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Islamophobia and Trump’s Travel Ban against Muslims. Supreme Court Demeans Unwanted Aliens By Stephen Lendman, March 21 2019

Stacked with right-wing extremists, the Supreme Court upheld Trump’s travel ban against Muslims from the wrong countries by a 5 – 4 majority last June.

At the time, the Court held that the Trump regime “set forth a sufficient national …

Fukushima: “An Ongoing Global Radiological Catastrophe”. “A Huge Coverup”. Dr. Helen Caldicott By Dr. Helen Caldicott and Michael Welch, March 21 2019

The eight year anniversary of the triple meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility passed mostly without comment in mainstream media circles. In spite of ongoing radiological contamination that will continue to spread and threaten human health for lifetimes to

Will Grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX 8 Planes Affect US-China Trade Relations? Russia’s Competing Aircraft Irkut MC-21 By Stephen Lendman, March 21 2019

Following two 737 MAX 8 crashes, killing all passengers and crew members onboard, China was the first nation to ground the planes.

It’s the largest buyer of Boeing’s most popular passenger aircraft – with 97 of its 371 planes delivered …

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Monetary Policy Takes Center Stage: MMT, QE or Public Banks? By Ellen Brown, March 21 2019

As alarm bells sound over the advancing destruction of the environment, a variety of Green New Deal proposals have appeared in the US and Europe, along with some interesting academic debates about how to fund them. Monetary policy, normally relegated

Huge Defeat for Imperialists: The U.S. Broke Its Teeth in Venezuela By Alison Bodine, March 21 2019

The miserably failed “humanitarian aid” delivery into Venezuela on February 23 is another nail in the coffin of the U.S. government’s coup attempt against President Nicolas Maduro and the Bolivarian revolutionary process in Venezuela.

Before this day, the U.S. government …

The War on Iraq : Five US Presidents, Five British Prime Ministers, More than Thirty Years of Duplicity, and Counting…. By Felicity Arbuthnot, March 21 2019
Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait. He had walked into possibly the biggest trap in modern history
Is It Really All that Surprising that Trump Wants Brazil in NATO? By Andrew Korybko, March 21 2019

Feigning shock and publishing moralizing polemics isn’t going to change the fact that it was entirely predictable that Trump’s “Fortress America” grand strategy would ultimately see the US seek to expand its premier multilateral security structure across South America in

Video: The Expanding Global Footprint of US Special Operations By South Front, March 21 2019


With the possible U.S. military withdrawal from Syria in the news on a daily basis, the mainstream media has been quick to parrot the DOD’s claim that 2,000 troops, mostly special operations forces, are to be withdrawn from the

Video: Nowruz: How Millions Celebrate the Persian New Year By Quartz, March 21 2019

During Nowruz, the Persian New Year celebration, each vibrant item on the haftseen table has its own symbolic meaning.

Nowruz is one of the oldest holidays in the world that is celebrated every spring.




Note to readers: …

Monsanto Asks Trump EPA to OK Drift-prone Pesticide on 90 Million Acres of Corn By Center For Biological Diversity, March 21 2019

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today it will consider allowing the highly drift-prone pesticide dicamba to be sprayed on up to 90 million acres of corn.

Dicamba is produced by Monsanto, which is now owned by Bayer. Drift …

Alexander Hamilton and the Origins of the Federal Reserve By Dr. Jack Rasmus, March 21 2019

Ever wonder why US banking is what it is–prone to periodic crashes and crises? How banking evolved in the US from 1781 up to the creation of the central bank, the Fed, in 1913? Why the Federal Reserve was created

Stealing Venezuela’s Assets: US-based Citigroup to Sell Venezuela’s Gold “Placed as Collateral” By South Front, March 21 2019

Citigroup Inc is planning to sell several tons of gold placed as collateral by Venezuela’s central bank on a $1.6 billion loan after the deadline for repurchasing them expired this month, Reuters reported, citing four sources with knowledge of

On the Anniversary of the Shock and Awe Bombing of Iraq By David DeGraw, March 21 2019

16 years ago today, I was watching the Iraq Shock & Awe bombing campaign after having interviewed Weapons Inspectors who told us that there were NO WMDs in Iraq while showing us their inspection reports. I was doing research for

Goodbye to the Internet: Interference by Governments Is Already Here By Philip Giraldi, March 21 2019

There is a saying attributed to the French banker Nathan Rothschild that “Give me control of a nation’s money and I care not who makes its laws.” Conservative opinion in the United States has long suspected that Rothschild was right

New Zealand Mosque Massacre: White Supremacy and Western Wars By Prof. James Petras, March 21 2019

The mass murder and wounding of 97 Muslim worshipers in Christchurch, New Zealand (NZ) which took place on Friday, March 15, 2019, has profound political, ideological and psychological roots.

