Monthly Archives: December 2012

Turkey Shoot

On the night between 26 and 27 of February 1991 a massacre took place on highway 80 in Kuwait. Thousands of Iraqis had been caught in a long convoy while retreating to the Iraqi border. American airplanes had first blasted … Continue reading

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The Expert Who Never Was

Why hasĀ  the notorious November 27 graph published by George Jahn and Associated Press (AP), allegedly proving Iran’s possible military dimensions (PMD) of its nuclear program not been a hoax as several pundits have asserted in the meantime? Israel has … Continue reading

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Obama’s Tears

My thoughts these days are with the parents and victims of last week’s carnage in Newtown, CT. These shooting sprees have conspicuously amassed in recent years in the U.S. and no wonder that apologetic supporters of America’s Second Amendment to … Continue reading

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News from Parchin

Now as roofing two buildings at the Parchin military complex east of Tehran has nearly been completed, we get another chance of having a look from space thanks to David Albright’s Washington think tank ISIS who has kept us up … Continue reading

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