Very shallow M6.6 earthquake hits Ogasawara region, Japan
A very shallow earthquake registered by the JMA as M6.6 hit Japanese Ogasawara Archipelago at 18:22 UTC (03:22 JST) on August 16, 2018. The USGS is reporting M6.4 at a depth of 11.5 km (7.1 miles) at 18:21 and M6.0 at 18:22 UTC. EMSC is reporting M6.4 and M5.9 at a depth of 10 km (6.2 miles). According to the USGS, the epicenter was located 251 km (156 miles) SE of Iwo Jima, 420.9 km (261.5 miles) SSW of Ogasawara, Japan and 945.4 km (587.5 miles) NNW of Saipan, Northen Mariana Islands. There are no people living within 100 km (62 miles). Although there may be slight sea-level changes in coastal regions, this earthquake has caused no damage to Japan, JMA said. The closest volcanoes are Minami-Hiyoshi and Nikko, both submarine. They have located roughly 100 km (62 miles) W of the epicenter. Periodic water discoloration and water-spouting have been reported over Minami-Hiyoshi since 1975 when detonations and an explosion were als…

The US strategic objective of regime change in Syria is foiled once again.

Russian Military Intelligence has recently managed to intercept 2 truckloads (entering Syria from Turkey); the trucks supposedly contained a shipment of medical supplies and had a load of International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) aluminum cases containing stacks of $100 dollar bills. The total amount is estimated to have exceeded one billion US dollars.

The Russians are sure that this “shipment”, compliments of Uncle Sam, was going to the US supported branch of ISIS in Syria in order to help them re-group and continue to fight the Syrian army from the US controlled border strip between Syria and Iraq. So much for American claims of promoting democracy and freedom.

The Syrian government and its allies are probably grateful for this generous US donation (at the expense of the US taxpayer) that could be used to help rebuild Syria. After all, it was the US and their terrorist proxies that destroyed Syria in the first place. Ahhh, the irony!

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