First and most important, Western countries led by the Anglo-American world …

Video: The Illegal NATO Bombing of Yugoslavia By Milo Dubak, March 21 2019

28. Jun Vice President Milo Dubak delivered a blistering speech at the United Nations in Geneva today strongly condemning the illegal NATO bombing of Yugoslavia one week before the 20th anniversary of the tragedy. At the 40th Session of the

US Imposes New Sanctions as Venezuelan Government Denounces Takeover of Diplomatic Offices By Ricardo Vaz, March 21 2019

The US Treasury Department sanctioned the Venezuela General Mining Company, known as Minerven, and its president, Adrian Perdomo, on Tuesday.

The move blocks all eventual assets in the US in which Minerven and Perdomo hold more than 50 percent …

Palestinian-owned School Demolished by Israeli Forces By Telesur, March 21 2019

The owner of the demolished school building, Muhammad Alqam, insists that he issued all necessary permits at the Israeli Jerusalem Municipality before beginning construction.


A Palestinian-owned school building that was under construction, in the Shuafat refugee camp, in occupied …

The “American Party” within the Institutions of the European Union By Manlio Dinucci, March 21 2019

“Russia can no longer be considered as a strategic partner, and the European Union must be ready to impose further sanctions if it continues to violate international law” – this is the resolution approved by the European Parliament on 12

Beware Foreign Policy ‘Experts’ Who Are Shills for Imperialism By Yves Engler, March 21 2019

Aside from government officials the dominant media is fond of quoting “experts” from foreign policy think tanks when discussing Canada’s role in the world. While presented as neutral specialists, these opinion shapers are generally entangled with powerful, wealthy, elites.

Take …

Globalising the Christchurch Shootings: Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Gallipoli and Invasion By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, March 21 2019

Never let a bloody and opportune crisis pass.  In New Zealand, there is talk about gun reform after attacks on two Christchurch mosques left fifty dead.  There have been remarks made in parliament about unchecked white supremacy growing with enthusiastic

For Whom the Bell Tolls? Capital and Labor and the Global Financial Crisis By Prof. James Petras and Prof. Henry Veltmeyer, March 21 2019
Russia’s Recognition of “North Macedonia” Is Part of the “New Balkans” Plan By Andrew Korybko, March 20 2019

Russia’s recognition of “North Macedonia” disappointed many activists in what Moscow would have otherwise continued to regard as the Republic of Macedonia per its constitutionally legitimate name, but this purely political move shouldn’t have been all that unexpected in hindsight

Why Russiagate Needs a “Constructivist Analysis” By Megan Sherman, March 20 2019

Right now, President Trump and colleagues are under fire for speculated “collusion” with the Russian state to undermine the democratic procedures of the 2016 presidential election, one of America’s most shocking elections, the one most insiders thought Hillary Clinton would

Ukraine: An Election for the Oligarchs By Volodymyr Ishchenko and Loren Balhorn, March 20 2019

Five years after the “EuroMaidan” protests in Kiev and elsewhere toppled the government of now-exiled former president Viktor Yanukovych, the people of Ukraine are set to elect a new leader. Over 34 million Ukrainian citizens will be eligible to

Greenwashing? The Green Marches Are Mute on the “War Factor” By Nazanín Armanian, March 20 2019

On March 15, the Day of the Popular March for Climate, tens of thousands of young people from several countries, followers of the Swedish student Greta Thunberg, showed their indignation at the indifference of world leaders towards climate change. 

US Government Uses Several Clandestine Shelters to Detain Immigrant Children By Aura Bogado and Patrick Michels, March 20 2019

The federal government is relying on secret shelters to hold unaccompanied minors, in possible violation of the long-standing rules for the care of immigrant children, a Reveal investigation has found.

