Wednesday, November 25, 2015

The NATO destruction of the RuAF SU-24 Fencer and Turkish murder of the Russian servicemen

Russia’s Interdiction of ISIS-Turkey Oil Trade and Attacks on Turkmen jihadi militants Poses Risk of Enlargement of Syrian Conflict
By: JiminNH
The increasing velocity of events in Syria indicates that the conflict may be ready to spill over into a larger conflagration and direct conflict between the forces of the AZ hegemon and the Resistance thereto. A couple of apparently un-related events have rapidly coalesced into armed conflict between an NATO member state and Russia, the consequences of which are yet to be revealed, but unlikely to be anything but more fuel on the fires of the not only the Syrian conflict but the war between the AZ empire and Russia.
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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Turkey Attacks Russia in Syria SITREP by Scott

Official statement of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation
Russian Su-24 aircraft shot down by Turkish F-16 fighter on its way to the Hmeymim airbase
The Russian Su-24 aircraft was shot down on its way to the Hmeymim airbase in the territory of the Syrian Arab Republic by a Turkish F-16 fighter.
Analysis of the objective monitoring data definitely showed that there had not been any violation of the Turkish air space.

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Nigerian Passport Renewal: Renewal application form and fees.

Renewing a Nigerian passport can come from a lot of diverse reasons and can be done without breaking a sweat to government and the general population. Nigeria Passport renewal can be finished over the Internet, via mail, or in person at an a government passport office. (There is a great online Nigerian Passport Renewal service than can also help you with Payment and send all the necessary documents to you via e-mail for processing at the nearest Nigerian consulate or Embassy. There method of Payment is Paypal or Money transfer. See that service here)

Saturday, November 21, 2015

What is Daesh’s endgoal?

by Non-Zionist Anglo Observer

The Saker’s excellent analysis on the position in Syria ‘after Paris’ poses several possibilities as to why Daesh appears to have a death wish, but frankly confesses to finding none of them satisfactory.

Under such circumstances, it is usually the best policy to eschew inherently unprovable conspiracy theories  (particularly since unrealistic ones do us all a grave disservice by potentially leading people to reject our points about the actually barely concealed and very real ‘conspiracy’ of the Anglo-Zionists and their allies to use Wahhabi terrorists as a weapon of foreign policy).

Better, I would suggest, to reach for the simple razor this predictive text stubbornly refuses me to allow to name!

USA SitRep November 21 by Auslander

SitRep, Auslander goes behind enemy lines

I have just returned from a trip to USA. It matters not why I had to go, it simply suffices to say it was not my choice and it will in all probability be my last journey west baring an emergency that requires my presence. I am getting old and such long journeys are pretty hard in regards to the time and strain of so many hours in flight.

Friday, November 20, 2015

7th of the Russian Intervention in Syria: dramatic surge in intensity

This week was clearly dominated by two major events: the terrorist attacks in Paris and the Russian official declaration that Kogalymavia Flight 9268 was, indeed, destroyed by a bomb.
First, I would notice that contrary to so many prediction that the Russians, Egyptians and other nations involved would lie and cover up this attack, this did not happen. Both the Russians and the Egyptians were open and honest about this attack from day 1. There is something to be learned here: while some politicians clearly have lost the ability to speak the truth even if they tried to, others did not. While lying is the standard operating procedure for most (all?) of “western” (Empire-run) states, this is still not the case everywhere else. It is simply wrong to assume that Russia is some kind of “anti-USA” and that the Kremlin has a policy of systematic deception like the White House. To the extend that Russia could be considered an “anti-USA” this ought to include categorically different methods and motives.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Samson Siasia's mother kidnapped in Bayelsa 

Madame Ogere Siasia, the Mother of Samson Siasia, Nigeria's former international soccer star and current coach of the Under - 23 Dream team was captured from her home at Odoni community of Sagama Local Council Area of Bayelsa State in the early hours of today Nov. seventeenth.

