This comment was chosen by Mod-FK from the post “Why the recent developments in Syria show that the Obama Administration is in a state of confused agony” Mod-FK had this to say about the comment ” A very good summary of a complex and still fluid situation. The complexity of the warring departments of the USA is not easy to comb out. As Tolstoy said: “All happy families are alike.
This comment was chosen by Mod DG from the post “Moveable Feast Cafe 2016/09/16”. Dennis Leary, one of our contributing poets in the ‘Cafe’ wrote this short comment reflecting his emotional reaction to the events of the day. Mod-DG found it enchanting, heartfelt and worthy of wider publication. Comment by Dennis Leary I’m feeling the love again this morning with the rising of the sun after a full moon
This comment was chosen by Mod TR from the post “Erdogan Calls Putin as Russia Seethes at Turkey’s Syrian Incursion”. The moderator believes this comment gives another perspective on the complex war in Syria. There are so many different players each with their own interests and agendas – nothing is clear cut in the constantly changing playbook that is the Syrian war. Comment by Larchmonter445 “Better Understanding”? from Mercouris
This comment was chosen by Mod HS from the post “Moveable Feast Cafe 2016/08/12 … Open Thread”. The moderator believes this comment is well written and has a good understanding of the underlaying forces at work in current confrontation with Russia, China and Iran. The moderator personally has come to the belief that the pirates of the new world (17th century) did not disappear but moved to Washington D.C. and
This comment was chosen by Mod HS from the post “The “XXVIth NATO Party Conference” in Warsaw (a commentary)”. The moderator believes this comment is very interesting as it highlights that there is a window of opportunity – will it be taken? Comment by Larchmonter445 On Collapses: The USSR collapsed after 50 years of containment, fierce competition, drunken leadership, an ideology that was like embalming fluid to a living
Andrew Korybko left a link to his latest Turkish analysis in our comments section. I have copied the article in full here. I communicated with Saker and it was decided that the article should be published under commenter’s corner for greater reader exposure. Original link http://katehon.com/article/post-coup-turkey-will-be-distinctly-eurasian saker-webmaster by Andrew Korybko The aftermath of the failed US-directed and Gulen-inspired coup attempt is already making itself clear, with Prime Minister Yildirim stating
This comment was chosen by Mod HS from the post “Brexit: how the British people have forfeited the confidence of their government (a quick commentary)”. The moderator believes this comment is quite thought provoking. Comment by freedom007 Education? this is not about kids´ education but about all-pervading false ideology that rules all of us today. Like a magic ring. “One ring to rule them all… (and) to forever bind them”
This comment was chosen by Mod HS from the post “The shooting in Orlando – a few very basic thoughts”. The moderator believes this comment shows it’s the same old song. The pattern of behaviour is just used over and over to achieve the outcomes that are desired. There is an impossibility to discern the truth from these incidents. We are always chasing that rainbow. Comment by EXV This attack
This comment was chosen by Mod HS from the post “Moveable Feast Cafe 2016/05/10 … Open Thread”. The moderator found this comment created impressionist images of childhood. Where the future and world is yet to unfold; parents, grandparents and old pets still live and everyday is an endless adventure. By ioan thanks BroAnon for the link – as usual – there are a lot of videos regarding this subject,
This comment was chosen by Mod ZZ from the post “In Syria, Russia Defends Civilization – the West Sides with Barbarism”. The moderator believes this comment is very uplifting and timely to this struggle. It speaks for itself – beautiful. Comment by Dr. N.G. Maroudas That classical concert Palmyra, with the sun shining on the golden stone of antiquity, celebrates the return of Syria to its normal civilized self.
This comment was chosen by Mod HS from the post “Moveable Feast Cafe 2016/04/26 … Open Thread”. The moderator believes this comment is a long “rant” that covers many topics – this is an excerpt of the comment. The Mod feels the comment represents an alternative view of the way the world works that needs exposure. Many people all around the world are coming to similar conclusions. The Mod does
This comment, in response to the post ‘The Daesh Chronicles:…”, was selected by mod-hs. He felt that it provided an alternative view of the current world situation, a view that sees everything going quite well for the US and NATO, with all goals being met. Quite cynical and thought provoking. by FromSerbia The author writes: “It was as if they did not learn from Afghanistan…Iraq…Libya” My question is – learn
The following comment, in response to ‘Saker’s rant’ about Europe, was selected by mod-hs. Auslander is both a commentor and a contributor to thesaker.is. He currently resides in Sevastopol, Crimea RF. with his wife and their dogs. The comment covers current Russia, its war’s with Europe and its historical relationship to the Byzantine Empire. by Auslander Saker, what you wrote is not a rant, I would liken it more to an almost
This comment was chosen by Mod ZZ from the post “Lavrov: The Americans now understand that they can do nothing without Russia.” The moderator believes this comment is a great piece of English writing. Almost novelist quality in style. The moderator was very impressed, by not only the facts, but the commenters ability to get them across in a concise, clear and effective manner. The comment questions the blind anger
This comment was chosen by Mod KL from the post “Week twenty-one of the Russian military intervention in Syria: the calm before the storm?” The moderator believes this comment reflects on the assumption the Turks and Saudis are proxies for Necon Zionists. The US presidiential race is one aspect of the struggles within the Anglos and Zionists. The summary is that whether Anglo or Zionist they both have the same
This comment was chosen by Mod HS from the post “International Military Review – Syria, Feb. 18, 2016”. The moderator believes this comment reflects the West’s obsession with President Vladimir Putin and how their media demonizes him. The commenter, mmiriww, responds to the article written by Sharon Tennison. where she shares her thoughts as the Ukraine situation worsened. Unconscionable misinformation and hype was being poured on Russia and Vladimir Putin.
This comment was chosen by Mod HS from the post “Moveable Feast Cafe 2016/02/13 13:58:37”. The moderator believes this comment questions whether there will be a World War III. The commenters conclusion is there won’t be a World War III and the window for a major world war is closing. Comment by Larchmonter445 To all who predict the inevitable war, wherever your mind thinks it will transpire: It is
This comment was chosen by Mod KL from the post “Bosnian-Muslim witness confirms that the Markale Massacre was a false flag”. The moderator believes this comment may raise some very passionate opinions and responses, but believes the comment gives a succinct overview of the Bosnian issue and a brief history of the region. Comment by Uncle Bob 1 Check out the maps I posted in a reply to Martin.
This comment was chosen by Mod HS from the post “Turkey’s Gates To Europe”. The moderator believes this comment is interesting because it asks where did it all go wrong for the US? Looking back it seems all their best laid plans have not gone the way they hoped and they are left floundering. Comment by Bilito Which is the plot that went wrong? Let’s have a look on
This comment was chosen by Mod TR from the post “Turkey’s Gates To Europe”. The moderator believes this comment looks at another reason for the flood of refugees into Germany – cheap labour and political useage. There is a lack of concern by the elites/political classes about who they have let into Europe. There are many reasons for this crisis but fundamentally it is the wars perpetrated by the “West”