Israel and Iran.
Russia and US are already talk about that and Russia is ready to dumb Iran if it takes some good exchange. No nukes no WW3 everything is settled.

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3 years ago

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Tommy Prince
Tommy Prince
3 years ago

If this particular cock-up were to go like all the other cock-ups of the past, then we should assume that both sides are being setup by a third party.

Carlos Guttendorf Cipriano
Carlos Guttendorf Cipriano
Reply to  Tommy Prince
3 years ago

Israel!

Tommy Jensen
Tommy Jensen
Reply to  Tommy Prince
3 years ago

Que bueno if USA and Russia slaughter each other? China and Israel.

It fits with Rothschild┬┤s, JP Morgan┬┤s and Goldmann Sachs┬┤s shift from bloodsucked USA to the fat lamb China.

Roger
Roger
3 years ago

More then 15% of Russia just voting for the Communist party is more then troubling. Imagine what it would be If Stalin had only butchered 20 million.

Dude
Dude
Reply to  Roger
3 years ago

Still posting that BS or that he supposedly killed 60 million not including the 27 million Russian that died in WW2, yeah sure and then with that kind of Human loss they where still able to be a super power in the post war era. There is a reason why 15% voted Communist, its because Russians know their history far more then some deluded and idiotic libertarian alt-right American scumbag like yourself.

Hey Yank the rest of the world doesn’t care for your idiotic constitution myth,pilgrims, pioneers, cowboys,Horatio Alger crap, librtarianism, capitalism, life all about yourself nonsense. Keep you sick culture to yourself Roger boy, if the Russians want a more group oriented of collectivized society, then so be its that is the sovereign right of ever 200+ nations in the world to pursue. You sick Anglo American psychopath.

Nosferatu
Nosferatu
Reply to  Roger
3 years ago

Where did you get the numbers on Stalins dead victims? Hollywood movies?

VeeNarian (Yerevan)
VeeNarian (Yerevan)
3 years ago

And all because….the US/EU/NATO/GCC gang are ADDICTED to regime change and using Al-Queda, Al-Nusra and IS as the tools to that end.
These ADDICTS will risk war and even launch the tomahawks again. Russia did NOT get the message through last year.
Will Russia have to sink a carrier to provide “cold turkey” to the US/EU/NATO regime change ADDICTS?

LeseMajeste
LeseMajeste
3 years ago

I’m an American, yet I’m cheering for Russia. Trump is just another banker pawn who will do as he’s told.
Translation: Trump is Hillary in drag, an Obama in white-face. If the bankers think they are losing control of their debt-based fiat currency scheme, they will do ANYTHING to keep that from happening.

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Sultan Mahmood
Sultan Mahmood
3 years ago

Anglo-Zionists agenda with help from deep state vessels working surreptitiously in western countries to replace Pax-American with Pax_Judaica for decades if not whole century cannot fail in creating situation of geopolitical fog where nukes will be launched under intense miscalculated belief of survival resulting in destruction of major cities in West/Nato and Russia.

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Ed Mover
Ed Mover
3 years ago

I don’t mind dying in a thermonuclear war just as long as I know that 340 MILLION degenerate Amerikan war criminal perverts ARE COMING ALONG WITH ME FOR THE RIDE!

Catch-22
Catch-22
3 years ago

MEXICAN STAND OFF – FOR NOW… THEN AGAIN ONE MISTAKE AND ITS ON

musimann
musimann
3 years ago

Doesn’t look good…….for the US. Trump is obsessed with proving what a great leader he is. He’s not too bright or even politically intelligent. It would be a bad day for the US if he attacks Syria.

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Nexusfast123
Nexusfast123
3 years ago

Given the way they wet their panties in Hawaii when they though they were under attack the US nation will turn into gibbering wreck.

antarcticus
antarcticus
3 years ago

ÔÇ£ready to strike Damascus and the Presidential palace, irrespective of the presence of Russian personnelÔÇØ – no real source on this fake quote.

John C Durham
John C Durham
3 years ago

“…the #1 US lapdog, the U.K….”? Actually, it’s the other way ’round. Been so except for the 50 years after Lincoln when he spread Baldwin Locomotive systems from Russia, German (to Persia), Mexico, S. America and killed the British Empire.
Since that time, they have been riding us and staying inside the “City of London”, getting us to do what they want.
Israel is a Creature of the UK. Our CIA/NSA is a creature of MI5-6 (Churchhill screws Truman).

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Kalle Sändare
Kalle Sändare
3 years ago

Its all an advanced charade, there will be no war between the US and Russia. no they are just keeping some people on their toes…and the idiots guessing.

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