LastDayWatchers watch for this is only for the wise to know, what good would sanctions or military options be when the 10 give their power to the Beast?
The rest are like the pains as of a woman in childbirth come to him, but he is a child without wisdom; when the time arrives, he doesn't have the sense to come out of the womb. Selah
Iran’s negotiators have successfully framed these final days of the nuclear talks on their terms—and that might lull them into making big mistakes.
The International-Arab coalition against ISIL is "nail trimming operation" and "setting red lines" for this terrorist group in order not to affect the Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Arbil, indicating that raids launched since the beginning of the operation are equal to the raids launched in one single day during July war that the Zionist entity launched on Lebanon in 2006, also to re-draw a new map of the region, emphasizing that survival of ISIL serves the US and Turkey interests.
The United States uses ISIL as scarecrow to frighten, blackmail and exhaust the regional countries to impose its hegemony, especially in Syria and Iraq.
Sayyed Nasrallah explained that his latest visit to Bekaa region in eastern Lebanon was "to increase my reassurance", highlighting that the recent events in Brital and Asal Al-Wared barrens were just "detailed limitations which have been recovered"
Three C-130 cargo aircraft carried out what the US military called "multiple" successful drops of supplies early on Monday, including arms provided by Kurdish authorities in Iraq.
However, ISIL fighters reportedly seized one cache of the airdropped weapons that included hand grenades, ammunition and rocket-propelled grenade launchers, a Britain-based observatory said the armed group had seized at least once cache amid heavy wind, but could have captured more.
Syrian Kurdish officials have been lobbying Western governments for support, arguing their fighters are secular, relatively moderate and opposed to ISIL.
“The CIA’s most damaging interventions have come from its very success in arming insurgencies—whether in Iran, Guatemala, Indonesia, Brazil, Guyana, Chile, the list goes on and on,”
Stephen Schlesinger, co-author of Bitter Fruit, a classic study of the CIA covert action that overthrew the elected president of Guatemala in 1954.
“The presumption that we can topple governments we don't like, acting outside the boundaries of international law or the UN Charter, is what has gotten us repeatedly in trouble in the past, marring our international standing, we are the recidivists of global failure when it comes to tampering with foreign states.”
The fact that wartime figures like Stepan Bandera elicit popular sympathy in western Ukraine is something that most American pundits studiously avoid mentioning.
Here it might be worth recalling a passage from the historian Halik Kochanski’s history of the Poles in the Second World War:
“The Germans also exploited the disloyalty of the Ukrainians towards the Poles by recruiting large numbers into their auxiliary units and into the Roland and Nachtigel battalions, they became the Germans’ most willing assistants and received German uniforms, arms and training before undertaking their main task: the destruction of the Jews"
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