Category Archives: Military Affairs

Told you so.

” …but no good for the civilized world can come from the deposition of Hosni Mubarak.” Me, in this blog, 2011.01.30 Told you so…and no; I don’t hate to say it. I believe that all history is cyclic, not linear or … Continue reading

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Questions for the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize Recipient – James S. Robbins

“If U.S. involvement in the civil war in Libya does not constitute a war as defined by the War Powers Act, why are the troops conducting operations there receiving imminent danger pay? And now that Syrian dictator Bashar Assad has … Continue reading

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Grim Assessment…

Well, I guess he would know, huh? Eli Shaked, a former Israeli ambassador to Cairo, offered a grim assessment Sunday in the daily Yediot Ahronot. “The assumption at present is that Mubarak’s regime is living on borrowed time, and that … Continue reading

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Jimmy Carter II – Will We Ever Learn?

Doing the same things and expecting different results: yes, it’s insane, but governments revel in their eagerness to repeat mistakes again and again. I’ve concluded that it’s often intentional. Our political and bureaucratic apparatchiks are supposedly drawn from our “best … Continue reading

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Chung Kuo – The Wheel Turns…

Why would Jim Beeland Rogers, Jr., – one of America’s most prescient and successful investors – sell his New York City mansion for $16m and move himself, his family, and his life to Singapore at age 65? Why is his … Continue reading

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US concerned over China’s rapid development of new weapons

Duh. Some us have been warning of this for YEARS. “US defence secretary Robert Gates says China’s rapidly developing defence capabilities are worrisome to the US.” “They [China] clearly have potential to put some of our capabilities at risk,” Gates … Continue reading

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