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NEO – Russian Air Force Teaches its US Counterparts a Nasty...

Jim W. Dean - I should have expected Gordon might make the analogy of the Marine and Navy pilots fighting the good fight of the Cactus Air Force at Henderson Field, Guadalcanal, like the Russians have done from their small airfield in Syria.

NEO – Crimea and Donbass – A Tale of Two Cities

Jim W. Dean - Obama and the Pentagon were out of their minds to think they could trigger a violent coup in Kiev using neoNazis as shock troops, and have Crimea fall into its hands and the Russians just sit and watch.

NEO – Washington, Kiss Your Silly Missile Defense Goodbye

Jim W. Dean - Our Congress and defense industry team up to continue bleeding us dry on wasted new weapons programs with their huge cost overruns and delays, where both Russia and soon China will be able to create cost effective deterrents.

NEO – Is ISIS a Scam?

Gordon Duff - Recent revelations inside Iraq have exposed ISIS. They don’t exist, simple as that, not across Iraq, not in Mosul, not in control of any oil regions, not in any way remotely resembling what the world has been told.

NEO – Turkey and Ukraine: The Misfits Alliance

Jim W. Dean - If Turkey teams up with Ukraine to make trouble for Crimea, we might see the Kurds getting some major political support from Russia, plus the behind the scenes kind.

NEO – The Ankara bus bombing – Who do we blame?

Jim W. Dean - It has become a regular routine that, whenever Erdogan is under the gun diplomatically and needs to play the victim, we have the instant terror bombing attack in Turkey.

NEO – Putin Pulling Troops out on Eve of Geneva Talks

Jim W. Dean - We have the numbers now on some of what the Russians are leaving in Syria. From head of the Parliamentary defense committee we have Viktor Ozerov saying he estimates about 1000 military personnel will be remaining at their two bases.

NEO – Is the CIA killing its former terror assets to...

Jim W. Dean - Seth Ferris uses Georgian Chechen Tarkhan Batirashvili as an example to pose that the CIA might be killing off its former terrorist commanders trained to murder Russians to make sure their secrets die with them.

NEO – Winning the Right Upcoming War

Jim W. Dean - This is another of one Gordon's "How the world really works" articles. VT readers will notice the touch of anger and venting in it, but that is part of his brand, sincere concern and anger, which we are able to voice here.

NEO – How did Russia build its food security?

Jim W. Dean - Seth Ferris gives us a thorough review on Moscow not only closing the door to the GMO hustlers, but also for bringing the higher value export theme into play by boosting organic food production.

NEO – North Korea turns the Asian Pivot upside down

Jim W. Dean - North Korea makes a dumb move that pushes China and the US together on controlling North Korea with quick new sanctions, while the Pentagon slips in new weapon systems closer to China, and the South China Sea issue goes to the back burner.

NEO – Saudi Arabia’s Northern Thunder fizzles out

Jim W. Dean - Where is all the dramatic footage of the massive Saudi coalition drills, the embedded reporters, press briefings, the Royals reviewing the troops? Was this the Saudi version of Jade Helm?

NEO – Putin’s New World Order Versus the West’s

Jim W. Dean - Putin's UN speech on ending the Cold War continues to resonate: “Instead of the triumph of democracy and progress, we got violence, poverty and social disaster. Nobody cares a bit about human rights, including the right to life.”

NEO – The Baltic Gambit – Operation Barbarossa 2

Jim W. Dean - These Atlantic Council type people are extremely dangerous. Think of them as a white collar ISIL in limousines, where they don't chop off the heads of people, but of countries as they pursue their elitist jihad.

NEO – Ceasefire Roulette in Syria – Who Will Win?

Jim W. Dean - As we had expected, Turkey has been the primary challenger with not only its continued shelling inside Syria, but directly supporting its terrorist proxies there, including ISIL.

NEO: War Crimes and Case of the Donbass people

If this isn’t a war, I don’t know what is. It is a new kind though, where a country’s leadership attacks other states and people, while using its own as cannon fodder.

NEO – Lugar Bioweapons Laboratory: a Time Bomb in Georgia and...

Jim W. Dean - The various thugs in Georgia murder politicians and prosecutors, so it is open season on journalists. We will keep banging on this drum to force more coverage on the Lugar Bio-Lab.

NEO – Saudi Arabia: On the Brink of Disintegration

Jim W. Dean - Viktor Mikhin gives us a detailed review of the Arab Spring regime change program which is now threatening Saudi Arabia, by its own hand via the old adage, "Be careful what you wish for because you just might get it".

NEO: Erbil, Western Propaganda and Two Parallel Realities

A writer is the conscience of his nation... If a writer omits the truth, he is a liar!” Writers and true thinkers are obliged to defend reality: that real one, that shy and genuine one.

