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Monday Military Musings

W.J. Astore

A few items I’ve been saving up for quick comments:

Remember when civilians were supposed to control the military?  Not in Trump’s White House.  671 more words

US Politics

Jamal Khashoggi: Trump won't listen to 'terrible' murder recording

Media captionThe BBC’s Frank Gardner looks at what could happen to the man known as MBS

US President Donald Trump says he has been briefed on a recording of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s murder – but will not listen to it himself. 189 more words

Bipartisan panel: US must prepare for “horrendous,” “devastating” war with Russia and China

By Andre Damon  November 16,  2018 World Socialist Website

A bipartisan commission appointed by Congress issued a lengthy report Tuesday backing the Pentagon’s plans to prepare for a “great-power” war against Russia, China, or both, making clear that the Trump administration’s belligerent policies are shared by the Democratic Party. 1,076 more words


Military in Charge RAW | Dr. Steve Pieczenik [video] ~ November 17, 2018

Editor’s Note: I post this price for your attention due to the recent news that the US military is currently under a 72-hour alert. What’s goin’ down? 297 more words

U.S Elections. Not a Word about Wars, not a Peep about Peace: Beware! by Gerald Celente

Brutally stupid, inconclusive wars that have inflicted immeasurable chaos and killed thousands of American military and the people they are supposedly protecting merited almost no mention during the latest campaign season. 1,105 more words


Who Owns The GOP?

Well to answer that question I would say pick a large corporation and the GOP has fingers in their wallets….but the one that owns the most spineless representatives of both parties is the Military-Industrial Complex (M-IC)…… 319 more words


Armistice Day First, by John LaForge

Wars do not end war. From John LaForge at antiwar.com:

It gets harder to commemorate World War I, because of time and the public’s embrace of, or indifference to, a permanent war economy. 631 more words