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Assange’s Twitter Account Mysteriously Deleted, Reappears Hours Later Under Strange Circumstances

Update 2: in another odd twist, on Monday morning, the US Navy’s official Twitter account posted just these words in quotes “Julian Assange” which it then quickly deleted. Wikileaks captured a screenshot of the tweet as shown below: Here a screenshot of the deleted @USNavy Christmas tweet about @JulianAssange. Note the use of quotation marks.https://t.co/Asfw6cH6C7 […]

Israeli Military Capabilities – Scenarios For The Third Lebanon War

Via Southfront.org, The Current State of Affairs At the present time, Israel’s top political leadership is in the state of outright hysteria regarding Lebanese Hezbollah.  Senior Israeli officials have repeatedly claimed that Israel will not allow Hezbollah and Iran to concentrate its forces in border areas and to expand their influence in the region, particularly in […]

Boeing Unveils New Drone Which Will “Change The Future Of Air Power”

Boeing’s IR team had been working around the clock for today’s unveiling of the ‘Batmobile’ style unmanned refueling tanker drone. For days, the internet had been in suspense, trying to guess what Boeing’s big surprise would  be. To boost the suspense, the company’s twitter account released a statement last week saying the new aircraft is […]

NATO Crisis: Germany’s Entire Submarine Fleet Is Paralyzed

Throughout 2017, America’s control of NATO policymaking has become more evident than ever, with the sole objective of war-making against Russia. NATO and Russia continue to build up arms, equipment, and troops along the eastern region of Europe, but there is a new development that has NATO worried. Germany’s operational readiness of its entire submarine fleet is […]

“Look At That Thing!” – The NYT Reveals The Pentagon’s Mysterious UFO Program

When tinfoil-hat-wearing conspiracy theories cross paths with massive 'defense' budgets and excited politicians, "stranger things" happen. Welcome to The Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. As The New York Times exposes, within the $600 billion annual Defense Department budgets, the $22 million spent on the program was almost impossible to find. Which was how the Pentagon […]

Russian Fighter Jet Flies Within 50 Feet Of US Spy Plane Causing “Violent Turbulence”

Russia scrambled a Su-30 fighter jet after detecting an American ?8? Poseidon reconnaissance aircraft over the Black Sea, according to a Defense Ministry statement. The US spy plane was approaching at high speed to the Russian border, the ministry said. The Russian fighter jet buzzed the US Navy reconnaissance plane at around 1pm local time […]

Frontrunning: November 24

Online sales surge, shoppers throng stores  (Reuters) A Split From Trump Indicates That Flynn Is Moving to Cooperate With Mueller (NYT) At least 85 people killed in attack on mosque in Egypt’s north Sinai (Reuters) Germany’s SPD Softens Stance on Merkel Talks Amid Deadlock (WSJ) Irish government set to fall weeks before Brexit summit (Reuters) […]

Navy Plane Crashes Into Pacific Off Okinawa With 11 Aboard; 3 Missing

In an incident reminiscent of the two accidents earlier this year involving Navy destroyers deployed in the Pacific, a Navy plane carrying 11 military personnel crashed Wednesday in the Pacific near Okinawa. Eight of the passengers have been rescued but three are still missing. The Navy said in a tweet that the eight were brought […]

Is It A Bird? A Plane? No, It’s A Giant Penis: Navy Apologizes For Pilot’s Pornographic Sky-Writing

Residents of Okanogan County, Washington woke up to some rather unusual cloud formations this morning courtesy of a couple of artistic Navy pilots stationed in nearby Whidbey Island.  Not surprisingly, the giant sky penis, which was described as the “most monumental thing to happen in Omak” by one Twitter user, sparked a wave of hilarious […]

Argentine Navy Loses Contact With Submarine

The Argentine Navy has launched a search mission for the diesel-electric submarine ARA San Juan (S-42) after losing contract with it on Wednesday. The 66-meter TR-1700 submarine has been in service since 1986 and carries a crew of about 40-44. Reports from the military indicate the vessel disappeared in the waters of Madryn, northern Patagonia, […]

The Arctic Silk Road: A Huge Leap Forward For China And Russia

Authored by Federico Pieraccini via The Strategic Culture Foundation, The Silk Road, renamed the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), is developing infrastructure along land and sea trade routes. However, little is known about China’s initiative in the Arctic Circle, which represents a new route that Beijing is now able to develop thanks to technology together […]

For The First Time In A Decade, US Puts On 3 Carrier “Show Of Force” Next To North Korea

Three US nuclear-powered Nimitz-class aircraft carriers representing nearly $30 billion of advanced military hardware put on show of force in the Western Pacific Ocean over the weekend, the first time three of the 100,000-ton behemoths have sailed together in a decade. Amidst heightened tensions with North Korea the USS Ronald Reagan, USS Nimitz, and the USS Theodore Roosevelt are […]

Who Killed President Kennedy And Why?

Via Oriental Review, In late October President Trump ordered that “the veil be lifted” from the investigation into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. More than 3,000 new, previously classified FBI, CIA, and Congressional documents were released to the public. A quick overview of the material shows that the bulk of it […]

Legendary Sportscaster Vin Scully: “I’ll Never Watch Another NFL Game”

A week after his old team lost to the Astros in the World Series, famed L.A. Dodgers Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully made an appearance at the Pasadena Civic Center last night for "An Evening With Vin Scully", where he shared some choice opinions about Major League Baseball, and professional sports more broadly. During […]

Is The U.S. Navy Being Truthful With Its Report On Recent Crash Incidents?

Authored by Duance Norman via Free Market Shooter blog, Recently, Free Market Shooter (as well as the US Navy) questioned the cause of a string of crashes involving Navy destroyers and cruisers… all occurring this year: Recently, the US military, unable to come up with a cause for the incidents, began investigating something else – “compromised computer […]