News Review: January 2020 Thoughts, speculations and opinions on current affairs. It’s been some time since the last news review. This website is something of a side project for me and other events in my life have taken priority over the maintenance of the website. However, going forward, I hope to revamp the website in Continue Reading ›
Kumamoto earthquakes: Two earthquakes struck Kumamoto Japan on the 14th and 16th April JST. The quakes measured 6.2 and 7.0 respectively on the Richter scale. At least 48 people have died and over 3000 injured in both quakes.
Labour Reform Protests: France has been experiencing protests for a week now after the socialist President Holland – where he gets the label socialist from is anybodys guess – has decided to introduce labour reforms that decrease what people are paid in overtime and increases the amount of hours people must work each week. One Continue Reading ›
Russian Jets Buzz USS Donald Cook: For the second time, the USS Donald Cook gets buzzed by Russian jets. The Western media machine is crying like a child telling the world how awful the Russians are by flying their jets so close to a US Missile ship in International waters, they are so used to Continue Reading ›
Hell Cannon Terrorist Nest Smoked: The Western media have always made a big issue of Assad with his barrel bombs. But why would Assad strap home made barrels full of explosives to the underside of helicopters and drop them on civilians when he has proffesional munitions at his disposal which would be more effective and Continue Reading ›
Russian Ka-52 Attack Helicopter: One of the most advanced and formidable attack choppers in the world today, the new Ka-52 Russian scout and attack helicopter is in action for the first time in Syria. This footage is during the liberation of Al Qaryatayn which the SAA and allies liberated shortly after Palmyra, this town was Continue Reading ›
Suicide Bomber Has Nowhere To Go: The Iraqi government is also making sound progress against Islamic State, Iraq seems to get less attention than Syria for some reason in mainstream and alternative news. Perhaps its becasue war in Iraq just seems normal to people these days, much like Afghanistan? A terrible indictment on our subconcious Continue Reading ›
SAA Counter Attack in Aleppo: Aleppo is still a heavily contested region of Syria, it was the largest city in Syria and the main commercial centre of the country. For much of the war the city was divided roughly in half between the terrorist factions that west likes to call rebels (only when they are Continue Reading ›
Mi-28 chopper hunting terrorists: Footage from the targeting systems of a Russian Aerospace Forces Mi-28 helicopter as it targets and destroys the foreign backed Islamist Terrorists
Cold Blooded Murder: There is no shortage of evidence that demonstrates Israeli/Jewish disregard for Palestinian life and their rights, however this video puts it into perspective in a fashion that is crystal clear and impossible to deny. On the floor is a Palestinian young Man who has attempted to stab an Israeli soldier and has Continue Reading ›
Liberation of Palmyra: And so….less than a year after the Syrian army were forced to make a tactical withdrawal from Palmyra, when Islamic State Terror cells were activated inside the city and an assault on the city was underway by IS, the Syrian army return to reclaim what belongs to the Syrian people and take Continue Reading ›
Suicide Bomb in Lahore: Another sickening episode of extremist Islamic terror on innocent people. On 27 March 2016, at least 69 people were killed and over 300 injured in a suicide bombing that hit the main entrance of Gulshan -e-Iqbal Park, one of the largest parks in Lahore. The bombing appeared to be targeting Christians Continue Reading ›
Brussels Terror Attacks: On the morning of the 22nd March, there were more terrorist attacks targeting innocent civilians. This time there were two attacks, one at Zaventem airport at around 8.00am and one in a nearby Metro station about an hour later. There were two explosions at the airport believed to be carried out by Continue Reading ›
Istanbul Suicide Bomb: On the 19th March at around 11.00am, a suicide bomber detonated the hidden explosives in his vest in a street in Istanbul. He killed 4 other people and injured over 35. The commentators in the video are talking about the woman that walks in front of the bomber and discussing if she Continue Reading ›
Ankara Guven Park Terror Attack: On the 13th March at a public transport hub, a car laden with explosives was detonated killing over 35 people and injuring over 120. The area is in central Ankara and a ver busy location with several busy bus routes converging at this point. The Kurdistan Freedom Falcons have claimed Continue Reading ›
Assault on terrorists in Latakia: The Syrian army utilises their BM-21 Russian grad rocket launchers against terrorists in the Latakia countryside. Needless to say those terrorists must have had a really bad day.
Palmyra: The Syrian army are advancing towards the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra, it wont be long before the seige gets underway and the Islamic State terrorists will be purged by the Syrian Arab army and their air forces. The Russian are still present in Syria despite some forces being withdrawn and they continue to Continue Reading ›
LaVoy Finicum shooting: Lavoy Finicum was a member of the Bundy protest group that took over the wildlife reserve in protest at the treatment of ranchers by the Bureau of Land Management and the improsonment of a fellow rancher for burning crops and using fires illegally allegedly, and was then prosecuted under a terrorist act. Continue Reading ›
Battle for Kinnsibba: The SAA captured Kinnsibba in Latakia countryside, the last major insurgent stronghold in Latakia province. For the independant observers of the Syrian war who have hoped for the defeat of the murderous terrorist forces and their sponsors, it would appear that this hope will become realised. Thanks to Russian air power, the Continue Reading ›
War Footage in Damascus: Combat footage from Darayya, Damascus. A team of journalists gets caught in a fire fight.
Ankara Bomb: On 17 February 2016, in Ankara Turkey, at least 30 people died and 60 were injured in a bombing. The attack targeted a convoy of vehicles carrying both civilian and military personnel who were working at the military headquarters. The Turkish Parliament and military headquaters are nearby. The Kurdistan Freedom Falcons (TAK) has Continue Reading ›
Houthi Operations: Depsite The US backed Saudi invasion of Yemen making inroads into large parts of Yemen, the Houthis are not without their own success. Not bad going for one of the poorest nations on earth up against one of the richest with the backing of the worlds largest army. The Houthi’s have managed to Continue Reading ›
Shuhada street protest: In the Palestinian West Bank which is occupied by the Israeli Military, another protest takes place, this time against the closure of Shuhada street to Palestinians, in the West Bank city of Hebron, February 26, 2016. Some 150 protesters gathered to mark the 22th anniversary of the closure of the street by Continue Reading ›