Category Archives: Missile launch

Obama’s fantasy based foreign policy is untenable in our dangerous world.


Life in a world of fantasy can often be pleasant for small children. For adults, it is far more dangerous. On March 2nd, the Editorial Board of the often left-leaning Washington Post published an editorial titled President Obama’s foreign policy is … Continue reading

Posted in Atomic bomb, Commander in Chief, Dove of peace, Fantasy, History, Iran, Israel, John Kerry, Khamenei, Libruls, Middle East, Military, Missile launch, Netanyahu, Obama's America Now, P5+1, Peace in our time, Reality, Rouhani, Russia | Tagged , , , , , , | 5 Comments

The P5+1 “No Nukes for Iran” Scam is becoming even clearer: an update


It’s domestic politics, ideology and rejection of reality all the way down. As I attempted to demonstrate in January, the English language text of the P5+1 “deal” with Iran has a comforting preface expressing a general intention to keep Iran from getting nuclear weapons. … Continue reading

Posted in 2014, Apathy, Appeasement, Biden, Cairo, Congress, Conservatives, Dove of peace, Freedom, History, Iran, John Kerry, Libruls, Middle East, Military, Missile launch, Netanyahu, Obama's America, P5+1, Peace in our time, Peace process, Politics, Sanctions, Unified State of Obama | Tagged , , , , , | 10 Comments

Israel can have peace by merely relinquishing her land and security


What could go wrong with that? This is a re-post of an article written last December when Palestinians exercised their universal human right to send missiles and freedom fighters (messengers of peace and love) to hateful Israeli settlements and elsewhere in Palestine. … Continue reading

Posted in Abuse of Power, Ambassador RIce, Border closings, Clinton, Conservatives, Culture, Democracy, Dove of peace, El Paso, Executive Decree, Freedom, Hispanic, History, Jews, Juarez, la Raza, Libruls, Missile launch, Netanyahu, Obama, Peace and Love, Politics, Unified State of Obama, United States | Tagged , , , , , , , | 8 Comments

Israel, Saudi Arabia, Iran and the United States


The Stratfor analysis reprinted below is interesting but has at least one glaring error as well as many dubious conclusions. According to the Stratfor analysis, The logic here suggests a process leading to the elimination of all sanctions in exchange … Continue reading

Posted in 2014, Atomic bomb, History, Ideology, Iran, Iranian Election, Islamic rage, Islamists, Israel, Jews, Khamenei, Libruls, Middle East, Military, Missile launch, Muslims, Netanyahu, New Deal, Nuclear weapons, Obama, Obama's America Now, P5+1, Peace and Love, Politics, Russia, Sanctions, Saudi Arabia, Stratfor, Trust, U.S. Military, Uncategorized, United States | Tagged , , , , , | 6 Comments

President Obama’s Bluff on Syria has been Called


Red lines should not be drawn without anticipating their likely consequences or what will have to be done if they are crossed. President Obama seems not even to have considered either. Are we going to war in the Middle East? … Continue reading

Posted in 2016 Obama's America, Commander in Chief, Islamists, Middle East, Military, Missile launch, Muslim Brotherhood, Obama, Politics, Regime change, Russia, Stratfor, U.S. Military, United States | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 12 Comments

China, Iran and North Korea — a radioactive stew


It’s being prepared for our dinner. Should we eat it? How would it affect us and What should be done instead? Relations between China and North Korea seem, cosmetically, to be getting chillier. China joined the unanimous U.N. Security Council … Continue reading

Posted in 2016 Obama's America, Appeasement, Atomic bomb, Chamberlain, Chavez, Climate change, Conservatives, Cuban, Education, Food for North Korea, Government reliance, Ideology, Illegal immigration, Iran, Kim Jong-un, Korea, Korea speculation, Military, Missile launch, North Korea, Nuclear weapon test, Nuclear weapons, Obama, Politics, Propaganda, Retaliation by North Korea, Sanctions, U.S. Military, United States, Venezuela | Tagged , | 28 Comments

North Korea’s Nukes and the Ferocious Kim Jong-un


Will the Democratic Peoples’ Republic of Korea (DPRK) test another atomic bomb soon and will the test “target” the United States? It seems likely, but how might it be done? The world has been awaiting another North Korean nuclear test … Continue reading

Posted in Atomic bomb, Black holes, China, Clinton, Food for North Korea, History, Iran, Kim Dynasty, Kim Jong-un, Korea, Korea speculation, Luxury, Missile launch, North Korea, North Korea's nukes, Nuclear weapon test, Nuclear weapons, Obama, Reporting, Sanctions, United States | Tagged , | 8 Comments

Two Thousandth Missile from Mexico Hits El Paso, Texas Area.


No end is in sight as the United Nations directs the U.S. to negotiate a peaceful settlement. Following years of demands by la Raza that the United States relinquish all occupied territories to Mexico, missiles began falling on El Paso, … Continue reading

Posted in 2016 Obama's America, Ambassador RIce, Boehner, Border closings, Clinton, Conspiracy theories, Democrats, El Paso, Free Press, Humor, Israel, Juarez, la Raza, Mexico, Missile launch, Netanyahu, Obama, Palestine, Palestinian heroes, Politics, Right wing extremists, Satire, United States | Tagged | 15 Comments

Negotiating without understanding


When we don’t understand what other countries mean we usually screw up. That can be unhealthy. North Korea is either developing nuclear weapons or it is not. Ditto Iran. Both could give our home-grown “statesmen” lessons in flip-flopping to appeal … Continue reading

Posted in Appeasement, Babel Fish, Brutality, Chamberlain, China, Cultural differences, Culture, Democracy, Elections, Empathy, Facts, Food for North Korea, Freedom, Headlines, History, Ideology, Iran, Iranian Election, Islamist rage, Israel, Kim Dynasty, Korea, Linguistics, Military, Missile launch, Muslims, Netanyahu, North Korea's nukes, Nuclear weapon test, Nuclear weapons, Obama, Peace, Politics, Regime change, Religion, Sanctions, United States | Tagged , | 2 Comments

North Korea, Kim Jong-un and the Big Bad Bomb


Unsuccessful negotiations with Iran to avoid nuclear weapons development have been much in the news.  Her frequent collaborator North Korea — which has already made and tested nuclear devices — is lurking in the background while we await her delayed … Continue reading

Posted in Ahmadinejad, Appeasement, Border closings, China, Criticism sessions, Culture, Democracy, Food aid, Food for North Korea, Hard Currency, History, Ideology, Iran, Kim Dynasty, Kim Jong-il, Kim Jong-un, Korea, Korea speculation, Luxury, Malnutrition, Missile launch, North Korea's nukes, Nuclear weapon test, Nuclear weapons, Opinion, Peace, Peace and Love, Regime change, Retaliation by North Korea, Sanctions, Shortages, United States | Tagged , | 11 Comments