Category: THE PENTAGON-MEDIA COMPLEX

Russia’s Calm, But Firm, Response to the US Shooting Down a Syrian Fighter Jet

The Syrian government says its plane was bombing ISIL forces. (This could be perceived as an unequivocally good act, ISIL being what it is.) But the U.S. says the plane was bombing its proxies, who are themselves battling ISIL aroundREAD ON

Russia’s Not Joking Around: US Reshuffles Forces After Pentagon Expresses Concern for ‘Aircrew Safety’ in Syria

Russia has suspended the deconfliction line before—but there’s excellent reasons to assume Moscow isn’t in a very forgiving mood at the present moment. Recall that Russia was warned beforehand about April’s Tomahawk missile strike—allowing Russian and Syrian forces to prepare accordingly.READ ON

The U.S.-Jihadist Alliance

  Though there is a ceaseless song-and-dance by the U.S. government pretending to oppose Al Qaeda and the many other jihadist groups that are trained and sometimes also led by Al Qaeda, and though Barack Obama in his first PresidentialREAD ON

Irrefutable Proof: Russian Election Meddling Documented!

The current brouhaha is utterly trivial compared to the extreme, direct interference by US government-connected campaign professionals in the election that solidified oligarchy in the former Soviet Union.* Ahoy, out there in the United States of Amnesia… Does anyone rememberREAD ON

Puitn and Xi

BREAKING: Personal message from Xi Jinping to Vladimir Putin: our friendship is unbreakable

Alexander Mercouris, Senior Editor, The Duran     Appendix Why contributing to the Greanville Post is urgent and makes sense. DISCLAIMER What will it take to bring America to live according to its own self image? Share This:

Assessing Russia’s military strength

  By ANDREI MARTYNOV, THE DURAN Is America Seeking “Preventive War” to Forestall the Rise of Russian Power? This article was originally published by www.unz.com COVER IMAGE: The SU-35 in flight. Beautiful and powerful. Innovative in every way possible, typical of RussianREAD ON

The Dogs of War on a Leash? In South Korea, War Hysteria Is Seen as an American Problem

Reporting from Korea for The Nation, Tim Shorrock files a journalistic gem that educates and informs about a vital issue (literally) most Americans know next to nil.  Reproduced in toto in the service of world peace. We are of course indebted toREAD ON