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Posted 22 April 2018 - 04:14 PM

makes all NATO defense systems obsolete 
 
 
 
 
 
April 22, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
The Russian Zircon hypersonic cruise missile.
 
It travels at eight times the speed of sound.
 
 
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Posted 22 April 2018 - 04:28 PM

 

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Posted 22 April 2018 - 04:35 PM

Theresa May is getting bad advice from the Americans.

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Posted 23 April 2018 - 09:57 AM

ALL DEBT IS WIPED OUT BY NUCLEAR WAR 
 
IT'S THE AMERICAN WAY
 
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Posted 23 April 2018 - 10:57 AM

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The Russian Zircon hypersonic cruise missile travels at eight times the speed of sound.
 
Not enough time for sirens.

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Posted 23 April 2018 - 01:01 PM

"duck and cover" will do a lot to protect people from this

 

 


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Posted 23 April 2018 - 01:16 PM

"duck and cover" will do a lot to protect people from this

 

 

yes its a joke,in the past they told us in the UK to cover ourselves in brown paper and hide under the kitchen table LOL!! as for me I wouldn't want to survive that and live in a World that's been reduced to glass.


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Posted 24 April 2018 - 08:49 AM

If Americans want to rule the world they will have to win the big one - World War 3
 

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Posted 24 April 2018 - 10:22 AM

PNAC is the agenda for America to rule the world.
 
There's nothing secret about it - everything about it can be found in official US government documents.
 
The PNAC Americans need to understand that there will be nothing sacred about the US mainland during World War 3.
 
Missile traveling at eight times the speed of sound will not be stopped or allow time for sirens.
 
And Russia, Iran and China will trust each because they will have no choice when faced with the PNAC threat.
 

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Posted 24 April 2018 - 03:56 PM

Russia:
 
US Pushing World toward New Arms Race
 
 
 
 
 
April 24, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
 
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu stressed that Washington was not ready for partnership on an equitable basis even with its own traditional allies.
 
"Today, we are witnessing the transformation of international relations, their transition to a multipolar system, which is characterized by the redistribution of spheres of influence and stiffer competition for regional and global leadership. In these conditions, the United States wishes to preserve the role of a hegemon in international relations, exercising all means, including military ones, and pushing countries [of the world] toward a new arms race," Shoigu said Tuesday during the meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization's (SCO) defense ministers, Sputnik reported.
 
The United States demonstrates readiness to use all means, including military ones, in a bid to retain the role of a hegemon in international relations by pushing the world toward a new arms race, the Russian senior defense official said, adding that the United States, "without embarrassment", declares readiness to "correct" trends in world politics and economy, which it deems unfavorable through the use of military force.
 
"This is confirmed by new US doctrinal documents in the area of national security and defense, their striving to revise the most crucial international agreements, including UN decisions and basic WTO principles," he noted, stressing that all conditions have been created for the revival of a unified, integral state in Syria.
 
Earlier in the year, Pentagon released a new nuclear weapons strategy, focusing on the advanced capabilities of several other countries, including Russia. Pentagon named China, Iran and North Korea as other potential threats.
 
"Currently, all conditions have been created for the revival of Syria as a unified, integral state. But to achieve this goal, it is necessary that not only Russia makes efforts, but also other members of the world community make them," Shoigu said.
 
"We count on the support of the SCO member states," he added.
 
At the same time, Shoigu pointed out that the main goal of the US-led coalition in Syria was not to defeat Daesh (ISIS or ISIL) but to strengthen its military and economic presence in the region.
 
"They [US and allies] use the forces of international terrorism and extremism for their own purposes. Iraq and Syria are good examples. For a long time, the US-led powerful coalition group of more than 30 militarily advanced states could not cope with the militants, and territories controlled by IS were only expanding. Apparently, the goal was different - to erode the situation in the region, to consolidate its military and economic presence in it," Shoigu stressed.
 
The statement of the Russian senior official comes less than a month after US President Donald Trump made a surprising remark on withdrawing from Syria, appearing to contradict previous comments by his administration, including senior Pentagon and State Department officials, saying that American troops would maintain an open-ended presence in Syria.
 
Since 2014 Washington has been leading a coalition of allies fighting against Daesh without either a UN mandate or the Syrian government's authorization, with the latter consistently calling the US military presence in the country "illegal".
 
