Anonymous expert compilation, analysis, and reporting. </end editorial> Russia’s internal meltdown continues. Chaos in Belarus. Genuine turmoil in the Middle East and North Africa – Algieria, Libya, Egypt, Syria, Yemen and Iran. IRGC now deemed, as it should have been 40 years ago, a terrorist organisation. Netanyahu wins another term. Erdogan’s AKP crashes and burns… Continue reading Russia / Strategy Ad Hoc Media Update (78)
Perhaps this is what Russia was contemplating when stating they would respond to NATO’s expansion. SCO: The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), or Shanghai Pact, is a Eurasian political, economic, and military organisation which was founded in 1996 in Shanghai by the leaders of China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. These countries, except for Uzbekistan, had… Continue reading India and Pakistan have become SCO members
By From Our Bureau | Oct 08, 2016 12:09 am New Delhi : A second silent surgical strike is on and this time it is in the cyber arena. The Indian hackers have singed the Pakistan government”s networks, locking up their computers and data. Angered by defacing of hundreds of Indian sites with videos to dub India”s… Continue reading Now, surgical strike on Pakistan cyber space
They say ‘bad news sells newspapers’. Except in Pakistan. Here is the original: So why is Pakistan so scared that they would white out an article critical of Pakistan’s ISI? Oops, I answered my own question. Pakistan is widely regarded as a country fraught with paranoia, who will censor the news just to… Continue reading Pakistan Censors New York Times
According to an unnamed source, then Secretary of Defence Robert Gates left a meeting before the end, called for his car, drove to the White House, walked in without calling ahead and without an appointment. SECDEF Gates then walked into the National Security Advisor’s, office, that of Tom Donilon. Regarding disclosures about the Usama… Continue reading SECDEF to National Security Advisor: “Shut the F… Up!”
VOA Journalist Killed In North Pakistan Why this isn’t headline news, all over the internet, I don’t know. The Mainstream Media or MSM isn’t picking this up at all. This may sound opportunistic or even heartless, but this should be used against the Taliban in a big way. Mukaram Khan Atif was praying inside a mosque,… Continue reading Taliban kill VOA journalist while praying in a mosque
The Khyber pass is a spectacular passageway from Pakistan to Afghanistan. The historical significance and strategic importance has not been lost on the Taliban or on the leadership in Pakistan. Cargo trucks entering Afghanistan, carrying NATO and ISAF supplies were charged exorbitant passage fees and frequently became the targets of political maneuvering and hijacking. There… Continue reading In your face, Taliban and Pakistan!