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Blackwater Founder’s Disturbing Plan to Privatize Afghanistan War Gains Ground

By Jake Johnson As President Donald Trump vents his frustration with the United States’ “losing” strategy in Afghanistan, the “notorious mercenary” and Blackwater founder Erik Prince has seized the moment to offer his adored alternative: privatize the war. According to a report by Katrina Manson of the Financial Times on Monday, Prince has drafted a proposal—dated Aug …

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UN War Crimes Prosecutor Quits Commission After Unable To Frame, Prosecute Assad – Blames Russia

By Brandon Turbeville An general fight crimes prosecutor has quiescent from her position on the U.N.’s Investigative Panel into human rights abuses in Syria over her disappointment per the viewed unfitness of the elect and the miss of ability to prosecute fight criminals. Essentially, Carla Del Ponte is resigning given …

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China Will Defend North Korea Against America if the US Attacks First

By James Holbrooks Allegiances are solidifying in the Asia-Pacific. On Friday, China, which has remained comparatively still as tensions have peaked between the United States and North Korea over the past week, famous that “it needs to make transparent its position to all sides” and did so in an editorial in its state-run Global …

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Continuity of Agenda: Trump’s “Fire and Fury” Brewed Under Bush, Obama

By Tony Cartalucci The United States has expelled a provocative hazard to North Korea of “fire and fury.” Following it up, the Guardian would report in its article, “Trump on North Korea: maybe ‘fire and fury’ wasn’t tough adequate threat,” serve threats being made: Donald Trump has expelled another provocative …

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5 Stories You’re Missing While the Media Hypes a Nuclear War With North Korea

Op-Ed by Carey Wedler This week, many Americans are some-more shocked of North Korea than usual, with some scrambling to buy supplies in case of a nuclear canon as at slightest one inner government offers advice to residents on how to tarry a blast. Though Americans are unsure about Trump’s proceed to North Korea, a majority agree that the …

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Iran Threatens to Send Warships to Atlantic and Ramp Up Nuclear Activities if US Continues Sanctions

By Aaron Kesel Amid Americans’ concerns that North Korea threatened to launch a barb at Guam, Iran is formulation on building up a squadron of warships in the Atlantic Ocean, while Iranian personality Hassan Rouhani has threatened to revitalize the country’s nuclear program if the U.S. continues “threats and sanctions.” If Washington continues …

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