Speaking about the situation in Afghanistan, Shoigu noted that the situation in the country continued to worsen, as Washington's policy actually contributed to terrorists becoming more active in the country's North.
 
"Another hot spot in the Middle East is Afghanistan. The situation there continues to deteriorate. The US and NATO presence in the Islamic republic for over 15 years has not normalized the situation there. In essence, they seek to gain a foothold in the country on any terms to boost their influence on states of the Central Asian region," Shoigu said.
 
"Washington's policy actually contributes to the boosting of terrorist activity in the North of Afghanistan," he added.
 
The official stressed that the strengthening of Daesh (ISIS or ISIL) positions in Afghanistan causes particular concern, with the number of militants reaching 4,500 people as of now.
 
Afghanistan has long been suffering from political, social and security instability due to the activity of the Taliban and the Daesh terrorist groups. The level of violence in the country seems to be increasing, with an uptick of both Taliban activity and the growth of a Daesh affiliate.
 
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The U.S. is pushing the world towards World War 3
 
They are using Theresa May to do their dirty work.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Posted 24 April 2018 - 04:19 PM

When one brags about one's defensive equipment, that equipment is soon neutralized by the enemy.

Better to keep it hidden and available for delicious surprises to any assailants & their bosses.


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Posted 25 April 2018 - 08:52 AM

Which side loses in a nuclear war?
The side that does not survive.
 
Which side wins in a nuclear war?
The side that makes sure that the other side does not survive.
 
Because NATO governments have nuclear shelters deep underground, it would be necessary for a second wave of missiles to be launched one year after the first wave.
 

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Posted 25 April 2018 - 09:24 AM

Senators want more military cooperation with Taiwan
 
 
 
 
 
 
April 25, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
 
President Trump should enhance military cooperation with Taiwan as part of an effort to counter Chinese aggression in the Asia-Pacific, according to a newly unveiled proposal from four senators.
 
Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., wants Trump to authorize "regular arms sales to Taiwan" and expand the U.S. Navy's presence in the region, where China has made a series of aggressive assertions of sovereignty over key shipping lanes. Those security proposals contribute to one plank of a broader package known as the Asia Reassurance Initiative Act, which lawmakers hope will guide the administration in maintaining the U.S. alliance system around a rising China.
 
"This initiative is a generational approach that will put American interests first by reassuring our allies, deterring our adversaries, and securing U.S. leadership in the region for future generations," Gardner, who has a chaired a series of Foreign Relations subcommittee hearings on U.S.-China policy, said Tuesday.
 
The Colorado Republican introduced the bill just days after China and Taiwan held a sequence of military drills in the Straits of Taiwan. The war games were a live-fire reminder of China's ambition to regain control of the island, which it has regarded as a breakaway province ever since the Communist regime overthrew the previous government of China.
 
"Simply put, the main goal of the drill is to make any Chinese communist military mission to invade Taiwan fail," a spokesman for Taiwan's defense ministry told reporters. "It simulates this year's situation and we are taking into consideration China's air and naval movements in the region."
 
The legislation also calls for additional naval operations in the South China Sea, one of the world's primary shipping lanes. The Chinese government, claiming sovereignty over much of the sea, has built a series of artificial islands replete with military installations in recent years.
 
"The rules-based international order - absolutely fundamental to global peace and security - faces significant challenges in Asia, arguably the most consequential region for the United States," Massachusetts Sen. Edward Markey, Gardner's Democratic counterpart on the subcommittee for East Asia, said Tuesday. "This legislation reflects the region's importance by addressing key challenges, including the peaceful denuclearization of North Korea, prioritizing reasonable and effective nonproliferation policies, promoting the freedom of navigation and overflight in maritime Asia, and defending human rights and the respect for democratic values."
 
The legislation is also co-sponsored by Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., and Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin, who was the top Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee for much of the last three years. "With China's increasingly assertive rise, it is critical that the United States reaffirm our commitment to securing a free and open Indo-Pacific region through enhanced cooperation with our democratic partners," Rubio said.
 
The bill has an economic component as well, perhaps most notably by "authoriz[ing] bilateral and multilateral trade negotiations with Indo-Pacific nations," as a background paper on the legislation puts it.
 
