What in the hell is going on in Kyrgyzstan??

Last week's riots in Kyrgyzstan's capital, following the earlier riots in the capital Bishkek, allow us to understand the fragile nature of our American Afghan army's supply line vulnerability. It was the US that was there in 2005 that Bakiyev, tried to have the best of both "big power worlds", brashly threatening to close the US airbase in his country, after signing a cushy aid deal with Russia, though he reversed himself when the US agreed to more than triple the rent to $60 million a year, and "kick in" another $100m in aid - it's just our taxes at work, and Obama knows we will always pay up - or else! Nevertheless, as Eric McGlinchey in the New York Times points out, Kyrgyzstan is in Russia's backyard, and the fact that we depend on our airbase there for OUR Afghan war does not change that!


The Jews Control what is left of America

Please check JeffRense.com to find out the sordid truth about who controls America. When I served as Intelligence Operations Officer of our 4th US Armored Division in Goeppingen, Germany, I found out much of what serves as the truth about our relationship with the rogue "state" of Israel, but now I, and my fellow veterans, who fought in Vietnam, will know "the rest of the story". When our soldiers fight any war in our troubled world, they are not fighting for America, but for the rogue "state" of Israel. As that country's rabid leaders like to boast: "I want to tell you something very clear. Don't worry about American pressure on Israel. We, the Jewish people, control America, and the "Americans" know it. (Ariel Sharon, Israeli Prime Minister, October 3, 2001.) Was that rude comment timed to coincide with the Israeli destruction of our world trade center in New York?


100,000 Soldiers Used as Chips in a Bet We Can't Win

So far, our war in Afghanistan has claimed more than one thousand American lives, and recently the lives of more than four thousand Afghan civilians. It is also costing the American taxpayer over three-and-a-half BILLION dollars every month, a total of $264 billion so far, without positive results. Meanwhile, Hamid Karzai, our American potentate "de jour" is becoming more and more unstable behind the wheel of his ship. Now, he is even making THREATS against the western coalition which is shedding its sons' blood and treasure on his behalf. The pro-American "Economist" magazine sees things much more clearly, questioning whether our entire effort in Afghanistan has been nothing than a meaningless exercise of misguided violence. Andrew Bacevich, who served 23 years in our army, some of them in Vietnam, and who is now professor of history and international relations at Boston University, questions whether we have strayed much to far from the path we might successfully have followed in Afghanistan: One of the core principles in our adventure would have required that we behave in ways which would demonstrate our benign intentions - that we were there to protect the country's population.
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Will our response to an attack against Iran start a new nuclear war?

"The aftermath of a strike against Iran will be terrible not only for Asia, but for us and the whole global community", said the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Admiral Michael Mullen recently, but the Russian General Makarov doubted that even the Israelis would carry out this foolish scenario until the military conquests of Iraq and Afghanistan had been completed. "They first soften up a country with economic sanctions, which don't undermine the government, before they launch a military intervention. There is the possibility for military action on the part of both Israel and the United States together or separately."
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