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Former Defense Secretary Gates Denounces Obama’s “Red Line” and Military Attack on Syria

18 SEPT (LPAC) At a policy forum today in Dallas, Texas, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates denounced Obama’s proposed military strikes on Syria, saying they would be like “throwing gasoline on an extremely complex fire in the Middle East.” He … Continue reading

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Emboldened Joint Chiefs Say: “No Long Wars”

18 Sept. (LPAC) Adm. James “Sandy” Winnefeld, Vice-Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, spoke before the Association of the U.S. Army September 12. “We’ve seen very recently that the American people are very wary of getting into an extended war of … Continue reading

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Russian National TV: Will U.S. Army Be Mercenaries for the Saudis?

10 Sept. (EIRNS) Sunday night’s weekly news review program with Irada Zeynalova on Channel One Russia featured a segment titled “Playing with Fire: the Americans Attempt to Assemble a Strike Force against Syria,” which emphasized that Saudi Arabia is currently … Continue reading

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PLANNED U.S. ATTACK ON SYRIA ESCALATES AS SUPPORT WANES

9 Sept.(EIRNS)–Obama’s planned attack on Syria has morphed from a goal of “deterrence” of further alleged chemical weapons attacks, to “degrading” Assad’s military capabilities, and is still undergoing significant escalation. Such an escalation threatens nuclear war itself, or other wars, … Continue reading

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Dempsey Letters Make Clear: Any Military Action in Syria is an “Act of War”

1 Sept (LPAC) The following are (1) the complete text of Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey’s July 19 letter to the Senate Armed Services Committee and (2) an extract from his Aug. 19 letter to … Continue reading

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Chemical Weapons Claims Put Syria On Hair Trigger; General Dempsey Key in Push-back Against R2P Gang

24 Aug. (LPAC) A senior U.S. intelligence source has provided an assessment of the ongoing controversy over allegations of use of chemical weapons in Syria. The source indicated that there are two key questions that must both be settled quickly. … Continue reading

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Man’s true intention!: HOW THE FUTURE BUILDS ITS PAST

August 4, 2013 occurred in the week when the British Empire’s J.P. Morgan virtually declared war against what was then formally identified as the firm’s choice of mortal foe: which was us. Our quarrel on that account, is not among … Continue reading

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Gen. Dempsey’s Urgent Mission to Israel

14 Aug. (LPAC) Lyndon LaRouche said yesterday that the hysterical desperation of the numerous bank representatives at the ongoing Atlanta meeting of the National Council of State Legislatures, convinced him that the threat of world thermonuclear war is indeed imminent, … Continue reading

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Netanyahu Beats War Drums Versus Iran and Hezbollah

9 Aug. (LPAC) Just days after the inauguration of the Iran’s new President Rowhani, and days before the arrival in Israel of General Martin Dempsey, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his allies are pushing for war against Iran and Hezbollah … Continue reading

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Fired Deputy CIA Director : Assad’s Fall Will Create Biggest Security Threat To U.S.

8 Aug (LPAC) CIA Deputy Director Michael Morrell, ostensibly resigning Friday but actually fired by John Brennan, told the Wall Street Journal in an exit interview Aug. 6, that Syria poses the greatest threat to U.S. national security, because of … Continue reading

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