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Appeal to Archbishop of Canterbury for Liberation of Julian Assange By Diana Johnstone, December 01 2019

Α letter signed by 60 intellectuals from 15 countries was delivered to Lambeth Palace calling on His Grace, Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, to use his moral influence to end the unjustified imprisonment of Julian Assange in Belmarsh Prison.

George H. Walker Bush: The Bush Family and the Mexican Drug Cartel By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, December 01 2019
Donald Trump has offered to intervene in Mexico "to go after the Drug Cartels" The Mexican president has turned down Trump's generous offer. President Trump confirmed that he is now considering categorizing the Mexican drug cartels as "terrorists". Extend the "War on Terrorism" to Latin America?
Bolivia Coup, Masterminded in Washington: Post-Coup Update, Rigged Elections? By Eric Zuesse, December 01 2019

With every passing day, it becomes clearer that the military coup in Bolivia on November 10th was masterminded in Washington DC. This reality will create yet a new difficulty in relations between the U.S. regime and Mexico to its direct

Trump Designating Drug Cartels as Terrorist Organizations Is Aimed Against Mexican President By Paul Antonopoulos, December 01 2019

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, a patriotic socialist, in his first year of government rejected a war against the powerful narcotic cartels. However, he now faces a dilemma in the face of Washington’s intentions to label the cartels

Iraqis Rise Up Against 16 Years of ‘Made in the USA’ Corruption By Nicolas J. S. Davies, December 01 2019

As Americans sat down to Thanksgiving dinner, Iraqis were mourning 40 protesters killed by police and soldiers on Thursday in Baghdad, Najaf and Nasiriyah. Nearly 400 protesters have been killed since hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets

Video: Syrian Military Bombs Oil Smuggling Infrastructure in Turkish-Occupied Areas By South Front, December 01 2019

On November 26, Kurdish rebels from the so-called Afrin Liberation Forces announced that their forces had eliminated 5 Turkish-backed militants and injured 6 others in an attack near Tuweys in northern Aleppo. The killed and injured militants were reportedly belonging

National Endowment for Democracy (NED) “Pulling the Strings” in Hong Kong By Global Research News, December 01 2019

According to a report by NewsHub, a so-called “offshoot of the CIA” was involved in engineering the protest movement in Hong Kong. The report which quotes French author Maxime Vivas states that the Washington based National Endowment for Democracy (NED)

Thanksgiving: Celebrating the Genocide of Native Americans By Gilbert Mercier, December 01 2019

The sad reality about the United States of America is that in a matter of a few hundreds years it managed to rewrite its own history into a mythological fantasy.

The concepts of liberty, freedom and free enterprise in the

The Short Road: Democracy to Fascism By Larry Romanoff, November 30 2019
Fascism is a political ideology fundamentally authoritarian, with a strong nationalism and a militaristic outlook. Fascism carries primarily a corporate perspective directed to satisfying the needs, values and objectives of finance and corporations,
Is The Nuclear “Green”? “CO2- And Climate Neutral”? By Prof. Claudia von Werlhof, November 30 2019

 

On the 28th of November 2019 the European Parliament in Brussels voted in favor of nuclear energy, because it is defined as CO2- and climate-neutral.

This happened when a resolution proposal for the coming UN Climate Conference in Madrid

The Explosion in Lebanon Has Been Delayed: Until When? By Elijah J. Magnier, November 30 2019

Europe is concerned about the Lebanese political crisis and its potential spillover consequences in case of a civil confrontation. Even if the European states do not have differing strategic objectives in Lebanon from the US, a civil war will affect

Shaping Public Opinion: The New York Times’ Long History of Endorsing US-Backed Coups By Alan MacLeod, November 30 2019

Bolivian President Evo Morales was overthrown in a U.S.-backed military coup d’état earlier this month after Bolivian army generals appeared on television demanding his resignation. As Morales fled to Mexico, the army appointed right-wing Senator Jeanine Añez as his

Ukraine: Land Privatization Demanded by IMF, Links to Biden Graft Scandal. Engineered Bankruptcy of National Economy By Dmitriy Kovalevich, November 30 2019

November in Ukraine has been marked by the adoption of the so called ‘land reform’, in accordance of the demands made by the IMF amongst other international financial organizations. The reform opens the way for the mass privatization of Ukraine’s

China’s African Swine Fever (ASF) “Spreading Globally”? By F. William Engdahl, November 30 2019

The worst outbreak of fatal African Swine Fever disease ever has devastated the world’s largest pig population, that of China, over the past months. Now it is spreading to neighboring states and even threatens the United States pig herds. The

Video: How the U.S. Caused the Breakup of the Soviet Union By Sean Gervasi and Dennis Riches, November 30 2019

