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Kurti’s Election Means a Stronger Push for “Greater Albania” and Protection for Terrorists in Kosovo By Paul Antonopoulos, November 28 2019

Albin Kurti is on the verge of becoming the next Prime Minister of Kosovo after he and opposition chairman Isa Mustafa confirmed last week that the two rival political parties had made progress to create a coalition government. Mustafa said

American Thanksgiving: A Pure Glorification of Racist Barbarity By Glen Ford, November 28 2019

Thanksgiving 2019

“The Thanksgiving story is an absolution of the Pilgrims, whose brutal quest for absolute power in the New World is made to seem both religiously motivated and eminently human…. The Mayflower’s cultural heirs are programmed to find glory

Why First Nations People Regard Thanksgiving Day as a National Day of Mourning By Dr. Gary G. Kohls, November 28 2019

“The Sioux (aka Lakota) Indians of Minnesota must be exterminated or driven forever beyond the borders of the state.” – Minnesota Governor Alexander Ramsey

We turkey-celebrating, obese, sports-addicted, shop-until-you-drop, historically-illiterate couch potatoes are all beneficiaries of the acts of our …

“Coverups are the Rule”: Washington Will Never Rat on Itself By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, November 28 2019

Former US Attorney Joe diGenova predicts that US Justice (sic) Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report on the Obama regime’s FISA court violations and US Attorney John Durham’s criminal investigation of the Russiagate hoax perpetrated by the CIA, FBI,

The Next American Revolution? Anticipated Civil Unrest By Larry Romanoff, November 27 2019

Preparing For Civil War?

US authorities have for decades become increasingly prepared for mass civil disturbances resulting from government and corporate attacks on American society. We can recall that in the early 1980s the Hidden State launched its open war

Immigrants, Refugees, and Asylum Seekers; Displaced Persons in the United States By Joseph Thomas, November 27 2019

“If this country ever goes under, it will be for needless, egregious hypocrisy.”  — Norman Mailer, “Harlot’s Ghost”

Somewhere in Heaven, English author George Orwell is either laughing, crying, or looking on; mouth agape, speechless. The total corruption of the

BBC Under Increasing Criticism for Biased Reporting By Johanna Ross, November 27 2019

It’s almost as British as fish and chips and a pint, but what used to be embraced by the masses as a reliable source of information, the BBC, is now under increasing scrutiny for its overt political bias. With the

The War on Syria: Vanessa Beeley’s Lecture Tour in Canada By Ken Stone and Vanessa Beeley, November 27 2019

We are pleased to announce a lecture tour of Canada by the internationally-acclaimed British journalist, Vanessa Beeley.

Ms. Beeley is one of only a handful of journalists in the world qualified to answer questions about the war in Syria …

The Problem of Wikipedia By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, November 27 2019

Over the course of my life I have watched integrity shrivel up and die everywhere in the Western world. It is not like it was ever really abundant, but there was a goodly amount of it, and it had authority.

Video: The Revolution Business: Does the USA Sponsor “Color Revolutions” and “Regime Change”? By Journeyman Pictures, November 27 2019

First published in 2011, this carefully researched documentary, reveals how the US manipulates protest movements (through covert ops) and carries out “color revolutions”.


The Revolution Business, 2011 – Consultants are helping people countries like Ukraine and Egypt build a

Why the Trump Regime Toppled Bolivia’s Evo Morales. “He Wasn’t Our Guy” By Stephen Lendman, November 27 2019

In a word, he wasn’t “our guy” in La Paz, Bolivia’s political capital. 

He didn’t surrender the sovereign rights of the nation and people to US interests.

He was democratically elected and reelected four times, serving from January 22, 2006 …

Turkey Rejects US Demand to Return Russian S-400s By Stephen Lendman, November 27 2019

The capabilities of Russia’s S-400 air defense system is unmatched by anything in the West.

China was Russia’s first foreign buyer, its military saying it “saw that the S-400 system by its capabilities today is unparalleled in the world in

Exxon's own research in the 1980s indicated that without major reductions in fossil fuel combustion, "[t]here are some potentially catastrophic events that must be considered." (Photo: Luc B / Flickr)
Fossil Fuel Divestment Will Increase Carbon Emissions, Not Lower Them – Here’s Why By Stefan Andreasson, November 27 2019

A global campaign encouraging individuals, organisations and institutional investors to sell off investments in fossil fuel companies is gathering pace. According to, US$11 trillion has already been divested worldwide.

