Monthly Archives: September 2019

More on the Yemeni triumph.

(These are ours now …) pl

Posted in Saudi Arabia, Yemen | 38 Comments

Salmon filet on the grill tonight.

  From a supermarket.  Marinated it for a couple of hours in:  olive oil, soy, citrus soy, teriyaki sauce, salt, pepper, mustard powder, ginger powder, garlic powder, red wine. Cooked on the grill flesh side down, then skin side down, … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 16 Comments

“Nasr min Allah! Nasr min Allah!” (a victory from God Almighty) Somebody show this to Trump!

One of our correspondents was kind enough to send me this link.  We should all watch it.  It has a quality much like "The Battle of San Pietro,"  a film from the Italian Campaign in WW2. It depicts a running … Continue reading

Posted in Saudi Arabia, The Military Art, Yemen | 48 Comments

Crossing the Line by Fred

Great and terrible things can happen when  you cross a line. Sometimes it fills you with dread, like it did with Scott, but other times it's just a bunch of fuss and feathers. Both of which might occur in this … Continue reading

Posted in Current Affairs, Fred, government, Humor, Justice, Politics, Whatever | Tagged , , | 8 Comments

[Yemeni] Armed Forces spokesman: Saudi Brigades Destroyed, Scores of Mercs Captured in Najran Offensive – TTG

Many of you have already passed the word of the Yemeni defeat of three Saudi brigades. Here is the description of this victory from the English edition of the Yemeni Almasirah Media Network. ———— News – Yemen  The spokesman for … Continue reading

Posted in Saudi Arabia, TTG, Yemen | 30 Comments

Saudi Arabia accepts cease fire in Yemen

"Saudi Arabia has agreed to a limited cease-fire in several areas of Yemen including the capital Sana’a, which is controlled by Iranian-backed Houthi rebels, as part of broader efforts to end a four-year conflict that has threatened to escalate into … Continue reading

Posted in Middle East, Saudi Arabia, Yemen | 41 Comments

Decameron: Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and King Belshaz’ar

The writing on the wall said "Mene Mene Tekel."  Unable to read it, King Belshaz'zar summoned Daniel who interpreted the words:  “God hath numbered thy kingdom and finished it. Thou art weighed in the balances, and art found wanting.” Historian … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 11 Comments

Experience Saudi Arabia! Don’t do it…

"Tourism chief Ahmed Al Khateeb said abayas will not be mandatory for women tourists but modest dress is, including at public beaches. Visas will be available online for about $80 (Dh294), with no restrictions for unaccompanied women as in the … Continue reading

Posted in Saudi Arabia | 34 Comments


Now that we have seen the whistleblower complaint filed by a CIA officer against President Trump, there should be little doubt that it is a fraud and represents an abuse of the whistleblower process. I know genuine whistleblowers (e.g., Bill … Continue reading

Posted in Larry Johnson, Russiagate | 113 Comments

Canned Soup

Question:  Why do Millennials not eat canned minestrone soup?

Posted in Humor | 40 Comments