Monthly Archives: August 2017

Enemy of my enemy is an enemy

Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has written a cautionary article expressing his fears about America’s interests after the defeat of ISIS. Kissinger says:  In these circumstances, the old saying” enemy of my enemy, is a friend “no longer applies in the contemporary Middle East, as the enemy of your enemy may also be your enemy,” he means that ...

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Syria inflicts the biggest defeat in the CIA’s history

Washington and its allies have failed to come up with a viable, democratic or moderate political solution nor an acceptable alternative to replace the Syrian government, David Ignatius wrote in the Washington Post. Journalist Joashua  Landis, meanwhile, affirmed that the CIA-backed opposition has fought side by side with ISIS until January 2014. As back as 2012, the United States  knew ...

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Successive Victories Making Ford’s Prediction comes true

It is not surprising that Qatar reduced its funding for the Turkey-based Syrian Coalition and all the received funds are barely enough for one month, as opposition sources told to Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper. Hence, the coalition reduced the number of its staff and launched a voluntary work. It is worth mentioning that the coalition started to have defection amongst them ...

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Siberian eternal life bacteria

Although the “elixir of life” was associated with myths and dreams of immortality and eternal youth, a Russian biological scientist opened the door of renewed energy and health! Anatoli Brouchkov, head of the Geocryology Department at Moscow State University responded to this “dilemma” in a purely scientific way and experimented on himself what could be described as the elixir of ...

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The world’s most powerful free electron laser XFEL

Russia is participating in an international project in Hamburg, Germany, to create the world’s most powerful free electron laser, XFEL. This laser complex will allow for unprecedented research in materials, chemistry, biology and nanotechnology,including virus studies and measurement of cell molecule components, as well as taking three-dimensional images of nano-composites and tracking high-speed chemical processes on the Online system, this ...

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Assad strategy allowed us to walk tall and free

by Thierry Meyssan :In 2011 when his country was subject to a jihadist siege, President Bashar el-Assad’s reaction was against the norm: rather than strengthening the powers of his security services, he cut them back. Six years on, his country is in the process of emerging victorious, in the most important war since Vietnam. This same type of aggression is unfolding ...

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Damascus International Fair and the Economic Cycle Launching

The Times published an article by Hannah Lucinda Smith entitled President Al-Assad invites friendly nations to rebuild Syria, saying: “In a sign of President Assad’s growing confidence that he has snatched back control of Syria, the first international trade fair in five years opens today in the capital, Damascus”. “The strategic road leading to the fairground has been the scene ...

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The Hornet’s Nest Strategy

The CIA, the British intelligence and the  Israeli Mossad have collaborated together to create a terrorist  organization that may attract all extremists  from all over the world in one place, using a strategy called “Beehive” or “Hornet’s Nest Strategy, the former CIA Contractor Edward Snowden reportedly revealed. In a report  published by lesmoutonsrebelles.com,  Snowden reportedly noted that this strategy has ...

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The Viet Cong and the living conscience

In the early 1970s, the United States decided to negotiate with the Vietnamese rebels and asked them to send a delegation representing them in Paris to discuss the cessation of the war after Vietnam’s rebels delved into American troops. Thus , the(Viet Cong) sent a delegation consisting of four rebels, “two women and two men” The US intelligence has prepared ...

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