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SOPHIE WATCHES | Superman IV: The Quest For Peace (1987)

Aaand so ‘SOPHIE WATCHES’ continues.  If you caught the last one, then you know what to expect.  The premise is: I watch a film and text my friend with my reactions.   1,650 more words

Sophie Watches

Once again, they lied to us

Russian President Putin’s address to the press, in full, made at the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum, in June 2016 (English subtitles).

  President Putin urged Western journalists to stop accepting passively the narratives dished out by their politicians and unquestioningly passing on mere “tall tales to your people,” and to instead report accurately on the danger inherent in the current nuclear arms race. 15 more words


Putin's Warning of Impending Danger

St Petersburg International Economic Forum, in June 2016.  Putin urged journalists to report genuinely on the impending danger that is a nuclear arms race.  With the NATO missile defense system on Russia’s doorstep, the threat to international security is very real; not that you would know it via mainstream Murdoch media. 191 more words

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The stark contrast between Obama’s nuclear promises and reality: Luce and Cirincione

In the FT, Edward Luce in Washington examines the contrast between President Obama’s words and his actions: “most notably in the war on Islamist terrorism, where he banned the term “war on terror” while redoubling drone warfare”. 792 more words

Nuclear Weapons

... The Iran Nuclear " Agreement " is ... [#worse]...

.. worse than appeasement ..

.. it is effective surrender and pandering to the mullahs in Qum ..

.. do the ObamaCraps really want a nuclear arms race in the Middle East ? 55 more words

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Update on Middle East situation: Saudi Arabia and Pakistan veiledly threaten Iran with nukes

As always developments in the Middle East are interesting to say the least. In the aftermath of Nimr al-Nimr’s execution tensions are still high between Saudi Arabia and Iran, and by extension between the Sunni and Shiite branches of Islam. 769 more words


Yesterday North Korea, Tomorrow Iran

History is doomed to repeat itself due to the lack of effective and capable world leaders, what we have instead are bunch of political dwarfs who are nothing more than elected mercenaries of the one-percent-rich sector, whose only purpose are to preserve their empires of wealth with the cost of pain and suffering burdened on shoulders of the world grassroots.  786 more words