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Islam: What the West Needs to Know

Since this Ramadan is upon us, already Islamic terrorist attacks are taking place. Sadly, a tragic bombing occurred late last week in Manchester, England that claimed the lives of over twenty people and injured over a hundred. 95 more words

Great Britain

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This is my personal response/rant to the bombing in Manchester.  For anyone who doesn’t know an Ariana Grande concert was bombed by an ISIS suicide bomber.   107 more words

We're All Going to Die - A Review of Raven Rock by Garrett Graff

One of my fascinations is with alternate history. I appreciate a well thought-out, well written alternate history that forces me to think through what actually happened in the past and what could have happened under certain circumstances. 769 more words

Book Review

Are We Fighting Terrorism, Or Creating More Terrorism?

When we think about terrorism we most often think about the horrors of a Manchester-like attack, where a radicalized suicide bomber went into a concert hall and killed dozens of innocent civilians. 157 more words

Asia-Pacific Region: Intelligence Summary: 29 May 2017

David McDonald – Asia-Pacific Section Chief

North Korea Fires SCUD-class Ballistic Missile, Japan Protests

29 May 2017

Reuters (SEOUL) – On 29 May, North Korea (DPRK) fired a SCUD-class, short range missile into the Sea of Japan.  449 more words


Politicians Are Violence Brokers and Nothing More, by Bill Buppert

In most countries at most times, the government is the entity with the greatest capacity to inflict violence. So why should government attract “violence brokers”? From Bill Buppert at zerogov.com: 426 more words


Britain’s history of collusion with terror

from The Crimes of Britain

When Britain’s collusion with death squads across the ‘Middle East’ and Africa is mentioned it falls on deaf ears. The only time you’ll hear of Britain’s open collaboration with these forces are when they are branded ‘moderates’ or ‘rebels’ by the British media. 1,064 more words