But, while it may seem a logical strategy, divestment …

Boris Johnson’s Tory Party Manifesto Vows to Ban Boycott Campaigns (BDS) against Israel By Areeb Ullah, November 27 2019

Britain’s ruling Conservative party has vowed to ban UK public bodies from participating in boycott and divestment campaigns of any foreign country in its manifesto.

The Conservative Party’s proposals could mean new legislation will bar local government bodies and universities …

The Role of British Universities in Supporting Israel’s Demolitions of Palestinian Homes By Tom Anderson, November 27 2019

Palestinians are calling for people internationally to take action against the companies complicit in Israel’s systematic demolition of Palestinian homes. This article focuses on British university partnerships with JCB, Caterpillar, HSBC and Volvo – four companies which are

A New Pipeline Could Undo America’s Influence in Asia By Simon Watkins, November 27 2019

From the moment that the U.S. re-imposed sanctions in earnest on Iran late last year, Pakistan has been looking at ways to resuscitate a deal that had been agreed in principle before the U.S. unilaterally withdrew from the Joint Comprehensive

Video: “Les cendres de la guerre” with Dr. Ayssar Midani By Mark Taliano, Ayssar Midani, and Michel Collon, November 27 2019

Reporting from Joubar, a suburb of Damascus, Dr. Ayssar Midani shines a light on realities of the NATO war against Syria, and against civilization itself.

She takes us to places from which terrorists fired their missiles onto children, men, and …

Trump and Netanyahu: A Tale of Two Criminals By Robert Fantina, November 27 2019

It has been interesting to watch the slow-moving arc of justice, or some semblance of it, at play in Israel and the United States. The trajectories of both nations has been somewhat astounding.

In the United States, the past several …

Media Lies About Syria, Trump Flip-Flops, Blunders? By Philip Giraldi, November 27 2019

Recently The New York Times featured two op-eds by resident hacks Bret Stephens and Tom Friedman as well as a featured editorial, all on the subject of Syria and how the Trump administration has betrayed the American people. The pieces

Evo the ‘Terrorist’ and the Weaponization of Fear-Mongering Labels By Andrew Korybko, November 27 2019

The coup-imposed “Interior Minister” of Bolivia demanded that (“former”) President Morales be jailed for life because of his supposedly “terrorist” activities, which amounts to the weaponization of fear-mongering labels for purely political reasons intended to intimidate his majority-indigenous supporters into

Establishing Fossil-fuel Free (FFF) Communities By Emanuel Pastreich, November 27 2019


The response to the increasing awareness of the threat of continuing a fossil-fuel driven growth and consumption economic model is a ruthless effort to block out serious reporting on climate change in the media and to downplay is seriousness

Syria: 70% of Internally Displaced (IDP) Families Have Returned to Their Liberated Villages in Idlib Province By Arabi Souri, November 27 2019

Idlib liberated villages in the province’s eastern countryside are being rehabilitated by state’s workshops which helped the return of the majority of the IDPs to their homes.

Over the past 1.5 years since cleaning these villages form NATO terrorists, and …

Iran’s Barter Trade Deals with China, By-Passing the US-Dollar, “Dedollarizing” Her Economy By Peter Koenig, November 27 2019

According to a PressTV Report of 24 November, 2019, Iran and China are working on a trade or barter deal that would circumvent US sanctions. It would bypass US-dollar denominated transactions, exchanging Iranian oil for Chinese goods and services and

The Bee: “The Most Important Living Being on the Planet” By Physics and Astronomy Zone, November 27 2019

Its sting hurts a lot, but if they were to disappear, it would hurt much more.

