"By way of deception, thou shalt do war." -- Motto of the Mossad

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The Pentagon is 'proud'... and so is the Biden administration. But the US taxpayer?...

"Today we began delivery of aid from the temporary pier on to the beach of Gaza for further distribution to the people by our partners," US Central Command announced Friday. "This unique logistics capability facilitates the delivery of lifesaving humanitarian aid enabling a shared service for the international community to use to serve the people of Gaza." Below are some of the first overhead images since its completion. 

Republicans this week vigorously pushed legislation in the House of Representatives intended to prioritize weapons to Israel over funding parts of the US government.

The Israel Security Assistance Support Act passed Thursday 224-187, pulling 16 Democrats toward the Republican majority.

On Saturday, May 11, the Jerusalem Post under editor Yuval Barnea came out with a sensational headline: 

“UN seemingly halves estimate of Gazan women, children killed.”

Over a dozen Jewish billionaires working secretly in concert with the Israeli government were part of a private WhatsApp group chat which conspired to push New York City Mayor Eric Adams to crackdown on pro-Palestine protests at Columbia University, according to bombshell leaked chatlogs obtained by the Washington Post. 

It is extremely difficult to discern what might be the thinking behind the clueless President Joe Biden and his Blinken-Austin-Mayorkas foreign-policy-plus national security team. Or rather, the problem is that there does not appear to be any thinking about it at all if one measures it by what benefits it brings to the American people. It all actually seems to derive from a desire to construct a narrative that will win the presidential election coming up in November, which will fortunately be run against a deeply flawed GOP candidate named Donald J. Trump.

The required width of ‘buffer zone’ in Ukraine to protect Russia’s territory may reach as far as the Polish border if the West sends Kiev long-range weapons, Russian Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev wrote on his Telegram channel.

Medvedev recalled President Vladimir Putin’s words about the need to create a ‘buffer zone’ "inside which it will be impossible for the neo-Nazi regime to hit objects on Russian territory."

"Of course, including all the lands that have returned to our country," Medvedev explained.