Naija Gist reported that Observers say the armed kidnappers raged the home of the lady, dragged her out of her home and into a waiting  motorcycle. The Bayelsa state police command's representative, ASP Ansinim Butswat confirmed the scene and said the police is working towards saving her.

ISIL Financed by 40 Countries, Including G20 Member States - Putin


Putin said at the G20 summit that Russia has presented examples of terrorism financing by individual businessmen from 40 countries, including from member states of the G20.

"I provided examples related to our data on the financing of Islamic State units by natural persons in various countries. The financing comes from 40 countries, as we established, including some G20 members," Putin told reporters following the summit.

Monday, November 16, 2015

Why France?

 Nigerian News
First I wish to express my condolences to the families of all the victims of the terror attacks last week. No matter the reason for the attacks, there will always be innocent victims; those should be remembered.
What I write below are some stray thoughts on a question that has been bugging me since I heard the news regarding the attacks in Paris. Maybe I am completely off the mark here yet I keep wondering: Why all these attacks took place in France?
Why not Brussels or Amsterdam or London or Rome or Berlin?

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Week 6 of the Russian Intervention: A 1st major success for the Syrian Forces

This column was originally written for the Unz Review:
Finally. After weeks of gruelling combat the Syrian armed forces have liberated the Kuweyres air base in northern Syria. This is a huge victory for the Syrians because during the 2,5 year long siege of the airbase it had become an important symbol of the Syrian determination to resist the Takfiris in general and, especially, Daesh which had deployed its best fighters to maintain the siege of the base and prevents its liberation. In fact, the Takfiris did resist with everything they had up to the last moment. For those of you interested in video and photos of the combats and liberation of Kuweyres I would recommend the site of Colonel Cassad and specifically these posts: (in Russian)

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Did Russia just “gently” threaten the USA?

News Nigeria
Interesting stuff today.  A major Russian TV channel just aired a report about Putin meeting with his top military commanders.  I don’t have the time to translate what Putin said word for word, but basically he said that the USA had refused every single Russian offer to negotiate about the US anti-missile system in Europe and that while the US had initially promised that the real target of this system was Iran, now that the Iranian nuclear issue had been solved, the US was still deploying the system.  Putin added that the US was clearly attempting to change the world’s military balance.  And then the Russian footage showed this:

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Russia’s intervention in Syria – a reality-based evaluation

It has been over one month since the Russians launched their military and political operation in Syria and the time for hyperbole and flag waving has clearly passed.  Gone are the “most anticipated showdown in recent history” along with rumors of MiG-31s, Russian paratroopers, “thousands” of military personnel, ballistic submarines and other such nonsense.   And, contrary to what some wrote, none of what happened was “coordinated with the White House”.  What I propose to do today is to evaluate what has really has happened and to look at the Russian options for the future.  But first, a short restatement of what really took place.

Sunday, November 8, 2015

Week Five of the Russian Intervention in Syria: The Russians Are Digging in

This column was originally written for the Unz Review:
Whether this tragedy was directly linked to the war in Syria or not, there is no doubt that the downing of Kogalymavia Flight 9268 was the main event of the past week. Since I have covered this issueelsewhere, I shall not return to it in detail again here. I will just repeat here my personal conclusion that this tragedy will not impact the Russian operation in Syria or affect the political situation inside Russia. As for the cause of the tragedy, there are increasing indications that both western and Russian security services have come to a tentative conclusion that it was, indeed, a bomb. On Friday, the head of the Federal Security Service has recommended canceling all flights to Egypt and the evacuation of all the Russian citizens in Egypt (roughly 70,000 people). Several EU countries have also taken similar measures.

