After approval in the Russian government, Russia’s first airstrikes alleged to be targeting ISIS in Syria struck near the small town of Homs, in the provinces of Homs and Hama. Syrian rebels and “opposition media outlets” claim that 24 people have been killed.
The system is composed of 4 legs that can bend very similar to an insect’s legs. To avoid the reality that this could be used for injustice, conquest, or immoral acts of aggression by the powerful United States military, DARPA describes the technology as useful for “forward operating areas, ships at sea and natural-disaster zones.”
This week we may have a major geopolitical development, a possible thorn in the side of U.S./western allied forces.
Russia, Iran, Syria and Iraq agreed to establish a “Joint Information Center” in Baghdad to coordinate anti-Islamic State operations.
Last weekend, world leaders met at the U.N. 70th General Assembly, arguably “the greatest political show on Earth.” Among these world leaders was Mark Zuckerberg. That’s right, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was present at the event and was reportedly overheard talking about censorship with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Part 1 detailed how the catastrophe occurred and how the leaked radiation might be affecting the health of nearby residents. Part 2 investigates how in 1996, the Boeing Company — a behemoth corporation with deep roots in America’s military industrial-complex — acquired ownership of the Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL). And how since, the corporation has resorted to bribery, manipulation, and deceit — all to avoid cleaning up a mess it is legally obligated to remedy.