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UAE Invites Assad, Thumbs Nose at Uncle Scam. Bye-Bye Petrodollar?

Have the Gulf princes stopped obeying Washington? Is the Empire over?

Diplomatic Breakthrough: Syria’s Assad in UAE

Syria revealed on March 18 that President Bashar al-Assad had visited the United Arab Emirates (UAE). This was the first visit by President Assad to an Arabian state since the outbreak of the war in Syria more than eleven years ago.

Syria to file lawsuit against Trump for plotting murder of President...

The Syrian Bar Association decided to file a lawsuit against US President Donald Trump, after he admitted his intention to assassinate Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad.

Logos Rising: A History of Ultimate Reality

Satanism is a world in which practical reason and the political order are deliberately banned and dismissed for ideological purposes.

UAE will help Syria to fight the Coronavirus

Jim W. Dean - Will the US dare sanction the UAE for doing this, and will anyone else in the US Persian Gulf coalition step up to help Syria.

US crashing targeted currencies as a regime change weapon

Jim W. Dean - My sympathy has worn thin for the EU for being under the gun with Trump sanctions. Let them eat that bitter fruit and see how they like it.

Putin and Assad make fun of Trump (and Israel)

Assad ought to be applauded for his effort. He is a man who understands that the New World Order cannot win forever; the New World Order is fragile and can bleed.

Former Newsweek journalist: Newsweek lies about Syria

"In essence, I was given a simple choice. On one hand, I could continue to be employed by the company, stay in their chic London offices and earn a steady salary—only if I adhered to what could or could not be reported and suppressed vital facts. Alternatively, I could leave the company and tell the truth.”

Syrian president slams Europe as main player in creating chaos in...

“Why do you have refugees in Europe?  It’s a simple question: because of terrorism that’s being supported by Europe,” the Syrian president said.

Syria – Seven Syrian soldiers killed in clashes with Turkish troops

Jim W. Dean - The future will not be determined by what Erdogan does, but what the Syrians and Kurds can, and will do. Will the Kurds deal straight up with Damascus, or play Assad off against the US?

Breaking: Kurdish SDF troops are out of Turkish buffer zone

Syria welcomes pullout of Kurdish armed groups to depth of 30 km from Turkish border - First published ... October 27, 2019 - Damascus welcomes the...

Russia armor arrives at Tartous for Syrian offensive

Jim W. Dean - The Kurds are only 30% of the population in Northern Syria, and their playing local henchmen for the US over the other 70% of the population is a crime, which the MSM has not covered.

Assad: Turkish invasion must stop, all foreign troops to leave Syria

Jim W. Dean - Assad does not have to prove himself. He has done that. But dealing with the Kurds is going to be a delicate operation, an opportunity handed to him on a silver plate by Erdogan.

Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein?

Is there evidence to even remotely suggest that Epstein was assassinated by the Germans?

David Duke’s Secret Behind Communism (Part I)

“The October Revolution was not what you call in America the ‘Russian Revolution. It was an invasion and conquest over the Russian people."

Assad “the Animal” Dines Out and Other Things

This week, President Assad and his wife and elder son visited Oregano Restaurant in Damascus unexpectedly. The Restaurant Manger thanked President Assad for choosing his humble restaurant and said “very glad to receive you Mr. President, with your family. Your unexpected presence, along with your family, created an ambiance of warmth, love and happiness.”

Israel joins US and Saudi Arabia in new effort to partition...

Jim W. Dean - Is the US saying via this move that it is going to replace Turkey as a key ally by building NE and Eastern Syria into a new US-Saudi and Israeli mega base?

The growing Syria-Iraq alliance and its role in the Axis of...

The US decision to invade Iraq and unintentionally deliver it gift-wrapped to the Axis of Resistance was one of the worst strategic blunders in history. (It worked OK for Israel though...so far.)