We bring to the attention of Global Research readers the text of an unpublished Lecture delivered in 1992 by the late Sean Gervasi on the history of the collapse of the Soviet Union and the US Strategy formulated during World

The U.S. Government Has Been Run as a Criminal Enterprise: Financial Fraud, Criminal Cash Flows By Catherine Austin Fitts and Greg Hunter, November 30 2019

First published in December 2017

Financial expert and investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts says the U.S. Government runs on massive criminal activity. Fitts explains,

“The U.S. economy is deeply dependent on criminal cash flows.  We’re the global leader in money

Video: Why Are We Still in Afghanistan? By Prof Michel Chossudovsky and James Corbett, November 29 2019
The 9/11 attacks were categorized as act of war by a foreign nation (Afghanistan) against a member of the Atlantic Alliance (the USA). Afghanistan had attacked America. Under NATO’s doctrine of collective security the terror attack on the WTC was an act of war by a foreign country against all NATO member states.
Spreading Democracy the American Way By Larry Romanoff, November 29 2019

That’s the entire list. You can see that it’s blank. But how can that be? We all know that the US has freed dozens of nations from their evil and repressive governments, and installed loving democracies where people lived happily

US ‘Regime Changes’: The Historical Record By Prof. James Petras, November 29 2019

First published on February 5, 2019

As the US strives to overthrow the democratic and independent Venezuelan government, the historical record regarding the short, middle and long-term consequences are mixed.

We will proceed to examine the consequences and impact of …

US Vows to ‘Reinforce’ Sanctions, Accuses Venezuela and Cuba of Stirring Regional ‘Strife’ By Lucas Koerner, November 29 2019

The Trump administration has pledged to continue economic sanctions against Venezuela in its ongoing bid to oust the Maduro government.

Speaking at a press conference at the State Department Wednesday, Special Envoy for Venezuela Elliott Abrams defended US regime change …

The West Has Two Liberalism Problems, and Burning the Quran Is Just One of Them By Andrew Korybko, November 29 2019

The disgusting burning of a Quran in Norway last week was a rabidly Islamophobic act of hatred that highlighted one of the West’s two liberalism problems, with the first being that the aforementioned stunt is supposedly protected by the principle

Visiting Britain’s Political Prisoner. Julian Assange By John Pilger, November 29 2019

I set out at dawn. Her Majesty’s Prison Belmarsh is in the flat hinterland of south east London, a ribbon of walls and wire with no horizon. At what is called the visitors centre, I surrendered my passport, wallet, credit

It Was the Day of Thanksgiving and All Trump Talked About Was the Taliban By Andrew Korybko, November 29 2019

Trump, as he’s proven himself prone to do, once again defied convention by talking about the Taliban of all things on Thanksgiving during a surprise visit to Afghanistan, though it wasn’t without good reason since he wanted to show the

Open Door to GMO? Britain Faced with EU-US Biotechnology Dilemma Post-Brexit By Natasha Foote, November 29 2019

The question of whether the UK will open its doors to GMOs after Brexit has become more pertinent after EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier told MEPs on Tuesday (26 November) that in order to secure a trade agreement, the UK

Christians In Syria: From Killed Armenian Priest in Syria to the Roots of Hatred and Genocide By Steven Sahiounie, November 29 2019

Father Hovsep Bedoyan, the head of the Armenian Catholic community in Qamishli, and the priest’s father, Abraham Bedoyan, were killed November 11, on the road leading from Qamishli to Deir Ez Zor, were they were headed to

Eastern Europe Is Turning into an Energy Battleground By RFE/RL, November 29 2019

Bulgaria has agreed to allow NATO to use its Black Sea port for naval coordination efforts as tensions rise between the Western military alliance and Russia.

The agreement was reached following a meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Bulgarian…

Bolivia Says It Plans to Renew Diplomatic Ties with Israel By Middle East Eye, November 29 2019

Bolivia announced that it will restore diplomatic ties with Israel, two days after the South American country’s new interim government appointed its first ambassador to the United States since 2008. 

The new government’s foreign policy shake-up comes after former president …

Trump Imperils the Peace Process By William Bell, November 29 2019

The Trump administration’s declaration that it does not consider Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory a violation of international law has torn up four decades of American policy, and risks making life even worse for the most marginalised groups

Reality on Thanksgiving Weekend By Stephen Lendman, November 29 2019

America’s privileged class never had things better throughout the year. 

The vast majority of ordinary people struggle to get by, a few lost paychecks from homelessness, hunger and despair.

The world’s richest country exploits them so wealth, power and privilege …

Controlling the Message in Bolivia, Silencing Dissent, Hardening Dictatorial Rule By Stephen Lendman, November 29 2019

The US-installed coup d’etat regime is going all out to solidify dictatorial power.

