Freddie Kagan Chicken-hawk imperialist blames Biden for the failure of Chicken-hawk’s project.

August 25, 2021 § Leave a comment

Kontempt for Kagan is the only reasonable response to this Rosenbergian-propagandist for illegal wars kkkkoward.

Thought for the day… What has the US Government done, in your life time, that you can be proud of?

March 20, 2020 § Leave a comment














Worst government on the planet.

Mark Dubowitz, war criminal and CEO of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies… coward

January 7, 2020 § Leave a comment

Mark Dubowitz is CEO of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.

A thoroughly repelling human being…

President Trump has been remarkably consistent even if the rest of Washington hasn’t

Mark Dubowitz | Chief Executive

The lawful killing of arch terrorist Qassem Soleimani, the commander of Iran’s Quds Force, should be welcomed by all who applauded the liquidation of Osama bin Laden by President Barack Obama.

Soleimani, like bin Laden, murdered and maimed thousands of Americans. He also destroyed hundreds of thousands of lives in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Yemen, Israel, Gaza — and in Iran itself.

A debate about the wisdom of the strike has predictably erupted in Washington along partisan lines. But the chatter obscures a crucial question. Does President Donald Trump have a coherent Iran strategy?

He does. It’s called “maximum pressure.” It wields all instruments of national power to weaken the Islamic Republic of Iran. For three years, this strategy has relied primarily on sanctions. Those sanctions have precipitated a severe recession in Iran, depriving the regime of the money it needs to destabilize the region, as well as a political crisis with mass demonstrations against the mullahs and their proxies in Iran, Iraq and Lebanon.

For the administration, if that strategy led to negotiations that improved upon the fatally flawed 2015 nuclear agreement (a deal that enriched the regime and gave it patient pathways to nuclear weapons as restrictions disappeared) that was desirable. If it led to regime collapse, and a less hostile government, even better. If it simply weakened the regime, leaving it fewer resources to perpetrate violence, that would be fine, too.

What the strategy lacked was military deterrence. The regime in Iran has been wreaking havoc across the Middle East with impunity. But there was a logic to Trump’s approach.

While wary of conflict, his red line was American blood. Tehran attacked U.S. allies and global energy assets for the past year without a response. Then Soleimani killed an American and wounded four others in Iraq, and was reportedly plotting additional attacks. Trump responded unequivocally.

With the Islamic Republic on its back foot, there’s little doubt the regime will escalate. Trump has warned, however, that shedding more American blood will prompt direct strikes against 52 targets across Iran.

Maximum pressure continues. If the regime isn’t careful, Trump could further escalate pressure and even threaten the survival of the regime.

Trump has been remarkably consistent even if the rest of Washington hasn’t. It’s now Tehran’s move.

Mark Dubowitz is CEO of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.

This goes on the Obama-Clintion II death card–Honduras

July 13, 2019 § Leave a comment

US-trained troops shoot Honduran students protesting privatization

One part of the long history of US Government international terrorism 1854

July 13, 2019 § Leave a comment


replace commerce with piracy or empire when reading.

All these murderous governments were US supported…

July 10, 2019 § Leave a comment

Simple Murder, or US foreign policy?

April 30, 2019 § Leave a comment

Lawfare defends wars of aggression by proxy, call it murder by proxy or murder for hire

April 30, 2019 § Leave a comment

All of the current problems in Libya were caused by Clinton II and Obama.

April 5, 2019 § Leave a comment

This is what a criminal regime would do, wouldn’t it? Hamper the investigation.

April 5, 2019 § Leave a comment

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