Entries by Jerry Gordon

A North Korean attack on Guam is a direct attack on the United States of America

Hat tip to Lisa Benson. USAF Lt. Col. (Ret.) Rick Francona, a frequent guest analyst on national security matters related to the continuing crisis published his assessment of the South Korean translation of the North Korean Strategic Military command regarding the threat to Guam of a possible missile strike on Tuesday, August 15th if ordered by hereditary […]

Radical Muslim Political Party Lobbies U.S. State Department

Hat tip to Janet Levy. Rex Tillerson’s State Department meet with USMCO a so called umbrella group and aspiring U.S. Muslim political party headed by Muslim Brotherhood front group Council of American Islamic Relations (CAIR). In her cover note Janet wrote: Officials from the State Department met with founding member groups of the United States Council […]

Can our ‘sub par’ THAAD System protect Guam against North Korean IRBMs?

Having lived through the Cuban Missile Crisis as a young Army Intelligence officer in October 1962, what you may be witnessing is the unraveling of a 21st Century version with potentially destabilizing global implications. North Korean threats in statements from their strategic military command this evening, U.S. time suggests a multiple missile launch dropping within […]

Dutch MP Geert Wilders honors Dr. Bob Shillman at the David Horowitz Freedom Center

The following is a speech given by Geert Wilders’ at the David Horowitz Freedom on August 3, 2017 in Newport Beach, California honoring Dr. Bob Shillman who has been a major contributor to projects of the Middle East Forum, David Horowitz Freedom Center and others, possibly including Wilders Dutch Freedom Party. Here’s the text of […]

Mattis, Trump, China, Enhanced Nuclear Capabilities versus sub-par Missile Defense

Defense Secretary Mattis it abundantly clear to North Korean hereditary leader KIM Jong-un that the survival of his regime and the starving people he cruelly rules could face extinction. After all North Korea has a limited number of nuclear devices including suspected nuclear warheads for its burgeoning ICBM capability which still needs deflective heat shields […]

Iran’s Top Export to Latin America: Radical Islam

Emanuele Ottolenghi and Michaele Fria of the Washington, D.C. based Foundation for Defense of Democracies have thrown a spotlight on Iran’s long program of spreading its anti-Semitic brand of extremist Shia Islam across Latin America establishing cultural and proselytizing centers particularly with vulnerable indigenous populations. This is a long term program begun early following the […]

The Castro Control of Venezuela

Throughout the current crisis, we have referenced the behind the scenes role of the Castro regime in Cuba calling the shots in Maduro’s Chavismo autocracy. Mary Anastasia O’Grady in her Americas Wall Street Journal column has maintained a watching brief on the nefarious objectives and activities in several Latin America countries have accomplished to cause […]

Senate Foreign Relations Committee passes Act aimed at Defunding Palestinian Terror

Before Congress adjourned today, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee passed the Taylor Force Act (S. 1697) on a bi-partisan basis with all Republican members voting. Most Democratic members voted for the measure with one amendment introduced by Virginia Democrat Sen.Tim Kaine to keep any impounded funds for the Palestinian Authority in escrow for a year beyond any […]

The Best Way to Get Regime Change in North Korea

Chaver Stephen Bryen has a practical solution for the increasing threat of North Korean long range missiles to the continental U.S. Something that might equally apply to Iran: shoot them down. That would require our Missile Defense Agency to bolster current weapons programs and get the Trump Administration State Department to create effective information programs […]

Why the Secret Plan of the Bashir Regime Demands Reinstating Sanctions Against Sudan

On January 13, 2017 former President Obama signed Executive Order No. 13761 temporarily lifting  20 year old sanctions against Sudan led by International Criminal Court indicted war criminal President Omar Hassan al-Bashir. The Executive Order had a look back period of 180 days which ends on July 12th, whereupon the Trump Administration might permanently lift sanctions.  This comes at […]

Israeli Comes up with fix to inoculate against Ransomeware Virus

Credit Israeli cyber sleuths for coming up with a quick fix to protect network operating software against intrusion by Ransonware. Take that Symantec and Kaspersky labs. Note this Jewish Press.com/Ha’aretz report. Amit Serfer, an Israeli researcher at Siibrizn Labs, discovered a method to block attacks of the Petya ransomware program that on Tuesday hit thousands […]

Blood Money: Sudan Hires U.S. Lobbyist to roll back sanctions

Disgusting. Washington, D.C. law firm Squire Paton Boggs inks a $40,000 a month retainer to lobby for Sudan regime of indicted war criminal President Omar al Bashir endeavoring to keep the Obama Administration lifting of economic sanctions in place as the 180 day look back period ends on July 12th. Following which the Trump Administration […]