The Earthwatch Institute concluded in the last debate of the Royal Geographical Society of London, that bees are the most important living being on

The Dangers of Cell Phone Radiation. The Right to Know. Don’t Put in Your Shirt Pocket By Environmental Health Trust, November 27 2019

Of relevance to the ongoing debate on the health impacts of cell phones. First published on July 10, 2019

A landmark Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the City of Berkeley’s cell phone right to know ordinance rejecting industries argument

The Real Reason America Used Nuclear Weapons Against Japan. It Was Not To End the War Or Save Lives. By Washington's Blog, November 27 2019
Like all Americans, I was taught that the U.S. dropped nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in order to end WWII and save both American and Japanese lives. But most of the top American military officials at the time said otherwise.
Glyphosate Worse than We Could Imagine. “It’s Everywhere” By F. William Engdahl, November 27 2019
Glyphosate residues have been found in tap water, orange juice, children’s urine, breast milk, chips, snacks, beer, wine, cereals, eggs, oatmeal, wheat products, and most conventional foods tested. It’s everywhere.
Only Western Loans to Developing Countries are Allowed. US State Department Official By Andrew Korybko, November 26 2019

Wells’ snide remarks were obviously driven by double standards whereby the US diplomat is making it clear that only Western loans to developing countries are allowed, not Chinese ones.

Alice Wells, the US’ Acting Assistance Secretary of State for

Melting of Greenland and Antarctic Ice Sheets: Atmospheric CO2 and The Shift of Climate Zones By Dr. Andrew Glikson, November 26 2019

As the concentration of atmospheric COhas risen to 408 ppm and the total greenhouse gas level, including methane and nitrous oxide, combine to near 500 parts per million CO2-equivalent, the stability threshold of the Greenland and Antarctic

These Phones Emit the Most (and Least) Radiation By Zero Hedge, November 26 2019

For most people nowadays, their smartphone is within arm’s reach 24 hours a day. It’s in their pocket while they’re at work, it’s in their hand on the train ride home and it’s on their bedside table as they go

Harassment, Surveillance, Intimidation: How America’s Police State Deals with Dissent and Political Activism By Larry Romanoff, November 26 2019

Most Americans proudly trumpet their famed civil liberties such as freedom of assembly, freedom of speech and of thought, freedom of the press, freedom from warrantless search, the treasuring of dissidents and dissident thought, but these freedoms and liberties have

Video: Tense Situation in Northeastern Syria. Russian and Turkish Forces Continue “Joint Patrols” By South Front, November 26 2019

The Syrian Army is developing its advance on positions of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham and other radical groups in Greater Idlib.

Following the liberation of Misherfah in southern Idlib, the army pushed militants back from the villages of Um Khalakhil, Dahret

Selected Articles: Netanyahu’s Real Crimes By Global Research News, November 26 2019

Online independent analysis of US-led wars, rampant corruption, corporate greed, civil rights and fraudulent monetary transactions is invariably relegated to the bottom rung of search engine results.

As a result we presently do not cover our monthly running costs which

US Has Killed More Than 20 Million People in 37 “Victim Nations” Since World War II By James A. Lucas, November 26 2019

First published in November 2015

GR Editor’s Note

Let us put this in historical perspective: the commemoration of the War the End All Wars  acknowledges that 15 million lives were lost in the course of World War I (1914-18).


The Problem with Israeli Settlements Is Not that They Are Illegal. It’s that They Are Immoral. By Prof. Peter Beinart, November 26 2019

Yesterday the Trump administration said Israeli settlements in the West Bank don’t violate international law. That’s absurd. Among international lawyers, the consensus that settlements are illegal rivals the consensus among international scientists that humans contribute to climate change. As

One Country, Two Systems Unchanged After Hong Kong Elections By Stephen Lendman, November 26 2019

One country, two systems defines how Hong Kong and Macau are governed since becoming Chinese regions in 1997 and 1999 respectively.

After reunification with China, both cities were granted a high degree of autonomy for 50 years as special administrative …

Eroding Free Expression in Israel Updated By Stephen Lendman, November 26 2019

Like the US and other Western societies, democracy in Israel is pure fantasy, the notion abhorred by its ruling authorities.

Ordinary Jews are exploited to benefit privileged ones. Separate and unequal is official policy. 