The Office of Refugee Resettlement, the government agency that cares …

America Needs a Stronger Defense Industry? Trillions Down the Hole of Military Spending By Stephen Lendman, March 20 2019

Post-WW II, America’s only enemies were and remain invented ones. 

No real ones existed since Nazi Germany and imperial Japan were defeated – none anywhere, clearly none today!

Yet the US consistently pours countless trillions of dollars down a black …

Verdict in Roundup Trial Latest Blow to Bayer-Monsanto’s Claims Glyphosate Doesn’t Cause Cancer By EWG, March 20 2019

Today’s verdict in favor of a California man who said his cancer was caused by exposure to Bayer AG’s Roundup weedkiller is further evidence that glyphosate, the herbicide’s active ingredient, is carcinogenic to humans, said Environmental Working Group President Ken

No Training for Pilots on New Automated System: Boeing, FAA, Pilots Unions Complicit in Rushing Doomed Jets into Service By Trévon Austin, March 20 2019

The evidence is mounting pointing to similarities in the two recent crashes of Boeing 737 Max 8 commercial jets, costing a combined total of 346 lives. At the same time, it is becoming increasingly clear that the new model 737s

Saudi Crown Prince MBS Stripped of Some Powers? By Stephen Lendman, March 20 2019

Reports by London’s Guardian, Press TV, and other media suggesting it are unverified, the Guardian saying the following:

Mohammad bin Salman (MBS) “has not attended a series of high-profile ministerial and diplomatic meetings in Saudi Arabia over the last …

China-US Relations: From Trade War to Hot War? By Dr. Leon Tressell, March 20 2019

According to the Trump regime, a US-China trade deal is on the horizon. If a trade deal is reached then no doubt global stock markets will surge even further into over inflated bubble territory. Bloomberg estimates a trade deal

Warfare Tools
Is Trump Really About to Attack Venezuela? By Rep. Ron Paul, March 20 2019

Last week Secretary of State Mike Pompeo ordered the last of the US diplomats out of Venezuela, saying their presence was a “constraint” on US policy toward the country. The wording seemed intended to convey the idea that the US

Gold Fever? US Treasury Sanctions Venezuela Gold Mining Company By Telesur, March 20 2019

The U.S. Department of the Treasury imposed sanctions on Tuesday against Venezuela’s state-run gold mining company Minerven, which is part of the Venezuelan Guayana Corporation (CVG) holding.

As part of the ongoing sanctions and attempts to destabilize the Venezuelan government, …

Trump, Bolsonaro and the Danger of Fascism By Patrick Martin, March 20 2019

The three-day visit to Washington by the president of Brazil brought together two of the most right-wing figures in the world: Jair Bolsonaro, a former military officer and fervent admirer of the blood-soaked military dictatorship that ruled Brazil from

Ms Patel as Interim Prime Minister with Boris as Chancellor and UK Foreign Policy by Trump & Netanyahu? OMG! By Hans Stehling, March 20 2019

Would you pick as Conservative Party leader an ex-cabinet minister who was forced to resign from the Government because of her alleged disloyalty in November 2017, just less than 18 months ago?  An ex-minister who reportedly tried to arrange for

Criminalizing the Opposition: A “Conspiracy Theorist” Confesses to His Petty Crimes By Edward Curtin, March 20 2019

“Our research has shown for the first time the role that conspiracy theories can play in determining an individual’s attitude to everyday crime.  It demonstrates that people subscribing to the view that others have conspired might be more inclined toward

Tulsi Gabbard Comes to San Francisco: “I am Running for President to Bring About this Sea Change in Our Foreign Policy, … for Us and for the World.” By Rep Tulsi Gabbard and Rick Sterling, March 20 2019

Introduction by Rick Sterling

Tulsi Gabbard visited the San Francisco Bay Area last weekend. The 3 term Congresswoman from Hawaii is 37 years old and ethnically diverse. Remarkably, she has 15 years military experience in the US Army and National

New Zealand’s Foreign Policy Comes Home. Close Partnership with NATO By Aidan O’Brien, March 20 2019

New Zealand’s Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, doesn’t know why someone would want to shoot dead 49 Muslims in her country. “There is no place in New Zealand, for such acts of extreme and unprecedented violence”, she said, in “an

