Obama Tried To Bite-Off the Wrong Head


GOP Governor Jan Brewer In Public Meltdown With Obama

national confidential

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer thrust her finger in President Obama’s face during a public tantrum by the anti-immigration lawmaker.

tarmac as Air Force One arrived in Phoenix, Brewer exchanged words with the President about the inaccuracy of her portrayal of a previous meeting with the commander-in-chief in her book Scorpions for Breakfast.

The White House took the high road in describing the President’s encounter with Brewer. An administration official explained: “The President said he’d be glad to meet with her again, but did note that after their last meeting, a cordial discussion in the Oval Office, the governor inaccurately described the meeting in her book. The President looks forward to continuing taking steps to help Arizona’s economy grow.”

Arizona has been criticized by the U.S. Justice Department and others for its “papers please” immigration law that some describe as discriminatory towards latinos.

President Obama is in Arizona as part of his post-State Of The Union trip to an Intel plant.

Meeting Obama on the


Major Cuts In US Forces–Major Hiring of Drone Operators and Cyber-Technicians

[Since this is one report which keeps getting disappeared from this site (all of the disappeared articles concern the US Special Forces, primarily) it will remain fixed to the front page.  You can read all about the growing network and its call for technicians in the series “Smashing Greater Central Asia” included below.]

Manufacturing Justification for the NATO Takeover of Central Asia–Smashing Greater Central Asia – (Part One)

Smashing Greater Central Asia—Part II

Smashing Greater Central Asia—Part III   

Smashing Greater Central Asia – Part IV

Report: Military realignment to emphasize drones and special forces

[Try reporting anything that casts doubt on the official story about Obama’s Russian Reset and see what happens to your website and your computer.]

Top official: U.S. wants to cooperate with Russia in Central Asia

26 January 2012, 11:09 (GMT+04:00)

The U.S. does not seek long-term military presence in Central Asia, and not try to push out Russia from there, U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Robert O. Blake said on Wednesday, ITAR-TASS reported.

“We seek to be very open towards our goals in Central Asia,” he said, speaking at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at the Johns Hopkins University. “We do not seek long-term military presence, and not try to push out Russia from there. On the contrary. We are looking for boosting cooperation with the Russians in the region,” he added.

Interaction on Afghanistan is of particular importance for the U.S. Supplies are delivered to the U.S. contingent in Afghanistan through Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and other Central Asian republics via the so-called Northern Distribution Network. Transit Center operates at the Manas Airport in Bishkek to assist the international anti-terrorist coalition.

Blake made it clear that without assistance of Russia, which enjoys great influence in the region, these efforts would be difficult. “The Russians are in such a position that they could block what we do if they want,” he said, adding that both countries “have many common interests” in Central Asia.

Blake confirmed that the U.S. intends to provide military assistance to Uzbekistan, with whom relations have significantly improved after Obama administration came to power.

“So far, no military assistance we have provided,” he said. The U.S. wants to avoid the current restrictions on military assistance to Uzbekistan, introduced by the U.S. in due time in the wake of dissatisfaction with the situation of human rights in the country. Blake said in any case the question is about “limited non-lethal military assistance” to support anti-terrorist operations in Afghanistan.

Major Cyber-Attack Again, Folks

I am writing this from my daughter’s computer, since my computer cannot seem to access the Internet.  All of this happened since I dared to post the Hindu press article about US Special Forces killing Gaddafi.  As you can see from NoSunglasses front page that scrambling continues there.  I lucked-out just now, in logging-on here.  I must be doing something right, to receive so much unwanted attention.  According to StatCounter, I have been having quite a few unfriendly visitors.