Archive for September 30, 2022

U.S. Navy Drones

Posted in uncategorized with tags on September 30, 2022 by andelino

Iran’s aggression in the Red Sea is more dangerous than you think.

Iranian Navy destroyer Jamaran seized two of the United States Navy’s sea drones on September 1. The Navy responded by sending two of its guided-missile destroyers, USS Nitze and USS Delbert D. Black, to retrieve the stolen drones. The Iranians attempted to hide the large drones under tarps but ultimately cast them overboard as the U.S. destroyers approached.

Following the failed theft, Iranian state television claimed the Jamaran found the drones abandoned and endangering shipping traffic. “After two warnings to an American destroyer to prevent possible incidents, Jamaran seized the two vessels and released the vessels in a safe area.”

Read more at “Iran Tries to Steal U.S. Navy Drones”

Confronting U.S. Dominance

Posted in uncategorized with tags on September 30, 2022 by andelino

When nuclear-armed powers show such solidarity in wartime, what does this mean for the world? I tell you, it is woe to the world!

Chinese General Secretary Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin met in Uzbekistan on September 15, marking the first time the two have convened in person since Russia dramatically escalated its war of aggression on Ukraine in late February.

The trip is Xi’s first visit outside of China in almost 1,000 days, and is intended as a signal to the world of the enduring strength of the Russia-China axis—despite the war.

Read more at “Xi Reemerges on World Stage With Putin to Confront U.S. Dominance”

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