Reading Manifestos: Restricting Brenton Tarrant’s “The Great Replacement” By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, March 20 2019

A censorious and censoring attitude has engulfed responses to the mental airings of the Christchurch shooter.  Material in connection with Brenton Tarrant, the alleged gunman behind the killing of 50 individuals at two mosques in New Zealand, is drying

EU Dilemma: How to Deal with China By Pepe Escobar, March 20 2019

Facing China’s irresistible rise all across the chessboard, and under relentless US pressure, the not exactly democratic EU leadership is on a backbreaking exercise to position itself between a geopolitical/geoeconomic rock and a hard place.

The 28-member EU holds a …

#Hands Off Venezuela, #Yankees Go Home! Global Mobilizations in Solidarity with Venezuela By Peoples Dispatch, March 20 2019

From Malaysia to the Argentina, peoples movements and organizations mobilized on Saturday March 16, to express their solidarity with Venezuela amid one of the most brutal attacks on the country by the US and its allies


This weekend, movements …

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For Those Who Value Global Research: We Need Your Support! By The Global Research Team, March 19 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.
Twenty Years Ago: NATO’s War of Aggression against Yugoslavia: Who are the War Criminals? By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, March 19 2019
The causes and consequences of this war have been the object of a vast media disinformation campaign, which has sought to camouflage NATO and US war crimes.
Turkish Occupation Continues to Erase Cyprus’ Heritage By Nick Kampouris, March 19 2019

Since the military invasion of Cyprus by the Turkish army during the summer of 1974, countless reports have been published about the atrocities the Turkish invaders committed on the beautiful Mediterranean island.

But less known is the continuous effort by …

AIPAC Is Coming to Town – Again! Yet Another Concession to Netanyahu Prior to Israel Elections By Philip Giraldi, March 19 2019

The Trump Administration has delivered yet another concession to Israel’s embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the eve of parliamentary elections: the Israeli military occupation of much of the Palestinian West Bank and of the Golan Heights will no longer

The Difficulty of Writing for Americans By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, March 19 2019

Writing for Americans, unless for their entertainment, is a challenging undertaking.  One reason is that many, especially of the younger generations, no longer have a concept of objective truth.

For them “truth” is simply a bias reflecting one’s race, gender, …

The US Is Pushing Lebanon into the Arms of Iran and Russia: US Sanctions Affect the Local Economy By Elijah J. Magnier, March 19 2019

Lebanon is expecting the visit of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo this week at a time when the Lebanese economic-political map is being redrawn and while Lebanon is suffering its most serious economic downturnin recent history.

Reasons for the …

Shadow Wars — The Secret Struggle for the Middle East By Jim Miles, March 19 2019

Written in response to the ‘Arab Spring’ initiated in Tunisia in 2011, Shadow Wars – The Secret Struggle for the Middle East, is a powerful indictment of the western neoliberal economic/political order.  Christopher Davidson has gathered a huge amount of

Stealing Syria’s Gold: US Is Behaving as True Looters Do By Viktor Mikhin, March 19 2019

According to the agency South Front, the United States has transported approximately 50 tons of gold from the regions occupied by ISIS in the Deir ez-Zor Governorate. The Kurdish news source reports that the gold was stolen from Syria, and

No Troop Withdrawal: The US is Planning the “Permanent Occupation” of Syria? By Stephen Lendman, March 19 2019

Trump lied about winning against ISIS, the scourge the US created and supports, along with al-Qaeda, its al-Nusra offshoot, and other jihadist groups.

Last December, he lied saying

“(o)ur boys, our young women, our men — they’re all coming back

Planetary Collapse Threatens Our Survival: A New Study Says that More than 1,200 Species “Will Almost Certainly Face Extinction” By Michael Snyder, March 19 2019

We are witnessing a worldwide environmental collapse, and nobody seems to know how to stop it.  As you will see below, a study that was just released that looked at more than 5,000 species of birds, mammals and amphibians discovered

Video: Caracas Streets and Store — Food Crisis? See for Yourself! By Eva Bartlett, March 19 2019

I filmed these scenes on March 10, but until now have been too busy and also lacking good enough internet to upload.