"U.S. relations with our Asian allies, partners, and adversaries will dominate the 21st century, and we need a clear set of strategic policies to bolster our national security and economic interests, framed in the values that define who we are - democratic principles, human rights, and the rule of law," Cardin said in his statement accompanying the bill's release. "I'm pleased this legislation places such a high premium on those priorities."
 
That seems to push Trump back toward the conventional idea of trade agreements as a lever of strategic power, after the president opted to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership shortly after taking office. Former President Barack Obama's administration worked to negotiate the deal, at least in part out of a desire to make national security gains from an economic pact with 11 Pacific Rim countries.
 
"We believe that with this bipartisan vision for our Asia policy, the Administration and Congress can be united on implementing a long-term strategy that will benefit American national security interests, promote American businesses and create jobs through trade opportunities, and project American values of respect for the human rights and freedom that have made the America the shining city upon a hill," Gardner said.
 
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Russia, Iran and China will trust each because they will have no choice when faced with the PNAC threat.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Posted 25 April 2018 - 09:54 AM

Tehran, Watch Out:
 
German Analyst Warns of Potential US Attack on Iran
 
 
 
 
 
April 24, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
A potential military intervention by Washington would destabilize the region and lead to new refugee inflows that would again affect European countries the most, German political analyst Josef Braml said in an interview with Sputnik.
 
If National Security Advisor John Bolton manages to work his way forward with his harsh rhetoric, Washington is likely to take military action against Iran, political scientist and expert on transatlantic relations with the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) Josef Braml said in an interview with Sputnik.
 
"I have had in mind that the second supporter of Assad - not only Russia, but also Iran - would be punished more directly," Braml stated.
 
Possible Withdrawal from the Iran Nuclear Deal
 
Iran could repeat Russia's fate and become subject to enhanced sanctions by Washington, the analyst argued.
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READ MORE: Trump Warns Iran Against Restarting Nuclear Program
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So far, the newly appointed National Security Advisor John Bolton could not yet put his harsh rhetoric into practice, but this might change quite soon, Braml said.
 
"I assume that not only the new National Security Adviser John Bolton, but also [CIA chief] Mike Pompeo are very critical of Iran. Don't be surprised if the nuclear deal with Iran is canceled in May. After that, there are quite few options left: Either America lives with the nuclearization of Iran, or it suggests preventive measures. I suspect the latter is more likely," the researcher stated.
 
New refugee movements
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This Saturday, April. 29, 2017 still taken from video, shows an American soldier standing on an armored vehicle in the northern village of Darbasiyah, Syria. U.S
 
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Tehran Will 'Never Bow' to US Pressure - Iranian General
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According to Braml, Iran could become another hotspot in the Middle East, if the worst scenario takes place. That would further destabilize the region and trigger new refugee movements toward Western countries.
 
At the same time, Washington won't be affected by these developments due to its distant geographic location, and the main burden of the migration crisis will again lie on Europe, he argued.
 
Domestic Benefits for Trump
 
In addition, such a turn of events might prove beneficial for US President Donald Trump, Braml argued.
 
In his opinion, Trump needs an external threat to maintain his position in the country.
 
"It could help unite the country and yet again win over its population," the analyst concluded.
 
Trump has repeatedly criticized the JCPOA - negotiated by the previous US President Barack Obama's administration - as being perhaps the worst deal in US history and threatened to withdraw the United States from the agreement if it was not amended.
 
On July 14, 2015, China, Germany, France, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States - collectively referred to as the P5+1 group - signed the JCPOA with Iran. The accord stipulated a gradual lifting of anti-Iran sanctions in exchange for Tehran maintaining the peaceful nature of its nuclear program.
 
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Russia, Iran and China will trust each because they will have no choice when faced with the PNAC threat.
 
 
 
 

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Posted 25 April 2018 - 10:26 AM

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PNAC is the agenda for America to rule the world.
 
There's nothing secret about it - everything about it can be found in official US government documents.
 
 
 

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Posted 26 April 2018 - 09:23 AM

Is China Forging a New Tripolar World Order?
 
 
 
 
 
 
April 25, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
 
We could soon have a new tripolar world order, with China joining the United States and Russia at the helm of global affairs.
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In terms of political power equations, the world has seen it all in about a century - "multipolar" to "bipolar" to "unipolar" (and perhaps even "powerless" for a while). If events of the recent past are any indication, we could soon have a new formation - a "tripolar" world, with China joining the United States and Russia at the helm of global affairs.
 
