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US Syria Pullout? A Saigon Moment?

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
US Syria Pullout? A Saigon Moment? 

by Stephen Lendman ( – Home – Stephen Lendman)

The 1972 Church/Case amendment ended congressional funding for US military operations in Southeast Asia — except for withdrawal of Pentagon forces, subject to release of prisoners of war.

In June 1973, congressional legislation ended all funding after August 15. After escalating Southeast Asia war to Cambodia and Laos, wanting it ended was a key reason why US dark forces sought Nixon’s removal from office. 

Threatening entrenched military/industrial/security and other interests marked him for removal

— Trump targeted the same way now. Dems, CIA elements, and supportive media also want revenge for winning an election he was supposed to lose.

On April 30, 1975, US forces completed their withdrawal from the rooftop of its Saigon embassy, ending over a decade of aggression against a nonbelligerent state threatening no one.

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Vote on Johnson’s No-Brexit/Brexit Deal Delayed

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
Vote on Johnson’s No-Brexit/Brexit Deal Delayed

by Stephen Lendman ( – Home – Stephen Lendman)

A rare Saturday session was held to resolve Brexit up or down. 

Not so fast. Forty months after Brits narrowly voted to leave the EU on June 23, 2016, the issue remains unresolved. More on Saturday’s below.

Johnson struck a no-deal/Brexit deal with Brussels Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn called worst than Theresa May’s betrayal of the public trust, rejected by MPs three times.

Johnson and EU leaders pretended to resolve the Irish backstop Brexit sticking point by unacceptably redefining it.

Britain, Northern Ireland, and the Republic of Ireland want an open Irish border, without customs checks or other impediments for commerce and people to move freely throughout the island territory — what the April 1998 Good Friday Agreement set in place, a hard border eliminated.

Johnson and Brussels squared the circle by
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Russian Foreign Ministry on Anti-Russian Media, Syria, Venezuela and Cuba

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
Russian Foreign Ministry on Anti-Russian Media, Syria, Venezuela and Cuba

by Stephen Lendman ( – Home – Stephen Lendman)

Merriam-Webster defines journalism as “the collection and editing of news for presentation through the media…a direct presentation of facts or description of events without an attempt at interpretation.”

The American Press Institute calls the profession “communication that keeps us informed of the changing events, issues, and characters in the world outside,” adding: 

Its “purpose is…to provide citizens with the information they need to make the best possible decisions about their lives, their communities, their societies, and their governments.”

According to the above definitions, journalism the way it’s supposed to be flagrantly breached by US and and Western establishment media — propaganda bullhorns replacing it, keeping people uninformed and unaware of
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Support Our Troops: Bring Them Back Home To America

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Opinion Column by Frosty Wooldridge
Every time I see a bumper sticker reading, “Support Our Troops”, I want to puke.  After 18 years fighting two wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, what do we have to show for it?  Answer: nothing but human misery!

I remember when I slogged through basic training at Fort Benning, Georgia, 1968, E-8-2, I figured I was a walking dead man.  My buddies wrote me from Nam with letters that said, “The Military Industrial Complex” that Ike talked about makes those CEO’s tons of money and gets us killed.  We’re not trying to win this war, just prolonging it.  Westmoreland is full of sh*t.” 

In Iraq and Afghanistan, we’ve wasted $6,000,000,000,000.00 (trillion) on ‘forever wars’ that accomplished nothing but death and destruction of people and countries.  Presently, we spend over $4,000,000,000.00 (billion) monthly.  Note that we carry a $22 trillion national debt.

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NLP for Beginners Mastering Neuro-Linguistic Programming: The Secrets and Methods for Beginners in Dark Psychology That You Need for Manipulation, Mind Control, Influencing People, NLP and Persuasion

Have you ever wondered why people act the way they do? Do you feel like you can’t get a read on folks? Do you wish you could simply look at people and know what they are thinking? Do you think developing skills like that require superpowers? Hardly! In this book,… Continue reading

2020 Mustang

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News Story Source: Eric Peters Autos
If you buy a new Mustang – which is available with a 332 horsepower turbocharged four cylinder engine.

This four cylinder makes more power and performs better than classic-era Mustang V8 engines –  including the 1970 Boss 302 Mustang’s V8. At the time, it was one of the highest-performance V8s you could buy.

But the times have changed.

What It Is

Mustang is the Coke of cars – everyone knows what it is, even if they aren’t car people.

Ford has been building them continuously and successfully since 1964 – making it the only muscle car to have survived not only the muscle car era of the ’60s but also the Disco era of the ’70s, the Reagan era of the ’80s and the Ricer era of the ’90s and still be alive and kicking today.

Its primary rivals – the Dodge Challenger and Chevy Camaro – both got cancelled and had to be resurrected. Neither was able to maintain the intergenerational following the Mustang has sustai
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PG&E Estimates 2029-2033 Until They Fix Grid Fire Danger Problems

Read more on this subject: EnergyNews Story Source: Next Big FutureThe wind gusts only reached about 40 mph in some areas. Many areas that had power cutoff with very little wind. Wind speeds were averaging 5-15 mph.

The number of power shutoffs will d… Continue reading