Selected Articles: Power and the Nuclear Bomb: Conducting Foreign Policy with the Threat of Mass Murder


Power and the Nuclear Bomb: Conducting Foreign Policy with the Threat of Mass Murder

By Colin Todhunter, July 21 2016

“Some fell to the ground and their stomachs already expanded full, burst and organs fell out. Others had skin falling off them and others still were carrying limbs. And one in particular was carrying their eyeballs in their hand.” The above is an account by a Hiroshima survivor talking about the fate of her schoolmates.

A Coup in Turkey Before Any Attack on Iran?

Questioning the Turkish Coup. “Certain Events and Occurrences Don’t Make Sense”

By Devon Douglas-Bowers, July 21 2016

As readers may know, I generally do not delve into the ideas of false flags and whatnot. It isn’t that I don’t think that false flags don’t exist, it’s just that it isn’t what I do my research in. However, the information surrounding the coup attempt gets more and more interesting and perplexing, certain events and occurrences don’t make sense.

9-11-attacksIs the Alleged Saudi Involvement in the 9/11 Attacks Part of the Deception? US Intelligence “Creates Stories inside Stories”

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, July 21 2016

James Jesus Angleton, head of CIA counterintelligence for three decades, long ago explained to me that intelligence services create stories inside stories, each with its carefully constructed trail of evidence, in order to create false trails as diversions. Such painstaking work can serve a variety of purposes.

the dirty war on syria tim anderson

The Dirty War on Syria: ‘Zero Credible Evidence that the Syrian Arab Army Used Chemical Weapons’

By Prof. Tim Anderson, July 21 2016

In an interview with, Tim Anderson, the author of The Dirty War on Syria emphasizes on US policies to create a “New Middle East”. Here’s the full text of the interview.

Chinese and Filipino Flags

Washington Complicates the Dispute in the South China Sea

By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya, July 20 2016

A negotiated settlement between the People’s Republic of China and the Republic of the Philippines over the Sino-Filipino territorial dispute(s) over ownership of the Spratly Islands (known as Nansha Islands in China) appears possible with the change of government in Manila. The term of the cabinet of Filipino President Benigno Aquino III and Filipino Secretary of Foreign Affairs Albert del Rosario, who both rejected bilateral talks with Beijing, ended on June 30, 2016.

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