Arab citizens are considered 5th column …

The End of the Rule of Law By Chris Hedges, November 26 2019

Bruce Fein, a former senior official in the Department of Justice and a constitutional scholar, has identified 12 impeachable offenses committed by Donald Trump. But, as he notes, many of these constitutional violations are not unique to the

The Real Bombshell of the Impeachment Hearings By Rep. Ron Paul, November 26 2019

The most shocking thing about the House impeachment hearings to this point is not a “smoking gun” witness providing irrefutable evidence of quid pro quo. It’s not that President Trump may or may not have asked the Ukrainians to look

Is Netanyahu Ready to Inflame War to Escape His Legal Troubles? By Jonathan Cook, November 26 2019

The decision to indict Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on three separate criminal counts pushes the country’s already unprecedented electoral stalemate into the entirely uncharted territory of a constitutional crisis.

There is no legal precedent for a sitting prime minister …

Pompeo Gives Away the Palestinian West Bank By Philip Giraldi, November 26 2019

A story has been circulating suggesting that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will soon be resigning because he needs to focus on planning for his campaign to become a Senator from Kansas in 2020. This is good news for the

On State Contravention of the Genocide Convention. America’s “Genocidal Intent” By J. B. Gerald, November 26 2019

I’d like to note two articles by Professor Michel Chossudovsky published this November in Global Research: they help explain the current denigration of the Convention on Genocide. When we grow accustomed to our system’s atrocities we lessen our humanity.

In …

Netanyahu’s Real Crimes By James J. Zogby, November 26 2019

After years of investigation and months of delay, Israel’s Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit formally indicted Benjamin Netanyahu for crimes ranging from his violation of public trust to bribery and fraud. Israel’s apologists will argue that the fact that a sitting

Withdrawal of U.S. Forces from South Korea Is Long Overdue: Examining the Military Balance on the Korean Peninsula By Taoka Shunji and Steve Rabson, November 26 2019


On the eve of the seventieth anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War, the armistice of 1953 has still not led to a peace treaty, to U.S.-DPRK diplomatic relations, or to an end to the U.S. embargo on

Ukrainian MP Claims $7.4 Billion Obama-Linked Laundering, Puts Biden Group Take at $16.5 Million By Zero Hedge, November 26 2019

Update 2: Dobinsky, the MP, says there is a “signed suspicion” at 1:19 in the video below. This has been described in Ukrainian media as an investigative step which documents allegations against an individual or individuals, similar to

Did the US-funded Afghan Border Outpost Help Tajikistan in Neutralizing ISIS Terrorists? By Omid Rahimi and Aveek Sen, November 26 2019

On November 6th, early in the morning at 7:50 AM local time, the Interior Ministry of the Republic of Tajikistan published a statement about an attack on a Tajik border outpost in “Ishqobod” along the border with Uzbekistan.

Iran’s ‘Only Crime Is We Decided Not to Fold’ By Pepe Escobar, November 26 2019

Just in time to shine a light on what’s behind the latest sanctions from Washington, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in a speech at the annual Astana Club meeting in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan delivered a searing account of Iran-US

Don’t Just Give Thanks. Pay Your Blessings Forward By John W. Whitehead, November 26 2019

“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.”—John F. Kennedy

Once again, it’s been a hard, heart-wrenching, stomach-churning kind of year.

It’s been a

Video: Syrian Army Developing Advance in Southern Idlib By South Front, November 26 2019

Tensions are heating up around the militant-held parts of Idlib and Aleppo provinces.

On November 22, the Syrian Army conducted a wide-scale missile strike on militants’ positions in western Aleppo. According to pro-militant sources, at least 15 improvised rocket-assisted munitions

The Road Toward Greater Eurasia By Pepe Escobar, November 26 2019

The Astana Club is one of the most crucial annual meetings in Eurasia, alongside the Boao forum in China and the Valdai discussions in Russia. China, Russia and Kazakhstan are all at the forefront of Eurasia integration. No wonder, then,

Could Russia’s “Floating Nuclear Power Plants” Change the World Economy? By F. William Engdahl, November 26 2019

While the EU and United States have all but abandoned nuclear energy as a future power source, with almost no new reactors being built and existing ones being decommissioned, Russia has quietly emerged as the world’s leading builder of peaceful

How Billionaires Become Billionaires By Prof. James Petras, November 26 2019
America has the greatest inequalities, highest mortality rate, most regressive taxes, and largest public subsidies for bankers and billionaires of any developed capitalist country. One of the most likely sources of billionaire wealth is through tax evasion in all of its guises and forms.
The Federal Reserve Cartel: The Eight Families By Dean Henderson, November 26 2019
The Four Horsemen of Banking (Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup and Wells Fargo) own the Four Horsemen of Oil (Exxon Mobil, Royal Dutch/Shell, BP and Chevron Texaco)
US Interfered in Elections of at Least 85 Countries Worldwide Since 1945 By Shane Dixon Kavanaugh, November 26 2019

This article was first published by and Global Research in December 2016.

