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American heroes criticised for 'lack of guns'

US citizens Anthony Sadler and Alek Skarlatos brought shame to their nation, by employing unarmed techniques to foil a terror plot. In a blatant disregard for their beloved Second Amendment, the two traitorous rail passengers ‘fought like girls’ slapping, scratching and ‘choking a maniac with a handgun to unconsciousness’. 170 more words

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Gore Vidal on Understanding America's Terrorist Crisis

(I’m re-posting this video for educational purposes, in accordance with ‘fair use’ provisions in the copyright act; this blog is not monetized)

Modern History

Sketching criminals has yielded ZERO results

When a crime is committed the police are quick to draw up a sketch of the criminal and plaster it on every wall. While this looks very impressive, the fact is that the success rate of nabbing a criminal on the basis of a sketch is ZERO. 45 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

How the ISI sheltered Mullah Omar

Mullah Omar was sheltered by the ISI in Pakistan. There are several accounts for this claim which has been made time and again. However, the Hillary Clinton emails clearly states that Mullah Omar was saved by the ISI. 79 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

THE IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL--ONE OF TODAY’S MOST CONTROVERSIAL TOPICS, AND YET FEW PEOPLE ACTUALLY KNOW MUCH ABOUT IT.

Recently, the U. S. entered into a Nuclear Agreement with Iran, along with five other powers–the so-called “P + 5”–China, France, Germany, Russia and U. K.   312 more words

UAE-India diplomacy- ISIS sympathisers of Kerala origin deported

The India-UAE pact to fight terror jointly seems to be paying off. While last week the UAE launched investigations into the properties owned by Dawood Ibrahim and his gang, now two persons looking to join the ISIS have been deported to Kerala. 31 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

Revealed: What the Hurriyat told Pakistan PM in confidential note?

New Delhi, Sept 3: On Wednesday the Hurriyat Conference wrote a letter to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharrif and marked it confidential.
Although the contents of the letter was not made public, sources now tell OneIndia that they thanked the Pakistan PM for the stance he had taken on the Kashmir issue. 36 more words

Vicky Nanjappa