My objective in filming is not to say there is no poverty in Venezuela, nor to imply there

Anti-Semitism and “The Israel Project” By Askiah Adam, March 19 2019

Israel is off-limits. The criminalisation of anti-Semitism means nothing short of this. In fact, France’s President Macron says anti-Zionism is a form of anti-Semitism and both are now legally defined as “hate crimes”. Will this be a global precursor? Will

Ukrainian Presidential Elections: Authoritarianism in Action By Andrew Korybko, March 19 2019

March 2019 is notable in the post-Soviet space for three interrelated reasons, all of which deal with Ukraine: it was half a decade ago that Crimea reunited with Russia, after which the country began its descent into failed state status,

Major Human Rights Groups Consistently Supporting US Proxy Figures within Cuba By Shane Quinn, March 19 2019

Human Rights Watch (HRW), in their 2019 report on revolutionary Cuba, have once more been championing American-sponsored proxy gatherings within the Caribbean island, such as the Ladies in White. This century, the most notable of these “dissident groups” in Cuba

Tears for Christchurch: Australia First Imported Hate in 1788. Now We’re in the “Export Business” By Chris Graham, March 18 2019

If you want to know why an Australian man massacred 50 Muslims in a mosque in New Zealand yesterday afternoon, then you need to understand a little bit about our nation’s dark past and in particular the quality of our

Video: Russia Deploys SU-25 Attack Aircraft to Contain Idlib Al Qaeda Militants By South Front, March 18 2019

Government forces and the Russian Military Police have kicked off a joint security operation in the Eastern Ghouta region near Damascus. In particular, the operation targeted Jisreen, Mohammedia, al-Aftaris, al-Nashabiyah and Marj al-Sultan where a notable number of weapons and

The Deplorable State of Human Rights in America By Stephen Lendman, March 18 2019

In response to annual US reports on human rights in China, Beijing issues its own on the deplorable state of human rights in America.

It’s latest report made the following introductory remarks, saying:

As in previous years, the latest US …

Three Days of Infamy By Philip A Farruggio, March 18 2019

On Monday December 8th 1941 FDR stood before Congress and said “December 7th, 1941, a date that will live in infamy…” and the people of our nation rallied to the cause for justice.

After 9/11 Junior Bush also rallied our

Organizational and Staff Structure of US and Russian Armies: Military Comparison By South Front, March 18 2019


Armed forces organization depends on several factors, from current and future threats and challenges (the nature of the projected theater of operations, or TO), to the country’s economic and technological capabilities. The doctrines of the two world superpowers of

Good Iraqi-Iranian Relations Are Not a Reason to Worry By Paul R. Pillar, March 18 2019

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has been visiting Iraq this week—a friendly, extended visit that has yielded several bilateral agreements on trade and transportation. Such an event causes heartburn, of course, within the Trump administration and for others who believe that

Kept Secret for 17 Years: Intel Memo Warned Bush’s Iraq Invasion to Create “Perfect Storm” By Zero Hedge, March 18 2019

A newly declassified US intelligence memo has been unearthed this week and featured in a bombshell Wall Street Journal report. It proves that the year prior to the Bush administration’s 2003 invasion of Iraq the White House was expressly warned

Upping the Stakes in Yemen. Endless US-led War By Stephen Lendman, March 18 2019

US forever war in Yemen rages, the Saudis, UAE, NATO, and Israel part of its so-called coalition – against peace in the country and elsewhere.

Over 17 years of war began by the Bush/Cheney regime. There’s virtually no prospect for …

John McCain’s Disastrous Militaristic Legacy By James Bovard, March 18 2019

When Sen. John McCain passed away in August, he was lauded far and wide for his long career of public service. Rep. John Lewis, the famous civil-rights activist, hailed McCain as a “warrior for peace.” In reality, McCain embodied

Map (and Objectives) of the Irregular War on Energy in Venezuela By Misión Verdad, March 18 2019

The latest evidence gathered by the Venezuelan government and presented on Monday, March 11, to the Venezuelan population about the attack on the national electricity system, allows us to reconstruct the multidimensional nature of the attack that was unleashed in

French Colonel Slams US Tactics Against ISIS-Daesh in Syria, Accuses Washington of “Prolonging the Conflict” By Middle East Monitor, March 18 2019

A senior French officer faces punishment after publicly condemning the US-led coalition’s military tactics against Daesh in the east of Syria, accusing Washington of prolonging the conflict and disregarding a growing civilian death toll, the army said on Saturday.


