Brig. Gen. Chuck Yeager Passed Away At Age 97

Retired Air Force Brig. Gen. Charles “Chuck” Yeager, the first pilot to break the sound barrier at 660 mph, died on Tuesday at age 97.

Yeager’s X-1 rocket plane broke the record on Oct. 14, 1947, flying over California’s Mojave Desert.

During WW2, Yeager shot down 13 German planes on 64 missions. He was shot down once behind enemy lines in German-held France, escaping with the help of French partisans.

After breaking the sound barrier, which the military kept secret for a year, he continued chasing that demon in the air, and flew more than 1,600 mph on Dec. 12, 1953.

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Special Forces Elevated In Stature, Will Report Directly to SecDef

The acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller announced today the Special Forces will now be on par with other military branches, and its civilian leader will report directly to him.

The changes had been authorized by Congress in the 2017 NDAA but had never been implemented.

With the ongoing news coup in progress against President Trump, he might need more loyalty. General Mark Milley refused to protect St. John’s Church from Black Lives Matter/Antifa and the deep state recently admitting they lied about troop numbers so Trump wouldn’t pull out of Syria.

Acting assistant secretary of defense for Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict Ezra Cohen-Watnick will now report directly to Miller instead of through “current bureaucratic channels.”

Cohen-Watnick was an aide to Michael Flynn, who Trump’s former National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster tried unsuccessfully to have fired.

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Remember When Joe Biden Outed That the SEALS Killed bin Laden

On May 3, 2011, one day after U.S. Navy SEAL Team Six killed Osama bin Laden, Joe Biden revealed the team’s identity while boasting at an Atlantic Council cocktail party.

A few months later, in Afghanistan, on August 6, 25 members of SEAL Team Six and 13 others were killed in a slow moving Chinook helicopter (callsign Extortion 17) by a Taliban-fired rocket-propelled grenade.

An Islamic prayer was said over the cremated Christian U.S. soldiers, since a chaplain was denied at the service.

Family members were furious at Biden’s remarks, that they believe “put a target” on their sons’ backs, by revealing classified intel from the bin-Laden mission.

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An Alleged Obama-Biden-China Secret South China Sea Deal Revealed

An April, 2016 screengrab of Hunter Biden meeting with Barack Obama in the Oval Office was taken by the Bidens to show the Chinese Communist Party a South China Sea deal was done, according to GTV.

(Above infographic from Lude Media)

During the Obama Administration, China had militarily built up shallow islands in the South China Sea, a region where Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Taiwan have made territorial claims.

In June, 2016, retired Japanese Admiral Sumihiko Kawamura described Obama’s response to China’s buildup in the region as “almost entirely meaningless.”

Chinese dissident Miles Guo owns GTV and has vowed to destroy the Communist party.

FURTHER REVEALS: In addition to shady pay-for-play deals in China, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Oman, Serbia and elsewhere, Hunter Biden received rich gifts from the son of one of Mexico’s richest men.

CAUGHT ON TAPE: Hunter Biden recorded his anger at the disappearance of his billionaire business partner Ye Jianming of CEFC China.

PLAUSIBLE DENIABILITY:” Tony Bobulinski tells Tucker Carlson the Biden family shrugged off concerns about risk to 2020 bid

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Architects Dispute Official Cause of World Trade Center Building 7 Collapse

A scientific study by 3,000 architects and engineers, finalized in March, 2020, disagrees with the official reason for the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 (Salomon Building), 19 years ago on Sept. 11, 2001.

In 2008 the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST), an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce, conluded that debris from the collapse World Trade Center Tower 1 ignited fires on at least 10 floors in WTC7.

Researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) with the Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth challenged the fire hypothesis with their study and are requesting a correction to the official 2008 NIST report.

“The collapse of WTC 7 was a global failure involving the near-simultaneous failure of all columns in the building and not a progressive collapse involving the sequential failure of columns throughout the building.”

UAF report

Some theorize a controlled demolition brought down WTC 7, citing the media reporting on the collapse before it happened, and disputed claims of a radio countdown heard prior to the collapse. The UFA report does not make such claims.

Strengthening the official fire collapse theory is that over 300 firefighters died when the twin towers fell, disrupting the ability to extinguish flames in WTC 7 which had sprinkler system failures. Also, could alleged demolition wiring survive eight hours of fires before alleged conspirators decided to push the detonate button?

Enhanced video and audio of the moment of collapse (below) provides no answers, but does show some areas collapsing before others.

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War of Words Worsens With China

U.S.-China relations are worsening as Mike Pompeo and others in the Trump Administration have increased calling Xi Jinping “general secretary of the Chinese Communist party (CCP)” instead of President. Analysts claim the change is meant to hurt Xi’s image with his people.

Pompeo tweeted a picture of his dog Mercer playing with a Winnie the Pooh doll in July. China banned Winnie the Pooh movies, merchandise and images after memes of Xi’s alleged likeness to the cartoon character spread on Chinese social media in recent years.

Tensions are increasing with the spread of the Chinese Coronavirus, espionage at American universities, patent theft, belt and road expansion and the CCP’s increased presence in disputed areas of the South China Sea.

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Debating the Decision to Drop Nuclear Weapons

75 years ago President Truman’s decision to drop nuclear bombs on Japan is largely seen as avoiding an estimated 500,000 to a million American casualties in a Japan invasion.

Truman made the “the least bad [decision] of the alternatives” says Henry I. Miller, at Human Events. The U.S. had recently suffered 18,000 dead and 78,000 wounded between February and June 1945 at Iwo Jima and Okinawa.

John V. Denson at Mises Insitute contends the saving-lives reason to drop the bombs was a myth created when opposition over the decision grew.

General Dwight Eisenhower, Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral William Leahy and Admiral William Halsey all opposed the bombing.

Truman wanted the display of power as a warning to the Soviet Union. Secondarily he could show the bombs’ effectiveness at ending the war when explaining to Congress the secret appropriations to the Manhattan Project, says Denson.

“The Japanese were already defeated and ready to surrender because of the effective sea blockade and the successful bombing with conventional weapons.”

Admiral William Leahy

Quotes from American commanders at Global Research.

Infographic via The National Post

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Trump Pulls 12,000 Troops From Germany

Defense Secretary Mark Esper announced the movement of 12,000 U.S. troops out of Germany (6,400 to home, 5,600 repositioned in Europe.) President Trump had previously cited Germany’s lack of meeting its financial obligations to NATO.

Vivid Maps has created graphics on military expenditures by country for 2020 (above). They also took at look at spending per capita, which shows interesting changes. (below).

($ billions)

(Map above)

(Map below)
1. U.S.649 1. UAE2,363
2. China204 2. Saudi Arabia2,005
3. Saudi Arabia68 3. U.S.1,986
4. India67 4. Singapore1,923
5. France64 5. Israel1,795
6. Russia62 6. Kuwait1,764
7. U.K.50 7. Oman1,389
8. Germany49 8. Norway1,330
9. Japan47 9. Australia1,069
10. South Korea43 10. France953
20. Germany597
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