The simmering tit-for-tat has kept the issue of election meddling burning bright in the national spotlight, fueled even further by the belief among U.S. intelligence agencies that

Military Training for Young Children at Ukraine’s “Neo-Nazi Summer Camp”. Recruitment of Ukraine’s “Child Soldiers” Financed by US “Nonlethal” Military Aid? By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, November 26 2019
The Azov battalion supported by its Western partners is not only involved in para-military operations in Donbass, it is also running a Summer Camp military training project for young children.
History of US-Israel Relations, The State Department’s “Fact Sheet”. A War of “Terror Alliance” By Stephen Lendman, November 25 2019

The State Department’s (SD below) so-called “fact sheet” on Israel mixes facts with fiction.

SD: “The United States was the first country to recognize Israel as a state in 1948, and the first to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of

For Those Who Value Global Research: We Need Your Support! By The Global Research Team, November 25 2019
We are – as a society – inundated and overwhelmed with a flood of information from a wide array of sources, but these sources of information, by and large, serve the powerful interests and individuals that own them with the aim of controlling public perception and justifying their agendas.
Will the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Sanction Russia from the Olympics? By Andrew Korybko, November 25 2019

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) might declare Russia’s national counterpart “non-compliant” with the international body’s regulations early next month in a shameful move that could potentially make the country unable to compete in next year’s Tokyo Olympics, thus continuing the

The White Helmets: How the U.S. Has Sponsored Terrorists in Syria By Abdallah Samir, November 25 2019

James Le Mesurier, the co-founder of the White Helmets, was found dead on November 11, 2019, in Istanbul. It is noteworthy that his body was discovered near one of the headquarters of the organization. This incident brought us once

Turmoil or State Terror in Kashmir? India’s “Hindutiva Project” By Junaid S. Ahmad, November 25 2019

“They weren’t like us and for that reason deserved to be ruled” – Edward Said

The parallels with the Zionist state are impossible not to notice. This should be no surprise considering the close collaboration between Israel and India in

Torturing and Killing Julian Assange Slowly By Stephen Lendman, November 25 2019

In cahoots with the Trump regime, Britain is killing Assange slowly for the “crime” of truth-telling journalism the way it’s supposed to be.

Isolated in maximum security solitary confinement, denied vitally needed medical and dental treatment, and reportedly given 3-quinuclidinyl …

Attacking Palestine’s Future. “Omnipresent are the Prison Guard Towers, the Barbed Wire, the Israeli Soldiers” By Greg Shupak, November 25 2019

Traveling across Palestine, as I did to give lectures earlier this year, means following a perpetually fresh trail of repression.

Omnipresent are the prison guard towers, the barbed wire, the Israeli soldiers with their massive guns and the separation wall.

Why I Don’t Have a Mobile Phone By Julian Rose, November 25 2019

In the late 1990’s I bought an early model Ericsson mobile phone. Travelling around the UK countryside visiting farmers, it seemed quite useful, in spite of the very intermittent signal availability of that time. However, I found the masts which

MH17: Five Years of One-Sided Propaganda and Investigation from the Dutch Government’s JIT Team By Sonja van den Ende, November 25 2019

Five years ago on July 17, 2014, Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was blown out of the sky while flying over Eastern Ukraine. It was on its way from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. All 283 passengers (mainly Dutch) and 15

Mother Explains Why Her Daughter’s Death from Vaccines Isn’t Reported in the Statistics By Richard Enos, November 25 2019

It will be instructive for our conversation to understand exactly how the U. S. government’s Vaccination Injury Compensation Program (VICP) works. This is what the government website tells us:

The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program is a no-fault alternative to

International Law Is Clear on One Point: Israel’s Settlements Are Illegal By Richard Falk, November 25 2019

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made headlines around the world this week in announcing that the US had shifted its position, and no longer viewed Israeli settlements as a violation of international law. 