Thursday, November 5, 2015

The Fallacy Of Erdogan-Style Democracy (updated version)

by Ghassan Kadi
Erdogan’s AKP party has scored a monumental victory; not so much in terms of the lead in parliament though. As a matter of fact, it is a fairly narrow victory, but one that was least expected. What is monumental about it is the course that Turkey has set itself upon.
A victory for Erdogan perhaps, but for Turkey itself, the outcome of this election will probably take years and even decades until it becomes clear what the results truly meant for Turkey’s future and wellbeing.

The Moscow-Beijing Express on The Saker: Russian Black Hat-Chinese White Hat

Their styles are 180 degrees apart, but together, as towering giants on the world’s geopolitical stage, Putin and Xi are slowly winning all the chips from Western Empire, for a new, fairer and more peaceful world. (Image by David Parkins)
Russian Black Hat-Chinese White Hat
The Moscow-Beijing Express on The Saker
By: Jeff J. Brown, author and analyst at 44 Days Radio Sinoland
Video reading at:
If you have not read Russian President Vladimir Putin’s October, 2015 Valdai speech and subsequent question and answer session, you are missing out on a real treat. He has essentially been saying the same thing for years, going back at least as far as his hard hitting Munich speech, in February, 2007. In the interim, at the annual United Nations General Assembly speeches and previous Valdai talks, President Putin has come out four square against Western colonialism and global empire.

Ukraine SITREP, November 3rd 2015 by the Saker

It has been a very long while since I have posted a Ukrainian SITREP and there are good reasons for that: nothing much has happened there, at least nothing nearly as dramatic as the developments in the past.  In fact, ever since the crisis in Syria has taken center stage in US foreign policy preoccupations, the Ukraine appears to have been almost forgotten.  Did anybody even notice that local elections have taken place there recently?  Or that they were the most marred by every conceivable form of cheating and irregularities imaginable?
I don’t think so.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Check out top 12 Ways To Maintain A Healthy Kidney !

The kidneys are essential organs which are expected to keep up sound living. As of now, about 1 new case of kidney disappointment is seen day by day in any outpatient center in Nigeria with a few facilities seeing more than 3 new cases each day. Living with unending kidney ailments creates a big financial burden on patients in view of the need at least 3 sessions of hemodialysis every day, drugs administered amid every session, way of life adjustment, change in eating regimen and the expense and burden of having a kidney transplant. A lot of patients have kicked the bucket of kidney sickness and have been burdens to care givers and the general public however this can be stayed away from by avoiding certain ways of life that harms the kidneys.
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Fatal Accident at Maitama Junction In Abuja Nigeria (Pics)

Was not a good day today at Maitama Junction In Abuja Nigeria Today, There was a "fatal accident" at the junction Today which many people were injured albeit No life was lost at the scene of the Accident, we express gratitude toward Eledumare for that, see photographs from the Scene of the Accident at "Maitama Junction In Abuja" Below.

Kidnapper Nabbed In Owerri After Withdrawing Ransom From Bank

A suspected criminal who abducted a young man in Imo state has met his Waterloo subsequent to setting off to the bank to cash in on the ransom money. 
Nicholas Nwabueze, 22, is a customer of Ifeoma Olewu, the mother of Somtochukwu, 2. On the 27th of October, 2015, went to her shop, Zone 4, World Bank Area, New Owerri, Imo State to buy something. Be that as it may, he saw Chukwu leaving their compound while Ifeoma was inside the shop.
He immediately kidnapped him and requested a payoff of N500,000 which was paid the following day. He however kept the kid in his guardianship, hoping to release him after cashing the money. He just succeeded in pulling back N120,000 through the ATM machine.
After that, the machine stopped dispensing and he was compelled to go inside the bank to inquire as to why. It was in that process that he was captured. He later admitted that he wanted to obtain cash from the folks since the kid's dad lives in China

Lobatan: My Daughter Doesn’t Need A Lover, I Satisfy Her Sexually’

By Esther Onyegbula
A 44-year-old man from Ini Local government area of Akwa Ibom state who has been allegedly defiling his daughter has revealed that he sees nothing wrong with having carnal knowledge with his biological daughter.


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