Posted onJuly 8, 2018bycarl|Comments Off on Intel Briefing: North Korea’s Recent Military and Diplomatic Activities
An extract of a live webcast available to subscribers of Jane’s Intelligence Centres. This briefing examines developments related to North Korea’s military modernization, missile and nuclear capabilities, as well as diplomatic posturing.
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Posted onJuly 6, 2018bycarl|Comments Off on Is A Syrian Gas Attack Just a ‘Fairytale’?
Renowned investigative reporter Seymour Hersch, best known for exposing the My Lai Massacre of 1968 and use of torture at an Iraqi prison, has released a new report examining President Donald Trump’s escalation of US involvement in the Syrian civil war. RT America’s Anya Parampil breaks down the bombshell report.
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Posted onJuly 5, 2018bycarl|Comments Off on Why Russia Did Not Put a Man on the Moon – The Secret Soviet Moon Rocket
Although the USA won the race to the moon, if you had been a betting person from the mid 1950’s to 1969’s, the chances are that you would have thought the Soviet Union had a very good chance of getting there first. So why didn’t Russia put a man on the moon? Check out this video from Curious Droid to find out.
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Posted onJuly 2, 2018bycarl|Comments Off on Why Does the US Have 800 Military Bases Around the World?
The US has about 800 military bases in other countries, according to David Vine in his forthcoming book Base Nation. And it costs a lot of money to keep them open. Why are they there in the first place? Watch and listen!
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Posted onJuly 1, 2018bycarl|Comments Off on From Spy to President: The Rise of Vladimir Putin
Putin’s intent on pushing back against the Western World Oder appears to have been the Russian plan and to some degree, has been working for them. Vladimir Putin has been ruling Russia since 1999. In that time he has shaped the country into an authoritarian and militaristic society. Putin’s fostering a most effect cyber hacker army to wreck havoc against the West and other World countries.
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Posted onJune 29, 2018bycarl|Comments Off on Is Putin a Puppet? Interview with Mikhail Khodorkovsky – BBC Newsnight
Mikhail Khodorkovsky tells Emily Maitlis the atmosphere has dramatically changed for all Russians living in London. In this interview he alleges that Russia’s President is surrounded by criminal gangs – who may now have more power than Putin himself.
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