Israel launched major military drills preparing for war with Hezbollah, Syria and Iran on Monday. The exercises, Israel’s largest since “Chariots of Fire” in May 2022, aim to simulate a conflict which begins with fighting in the north and then spreads to other fronts, namely Iran.
5/26/23 Nick Turse on the Crimes of Henry Kissinger
Download Episode. Scott talks with journalist Nick Turse about a series of articles he wrote to mark Henry Kissinger’s 100th birthday. Scott and Turse reflect on all the destructive policies Kissinger helped enact during his long career in government and try to...
Gen. Mark Milley Says Ukraine Should Not Use American Equipment to Attack Russia
The top U.S. general reaffirmed that Kiev has long been asked not to use military equipment provided by Washington to conduct attacks against Russian territory, according to Reuters. This policy is necessary because such attacks could provoke a direct clash between...
5/25/23 Ken Silva on his Recent Interview with Andreas Strassmeir
Download Episode. Ken Silva joins Scott to talk about a recent three-hour interview he did with Andreas Strassmeir, a German national whose name has come up often in discussions of the Oklahoma City Bombing. Specifically, Silva was talking to Strassmeir about...
As Biden Eyes More War, South Yemen Intensifies Push for Secession
The UAE-backed National Assembly of the Southern Transitional Council (STC) called on its forces to secure a military takeover and annexation of the entirety of Yemen’s southern territory during a meeting on Monday, the Arab Weekly reported. The STC is intensifying its push for secession, seeking a partition corresponding with the borders of the former states of North Yemen and South Yemen, which existed prior to the country’s 1990 unification.
Washington Pushes Netanyahu to Shelve Judicial Overhaul in Bid for Saudi-Israeli Normalization
As the Joe Biden administration continues its hurried push to foster an unlikely normalization deal between Riyadh and Tel Aviv, the White House is suggesting Israel make some concessions to the Saudis in the hopes of achieving an agreement, Times of Israel reported on Tuesday.
Andreas Strassmeir Responds to TV Miniseries Depicting Him as OKC Terrorist
Andreas Carl Strassmeir is a Hebrew-speaking, ex-military German who lived in a Nazi-infested religious compound during the 1990s, had dealings with Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh and is rumored to have been involved in that attack—with some researchers going as...
US General: Israeli-Made Iron Dome System Ready For Deployment in Ukraine
One of two Israeli-manufactured Iron Dome batteries owned by the Pentagon is ready to be deployed to Ukraine, a US general told the Senate on Thursday. Tel Aviv has so far refused to supply the anti-missile system to Kiev, for fear of provoking Russia and risking its ability to freely bomb Moscow’s ally Syria.
Up to 4.5 Million Dead in ‘Post-9/11 War Zones’ – Study
The far-reaching effects of America’s War on Terror may have contributed to the deaths of some 4.5 million people, according to new research by Brown University’s ‘Costs of War’ project.
The Biden Crime Family and Our Corrupt Foreign Aid
I know Romanian corruption. When I was exiting the country after investigating its collapsing economy in 1987, I made sure to bribe every guard who searched my luggage at the Bucharest airport with a pack of Kent cigarettes. But I neglected to give a pack to the...
COI #420: Ukraine Already Planning for the ‘Next Counteroffensive’
On COI #420, Kyle Anzalone and Connor Freeman cover the UK’s plans to arm Ukraine with long-range missiles, Kiev’s demand for F-16s and other advanced weapons ahead of the “next counteroffensive,” Kiev’s claimed gains around Bakhmut, China’s efforts to broker peace in...
News Roundup 5/11/2023
Russia Ukrainian military officials on Wednesday claimed that their forces made some gains near the eastern Donbas city of Bakhmut, where Russian forces have been steadily advancing for months. AWC Ukraine’s foreign minister said the upcoming counteroffensive against...
After Deadly World Tour, NATO Turns Its Sights Toward China
NATO’s post-Cold War history is that of an organization far past its “sell-by” date. Desperate for a mission after the end of the Warsaw Pact, NATO in the late 1990s decided that it would become the muscle behind the militarization of “human rights” under the Clinton...
Jake Sullivan Reviewed ‘Significant Progress’ Toward Yemen Peace in Meeting with MBS
National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan met with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, also known as MBS, and reviewed “significant progress” toward peace in the war-torn country of Yemen, Al Jazeera reported on Monday.
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