By Valery Kulikov – New Eastern Outlook – 25.09.2021
According to the Syrian news agency SANA, on September 19, US Air Force helicopters transported two new groups of militants to their base in Al-Shaddadah in Al-Hasakah Governorate, northeastern Syria, for retraining. There were about 60 people in total who had previously fought in the ranks of the terrorist group ISIS.Washington’s Assembly Line for Retraining Soldiers in Syria Isn’t Stopping
(We urge you to circulate this to all those who oppose U.S. interventions, coups, contra forces and regime change operations)An Urgent Call for Nicaragua!
To save its falling ratings the Biden administration is not only moving to a more hawkish position on immigration and foreign policies. It is also removing officials who are not hawkish enough.
By Ramzy Baroud | MEMO | September 22, 2021
Scenes of thousands of Afghans flooding the Kabul international airport to flee the country as Taliban fighters were quickly consolidating their control over the capital, raised many questions, leading amongst them: who are these people and why are they running away?Who represents Afghanistan: Genuine activists vs ‘native informants’
While the jury is still out on who committed the attacks against U.S. officials, or even whether there were any attacks at all, directed energy weapons certainly do exist. Havana Syndrome might be science fiction, but directed energy weapons are very much science fact.Havana Syndrome, Directed Energy Weapons, and the New Cold War