The confession of the criminal John Kerry | Voltairenet

The war against Syria is the first to have been waged, for more than six years, in the digital era. A wealth of documents which should have remained secret for many years have already been published. Although they have been released in different countries, so that international public opinion is unaware of them, they already enable us to piece together the events concerned. The release of a recording of comments made in private by John Kerry last September reveals the policies of the Secretary of State and obliges all observers — including ourselves — to review our previous analyses.

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Al-Bab. 20.01.2017 | Colonel Cassad

However. despite heavy losses, the Turks continue to pull the ring around Kubyshina (a town West of al-Bab). Taking advantage of the superiority in forces they ousted the militants of the Caliphate in the city and gradually occupied the surrounding hills, offering the militants of two scenarios – defense in Kabiline being cut off from al-Bab or go to al-Bab, leaving the city without a fight, as it was in the case of Dabic.

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Deir ez-Zor.20.01.2017 | Colonel Cassad

Syrian sources say that the enemy continues to throw reinforcements to Deir-ez-Zor, hoping to build on this success. Key reinforcements coming from Iraq, where they are removed from the front in Anbar province, where the intensity of the fighting in recent days has decreased. The gunmen apparently planning to renew the attack on the air base to take advantage of their successes that will surely follow, once suffered losses, the troops will be replenished. As we should expect attacks from car bombs that will have to clear the way for advancing militants.

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US-Supported Syrian White Helmets Involved with War Crimes | Disobedient media

On May 5th, 2015, the Al-Qaeda affiliated group Jabhat al-Nusra committed an extrajudicial killing of a prisoner, which was filmed for propaganda purposes. In the video, members of the White Helmets are clearly seen present at the scene of the execution helping to remove the body. They did not appear to make any effort to prevent the killing. Al-Nusra’s decision to kill their prisoner was a clear violation of 75 U.N.T.S. 135 of the Geneva Convention on Treatment of Prisoners of War, and at worst an outright war crime were the victim a civilian.

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CIA Docs Reveal Obsession With UFOs, Magic | Antiwar.com

The CIA’s interest in magic got a lot bigger in short order, and within a few years they were bringing in television psychic Uri Geller, who famously used to bend spoons on TV with the power of his mind. Incredibly, the CIA was quickly convinced that Geller had real powers, and tried to move into remote viewing, the attempt to conduct surveillance on sites they don’t have access to via supernatural means.

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Expect More dangerous and unprecedented conflict After Trump Takes Office | Valdai

As a presidential candidate Donald Trump repudiated the most sacred principles of Atlanticism. Rejecting the expansive policies and idealist rhetoric of the post-Cold War era, he declared his intention to re-cast U.S.-Russia relations on the basis of cooperation in the war against terror, to abandon debilitating policies of regime change (“Our goal is stability, not chaos”), and to consider lifting sanctions in return for a nuclear arms reduction deal with Russia.

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China, the Great Game, and Globalism | ALEXANDER DUGIN

Trump is departing from classical geopolitics founded on the confrontation of Land and Sea. It is on this framework that rested the Great Game between Russia and Britain in the 19th century as well as essentially all geopolitics of the 20th century – from Mackinder to the Cold War up to the purely Atlanticist, unipolar globalization which the American administration has been pursuing up to the last minute.

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4th Political theory and Post-liberalism | ALEXANDER DUGIN

Here is what I propose to do. In order to escape this coded field of coded thinking, we need to deconstruct all of modernity. If we transcend the borders of modernity, we see a different society, a different notion of man, a different view of the world, a different notion of politics and the state. First of all, we finish the Cartesian subject and see something else. Let’s search for what there is in this other world.

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A Parting Shot at Personal Freedom | Nap

On Jan. 3, outgoing Attorney General Loretta Lynch secretly signed an order directing the National Security Agency – America’s 60,000-person-strong domestic spying apparatus – to make available raw spying data to all other federal intelligence agencies, which then can pass it on to their counterparts in foreign countries and in the 50 states upon request.

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GABBARD IN SYRIA | PBS

“As a member of the Armed Services and Foreign Affairs Committees, and as an individual committed to doing all she can to promote and work for peace, she felt it was important to meet with a number of individuals and groups including religious leaders, humanitarian workers, refugees and government and community leaders,” Latimer said in a statement.

She said she wouldn’t provide any additional details on the trip until Gabbard returns.

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