Robert Steele: On Petraeus, a Mossad Honey Trap, and More — This Is a Bye for Israel — Update 6

Robert Steele

Robert Steele

Sigh. I was not going to comment on David Patraeus gross dereliction of duty but several colleagues are totally pissed off and they are correct to be angry. Here are a mix of supposition and fact along with my conclusions on this sorry disgrace to the Republic. HOWEVER, I conclude this is not about Patraeus — many others should be indicted along with him and many others have committed high crimes and misdemeanors that exhonerate him in relative terms.

UPDATED to integrate specific observations from IDENS A-C.

Short URL: http://tinyurl.com/Patraeus-Mossad

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Mar 4

Berto Jongman: Open versus Closed Russia — Lite

Berto Jongman

Berto Jongman

Russia Under Putin and Beyond: The Annual Russia Lecture

Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Founder, Open Russia

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Mar 1

Owl: Assassination in Russia — False Flag? NeoCon Money & Russian FSB Renegades? WWIII?

Who?  Who?

Who? Who?

Good News and Bad News: WWW3 Will be a Short War

Alexey Navalny, a major opposition leader to Putin, was murdered in Russia, and likely he was a victim of a false flag planned and executed by Western neocons. As Wayne Madsen commented, “Neocons issue their demands for “regime change” in Russia, minutes after Boris Nemtsov is shot gangland-style near Kremlin. This is an obvious set-up like the Politkovskaya, Klebnikov, and Litvinenko murders to embarrass Putin’s government and comes days after release of a Stratfor report predicting the downfall of Putin and the splitting up of Russia into smaller states.

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Mar 1

Chuck Spinney: Balanced Assessment of Ukraine

Chuck Spinney

Chuck Spinney

Jonathan Steele reviews Richard Sakwa’s important new book, “Frontline Ukraine: Crisis in the Borderlands.”

Frontline Ukraine: Crisis in the Borderlands by Richard Sakwa review – an unrivalled account

At last, a balanced assessment of the Ukrainian conflict – the problems go far beyond Vladimir Putin

Jonathan Steele, Guardian, 19 February 2015 05.29 EST

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Feb 26