Mongoose: Kissinger Telcons — “Blind with Rage” over Israeli Behavior in 1975

MongooseThe Kissinger Telcons

President Gerald Ford was “offended” and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger “almost blind with rage” over Israeli negotiating behavior in 1975, according to newly released Kissinger telephone transcripts obtained through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit and posted today by the National Security Archive.

Phi Beta Iota: White House wants this broadcast.  We agree. Remember the USS Liberty.

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Aug 19

Owl: WWIII? Strong Signals Emergent UPDATE 3 Ukraine Death Wish?

Who? Who?

Who? Who?

This author has been pretty good over the many months I have been reading his site. He admits to not being able to confirm events. Combine this with China devaluing its currency, the vulnerability of the US to power black-outs, forest fires, water disasters such as the recent gold mine poisoning, and you have the perfect storm — to include WWIII as cover for a final Wall Street looting of the US economy. There are too many emerging signals suggesting that September onwards could be quite troubling for the USA.

Report: All Out War As Russia Prepares To Deploy 50,000 Troops To Ukraine: “Cities Burning, Hundreds Dead”

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Aug 19

Antechinus: US $500M to Train Syrian Rebels — Gone with Nothing to Show for It….

Antechinus

Antechinus

Syria, $500 Million to Train 60 Rebels.

The $500 million American project, announced over a year ago, to train and arm a new Syrian rebel army to bring the Islamic State to its knees and force a political settlement on the Syrian regime simultaneously has, to date, trained just 60 fighters. 

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Aug 19

Patrick L. Smith: US & NATO Restart Cold War + NATO RECAP

Patrick L. Smith

Patrick L. Smith

We restarted the Cold War: The real story about the NATO buildup that the New York Times won’t tell you

Our leaders and media push time-worn nonsense about American innocence, while taking aggressive moves. Look out

EXTRACT

As of this week, leaders who know nothing about leading, thinkers who do not think and opinion-shaping poseurs such as Tom Friedman are confident enough in their case to sally forth with it: The Cold War returns, the Russians have restarted it and we must do the right thing—the right thing being to bring NATO troops and materiel up to Russia’s borders, pandering to the paranoia of the former Soviet satellites as if they alone have access to some truth not available to the rest of us.

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Jun 28