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New world order emerging from BRICS summit

Leaders from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (the BRICS) met in Durham, South Africa this week to discuss a new world bank which will allow them to trade and fund their projects independent of the World Bank and the U.S. Dollar. South African President Jacob Zuma saud that the group has “decided to enter formal negotiations to establish a ...

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The idiocy of arms control treaties with Russia

During his SOTU speech, Obama announced his intention to cut the barely-adequate US nuclear arsenal even further, below the 1,550 deployed strategic warheads allowed by the New START treaty. He said he would do so together with the Russians. This (together with Republicans’ and the public’s general disinterest in defense issues) probably softened the Republican response to and criticism of ...

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Why deep defense cuts MUST be avoided at all costs

I could just as well title this article “why defense must always be fully funded” or “why America must always maintain a strong, second-to-none defense”, but all three titles effectively mean the same thing, so I have chosen the above one. We are being told from all directions by various kinds of people – from liberals like Clinton Admin official ...

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Precursor to Friday’s near-miss asteroid reported to hit Russia

RT reports meteorite over Russia

Throughout the week, news outlets have been reporting on the asteroid that will pass so close to Earth that it may knock out some GPS, telecommunication and/or television satellites. Now, RT is reporting that a part of it has already caused damage on the surface of the planet. Youtube and twitter photos from Russians are showing a bright trail of ...

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Living 40 Years Cut-off From Civilization


Do you imagine yourself living off the grid? Are you a survivalist? Could you go days, months or even years without travel into town for supplies? Imagine raising a family and living 40 years without seeing any other humans. It happened. Facing persecution and death for their religion by the atheist Bolsheviks in the 1930’s, the Lykov family left their ...

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Physicist: Obama chosen by the Russians 20 years ago to be POTUS


Very interesting interview. True or not, only a select few know. YouTube Description: Physicist claims he was told in 1992 ‘The USA will have a black, Soviet agent as president soon’ Interview with Physicist Thomas Fife by Geopolitical Analyst, Jeff Nyquist You can read more here.

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Why the Next Generation Bomber is needed

There are some who question whether the Air Force’s planned Next Generation Bomber is needed.  An example is this article published by the liberal CPI, wherein David Axe asked many questions that are easy to answer. In this paper, I will answer them and thus show why the NGB is absolutely needed. First, I’ll rebut his questions regarding the requirement for ...

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From Russia with Love: Did Putin’s “First Time” Campaign Inspire Obama’s?


Single-minded college age sluts were no doubt riveted by the vaguely homo-erotic account of a tatted tramp manlier than Justin Bieber regaling the world of “her first time” voting for Obama in one of the most disgusting, unpresidential campaign ads, ever. But was the video a sexually transmitted disease caught from Russia? If you have any teenage daughters in the ...

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This Is Not Let’s Make A Deal and David Axelrod is Not Monty Hall

The White House re-election campaign wants to make a deal.  In exchange for GOP presidential challenger Mitt Romney releasing five years of tax returns, they will stop criticizing him for not releasing more.  While hiding behind the skirt of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, the White House campaign alleges there may be as many as ten years when Romney evaded ...

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Putin Punks Obama

The most glaring example of diminishing United States power and influence around the globe is the dynamic taking place between the U.S. and Russia regarding Syria. Russia has dispatched a flotilla of eleven warships, almost half of which have the ability to carry hundreds of marines to the eastern Mediterranean.  Some of those ships are to be docked in Syria. ...

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Russian politician: Rather have Obama than Romney

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Despite the highest tensions between the U.S. and Russia in recent decades, a prominent Russian politician has commented that it would be better for Russia if Obama were the next President rather than Mitt Romney. Alex Pushkov, chairman of the international affairs committee, stated that Obama would be an “acceptable” partner while drawing strong parallels between Romney and the previous Bush ...

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Fundraise and Fore! obama’s Answer to World Events

Israel issued warnings over security problems with Egypt. Militants from the Sinai Peninsula crossed over into southern Israel Monday and fired on a border security fence, killing one Israeli. The IDF moved tanks and other armed forces to the Israel-Egypt border in response to the attack. Egypt is on the offensive against Israel. Egypt’s presidential election results lean towards victory ...

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Obama’s foreign policy shares fate of North Korea’s rocket launch


On Thursday, North Korea’s launch of its Unha-3 rocket – purported to have an orbital satellite as a payload – broke apart shortly after launch and fell into the ocean – along with the current administration’s foreign policy approach. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had said on Thursday that a launch by North Korea would violate the agreement made between ...

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