While the United States has fought to maintain its "superpower" status during the last decade and a half, Russia bided its time on the sidelines. Then, in 2015, it reminded the world that it was no pushover in the "great powers" competition by intervening in Syria, thus altering the course of events in the Middle East.
 
Three developments in the last few weeks demonstrate that China could be preparing the pitch to further advance its stake in a triangular competition for international influence - President Xi Jinping's anointment as "leader for life"; the meeting between President Xi and North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-un; and Beijing's imposition of counter-tariffs on imports from the United States.
 
First, the National People's Congress's decision in March to abolish the term limit for the office of the president is a sign that Xi is keen to transform China from a global economic giant to a global political power. By making "Xi Jinping Thought" a part of the Constitution while he is still in office, unlike his predecessors who waited until they retired, the Chinese president joins President Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin among the top three most influential leaders in the world.
 
Attacking the current U.S.-influenced global security order as a legacy of the Cold War, especially in the context of its territorial claims in the South China Sea, Xi has expressed a desire to see "a new type of great power relations" and "a new type of international system" emerging out of the "current struggle for the international order."
 
One of the means China has chosen to achieve this end is the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), which spreads across three continents, in which more than half the world's population resides. Though the BRI is primarily economic in nature, together with other endeavors like the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the project is likely to be a handy socio-economic and political tool in China's sphere of influence in the years ahead, as benefactors such as Iran, Turkey and Pakistan, among others, ally more closely with Beijing.
 
Xi hopes that these initiatives would combine to form a "China model" and yield a new activist Chinese diplomacy that ends Deng Xiaoping's maxim of "hide your strength, bide your time, and never take the lead." This would slowly, but surely, also shape a longstanding debate revolving around two Chinese expressions - 'wang dao' or 'ba dao' (whether to be a strong, benevolent power or a strong, interventionist power).
 
In the security realm, starting with laying a "solid foundation" by 2010 and making "major progress" by the end of 2020, China plans to "reach the strategic goal of building informationized armed forces and being capable of winning informationized wars by 2050". This possibility is in sync with some predictions that the Chinese defense budget would surpass that of the United States by about 2035.
 
Second, China's new diplomatic activism was evident when North Korea's Kim met Xi in late March. Though China and North Korea share a special ideological bond, interspersed with tension, this was Kim's first visit to Beijing since taking over the reins from his father in 2011.
 
More pertinently, this meeting took place within weeks of Washington announcing a surprise Trump-Kim summit on denuclearization, possibly in May. With the United States possibly influencing its ally South Korea in the breakthrough inter-Korean talks scheduled for late April, the Kim-Xi meeting demonstrated China's bid to position itself as a counterforce to the United States, as well as sending a message that it was equally relevant to the dialogue.
 
Third, China's Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai said in early April that it will respond to any new trade tariffs by the United States with countermeasures of the same scale and intensity. The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Geng Shuang, endorsed the ambassador's views, saying Beijing "will resolutely fight to the end" if it is forced into a trade war - "The U.S. has a list. China also will have a list."
 
Hidden in this bilateral trade battle are symptoms of a larger global leadership race that could manifest itself in various ways in different parts of the world in the future. According to Ian Bremmer of the Eurasia Group, a U.S.-based political risk consultancy, Beijing believes it can withstand more pain than Washington, and feels U.S. allies may influence President Trump to compromise - "You want to have both a big stick and a big carrot. The size of Trump's stick is a little smaller because a lot of American allies are saying, 'We don't know if we can count on the United States long term. Do we really want to align with them?'"
 
Irrespective of how the trade tariffs negotiations pan out, it is certain that along with the revision of the U.S.-China trade relationship, their political ties are also likely to change. Since Washington is promoting the "free and open Indo-Pacific" strategy, U.S.-China ties are more likely to get worse than better.
 
Some analysts have pointed out that that while Washington desires "a unipolar world and a multipolar Asia, China would prefer a multipolar world and a China-centric unipolar Asia." Though more neutral observers might prefer a "multipolar Asia and a multipolar world", the prospect exists  that China may eventually become the world's only superpower - particularly if its economic-military influence increases and the U.S.'s political-military influence ebbs.
 
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Tripolar World Order: China, Russia and Iran.
 
When the hour arrives, they will trust each other because they will have no choice when faced with the PNAC threat.
 
