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Major US Communications Conference Launches Character Assassination Campaign Against Me Following Criticism of Islamists By Irina Tsukerman

Amidst massive deplatforming of critics, dissenters, and opposing perspectives in the academia, on social media, and among other educational and cultural institutions, organizations aimed at promoting the study and discussions would appear to stand out as bulwarks of a free … Continue reading Major US Communications Conference Launches Character Assassination Campaign Against Me Following Criticism of Islamists By Irina Tsukerman

Is Saudi Arabia a U.S. Ally?

Political pondents have been juggling this notion that Saudi Arabia is not a US ally. These comments are surfacing during an immanent retaliation from the Saudi to a direct attack from Iran. To answer this question we need to first see what has Iran provide the United States for the U.S. to not stand by Iran’s enemies. Iran linked to deaths of 500 U.S. troops in Iraq, Afghanistan. On November 4, 1979, Iranian students seized the embassy and detained more than 50 Americans, ranging from the Chargé d’Affaires to the most junior members of the staff, as hostages. The Iranians … Continue reading Is Saudi Arabia a U.S. Ally?

Three Shortlisted as John Bolton’s Successors

Tucker Carlson has short list his name as a very possible contender. However, Tucker has also noted that Brain hook “has undisguised contempt for President Trump and he particularly dislikes the president’s foreign policy” Hook allegedly bashed Trump in front of foreign officials while overseas. Another possible replacement is Stephen Biegun and David Hale who were first highlighted as possible replacement by Gabe Rubin of the Wall Street Journal 4 days before John bolton’s dismissal! “Names floated as possible successors as secretary of state include Stephen Biegun, President Trump’s special envoy to North Korea, and David Hale, a career diplomat … Continue reading Three Shortlisted as John Bolton’s Successors

Explaining John Bolton’s Resignation/Dismissal

John Bolton talked to President Trump last night about his resignation. At age 70 he seems not willing to go through another long war with Iran. President Trump also found it convenient to allow him to resign but in a manner that would make this seem more like his decision. President Trump, approaching the 2020 elections, saw this as an opportunity for him to give his potential voters a sigh of relief as they don’t need to worry about their loved ones being sent to war against Iran. President Trump is also approaching in two weeks the United Nation’s General … Continue reading Explaining John Bolton’s Resignation/Dismissal