Selected Articles: Political Insanity: The Real Face of the GOP’s “Non-interventionism”: Withdrawal of U.S. Troops from Syria Should be Redeployed to “Fight China”

Political Insanity: The Real Face of the GOP’s “Non-interventionism”: Withdrawal of U.S. Troops from Syria Should be Redeployed to “Fight China”

By Kurt Nimmo, March 14, 2023

I am convinced Anna Paulina Luna, a republican representative from Florida, is a Lunatic. It has nothing to do with the Moon. Here she is, calling for the end of the world as we know it.

Geoengineering: Romanian General Emil Strainu on the Terrifying Possibilities of Geo-warfare

By General Emil Strainu and Dragan Vujicic, March 14, 2023

The topic of geoengineering and geowarfare always becomes “hot” after major “natural” disasters that hit the world from time to time. Romanian senator Diana Iovanović Sošaka is the first politician in Europe to warn of a series of strange coincidences that followed devastating earthquakes in Turkey and Syria in which tens of thousands of people died.

Six War Mongering Think Tanks and the Military Contractors that Fund Them

By Amanda Yee, March 14, 2023

From producing reports and analysis for U.S. policy-makers, to enlisting representatives to write op-eds in corporate media, to providing talking heads for corporate media to interview and give quotes, think tanks play a fundamental role in shaping both U.S. foreign policy and public perception around that foreign policy.

Crisis in Middle East and North Africa: US-UK Encroaching on Conduct of Elections in Libya. Interview with Journalist Martin Jay

By Martin Jay and Steven Sahiounie, March 14, 2023

The deal signed in China on March 10 was a surprise to the US and their western allies. They didn’t see that coming, as years of secret talks culminated in a successful restoring of full diplomatic relations between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Withdraw From Syria Should Have Been a “Slam Dunk”

By Renee Parsons, March 14, 2023

Relying on an outdated foreign policy document of lapsed authority, the US House of Representatives rejected HR 21 by a lopsided 321 – 103 vote affirming that American belligerents span both political parties when the Uniparty needs to coalesce.

How U.S. Military Spending Works

By David Swanson, March 14, 2023

Biden proposes a massive increase in military spending — above and beyond both what he proposed the year before and what the Congress increased that to. If you look at U.S. military spending according to SIPRI in constant 2021 dollars from 1949 to now (all the years they provide, with their calculation adjusting for inflation), Obama’s 2011 record will probably fall this year.

Moveable Multipolarity in Moscow: Ridin’ the ‘Newcoin’ Train

By S. Tzu and Pepe Escobar, March 14, 2023

Ah, the joys of the Big Circle Line (BKL, in Cyrillic): circumnavigating the whole of Moscow for 71 km and 31 stations: from Tekstilshchiki – in the old textile quarter – to Sokolniki – a suprematist/constructivist gallery (Malevich lives!); from Rizhskaya – with its gorgeous steel arches – to Maryina Roscha – with its 130 meter-long escalator.

Apple: “Forced Labor” in India with Foxconn. Hourly Wage 88 Cents

By Dr. Werner Rügemer, March 14, 2023

Apple has its latest iPhones 12 and 13, and since this year also iPhone 14, finally assembled in the South Indian special economic zone Chennai in the state of Tamil Nadu. Numerous Indian electronics companies are established here, supplying Western car companies such as BMW and Ford, and digital companies such as Nokia, Dell, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft and Apple.

Interfering in Elections? Israel Uses High-technology to Influence Results

By Philip Giraldi, March 14, 2023

A week ago an interesting story surfaced briefly in the news about how the developing Republican presidential candidate bids by Nikki Haley and others had been attacked over the past eleven months by possibly as many as hundreds of thousands of false automated personas, referred to in the trade as “bots,” on Twitter and other internet based social media.

History: The Three Partitions of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. 1772, 1793 and 1795

By Dr. Vladislav B. Sotirović, March 14, 2023

Historical Poland (in fact, the Polish-Lithuanian Republic of Two Nations) became divided during the three partitions in 1772, 1793, and 1795 between the Kingdom of Prussia, the Habsburg Monarchy (later Austrian Empire and Austrian-Hungarian Monarchy), and the Russian Empire.

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