In one of the stupider public …

John Barnett on Why He Won’t Fly on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner By John Barnett and Corporate Crime Reporter, November 25 2019

For almost three decades, John Barnett was a quality manager at Boeing.

For 28 of those years, he was with Boeing in Everett, Washington.

Barnett loved Boeing. He loved Boeing planes. He loved his work.

Then, in 2010, Barnett was …

Brexit Predicted to Lead to Regulatory Decline and Increased Hazards from Pesticides By Beyond Pesticides, November 25 2019

The potential exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union (EU) — aka “Brexit” — may portend greater pesticide use and exposures, according to a report from the Soil Association and the Pesticide Action Network UK. As covered by

Iran Social Unrest: Protests and Carefully Planned Provocations By Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich, November 25 2019

When protests in Hong Kong, Iraq, and Lebanon erupted, I was fully anticipating protests in Iran to follow. In 2018 alone, the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) had spent millions of dollars in these countries (and elsewhere) to promote America’s

Militarizing America’s Police: The Whole Damn System Is “Guilty as Hell”: Taking Control of Police By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, November 25 2019

The entire system of policing in the United States is in crisis. Police murdering civilians has become a too common nightmare across the United States. The police murders of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, Eric Garner in New York City,

China Is Building a Community with a Shared Future for Mankind By Peter Koenig, November 25 2019

“China’s 70-Years Development and the Construction of a Community with a Shared Future for Mankind”. This is the title of an International Conference, organized by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) which I was privileged to attend from 5-7

Popes Against Nuclear Weapons By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, November 25 2019

The Vatican comes with its ills, contradictions and blatant hypocrisies in the field of moral theology and human existence, but on the issue of atomic and nuclear weapons, the position has been fairly consistent, if marked by gradual evolution.  On

Evidence Talks: US Government Propelled Coup in Bolivia By W.T. Whitney Jr., November 25 2019
Bolivian armed forces commander in chief Williams Kaliman Romero on November 10 “suggested” that Morales resign. That was the coup de grace. Within 3 days, Kaliman himself resigned and moved to the US. Kaliman and other military chiefs each had received $1 million and that top police officers received $500,000 apiece.
Bolivia’s Coup Government Targets Alternative Media as Crackdown Turns Increasingly Violent By Alan MacLeod, November 25 2019

Facing increased resistance to its rule, the new “coup” gov’t in Bolivia is purging any potential threats to its authority, including teleSUR and other alternative media.


Facing increased resistance to its rule, the new “transition” government of Jeanine

Bolsonaro Dismisses Amazon Deforestation as ‘Cultural’ By Olivia Rosane, November 25 2019

Despite confirmation this week that the deforestation rate in the Amazon rainforest is at its highest in more than a decade, far-right Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro refuses to take the problem seriously.

When confronted with findings from Brazil‘s National …

Conspiracy and Silence from the Organization of American States By Elson Concepción Pérez, November 25 2019

It is time for the peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean to stand together and say NO to coups and their sponsors in the Organization of American States (OAS).


An organization created to protect the interests of the

5G Wireless Technology Is War against Humanity By Claire Edwards, November 25 2019
This phoney war is also silent, but this time shots are being fired – in the form of laser-like beams of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) from banks of thousands of tiny antennas[1] – and almost no one in the firing line knows that they are being silently, seriously and irreparably injured.
The 70 Years of NATO: From War to War: NATO Is Born from the Bomb By Comitato No Nato, November 25 2019

The Following text is Section 1  of

The 70 Years of NATO: From War to War,

by the Italian Committee No War No NATO


First published by Global Research in April 2019

Documentation presented at the International Conference on

Why America Needs War By Dr. Jacques R. Pauwels, November 25 2019

GR Editor’s Note: This incisive article was written on April 30, 2003 in the immediate wake of the war on Iraq, by renowned historian and political scientist Dr. Jacques Pauwels, Research Associate of the Centre for Research on Globalization

Julian Assange Tortured with Psychotropic Drug By Kurt Nimmo, November 25 2019

Important article first published by Global Research on May 8, 2019

Retired USAF lieutenant colonel Karen Kwiatkowski writes in an article posted at Lew Rockwell’s website that Julian Assange is receiving the same treatment as suspected terrorists while in captivity