Saving the Planet One Child at a Time: Children, School Strikes and Global Climate Action By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, March 18 2019

Children’s crusades do not necessarily end well.  During the years of armed missions to the Holy Land, when Jerusalem meant something to the sacredly inclined in Europe, children were encouraged to take to the rough and dangerous road as it

Paying the Price for Peace: The Story of S. Brian Willson and Voices from the Peace Movement By S. Brian Willson, March 18 2019

Vietnam veteran S. Brian Willson paid the price for peace as he was run over and nearly killed by a military train during a non-violent protest at The Concord Naval Weapons Station in California on September 1st, 1987. The train

The Advent of Extreme Weather Events and Climate Tipping Points By Dr. Andrew Glikson, March 18 2019

According to Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, chief climate advisor to the European Union, “We’re simply talking about the very life support system of this planet”. As fascism and the horror of murderous hate crimes are on the rise, governments are

Right Now, Trump Can Start a Nuclear War, “On a Whim” By Olivia Alperstein, March 18 2019

Right now, Donald Trump could start a nuclear war on a whim, and no one could stop him.

Under any circumstances, the prospect of nuclear war is terrifying, the deadly consequences irreversible. Yet with a single order, the president —

Canada’s Next Target After Venezuela: Cuba? By Yves Engler, March 18 2019

“First we take Caracas then we take Havana.”

That’s the thinking driving the Donald Trump administration’s policy towards Venezuela, according to a Wall Street Journal story titled “U.S. Push to Oust Venezuela’s Maduro Marks First Shot in Plan to …

The USDA Admits to Killing Over a Million Wild Animals Per Year to Protect Livestock By Sara Burrows, March 18 2019

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s own reports, it has killed over 34 million animals in the last decade alone.

Most of those animals were native, wild animals. The rest were accidental killings of domesticated animals.

In 2017 …

Venezuela: US Imperialism Is Based on Lies and Threats By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, March 18 2019

We are completing what became more than a week-long peace delegation to Venezuela organized by the US Peace Council and the Committee for International Solidarity in Venezuela (COSI). The trip was complicated by American Airlines cancelling all flights in and

Trump’s FY2020 Budget Request Bloats Militarized Spending—and Slashes Actual Human Needs By Lindsay Koshgarian and Ashik Siddique, March 18 2019

At long last, President Trump released his third presidential budget request today, after a month-long delay due to the government shutdown. And it’s a doozy.

President Trump’s priorities for FY 2020 go even further than last year’s request in bloating …

Fukushima at Eight: Ongoing Cover-Up of the Nuclear Hazards in Japan and Abroad By Michael Welch, Dr. Helen Caldicott, and Arnie Gundersen, March 17 2019
The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster marks a critical turning point in human history. As of November 2018, 18,434 people are known to have died. Radioactive water has for years now been draining into the Pacific Ocean. Toxic debris spewed into the Earth’s atmosphere.
David Cameron, Wikileaks, America and Brexit By True Publica, March 17 2019

By now, there should be serious doubts about how the Brexit debate and EU referendum even got off the ground in the first place. David Cameron would have been advised by countless experts, both political and economic about the demons

War Against Venezuela Is War Against Us All By Christopher Black, March 17 2019

The American war on Venezuela continues to escalate with the sabotage of its electricity grid, the most serious action of all so far, which was not only an act of terrorism against the entire civilian population but also an attempt

Lest We Forget, 20 Years Since the NATO Aggression Against Yugoslavia By Živadin Jovanović and Enrico Vigna, March 17 2019

The real problems in the Province of Kosovo and Metohija have been provoked by Albanian separatism and terrorism continuously supported by some western powers. This support was motivated by their geopolitical interests: weakening and fragmenting Serbia has always meant for

VIPS: Mueller’s Forensics-Free Findings By Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, March 17 2019

The final Mueller report should be graded “incomplete,” says VIPS, whose forensic work proves the speciousness of the story that DNC emails published by WikiLeaks came from Russian hacking.



MEMORANDUM FOR: The Attorney General

FROM: Veteran Intelligence Professionals …