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A Peek into the Horrific Findings of the UN Report on Israel’s Massacre of Gaza Protesters

By Robert Inlakesh, March 10, 2019

The commission found serious human rights violations that may constitute crimes against humanity and called on Israel to “Lift the blockade on Gaza with immediate effect.

Can We Divest from Weapons Dealers?

By Kathy Kelly, March 10, 2019

Consider this: The 2018 U.S. Census Report tallies U.S. exports of bullets to other countries. Topping the list is $123 million-worth of bullets to Afghanistan—an eight-fold rise over the number of bullets sold in 2017 and far more than the number of bullets sold to any other country.

Neoliberalism and “The Vietnam Model”. Who Won the Vietnam War?

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, March 09, 2019

Fifty four years ago, March 8, 1965 marks the commencement of the Vietnam war.

April 1975 marks the official end of the Vietnam War.

Yet today, almost 44 year later Vietnam is an impoverished country.  The Hanoi government is a US proxy regime. Vietnam has become a new cheap labor frontier of the global economy. Neoliberalism prevails.

The Pentagon’s Missing Trillions. What You Need to Know

By James Corbett and Mark Skidmore, March 09, 2019

Dr. Mark Skidmore of Michigan State University joins us to discuss his research with Catherine Austin Fitts into the $21 trillion in unaccounted transactions on the books of the US Department of Defence and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Has Trump Gone Full Neocon??

By Mike Whitney, March 09, 2019

The details of what took place at the Hanoi Summit strongly suggests that President Donald Trump has joined the neocons in their quest to strangle the North Korean economy and bring about regime change.

Senator Rubio

The Psychosis of the Neocons: Senator Marco Rubio “Makes Fun” of the Suffering of the Venezuelan People

By Kurt Nimmo, March 09, 2019

Marco Rubio, the neocon senator from Florida, considers a suspicious power outage across Venezuela to be funny. He would no doubt feel different if his mother was on a ventilator in a Caracas hospital—then again. 

Assad’s Tehran Visit Signals Iran’s Victory in Syria

By Tony Cartalucci, March 09, 2019

The significance of the trip cannot be understated – it was a message sent to those who orchestrated the proxy war against Syria that Damascus has prevailed and instead of driving a wedge between it and its allies in Moscow and Tehran – it has only drawn these regional powers closer together.

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