Category Archives: mexico

Iran War Game – Day One (Deux)

19 December 2011 Caracas (AP) State ran media announced¬†Venezuela was sponsoring a ‘freedom flotilla’ to set sail tomorrow for Guantanamo Bay. Calling indefinite detention a “war crime against humanity,” the government slammed the U.S. based facility in Cuba, claiming additional … Continue reading

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Weekend @ WoI

Berlusconi’s Dangerous Buffoonery – The Guardian Iran Pushes Mideast Into Crisis – Nat’l Post Why Cause Hawks Care About Iran Now? – FoPo Online China Needs a New Foreign Policy – East Asia Forum What Does China’s Aircraft Carrier Tell … Continue reading

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al Quds “Marg-bar Amreeka!”

WoI’s expert ex Spy guy, Persian Gulf Military Expert and academ au courant contact gives up some hot deets and 1st thoughts about the crazy asseted news re: Iran’s al Quds Praetorian Guards acting out along the death to America … Continue reading

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Dispatches from the War Next Door: Police vs Police

So on Monday I was in a meeting at the town government building from 10 to 11 am.¬† Only a few minutes after I left, 30 heavily armed men wearing black masks stormed the building and rounded up, disarmed, cuffed … Continue reading

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An Introduction …

First, let me thank my good friend Starbuck for allowing me to occupy, along with a few others, his bully pulpit.¬† I intend to blog here regularly over the course of the month and I hope my experience and insights … Continue reading

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>Big Trouble in Little Mexico

>Today’s link-of-the-day post is a tag-team from Adam Elkus (writing at Red Team Journal) and Greg Milsaps regarding the security threat down south. Very little analysis will follow this because, well, I’m kind of lazy today and want to get … Continue reading

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>Trouble in Tijuana

>Whenever I hear replies that say “this should be required reading for all policy makers”, I become a little skeptical, but in the case of ZenPundit, it actually is the case. ZenPundit has published a great post which satirizes the … Continue reading

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