Off the Radar

There are a few events in US foreign policy that have not been covered in US Mainstream Media or have not been highlighted in their true context.   So, I’ll briefly list them below.

US Weapons going into Syria.

Dilyana Gaydhzandiev first wrote about the Silk Ways transport of weapons out of Bulgaria to the Middle East and North Africa with US military contractors involved.  The flights are under diplomatic immunity so their cargo is not inspected, and they generally make unscheduled stops to unload in secret.  . . .

Drone Strikes Have Doubled since Trump Presidency

Drone strikes have doubled since Trump came to power.  His recent  threat to refurbish the Afghan War and expand it into Pakistan is related to this increase in Drone strikes, most of which are in that region.   The news of civilian Drone strike victims is itself a victim of the new bipartisan, across the board censorship of media. . .

The Current Heroin Crisis Originates in the Afghan War

There is a huge heroin crisis in the US and globally as well.   Young people are more likely to die of a heroin overdose than of a disease.   When the US went to war with Afghanistan their opium imports were negligible.  . . .

In South America, US Proxies are Rolling Back the Gains of Popular Socialist Governments

In Brazil, President Dilma Rousseff was impeached and dismissed by a cabal of corrupt opposition politicians on the basis that she allowed some corruption to occur during her Presidency.   Lula, the most popular President Brazil has ever had, decided to run in the next election.   He has now been convicted corruption in a kangaroo court and sentenced to 16 years in prison.

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Syrian Victory, the Last Gate

According to an interview by Kevork Almassian of Syriana Analysis with Lebaese reporter Marwa Osman, the SAA and their allies have now restored sovereignty to 85% of Syria,   This is a hard won victory, and worth celebrating.    The liberation of the great cities of Syria along with much of the countryside is a testament to the patriotism and loyalty of the  Syrian people and to the stability and persistence of their government, a government that embraced change and development under the most dire circumstances, inviting the disenfranchised to speak. reflecting their concerns in a new constitution and making reconciliation an operational resource to restore unity to the country in the midst of a horrific war.

Since the liberation of East Aleppo, the Syrian government allied forces have stabilized one area after another in the heavily populated western region of the country, and finally, after the liberation of East Aleppo, crossed the desert to the eastern cities long occupied by ISIS.   But their victory has brought the real enemy to the foreground.

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SubRosa Weapons for Terrorists

by Dilyana Gaytandzhieva, who lost her job when Al Jazeera picked up her article and referenced the information she had researched.  I’m archiving the article here as a PDF so that it won’t be disappeared along with it’s author, from the public domain.   The scheme Dilyana discovered  has some of the flavor of the post-9/11 rendition program.     Illegal flights are diverted from their normal course and used to deliver politically sensitive cargo to war zones.   Eastern Europe is a pivotal region for these kinds of activities along with US allies in West Asia between the southern part of Russia and Iran.    Click more to view the PDF –

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Looking to Syria’s Future

Bashar Assad speaking on August 20, 2017 on the corruption of the West and looking East for Syria’s future.   The video is subtitled, and  there is  transcript included in the original post by Sayed Hasan. As he came to power, Bashar Assad was somewhat impressed by Western culture and the possibilities opened by attempting to rejoin the ‘International Community’ led […]

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