Border News: Fentanyl and the Chinese Connection

Mexican cartels have turned to fentanyl

 

“Since that record bust, Mexican traffickers have gradually shifted the core of their business from plant-based drugs to synthetic drugs — those created using man-made chemicals. These include meth and illegally-made fentanyl as well as others, such as ketamine. Synthetic drugs are cheaper to produce and more lethal, with fentanyl many times more powerful than heroin. To churn out these synthetics, cartels followed Ye Gon’s lead to forge an unholy alliance with shady elements of the Asian chemical industry.”

 

Texas News: Mysterious GPS Disruptions Spread In Texas Near Fort Hood

Mysterious GPS Disruptions Spread In Texas Near Fort Hood

 

GPS interference is being reported around the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Area airports, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. The first reports of signal degradation occurred about 24 hours ago.

“Significant GPS interference being reported by pilots in the Dallas area. Aircraft being rerouted onto non-RNAV arrivals,” the flight tracking website ADS-B Exchange first reported Monday afternoon.

As you are racking your brain as to the culprit of these disruptions, think back three years to when China purchased over 100,000 acres of land in West Texas near U.S. Military Bases (Fort Hood being one of them.)

 

Know Your Naval History: Dinosaurs of the Deep Blue Sea

Dinosaurs of the Deep Blue Sea

 

Thought provoking essay on the current state of American Naval Technology, Strategy and Readiness.

Though some might argue it is a bit dated compared to other WW3 novels,  I still say Ghost Fleet is one of the most realistic novels at a plausible WW3 scenario.

 

Foreign War Movies Worth a Damn: The Eight Hundred (2020)

During the early days of the Second Sino-Japanese War, and on a greater scale World War II, the Imperial Japanese Army invaded Shanghai in what became known as the Battle of Shanghai. After holding back the Japanese for over 3 months, and suffering heavy losses, the Chinese army was forced to retreat due to the danger of being encircled. Lieutenant Colonel Xie Jinyuan of the 524th Regiment of the under-equipped 88th Division of the National Revolutionary Army, led 452 young officers and soldiers to defend Sihang Warehouse against the 3rd Imperial Japanese Division consisting of around 20,000 troops on a heroic suicidal last stand against the Japanese under an order by Generalissimo of Nationalist China, Chiang Kai-shek. The decision was made to provide a morale boost to the Chinese people after the losses of Beijing and Shanghai, and helped spur support from the Western powers, who were in full view of the battle from the International Settlement in Shanghai just across the Suzhou Creek.

This movie is based on an earlier film from 1975 called The Eight Hundred Heroes.

 

While you are Distracted with the Fireworks in Ukraine, D.C. and Corporate Elitist Assholes are Selling this Country Out to China…

 

If you listen to one podcast this month, let it be this one.

Really eye opening sit down with author Peter Schweizer about the fll-tilt sell out by Political and Corporate elitist on both sides of the aisle.

It’s no coincidence that the same chicken littles who have been screaming about Russia being “the biggest threat to Democracy in the Western Hemisphere” are also the same people selling out this Country to China in the same breath.

Don’t Buy into the Bullshit.