Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Can a Military Confrontation with North Korea be Avoided?

Can a Military Confrontation with North Korea be Avoided?

It appears that the president will pressure the Chinese and Russians to reduce the current threat to the U. S. If it appears America is in imminent danger, an American surprise attack might be deemed absolutely essential to prevent a nuclear bomb from being dropped on a U. S. city. Trump has promised the threat “will be handled.” Gen. Terrence J. O’Shaughnessy, U. S. Pacific Air Forces commander, has been quoted in the press as saying: “If called upon, we are ready to respond with rapid, lethal, and overwhelming force at a time and place of our choosing.” Apparently, if diplomacy fails, military plans are available and are being developed further. [more...]

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

North Korean’s Relationship with Iran


There is one facet of the North Korean problem that has hardly received any mention. That is reports of North Korea’s continuing collaborative relationship with Iran, enabling both countries’ nuclear programs to advance. According to two Israeli experts whom have studied the matter, “Iran is circumventing the restrictions on its nuclear program under the nuclear agreement with the P5+1 countries by collaborating with North Korea on missile development and modifying missiles for nuclear weapons.” They believe that a “strategic, military-technological collaboration” between the two countries is likely underway right now. With one rogue nuclear armed state that has already been threatening nuclear war working with a wannabe nuclear armed state that is the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism, the risk to U.S. and international security is multiplied exponentially unless steps can be taken to stop the collaboration in its tracks. [more...]

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Vetoes Sink Latest UN Security Council Resolution on Syrian Chemical Weapons


The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons-UN Joint Investigative Mechanism (JIM), which was established in August 2015 under a unanimously approved Security Council resolution, was assigned the responsibility to determine who was responsible for a series of chemical attacks since 2013 that killed Syrian civilians. The independent expert panel concluded that there was sufficient evidence to determine that the Syrian government had used chemical weapons on three separate occasions from 2014 to 2015, while ISIS had used them at least once. With that conclusion in hand, the United States, United Kingdom and France introduced a draft resolution on February 28th imposing sanctions under Chapter VII of the UN Charter on Syrian government officials and entities linked to the chemical weapons attacks; placing an embargo on arms sales and chemicals intended to be used as weapons; and establishing a sanctions committee and panel of experts to monitor the implementation of these measures. Russia and China vetoed the draft resolution, which blocked its adoption. Bolivia also voted no. Nine Security Council members voted yes, and three abstained. [more...]

Monday, January 9, 2017

How the Obama Administration Has Emboldened the Palestinian Death Cult


Thanks to the anti-Israel United Nations Security Council Resolution 2334, which the Obama administration shamefully permitted to pass without a veto, the Palestinians have now been given the cover of so-called international law to justify their actions. In their twisted minds, since the UN resolution claimed the establishment of settlements by Israel, including in east Jerusalem, has "no legal validity and constitutes a flagrant violation under international law," the Palestinians should have the “right” to kill any Israeli residents and soldiers who are present where they do not belong. That is not terrorism, according to this perverted logic. It is “heroic” resistance against an international law breaker. And calling for such resistance is not the incitement to commit acts of terror that the resolution condemned in general terms. [more...]