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Iranian Warships Round the Horn

| June 5, 2021 | 18 Comments
Iranian Warships Round the Horn

IRIS Sahand Two Iranian Navy ships, the frigate Sahand and Makran, a former oil tanker that was converted to a floating forward staging base, have rounded the Cape of Good Hope and entered the Atlantic. National security officials tracking the ships do not know the ships’ final destination, but believe they are bound for Venezuela. […]

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Iran- Unexplained Uranium Traces Found

| June 1, 2021 | 27 Comments
Iran- Unexplained Uranium Traces Found

Iran President Hassan Rouhani The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) proved the blind chipmunk theory* Monday by announcing uranium traces have been found at several undeclared Iranian sites. “After many months, Iran has not provided the necessary explanation for the presence of the nuclear material particles at any of the three locations where the Agency […]

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Scotch Whiskey about to get 25% cheaper

| March 7, 2021 | 34 Comments
Scotch Whiskey about to get 25% cheaper

The KoB sends word that Scotch (among a couple other products coming out of Britain) are going to get cheaper, for at least a little while. Fox Business reports; A new deal negotiated between the United States and Britain will see a temporary suspension in tariffs placed on certain goods. These items included Scotch and […]

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Japanese sub damaged in collision

| February 11, 2021 | 9 Comments
Japanese sub damaged in collision

JS Shoryu In an accident reminiscent of the USS Greenville incident, the Japanese Submarine Shoryu collided with the bulk carrier Ocean Artemis while surfacing. The accident occurred in Japanese home waters near the island of  Shikoku. Although damaged and with injured crew, fortunately there was no loss of life on board either vessle. Poetrooper sends. […]

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U.S. CENTCOM Shift to Arab-Israeli Cooperation

| January 16, 2021 | 14 Comments
U.S. CENTCOM Shift to Arab-Israeli Cooperation

Marine Corps Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, the commander of U.S. Central Command, center, will have to figure out how to fold Israel into his mix. (Staff Sgt. Alexandria Brun/Air Force) In a last-minute reorganization of the American defense structure in the Middle East, President Trump has ordered that the U.S. Central Command oversight be expanded to […]

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Russia’s Federal Security Service Agent Admits Murder Plot

| December 21, 2020 | 15 Comments
Russia’s Federal Security Service Agent Admits Murder Plot

Remember Alexei Anatolievich Navalny? He’s the Russian opposition activist who ran afoul of Vlad and his charming crew, and would up hospitalized from the effects of a nasty nerve agent, Novichok. He’s lucky to be alive. Assassination attempts like this don’t go unnoticed, and there’s more than sufficient means, motive, and opportunity to point fingers. […]

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Swalwell Sleeps With The Enemy

| December 9, 2020 | 37 Comments
Swalwell Sleeps With The Enemy

It’s Trumps fault, of course. Swalwell Suggests Trump Admin Leaked Chinese Spy Story — ‘They Are Not Going to Silence Me’ Authored by: TRENT BAKER Wednesday on “CNN Newsroom,” Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) reacted to the bombshell Axios report that claimed a Chinese spy named Fang Fang had relationships with powerful Democratic Party figures, including […]

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US Army identifies 5 Americans killed in helicopter crash in Egypt

| November 14, 2020 | 8 Comments
US Army identifies 5 Americans killed in helicopter crash in Egypt

US Army identifies 5 Americans killed in helicopter crash in Egypt They died as a result of a UH-60 crash in Sinai By Lucas Tomlinson The U.S. Army announced Saturday the deaths of five soldiers who were part of peacekeeping operations with the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO) mission. The soldiers died as a result […]

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