‘We are at war’…Neocons Launch ‘Committee to Investigate Russia’

“We have been attacked. We are at war.”

These are the opening words in a video uploaded by a new group calling itself the “Committee to Investigate Russia.” The organization was founded by neocon David Frum and Hollywood actor Rob Reiner, who played “the meathead” in the 1970s sitcom “All in the Family.”

Listed on the organization’s advisory board, in addition to Reiner, are Max Boot, James Klapper, Norman Ornstein, and Charles Sykes. Their video, in which they have recruited Hollywood actor Morgan Freeman as spokesperson, kind of leaves you with the feeling that if a white dove carrying an olive branch clasped in its beak ever flew too close to this group, any one of them would likely pull out a shotgun and blast it out of the sky.

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The Lucy Stein Gang Rides into Moscow

US Interference in Russian Election

By Israel Shamir

Can the Putin Fans League win municipal elections in New York City? Not bloody likely, you’ll murmur, and probably justifiably so. However, in the municipal elections last week, pro-American forces captured one third of the seats in Moscow. A great shock, slightly mitigated by the media silence that accompanied both the election and its results.

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Kurdish Military Leader Warns Syrian Army Against Crossing the Euphrates

[ Ed. note – You’d think with ISIS on the brink of defeat that things would be cooling down in Syria, but the obverse seems to be the case. America’s new ally, the Kurds, are now warning the Syrian Army to refrain from crossing the Euphrates River. This comes just as Israel has expressed support for an independent Kurdish state in northern Iraq. Despite the gains by Russia and Syria, the Oded Yinon plan still seems very much in play. ]

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Syrian Girl: Signs Point to Possible US-Israel Attack upon Syria

Maram Susli, also known as “Syrian Girl,” discusses signs of a possible impending attack on Syria by either the US or Israel, or possibly both. Netanyahu’s recent trip to Russia is among the points she cites. It’s worth noting that shortly after that visit by the Israeli prime minister, Russia and Syria announced the creation of a unified air defense system. The announcement is likely to have made Netanyahu spitting mad, and my guess is that he accomplished very little of what he had hoped to get out of his visit with Putin.

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