Al Smith Dinner Speeches, Trump and Clinton take the gloves off.

Well…it appears as if the gloves are well and truly off now as the presidential race enters the final lap. Trump verbally brutalises Hillary in front of the big wigs then Hillary stands up and attempts to give as good as she got. Traditionally hosted by the Archbishop of New York at the Waldorf Astoria Continue Reading ›

UK: Russian Fleet Sails Through UK Waters

The Russian flagship and aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov is the only aircraft carrier that Russia has (for now) and is en route to Syria. Once in Syria the heat on the jihadi head choppers is going to get turned up to extreme. It will be air strikes round the clock for the takfiri terrorists.  The Continue Reading ›

Asma Al- Assad interview with Russia 24

Interview with Asma Al-Assad, the wife of President Assad on channel Russia 24.

Ukraine: Motorola Assassinated in Donetsk

Arsen “Motorola” Pavlov. 02/02/1983 – 16/10/2016.   Arsen was assassinated by the Ukrainian authorities by way of explosives placed in the elevator in his apartment block and detonated remotely. Arsen had a reputation as a fearsome and highly intelligent commander. He was the commander of the Sparta battalion in the Novorossiya Forces of Donbass.     Continue Reading ›

Iraq: Iraqi Army lays siege to Mosul

Mosul Siege: The long wait for the Iraqi Army to reach the outskirts of Mosul and prepare its assault on the last major Islamic State stronghold in Iraq is over. No doubt the US air force will be on hand to drop some bombs on non essential targets like wedding parties, their jihadi puppets are Continue Reading ›

Syria: Heroes of Kindi Hospital, Aleppo

Heroes of Kindi Hospital: There are so many heroic tales of endurance and bravery from the Syrian War, Kuweires airport, Deir Ezzor and this one from the Kindi Hospital in Aleppo. Kindi Hospital was once a beacon of modern healthcare in Syria. A large newly built modern hospital, until jihadi terrorists with foreign backing laid Continue Reading ›

Syria: SAA Tank dodges Guided Missile

SAA Tank dodges Guided Missile: A close call for the tank crew on this one.

Yemen: Ambush on Saudi Convoy

Yemeni forces have struck one of their heaviest single blows to date on the Saudi military. They conducted an ambush that killed at least 40 soldiers and destroyed 3 tanks and 6 armoured trucks.

Syria: RuAF Bomb Northern Hama

Footage of incendiary munitions raining down on jihadi positions in Northern Hama courtesy of the Russian Aerospace Forces.  

Lebanon: IS Emir Arrested

A prominent Islamic State Emir who is allegedly responsible for numerous terrorist bombings against Lebanese security forces and civilians has been arrested. Officially he is the leader of jihadi terror group Jund As Sham but he is also recognised to be an Islamic State operative in Lebanon.

South Front: One Year Review of Russian Operations

One Year Review of Russian Operations: One year has passed since Russia started military operations in Syria  upon the invitation of President Assad.  The military operations have been coordinated and in support of the Syrian Government against the foreign sponsored jihadi groups that seek to implement a sharia law based society akin to that which Continue Reading ›

Syria: War Update

War update: The latest updates from some excellent alternative media sources.            

Syria: Aleppo Latest

Aleppo Latest: The latest reports from the ANNA news and RIAFAN reporters embedded with the Syrian Arab Army.   The next video also has footage from the terrorist perspective.       Footage from Northern Syria in Latakia. Airstrikes on terrorists in the mountains.     Footage from the end of September – the assault Continue Reading ›

Jamaica: Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Matthew was a category 5 Hurricane but dropped in power to 4 a few days ago. It’s the strongest Hurricane to hit the Caribbean since 2007. It has passed though Jamiaca, Cuba, Dominican Republic and Haiti and is heading towards the Bahamas and Florida.          

Media Lens: Empires of Self   The latest cogitation from the excellent Media Lens.

Yemen: UAE war ship destroyed

The Houthis and Yemeni army, in their war against Saudi Arabia and its allies, have destroyed another warship. HSV-2 was on lease to the UAE from the United States. The war ship is a catamaran that is used for logistical and troop transport purposes. Yemen is one of the poorest nations on earth and is Continue Reading ›

Syria: Aleppo Front Line Report

Aleppo Front Line Report: Another great video from the Anna News journalists in Syria embedded with the SAA. Thanks to R&U videos for subtitles and uploading to You Tube. Footage from literally, the front lines of war inside Aleppo city, just outside the ancient citadel. Anna News reporters document what the Syrian Arab Army must Continue Reading ›

Monthly News Review August 2016

Monthly News Review: August 2016   The ongoing war in Syria still provides much of the focus of discussion. Every day brings new strategic developments, most of which have been in favour of the Syrian government for the last 12 months, in great part thanks to the support given by Russia and the Russian Aerospace Continue Reading ›

Brother Nathaneal: How The Trump-Clinton Debate Was Rigged

Why Everything You Hear About Aleppo Is Wrong

An Interview with investigative journalist Vanessa Beeley on the Ron Paul Liberty Show.

Russia: Hit Job on Putin

Hit Job on Putin: Shortly before the recent G20 summit, a car crashed at high speed into a Russian government vehicle killing the driver. That driver was Putins favourite driver, and was supposed to be transporting him at the time. However, a change was made at the last minute allegedly and Putin switched cars. As Continue Reading ›

Syria: Aleppo Seige Back On

Aleppo Seige Back On: The war in Syria is as fraught as ever. The government forces have encircled the terrorist factions in Eastern Aleppo for a second time and this time it is unlikely the seige will be broken. Thousands of Jihadi filth, sponsored by their foreign owners from the west and Saudi Arabia, have Continue Reading ›