‘US to face blowback of attack on Syria’


  1. #1 by Tim on 09/08/2013 - 9:34

    Absolutely correct Mark. Mark Glenn has spoken on this before. Americans are by in large isolated in their self esteme, and carry a 360 blind spot as pertains to how the rest of hamanity view them. Hopefully that is changeing.

    However you want to emphasise it, the USA is in decline. It’s track record forshadows the prospect of them having few freinds around the world when that decline reaches it’s nadar.

    Realistically, how in the name of all that’s right, could they even begin to make amends?

  2. #2 by Ingrid B on 09/08/2013 - 9:34

    Isn`t it time for real change, not just in the US, but also the other countries whose “leaders” come under the control of the supremacist jewish cabal. Time for independent parties to step forward, and push for popularity..

  3. #3 by Todd Raine on 09/08/2013 - 9:34

    “Our revolution will not win unless we destroy th British Empire” Karl Marx. “Zionism and Communism are two sides of the same coin” Douglas Reed. They, the monsters that charade as Gods people, need one more world war to achieve their World gov’t. Reed, God rest his soul, also said with Zionist getting Israel, they had gauranteed a third one. I would encourage all to read his books for an eyes on commentary of both world wars to the Zionist transfer of power to America. Far and Wide and Controversy of Zion are must read. I just received Your book Mr. Glenn. Looking forward to this read. I have enjoyed and learned much from your articles.

  4. #4 by Tim on 09/08/2013 - 9:34

    Here’s a nice map of the Western Hemisphere. See Venezuela? See United States?


    Russia again proves that it helps to have ‘friends’ around (the world) when you need one.

    ‘Russian fleet docks in Venezuela’

    A fleet of Russian naval warships has docked in Venezuela aimed at strengthening cooperation ties between the two countries, the Venezuelan military says.

    The navy fleet, including the “Moskva” missile cruiser and three anti-submarine vessels, arrived on Monday at the La Guaira port.


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