Armageddon Update

By Noel Haynes 16/12/11   The European economy continues to self-destruct.   The merchants of the world were watching with baited breath last Friday for some word from the European summit that would reassure them . The solution proposed consisted of getting the 27 EU nations to agree to imposed fiscal and budgetary austerity measures Read more about Armageddon Update[…]

Israel Was Never the Problem

A thought-provoking article was posted last week in Canada’s National Post online: The Arab world may be in turmoil, but none of the Arab uprisings has included Israel as a central issue. Bahrain, Egypt, Tunisia, Syria, Libya — the one factor common to all is that protests centre on local conditions and domestic grievances. What Read more about Israel Was Never the Problem[…]

NATO Allies Prepare for War With Libya

In a unanimous decision no less breathtaking for being somewhat expected, the United Nations Security Council has approved military action against President Muammar Gaddafi, embattled dictator of the North African nation of Libya. Canada’s National Post reported Thursday evening that forces are being deployed for airstrikes and “necessary” actions—anything short of an occupation force. These Read more about NATO Allies Prepare for War With Libya[…]

Strategist Warns of Nationalistic Arab Rage Turning Against Israel

One strategist argued in a FoxNews piece, Wednesday, that in the wake of “eMageddon” uprisings threatening to engulf the Arab world, desperate rulers may seek their own survival by refocusing the rage of their citizenry against a common, much hated enemy: Israel. This does seem likely. After all, as the old adage goes, “the enemy Read more about Strategist Warns of Nationalistic Arab Rage Turning Against Israel[…]

E-mageddon

A wave of political uprising, unprecedented in the lifetimes of most people alive today, is sweeping across the Middle East. So far, although there seems to be no direct link between events in different nations, Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Jordan, and Zimbabwe have so far been affected. Potentially, Saudi Arabia, Morocco and Libya, to name a Read more about E-mageddon[…]