Category Archives: Policy

Saving the Byzantine Pompeii of Thessaloníki

The following article by Alexis Georgoulis from Euronews reviews the dangers to the Late Roman and Early Byzantine (4th~9th Centuries AD) remains that were discovered in construction of the Venizelos metro station at Thessaloniki’s urban center. These are highly extensive … Continue reading

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Posted in Current Affairs, Fine Art, History, Policy, Politics, Willett | 4 Comments

“¡Abajo la dictadura! Down with the dictatorship.”

“The Cuban president answered the unprecedented protests by authorizing police shootings on unarmed civilians — and, in his words, “summoning all the revolutionaries and all the communists” all over Cuba to confront the demonstrators. Openly instigating Cuban-on-Cuban violence is a … Continue reading

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Is Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin Really This Clueless?

Lloyd Austin always had the reputation while on active duty of being the affirmative action hire as he moved up the ranks. In other words, he got his job because of the color of his skin and not because of … Continue reading

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Posted in Borg Wars, Larry Johnson, Policy | 13 Comments

“Pete Hegseth says Hamas ‘must be crushed:’ They’re trying to ‘wipe Israel off the map'”

“The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is on the brink of causing a full-out war after Hamas, the terrorist organization in control of the Gaza Strip, rained down rockets on Israeli civilians – leading to Israeli retaliatory strikes against the radical militant group. The latest escalation in the … Continue reading

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Posted in Israel, Jordan, Middle East, Policy, Religion | 18 Comments

Fighting renewed in Jerusalem

“Israeli security forces used stun grenades and rubber bullets against Palestinians outside the Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, where thousands of worshipers had been attending Friday prayers, puncturing a half-day of calm brought on by a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.A … Continue reading

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Posted in Current Affairs, Israel, Justice, Middle East, Policy, Politics | 22 Comments

The United States of 2 Americas

The following article by Ret. Col. John Mills from The Epoch Times should be of interest to readers of this site. Commentary If you haven’t noticed, the United States is reorganizing itself into two Americas—blue and red. Although there is … Continue reading

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Posted in Current Affairs, Policy, Politics | Tagged | 31 Comments

Mexican president blames Biden for the Volkerwanderung.

“President Joe Biden is to blame for the border crisis, Mexican counterpart Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Tuesday. “Expectations were created that with the Government of President Biden there would be a better treatment of migrants. And this has caused … Continue reading

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Posted in Blood on the Border, government, Policy | 5 Comments

Biden’s immigration policy will destroy him.

““It really means that he’s going to run on the combination of two energy sources: his own successes and his record and Biden’s failure and his record. When that immigrant caravan hits the border and all of a sudden hundreds … Continue reading

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Posted in government, Policy, Politics | 25 Comments

Saudi Arabia is medieval, cruel and an absolute tyranny.

“There’ll be an announcement on Monday on what we’re going to be doing with Saudi Arabia generally.” Biden’s decision to release the report in the first weeks of his presidency fulfils campaign promises to reassess ties with Saudi Arabia after critics accused … Continue reading

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Posted in Middle East, Policy, Saudi Arabia | 37 Comments

Time to end the MADness?

“Mutually assured destruction (MAD) is a doctrine of military strategy and national security policy in which a full-scale use of nuclear weapons by two or more opposing sides would cause the complete annihilation of both the attacker and the defender (see pre-emptive nuclear strike and second strike).[1] It is based on the theory of deterrence, which … Continue reading

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Posted in Policy, The Military Art, weapons | 24 Comments