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The Dragon-Wolf in Nepal: "Nepal stops Tibetan refugees from celebrating Dalai Lama's birthday"

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Tibetans ran from the Chinese-wolf and mostly abandoned Tibet. Now the Chinese pursue them because wolves always pick off the weakest first. Sorry...but I don't wave Tibetan prayer flags and chant about their wisdom and holiness.

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Government Center Seized in Hong Kong: History unfolding as Legislative Council seized -- and I was there inside

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Significant events are unfolding here in Hong Kong. (This was last night)

Last night, protestors (or maybe APs: agent provocateurs) stormed the Legislative Council building. People here often call it LegCo.

This is serious.

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Aggression increasing in Hong Kong: you may have seen some of the reports today

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I spent some hours at two separate protests today. The first was pro-CCP (Chinese Communist Party) where this lady in the video participated. The second protest was anti-CCP.

A big protest/clash will start in about 15 hours from now, at 1500 hours local time, Hong Kong. Anything can happen. It may turn lethal. I have no idea. I will be in the middle, like normal.

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Farewell to Barbara and George H.W. Bush

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Amazing that Barbara and George were married 73 years. Barbara led the way only months ago. George was sure to follow soon. He must have terribly missed Barbara.

Should we mourn the loss of two such well spent lives? Such lives should be celebrated. Only their bodies are gone. They wore out their flesh but their souls are still here. Good people never die.

Barbara and President Bush fought the good fight, they finished the course, they kept the faith.

President Trump and The Prince of Doom

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911, what is your emergency?

Countless journalists and others have dedicated substantial portions of the recent two years screaming that President Trump would start a war.

All this time later -- we were all supposed to be dead by now -- Trump has utterly failed at starting a war beyond Twitter.

But now, the latest great hope for Trump war rests on the brutal murder of a Saudi citizen by Saudi citizens almost certainly ordered by King Tut himself, probably while sitting in a gold jacuzzi with Stoney Daniels or whatever her name is.

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Trump says he's reducing Central American aid over migrants

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"The three countries received a combined more than $500 million in funding from the U.S. in fiscal year 2017."
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Cut it in half. If that does not work, keep cutting it in half month after month.

These countries should be amazingly wealthy. They live in a secure part of the world, other than from themselves. All three countries have access to the sea.

Honduras and Guatemala have access to the Pacific and Gulf of Mexico, with easy access to the United States and major markets across the world.

El Salvador sits right there on the Pacific.

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America and the Saudi Dilemma – a quick note from Asia

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Many words flying around: "Why doesn't Trump do something!?" (Always the interrobang on this one.)

Firstly, let's talk about precedence and reality. The world is filled with savagery. Pick any compass heading and there will be savagery. Often under our own feet.

Why doesn't Trump turn the seas into fresh water to solve the water crisis!? Why doesn't Merkel do this? Putin? That guy Xi?

Well, back to precedence.

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Chinese and Russian Information War Backfires: "China’s Leaders Confront an Unlikely Foe: Ardent Young Communists"

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The New York Times article linked at the bottom discussing the Chinese backfire is worth a slow, quiet read.

But first, Yuri Bezmenov, the famous KGB defector, talks about this problem during his interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bX3EZCVj2XA

Yuri is worth watching start to end. I have published him numerous times.

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Washington Mob Rule: Trump orders FBI to investigate Kavanaugh amid sex misconduct allegations

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1) FBI has already been caught red-handed trying to influence the election. There is no escaping this. No wiggle room. Simply busted.

2) Even if FBI were neutral.... No credible investigation, analysis, and report, and be conducted can completed in one week.

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Women in Infantry: Dumbest. Thing. Ever.

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image003Suicide Car bomb: Our men were burning alive -- only brute strength and courage could get them out. Every second counted.

Secretary of Defense and former Infantryman James Mattis is under attack for experience-based common sense.

This is far beyond normal idiocy. This is the Twilight Zone of stupid.

I served in the Army during peacetime, and then later spent more combat time with infantry troops than just about any war correspondent you ever have heard of. That top 1% of 1%, I was there. Just like Joe Galloway and very few others.

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More Articles ...

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  2. RAVENS CHALLENGE: Counter-Drone Technology to be demonstrated in Thailand: US Military Coming -- American firms staying home
  3. Canada Mass shooting: name of killer not yet released -- and for good reason: OODA Loop
  4. Driving Mrs. Feinstein: Crucial, unpublished information about Feinstein’s 20-year spy
  5. Green Beret final Training Test: "It will look and sound like a war in 19 NC counties. It's supposed to"
  6. British Army Buddies: The Tragic Suicides of Kevin Williams and John Paul Finnigan
  7. Combat, Cannibals, and other True Campfire Stories
  8. Scott Helvenston was lost in Iraq on 31 March 2004
  9. Censorship: Facebook Strikes Again, in Favor of North Koreans
  10. Facebook Blocked my Account, Again
  11. Morgan Freeman Exposed
  12. Afghanistan: Trump Going in Circles
  13. Iraq: How I got the Ammo to shoot at the al Qaeda Guy
  14. Thailand: Rivers of Tears Flow Tonight
  15. Danger Close as E-Book
  16. ไมเคิล ยอน นักข่าวอิสระชาวสหรัฐชี้ นักข่าวต่างชาติและภรรยา มีเจตนาไม่หวังดีต่อประเทศไทย
  17. Crucial Declassified Document
  18. 911 Call: Former Ambassador Kristie Kenney back in Thailand
  19. American Unrest: Officers Shot, Killed in Dallas
  20. Happy Independence Day you bunch of New World Traitors!
  21. My Encounter with Eurocracy, and Why Digital Cameras Have a 30 Minute Video Recording Limit
  22. Brexit shocked Germany and the rest of Europe
  23. Orlando Shooting: Excellent Piece by Marine Tim Lynch
  24. I called Newt Gingrich about Donald Trump
  25. Possible Chemical Weapons attack in Northern Iraq
  26. 慰安婦問題と 米国
  27. Suicide Claims 14th Marine From a Unit Battered by Loss
  28. Deuce Four: B. General Erik Kurilla makes an Amazing Speech
  29. Tiger the Kitten and Cuddles the Flying Snake
  30. Upcoming Talk with: Vejjajiva Abhisit, former Prime Minister of Thailand
  31. Ice Horse in Iraq
  32. Truth Wanted: $10,000 Reward (Update 14 December 2015 -- Reward is now $20,000)
  33. Afghanistan: General John Campbell -- I do not trust him
  34. Be a Palm Tree: Tobacco, Rebel Flag, 2nd Amendment
  35. Central Washington University Earns Failing Grade in History
  36. Detailed Review of the Film “Scottsboro Girls”
  37. Email from a US War Hero and former POW in Vietnam
  38. Comfort Women Scam Splashing in Canada
  39. Al Jazeera on the World War II Sex-Slave issue
  40. Ferguson Shooting: Why did the officer not shoot Brown in the legs?

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