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Polish government plane was tossed about twice over the airport seconds before crash

Three myths, pillars of the Russian narration for the Polish government’s plane crash in Smolensk are being questioned by experts. On the morning of the April 10th, 2010 news media around the world were repeating Russia’s “ explanation” of the causes of the catastrophe. CNN, NBC, BBC together with conservative Fox News informed viewers that: … Continue reading

Kremlin power-show looming at Syria’s shores, a Déjà vu of sorts

It is clear that the United States and Russia are on a collision course at the shores of Syria. Russian websites (and here) linked to the military intelligence informs that the Kremlin decided to confront NATO forces. Three Russian warships had entered territorial waters near Tartus. It was built-in 1971 as an operational support for the … Continue reading

Iran obtained few nukes but it maybe the highest time to stop it from getting more

Shocking news appeared in the Washington Times this week: Iran has already acquired nuclear weapon. It also has enough enriched uranium for further production. Iran has also the delivery system. In the same time major world newspapers increased coverage on possible Western military intervention in Iran. It maybe a successful propaganda offensive that significantly weakens the Teheran … Continue reading

Soviet trained general a new Polish Army Chief of Staff

Three star general Mieczyslaw Cieniuch replaced predecessor who died in Polish president’s plane crash in Smolensk in April this year. Cieniuch completed Malinovsky Military Armored Forces Academy(Военная академия бронетанковых войск им. Р. Я. Малиновского) in 1982. Then from 1990-1992 he studied at General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (formerly known as Marshal Voroshilov … Continue reading