Selected Articles: State-Sponsored Terrorism, American Imperialism, Refugee Crisis

RefugeeThrongsRefugees as Weapon – and Germany shifting Alliances?

By Peter Koenig, September 17, 2015

Turkey has eagerly opened her gates to two million refugees to house them in refugee camps which were funded with up to 6 billion US dollars – not for reasons of altruism, but to use them jointly with the US, NATO and the EU as a geopolitical weapon.

refugee-sea‘US Seek to Control the EU Elites via Refugee Crisis’

By Andrew Korybko, September 17, 2015

Interview given by Andrew Korybko to the Iranian FARS News agency on the origins of the Syrian war, refugee crisis in the EU and the US interest in making radicals infiltrate Europe.

us-isisThe Unspoken Truth: Obama’s “Responsibility to Protect” the Islamic State (ISIS). The Objective is to “Degrade and Destroy” Iraq and Syria

By Stephen Lendman, September 16, 2015

Obama’s so-called war to degrade and destroy [the Islamic State] is a complete fabrication. Defeating it is simple. Stop recruiting, arming, funding, training and directing its elements. Stop using terrorists as US proxy foot soldiers. Wage peace, not war.

Seven months ago, UK Prime Minister David Cameron lamented the “sickening murder” of Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kaseasbeh by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS)…The killing was seen by the Western coalition and allied Arab monarchies fighting ISIS as a symbol of the evilness of their enemies, which necessitated their own righteous military intervention.

Flag of HungaryFortress Europe: Tear Gas on the Hungarian Border

By Binoy Kampmark, September 17, 2015

Like water, the refugee flow is finding a way to detect any imaginable breach across the borders of Europe. One is Romania, though it is plagued by poor road connections and a Hungarian promise to reinforce its part of the border with razor wire.


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