And they had a king over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon.
September has arrived again. A month I look forward to because I’m an NFL fan, but also a month that brings with it the anniversary of 9/11. I lost a close family member on that day, and no matter how many years pile up between then and now, I find myself reliving those feelings and memories. I’ve been told a few times to forget 9/11 and put it behind me, but to me that’s akin to forcing yourself to forget a murdered family member, and many other Americans. The perpetrators have escaped justice, and they are still on the loose fulfilling their agenda.
Continue reading September
As we have seen over the past eighteen months or so, Russia (and by Russia I mean Russian President Vladimir Putin) doesn’t really care what the rest of the world (especially the West) thinks of them and by their multiple acts of defiance the rest of the world should care and to take it further the world should be worried; very, very worried. Continue reading Oil Prices Crashing, Putin’s Russia Rising
Vladimir Putin has ended his absence, and returned to the public eye, but not without controversy of course. The video originally released by ABC news of Putin’s return was from January 5, 2015, which led to further speculation that the main stream media was hiding something. It also led to further speculation by the News Monkey as to whether NBC respects the American IQ or attention span anymore. The answer is no. Russia Today then released a video yesterday on March 16, 2015 of Mr. Putin meeting with the President of Kyrgyzstan in St. Petersburg as scheduled . Continue reading Putin has returned
Over the last two days, myself and everyone who has a blog, a YouTube channel, a Twitter account, or any access whatsoever to comment on the mysterious public disappearance of Vladimir Putin has speculated wildly on the recent events.
Oddly enough the main stream media hasn’t touched the story with a 50 foot flag pole. The main stream media may have a good reason, but from the past, they have proven themselves untrustworthy, and agenda driven.
Continue reading Where is Putin?
Good morning from somewhere in the USA. Last night American and coalition forces began a bombing campaign focused in the northern part of Syria against ISIS targets centered around Ar-Raqqah.
Continue reading Obama vs. ISIS (The bombing has begun)
It may appear I’m being sensational with the Obama/Baphomet photo as my featured image, but my question remains a good one. There was much confusion in conspiracy land as to why most main stream media outlets ran with the ‘Obama Horn’ photo as their thumbnail to advertise his ISIS strategy speech.
Message boards and YouTube videos claimed the photo was “photo shopped”, and some even claimed a green screen was used because the background didn’t appear to match up with the video. After further analysis, the photo was indeed taken from the President’s speech on 9/10. In order to get the “horns” into view behind his head, the shot from the cameraman must have a came in at a very low angle. Continue reading Why did the media use the Obama horn photo?
ISIS announced today they have named Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as “the caliph” of their new state and the “leader for Muslims everywhere”. They also requested they should no longer be known as ISIS or ISIL, but simply as ‘The Islamic State’.
According to Russia Today:
This is the first time since the fall of the Ottoman Empire in 1923 that a Caliph – which means a political successor to Prophet Muhammad – has been declared. The decision was made following the group’s Shura Council meeting on Sunday, according to ISIS spokesman Abu Mohammed al-Adnani.
Continue reading ISIS declares the Islamic Caliphate
I would be worried. In the 80’s we were on the brink of nuclear annihilation, or at least that’s what we were told. The fear that one day the USA and the Soviet Union might edge too close to direct conflict, and then bam!!! Nuclear war! The fear was always there, and we had plenty of movies, and even video games to remind us of the horrible reality. Continue reading Cold War Dreaming (or if this were the 80’s I would be worried!)
The S-300 is all the rage these days. This because Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has hinted that his country is now in possession of the vaunted Russian anti-aircraft system. al-Assad also warned Israel that Syria will not stand idly by if they are attacked again by the IDF. Continue reading The S-300 Missile
Assad admitted on Tuesday June 26th that Syria is in a state of war, and asked his government to spare no effort to achieve victory. The fighting has been going on for about 16 months now, and yesterday there were reports that fighting has reached the Syrian capital Damascus. The rebels were reported as blocking the “old road” from Beirut to Damascus.
This is a major change for Bashar al-Assad, because up until now he’s downplayed the insurrection in his country. I believe the fighting in the capital has woken him to the realization that NATO will not rest until he is removed from power. The goal of NATO is to dominate all of the middle east and keep Russia and China out. Once Syria is gone only Iran will stand in NATO’s way.
I’m sure Russia is fully aware of this, and it makes sense now why Vlad Putin stopped off in Israel to speak to Netanyahu. Turkey on the other hand won’t attack Syria without NATO help, and they are already backing down from their strong rhetoric after their Jet was shot down. They talk tough, but they don’t act tough. One only has to think back to when Turkish citizens were killed by the IDF enroute to Gaza. Turkey basically did the politically equivalent of yelling at them, and said bad, bad, bad Israel!
I don’t see NATO putting boots on the ground in Syria, until they wait a few more months to see how their “rebels” do. The stakes have been raised by Russia. If Russia back’s off, then Syria’s days are quickly reduced. I’m ceasing to write on the subject of Syria until something of serious significance changes for the better or the worse.
I hope for the better, but I’m afraid it’s obvious the direction this has taken.