“The War on Terror”

Behind the headlines in the “War on Terror”. Otherwise known as the “Fraud of Terror”, which employs flase flags, double agents and a compliant media to create the illusion of a war waged by radical Islamists. When it is in fact being orchestrated by Western intelligence

After entering Aleppo with Russia’s help, the Syrian army may set its sights on Raqqa

Having lost up to 60,000 soldiers in five years of fighting, the Syrian Army has scored its greatest victory yet. Robert Fisk explains

Not ISIS but Saudi security forces on parade in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Click to enlarge

Saudi Arabia ready to send ground troops to Syria, official says

The announcement came shortly after Russia said it suspects Turkey of planning a military invasion of Syria. Does Saudi Arabia plan to assist Turkey?

Bashar al-Assad’s Syria battlefield breakthrough threatens new wave of refugees

Note the implication being that Assad is behind the flight of Syrian refugees. Not the covert Western-Saudi-Zionist backing for various extremist groups that has precipitated their flight

Russia says it suspects Turkey of preparing incursion in Syria

Is Turkey preparing to go to aid beleaguered Syrian militants who under assault from the Syrian Army supported by Russian air strikes?

Littoral combat ship

New U.S Navy Ship Struggles in Test to Fend Off Attacking Boats

Tests reveal that the U.S. Navy’s latest $362 million Littoral Combat Ship would have difficulty fending off numerous small attack craft. Of the type used by Iran

Syrian government forces in the village of Tal Jabin, north of the embattled city of Aleppo

Syrian talks suspended as regime Russia hit rebels hard

Peace talks suspended after Syrian government forces secure major battlefield gains near Aleppo

Iran eyes own tank production, instead of buying Russia’s T-90

With over $100 billion in frozen funds in hand Iran’s military looked set to go on a spending spree. However, one item at least appears to have been crossed-off their shopping list

6,500 Coalition Troops in Iraq; US Wants More

Ostensibly the U.S. wants more Coalition troops on the ground. But what for? To fight militants? Or help oust the government in Baghdad under the pretext of fighting “terror”

Launched early in 2013, the Iranian built submarine can reportedly launch cruise missile (pictured). Information from the Iranian launch was probably used in the development of North Korea's missile. Click to enlarge

Top Commander Highlights Iranian Navy’s Best-Kept Secrets

What are these secrets? We make some informed suggestions

Al Durrah father and son fired on by IDF

Knesset child’s rights panel head: West hypocritical for courting Iran as it executes minors

From the regime that routinely shoots or imprisons Palestinian juveniles this really takes the cake for hypocrisy

Thousands March in Paris Rain to Protest State of Emergency

Thousands March in Paris Rain to Protest State of Emergency

Thousands of people marched in the Paris rain on Saturday to protest plans to renew France’s state of emergency. Includes video

German Chancellor Angela Merkel attends a news conference in Berlin July 18, 2014. Click to enlarge

Germany’s Merkel says refugees must return home once war is over

Trouble is there no is prospect of the “war” they allegedly fled ending soon. And Merkel knows this

War in Syria: Russia’s ‘rustbucket’ military delivers a hi-tech shock to West and Israel

Russia’s performance in Syria forces dramatic reassessment of its military capability

Iran test fires Nour naval cruise missiles during exercises recently. Click to enlarge

Iran Navy successfully test-fires Nour cruise missile – Iran flies drone over US aircraft carrier

Includes clearer drone footage of the USS Harry S. Truman

Still from a video broadcast on Iranian TV of footage from a drone of a US carrier

State TV Iran flew drone over U.S. aircraft carrier

Iran flew a surveillance drone over a U.S. aircraft carrier and took photographs of it as part of a naval drill, Iranian state TV reported Friday. Includes actual footage

In this Saturday, Dec. 26, 2015 photo released by the U.S. Navy, the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman transits the Strait of Hormuz. Iranian naval vessels conducted rocket tests last week near the USS Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier. Click to enlarge

Iran’s surveillance drone takes precise photo of US aircraft carrier

In addition to flying a reconnaissance drone near the U.S. carrier, Iran claims one of its Ghadir submarines sailed to “the shortest possible distance” of it undetected

U.S. and Afghan troops on patrol near the town Yawez

US planning to keep military forces in Afghanistan for “decades”

Will Washington embark on another large-scale redeployment if a resurgent Taliban threaten to oust the U.S. installed regime in Kabul?

USS Monterey

Reports: Iran warns U.S. Navy ship, fighter jet to stay way

For the second time in nearly as many weeks, U.S. forces have had a close encounter with Iran naval forces in the Persian Gulf

Protesters march behind a banner reading "To put an end to the state of emergency" in Rennes on January 23, 2016 (AFP Photo/Jean-Francois Monier). Click to enlarge

Disquiet grows over French state of emergency

It may have been one of the reasons the Nov 13 Paris attacks were staged, but there’s a growing unease over the State of Emergency imposed in response

Rouhani and China's Xi Jingping

Iran’s leader says never trusted the West, seeks closer ties with China

Two emerging powers pledge to forge stronger ties