We are all familiar with the close ties between Russia and China, if only because they are both being threatened by the U.S. and NATO. So it shouldn't be a surprise that Iran, also under threat by the U.S. and UK, would eventually become allied with Russia.
Usually it's the president or some senior State Department representative that throws around threats against a foreign nation. However, this week the Pentagon skipped right past the executive branch and threatened Iran directly.
There's too much going on to focus on any one thing, so I'm just going to have to dump it all into one essay.
Today is election day in Colombia, and for the first time in that nation's 200 year history there is a real chance to have a leftist president.
While the U.S. and all of Europe react in horror to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the first, second, fourth, tenth and twelfth most-populated nations in Asia feel very different. It really doesn't matter whether you agree with these nations or not. The sheer size and proximity of these nations require respect.
The least surprising is China.
America has always had the option of working with its allies.
We chose not to. We chose to issue ultimatums instead.
It takes a special type of incompetence for the most powerful nation on earth to become isolated.
There are many reasons why the (corrupt) Political Establishment, and the Global Government Oligarchs have been so obsessively and completely focused on defaming, attacking, and neutralizing President Trump on a 24/7 basis for over 3 years.
If you ever wondered what would happen to the Internet during World War Three, here are two bookend news stories about how information is already being controlled at both ends.