NEO – Erdogan’s Plan, Islamic Empire or Armageddon

Gordon Duff - Turkey was prepared to steal the NATO nuclear arsenal at Incirlik Air Base, 84 thermonuclear weapons. Israel, out of short sightedness, had upgraded Turkish F16s for service as nuclear bombers to use against Russia.

NEO – Post-Sanctions Scenario: Iran’s drive to the West

Jim W. Dean - Iran has stripped bare the lying NeoCons once again, clearly investing most of its released sanctioned funds on badly needed infrastructure improvements and long term trade investment with Westerners beating the doors down, but for the US.

NEO – Ankara Blast: Catastrophe of Convenience

Jim W. Dean - Frankly, a coup is badly needed in Turkey and the world would be most appreciative. But Erdo has anticipated this and has been purging not only the military but the police, judiciary and the media.

NEO – Logistics of Terrorist Support Mechanisms in Georgia and Turkish...

Gordon Duff - To the professional, working in the arena of intelligence “fusion,” unrelated stories can, and often do, support threat hypotheses, occasionally of global import. This is the purpose of “intelligence” as a scientific discipline.

NEO – Who is Fighting the Invisible War on Russia?

Gordon Duff - We are getting down to the nitty gritty in Syria, and possibly Iraq. The ability of the Syrian coalition to completely roll up the terrorists and jihadis is self-evident, and it will not take them long.

NEO – The Wrong Sort of Customers for Georgia’s Gas?

Henry Kamens - Like CanArgo, the Frontera operation in Georgia is a pump and dump fraud.

NEO – Ceasefire Showdown Time in Syria

Jim W. Dean - We are one day into the Munich "cessation of hostilities" and we find Turkey shelling the Aleppo supply road and Saudi Arabia moving planes and tactical nuclear weapons into Turkey. We have two rogue elephants on the loose.

NEO – Officials: Europe is Not a Raped Woman, ‘She Deserved...

Jim W. Dean - We are seeing in the EU what we know is a rampant malady in American leadership and politics - that nobody accepts any responsibility for failure. It is considered stupid to do so.

NEO: The Trojan Horse of Refugees in Europe

The refugee policy has turned into a real modern Trojan horse able to destroy the very foundations of Europe.

NEO – Syrian Talks Sabotaged by Western demand for Unenforceable Ceasefire

Jim W. Dean - What has the Western coalition upset is that the Syrian coalition’s goal to recapture territory right up to the Turkish border is succeeding. That will block all the Turkish supply lines and make a real ceasefire defendable.

NEO – Georgian Crime of the Year a Warning to Potential...

Jim W. Dean - Henry Kamens takes us back into the belly of the beast in the Republic of Georgia, where organized crime is tightly woven into the fabric of life, including murdering political figures and prosecutors.

NEO – Iran Completes Eurasian Golden Triangle

Jim W. Dean - The post sanctions Iran period is rolling out just like we expected, with a flurry of international trade contracts being signed way over $100 billion.

NEO – Bio lab in Tbilisi top suspect in weaponizing new...

Gordon Duff - We also have a history of Turkish and Ukrainian security service personnel treating the Lugar lab like a WMD “cash and carry,” to service their terrorist clients in Syria and Iraq.

NEO – The New Year Brings More Geopolitical Madness

Jim W. Dean - May we continue to get wiser, stronger, and collect a few more scalps this year via our own regime change program, including entities like NATO which needs to be turned inside out and put under the spotlight.

NEO – The Terrorist Name Game Meets Seymour Hersh Hype

"One of the saddest lessons of history is this -- If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle… It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken"... Carl Sagan

NEO – Saudi Arabia plays Puff the Magic Dragon

Jim W. Dean - When I began reading about the Saudi Arabian attempts to conduct diplomatic warfare on Iran, it made me think of the Puff the Magic Dragon children's book series right away... all talk and no bite.

NEO – Washington Quietly Lifts Sanctions on Russian Rockets

Impotent and incoherent, it appears that the US has managed to do more harm to itself than to Russia.

NEO – America’s Military: They Simply Can’t be Trusted

If you ask someone in the Pentagon when Russia invaded Ukraine and how many tank divisions are there, waiting to attack Western Europe, they will take out their phones and show you photos of the Russian tanks -- photos long proven to have been a decade old, long exposed as a hoax.

NEO – Why Trump is being led over a cliff

Gordon Duff - Trump recognizes that America has developed a huge appetite for paranoid fantasy, but what fat targets should Trump go after via his campaign?

NEO – Pipeline wars heat up in Eurasia

Jim W. Dean - Eurasian countries are now walking a tightrope between economic and political consolidation and regional competition. Will energy pipeline competition really help create peace, or bitter economic rivalries?