Top priorities are eliminating challenges to its tyrannical rule and silencing dissent.

Pro-democracy supporters, independent journalists, human rights workers, and others supporting equity and justice risk arrest …

5G Cell Phone Radiation: How the Telecom Companies Are Losing the Battle to Impose 5G Against the Will of the People By Claire Edwards, November 29 2019
The telecommunications companies and the mainstream media would have you believe that the race to roll out 5G is unstoppable. That you are nothing and no one in the face of a lethal multi-trillion-dollar agenda imposed by some of the most powerful entities on the planet.
A Conspiracy Theory That Became a “Conspiracy Fact”: The CIA, Afghanistan’s Poppy Fields and America’s Growing Heroin Epidemic By Timothy Alexander Guzman, November 29 2019

First published by Global Research in July 2016

The heroin epidemic resembles the days when “Crack cocaine” became the major drug that destroyed communities across the United States and other parts of the world including the Caribbean that began in

Part of the Same Hypocrisy By Philip A Farruggio, November 29 2019

In Godfather 2 there is a riveting (in its bluntness) scene involving Michael Corleone and Nevada Senator Pat Geary. At his son’s confirmation party, in a private meeting room, the senator wants a hefty bribe to help with a new

Video: Is Northeastern Syria Turning into A Death Trap for Russia? By South Front, November 29 2019

The northeastern part of Syria remains one of the main hot points of the conflict despite the ceasefire regime formally declared in the region.

Clashes between Turkish-backed armed groups, on the one side, and the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) …

Bolivia – The Danger of “Neoliberalism with Fascist Characteristics” By Nino Pagliccia, November 29 2019

A relevant article by Thierry Meyssan has been published that reveals the deep historical fascist/catholic links leading up to the coup in Bolivia and the danger that may lie ahead as a result. It is important to be aware of

Trump Claims that Nicaragua Is a “National Security Threat” to Legitimize U.S. Economic Aggression By Paul Antonopoulos, November 29 2019

Nicaragua has been experiencing a political crisis since mid-April 2018 when a reform of the Social Security system was used as a pretext to unleash pro-U.S. violent protests against the government of President Daniel Ortega. 

The ruling party detected and

Modern-day Artistic Reaction: The New York Times Considers “Canceling” French Painter Paul Gauguin By David Walsh, November 29 2019

According to Victoria Charles, a biographer of French Post-Impressionist painter Paul Gauguin (1848-1903), the artist died in Atuona, in the Marquesas Islands in French Polynesia, “having lost a futile and fatally exhausting battle with colonial officials, threatened with a

Explosive Leaked US-UK Trade Papers: Lowering Food and Health Standards under Brexit, Britain’s NHS, “Chlorinated Chicken” Already on Table in US Trade Talks By Global Justice Now, November 29 2019

Trade campaigners have welcomed the release of leaked papers detailing trade talks between the Trump administration and British government officials, which show the US government pushing Britain into as hard a Brexit as possible because they see this as the

The Hong Kong Local Elections Were a Monumental Defeat for Fake News, Not China By Andrew Korybko, November 29 2019

Marsha Blackburn, a Republican Senator from Tennessee, burnished her anti-China hawk credentials by ridiculously tweeting that the Hong Kong local elections were a “monumental defeat” for “pro-China lawmakers”. The politician has been on a hostile anti-Chinese spree all this

Britain’s Chief Rabbi Is Helping to Stoke Antisemitism against Corbyn By Jonathan Cook, November 29 2019

Chief rabbi Ephraim Mirvis has not only misrepresented the known facts about Labour and its supposed antisemitism crisis. He has not only interfered in an overtly, politically partisan manner in the December 12 election campaign by suggesting that Jeremy Corbyn

India’s ‘Military Diplomacy’ Has Been a Mixed Bag of Success By Andrew Korybko, November 29 2019

India’s practice of “military diplomacy” in holding joint drills with a variety of Great Powers and regional states has been a mixed bag of success since the former has resulted in sending positive signals about “multi-alignment” while the latter risks

Iran May be the Only Winner in Iraq By Philip Giraldi, November 29 2019

Intelligence documents reveal how Tehran took advantage of US blundering

The American invasion of Iraq and the overthrow of that nation’s government in 2003 has rightly been described as the greatest foreign policy disaster in the history of the United

Turkey Holds NATO Hostage Until Syria-related Demands Are Met By Sarah Abed, November 29 2019

NATO is in a state of division and instability with the US, Turkey, and France at odds, providing President Trump with the perfect opportunity to pull out of both NATO and the UN.

