A Tale of Two Poisonings – Shaping the Story to Fit the Agenda

Philip Giraldi writes:  Poisoning enemies has a long history with Augustus Caesar’s wife Livia allegedly a master of the art, as were the Borgias in Renaissance Italy. Lately there has been a resurgence in allegations regarding the use of poisons of various types by several governments. The claims are particularly damaging both morally and legally…

Syria Does Not Fear War with Israel

Elijah J Magnier Damascus air defence downed its first Israeli jet (F-16) ever, at a stroke changing the rules of engagement (ROE) with Israel and sending a clear message that it is ready for war and will no longer be silent on violations of its airspace. This clash has triggered the mobilisation of the Syrian…

SYRIA: Victory or the End of Humanity, Why Russia Got Involved ~ by, Andre Vltchek

Commemorating Russian martyrs fighting alongside SAA in Syria, defending Syrian sovereignty against NATO-member-financed terrorism.  Andre Vltchek in 2015 NEO Historically and intuitively, Russia has fought for the survival of humanity. Of course, things are not always pronounced or defined in such terms. However, already on several occasions, this enormous country has stood up against the…