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Posted 26 April 2018 - 05:14 PM

Did Air Force B-52 Bombers Just Practice an Attack on China?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
April 26, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
A pair of US B-52 Stratofortress strategic bombers reportedly flew within 250 kilometers of Guangdong's coastline in southern China on Tuesday afternoon, according to Taiwan media and Aircraft Spots, a Twitter group that tracks aircraft movement and the deployment of the US Air Force.
 
The two long-range bombers, bearing registration numbers 57-1454 and 60-0360 with call signs HERO01 and HERO02, were spotted above the Bashi Channel between Taiwan and the Philippines and were believed to have come from the US outpost of Guam.
 
The bombers flew westward into the northern portion of the South China Sea and circled for about an hour above the Pratas Islands controlled by Taiwan, about 340 kilometers southeast of Hong Kong, before following another zigzag path back to the Kadena Air Base in the US territory, as shown in flight tracks posted by Aircraft Spots. It is also believed that the two bombers conducted air-to-air refueling near Okinawa.
 
The Taipei-based Liberty Times noted that rarely had US strategic bombers been seen above the waters close to the Chinese shore, where People's Liberation Army bombers and spy planes such as H-6Ks used to frequent the air routes, when Beijing dispatched squadrons of aircraft to circumnavigate Taiwan.
 
The paper said the flight route indicated the bombers could have been involved in a mock attack involving Tomahawk cruise missiles targeting Guangdong's coastal areas.
 
The maximum hit radius of a Tomahawk cruise missile is 2,500km. If fired from the Pratas Islands, a large number of PLA military installations would be within range.
 
The emergence of the B-52s was a tacit message that the US would respond if Beijing were to continue with its breaches of Taiwan's airspace, said observers.
 
It is discernible that Beijing has sought to penetrate the blockade of the so called Second Island Chain - formed by the Ogasawara Islands and Volcano Islands of Japan, in addition to the US territory of Mariana Islands - with retrofitted H-6K bombers with extended range, fitted with precision-guided munitions, such as the air-launched version of the CJ-10K land-attack missiles.
 
These missiles have an operational range of 1,500km and are capable of hitting targets in Guam if fired from H-6Ks above the waters off Taiwan's Pacific coast.
 
Also, rumor has it that Beijing's H-6Ks, with aerial refueling, could fly close to Guam for direct bombardment, though the somewhat antiquated Chinese bombers modeled on a Soviet design have no stealth capabilities and could easily be detected by radar in Taiwan, Japan and Guam.
 
China's defense ministry is yet to respond to the possible intrusion of China's air defense zone and it is unclear if Chinese radar was triggered or Chinese aircraft conducted an interception.
 
But Chinese news portal Sina noted in a commentary on Thursday that the bulky B-52 bombers were equally vulnerable to Chinese radar, airborne early warning aircraft and even the powerful S-400 Triumf anti-aircraft missiles imported from Russia.
 
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Posted 27 April 2018 - 12:18 PM

IRAN THREATENS TO SINK U.S. WARSHIPS AS TRUMP CONSIDERS LEAVING NUCLEAR DEAL
 
 
 
 
 
April 26, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
The naval chief of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards has warned that the U.S. underestimates his country's power at sea and may only appreciate it when it's too late.
 
Commander Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi said Sunday that Iran's military speedboat force could travel at 80 knots, or about 90 miles per hour, giving them the ability to maneuver around enemy vessels and evade fire. 
 
Tensions once diffused by a 2015 nuclear deal with Iran have again risen as President Donald Trump threatened to scrap the landmark agreement, while Fadavi joined other high-ranking Iranian political and military figures who warned the nation would be capable of defending itself should a conflict break out with the U.S.
 
"The Americans have little information about Iran's naval power and they understand our real power when either their vessels are sunken or entangled in a terrible situation," Fadavi told the semiofficial Fars News Agency.
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Iranian Revolutionary Guard speedboats cruise past an oil tanker off the port of Bandar Abbas, in southern Iran, on July 2, 2012. Iranian speedboats have been involved in tense encounters with the U.S. Navy in waters in and around the Persian Gulf.
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Posted 28 April 2018 - 09:20 AM

PNAC is the agenda for America to rule the world
 
It's the American Way
 
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Posted 28 April 2018 - 09:24 AM

PNAC is the agenda for America to rule the world
 
It's the American Way
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