Next week NATO will be holding its …

Humans and Their Deadly Military Toys. Russia’s Kinzhal and Zircon Hypersonic Missiles. By Kim Petersen, November 28 2019

On 1 March, Russian president Vladimir Putin delivered the annual address to Russia’s Federal Assembly. The part of Putin’s address that drew the most notice was his revealing the development of new hypersonic weaponry unmatched elsewhere: the Mach 10+ capable

Just One Week After Trump Rolled Back Safety Measures, Chemical Plant Explosion Rocks Texas Town By Andrea Germanos, November 28 2019

Concerns about air quality lingered Wednesday following a major early morning explosion at a chemical plant in Port Neches, Texas that shot a fireball into the sky.

The disaster at the TPC Group-owned facility roughly 94 miles west of Houston …

Beijing Slams US Anti-China Legislation By Stephen Lendman, November 28 2019

Time and again, the US unacceptably meddles in the internal affairs of other countries — what the UN Charter’s principle of non-intervention prohibits.

House and Senate members unanimously passed the so-called Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act (HKHRDA) of

Seeds of Destruction: The Diabolical World of Genetic Manipulation By F. William Engdahl, November 28 2019

Control the oil, and you control nations. Control the food, and you control the people.”* -Henry Kissenger

Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation” by F. William Engdahl is a skillfully researched book that …

Tory PM Johnson Wants Britain’s National Health Service Privatized By Stephen Lendman, November 28 2019

On Wednesday, Britain’s Labor Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn released secret Tory/Trump regime trade documents, showing Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) is on the table for privatization.

Does Tory leader Boris Johnson want healthcare in Britain transformed into a US …

The Sword, the Pen and the Law – On Julian Assange By Prof. Barbara Harriss-White, November 28 2019

“The more I pursued the question of why Assange has so little public support, the more disturbing the story became.”

I follow the blog written by Craig Murray, a former British Ambassador with long experience of the UK’s deep …

Leaked US Trade Talks Show How Trump Is Dictating Johnson’s Approach to a Hard Brexit By Nick Dearden, November 28 2019

The cat is out of the bag: Boris Johnson is dancing to Donald Trump’s tune, regardless of the damage this might cause to Britain. His promises to maintain Britain’s ‘high standards’ after Brexit are not worth the paper they’re

European and Middle Eastern Regulators Raise Scrutiny of 777X as Confidence in Boeing, FAA Plummets By Zero Hedge, November 28 2019

Update: In the latest blow to Boeing, whose sagging shares are helping to weigh on the Dow in Wednesday’s thin pre-holiday trade, WSJ has published a story claiming that regulators in Europe and the Middle East are ratcheting up their

US Is Again Complicit in an Illegal Coup, this Time in Bolivia By Prof. Marjorie Cohn, November 28 2019

Once again, the United States is complicit in an illegal coup d’état in Latin America, this time in Bolivia. On November 10, a right-wing, anti-Indigenous group seized power after the Bolivian military’s removal of President Evo Morales, who had

Occupied Palestine: The Most Enduring Media Cover-up By Alison Weir, Margaret Flowers, and Kevin Zeese, November 28 2019

Clearing the FOG hosts Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese interviewed Alison Weir, journalist and founder of If Americans Knew, a website that provides factual information about the Israeli State and Palestine. Weir describes how she learned firsthand that US

Syrian Army Bombs Kurdish Tankers Smuggling Oil to Turkey, A Message to Trump By Arabi Souri, November 28 2019

Oil tankers and oil makeshift refineries in northeast Syria were bombed by ‘mysterious’ planes yesterday morning, SANA later stated it was done by the Syrian Army regional command.

The statement conveyed Syrian Arab News Agency SANA was brief but very …

Did Sri Lanka’s Presidential Election Bring Back a Polarising Wartime Figure? By Dr. Palitha Kohona, November 28 2019

The Economist proclaimed recently that Gotabaya Rajapaksa, the man who, as secretary of defense, presided over this horrifying episode (the final phase of Sri Lanka’s terrorist inspired internal conflict), has just been elected president of Sri Lanka. To Sinhalese

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Growing Concerns Over Stability of the International Monetary System By Nick Beams, November 28 2019

There are growing concerns, at least in some financial circles, that the monetary policies presently being pursued by the US Fed and the world’s other major central banks could, at some point, result in a crisis of confidence in “fiat”

Are We on the Path to War? – Middle East Heats Up While Viewers Watch the Impeachment By Philip Giraldi, November 28 2019

Americans and also much of the rest of the world have been watching or otherwise following the impeachment proceedings in Washington and not paying much attention to developments in the Middle East that could be setting the stage for a

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,

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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”.

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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 350.org, 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