At times it is difficult to see the dividing line between the Turkish military and the radical jihadists that are hopping back and forth across the border with the full support of the Turkish government. Over the weekend, militants from Turkey that crossed over into northern Syria were supported by artillery fire from the Turkish military as they attacked a key Kurdish town…
“We have nuclear bombs”: this is what was said on February 19 on Russia Today by the Saudi political analyst, Daham al-Anzi, de facto spokesman for Riyadh.
He repeated it on another Arab channel. Saudi Arabia had already declared  its intention to acquire nuclear weapons from Pakistan (not a signatory to the Non-Proliferation Treaty), of whom it finances 60% of the military nuclear program. Now, through al-Anzi, the Saudis have indicated that they started buying them two years ago. Of course, for Riyadh, this is to confront the “Iranian threat” in Yemen, Iraq and Syria, where “the Russians aid Assad.” That is to say, where Russia supports the Syrian government to free the country from Daesh (Islamic state) and other terrorist groups, financed and armed by Saudi Arabia as part of the US / NATO strategy.
Camel Monarchies ban Hezbollah ~ link ~
The decision of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (CCASG or GCC) to designate the Hezbollah militant group a terrorist organization is a “historic” one, a member of the foreign affairs committee of the Saudi Arabian consultative Shura Council told Sputnik Wednesday.
High ranking Israeli delegation in Riyadh ~ link ~ They have NOT given up on their drive towards a General Mideast War and World War III. Stirling
According to Israel-based Rotter website, in the recent weeks, a senior Israeli delegation visited the Saudi capital of Riyadh to confer with Saudi leadership concerning regional developments.
Yesterday, In spite of Israeli Military Censor’s explicit proscription, Israeli channel 10 reported the details of a clandestine visit made by a leading Israeli delegation to KSA, discussing the close relationship between Tel Aviv and Riyadh.
Russia to launch two SLBM Bulava missiles in war drill from Barents Sea ~ link ~ Notice how both the USN and Russian Navy have lately launched SLBMs (submarine launched ballistic missile) lately. Testing and/or warning?!! Stirling
South Korea to launch another German-designed submarine next month ~ link ~
South Korea’s navy is looking to launch a new submarine next month, an industry spokesperson has confirmed.
A spokesperson from South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) told IHS Jane’s on March 1 that the Republic of Korea Navy (RoKN) is aiming to launch its seventh Type 214 KSS-2 class diesel-electric submarine with air-independent propulsion in April 2016. The spokesperson also said that the 1,700 ton vessel had been named Hong Beom-do after a South Korean national hero and had been given the pennant number 079.
China's Y-20 heavy airlifters to go into service this year ~ link
Russia is designing a 6th Generation Fighter ~ link ~ link ~
War Monument to End All War Monuments ~ link ~
Nothing has been decided by Tuesday’s results and important contests still lie ahead.
Nevertheless, it’s clear that both Trump and Clinton are going to be hard to peg back. In racing terms they’ve got a handy lead, both are jumping well and the challengers are already coming off the bridle. But of course, as in horse racing, no one’s won until the finishing line is passed. Unexpected falls can happen anywhere. And who's that we see through our field glasses, placing some stones and rocks in the path of Trump to try and get him to fall. Why it's the Neocons!
Why a Hillary Clinton Presidency Is a Real Possibility ~ link ~