It’s a fair bet that most people would find it surprising that not only is the Republic of Turkey a member of the NATO alliance, but also has the second numerically largest military within the same. Continue reading “Latest From Turkey: President Erdoğan Wants His Own Nuclear Weapons”
While the United Kingdom is set to vote if the island nation will authorize air strikes against the ISIS terrorists in Syria, the notion of the same terrorists obtaining nuclear weapons has again reared its ugly head. As reported by Samuel Hayes of the new media North Star National on Nov. 5, 2015, Britain’s parliament is set to vote on whether or not the attack aircraft of the Royal Air Force and Royal Navy will be engaging the Islamic jihadists. In the meantime, Mrutyuanjai Mishra of the Times of India notes on Dec. 4, 2015 of the possibility of the same global jihadists possibly obtaining nuclear weapons. Continue reading “ISIS in America; again, threat of ‘suitcase nukes’ looms”
As the old adage goes; if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. In light of the word leaking out that the Nobel Institute may be regretting their 2009 choice of Barack Obama, the same sing-song truism just may be echoing off the walls in Oslo. And if the whispers in the corridors of power ring true, the duo being mentioned as co-awardees very well have essentially guaranteed that the Islamic Republic of Iran will be a member of the Nuclear Bomb Club within at least the next 10 years. Continue reading “John Kerry, Iran’s FM in the running as co-winners of Nobel Peace Prize”
Barack Obama’s done a number of things that more than a few conservatives consider impeachable offenses. From the Benghazi Cover-Up, to his IRS targeting American citizens, to the Colombia Hooker Scandal where the lead investigator was ordered “to withhold and alter certain information in the report of investigation because it was potentially embarrassing to the [Obama] Administration” just to name a few, the list of crimes or misdemeanor are many.
“He’ll also have Jesus Christ beside him during the carnage …”
In his speech before a mainly empty United Nations General Assembly, as posted by CSPAN.org on Sept, 29, 2014, the Israeli Prime Minster’s entire speech before the globalist organization was marked by his referencing both “the Mahdi Army in Iraq” as well as those in the Middle East who believe that an exchange of nuclear weapons will “trigger the apocalyptic return of an Imam from the 9th century” (the 6:25 mark). While arguably the vast majority of those in the West have no idea what Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu spoke of, his speech may have usher in an era of a better Western understanding of the mindset of many in the Middle East, particularly of the Iranian mullahs and the adherents of Imam Mahdi, who supposedly was a descendant of Mohammad, the founder of Islam.
Jews and Arabs may band with the French against Iranian nuclear weapons program…
In a case of truth being stranger than fiction, the Jewish State and her surrounding Arab neighbors just may have a real reason to no longer point weapons at each other. Not so much due to groundbreaking peace negotiations finally coming to fruition as it being a case of both the Israeli Jews and the Arab Muslims agreeing that someone else wants to nuke both of them out of existence, as reported by the Israeli-centric news portal the Debka File of Jerusalem on Nov. 17, 2013.