Selected Articles: Syria, Argentina, Ukraine and the Proliferation of “False Flag” Operations

us-isisWashington Asks Moscow: Please Do Not to Bomb American Troops Operating on the Ground in Northern Syria

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, February 21 2016

Washington has requested Moscow not to bomb areas of Northern Syria where US Special Forces are being deployed. The main objective is to protect remaining US sponsored terrorist positions in Northern Syria including those of the ISIS from Russian airstrikes.

Russia SyriaWeek Nineteen of the Russian Intervention in Syria: Tense Confrontation between Turkey and Russia

By The Saker, February 21 2016

The past week saw no decrease in the tense confrontation between Turkey and Russia over Syria. While Russia’s position is simple – ‘we are ready to fight’ – the Turkish position is much more ambiguous…generation.

War-and-Peace-by-Anthony-Freda__700War and Peace. “Another French False Flag? Bloody Tracks From Paris To San Bernardino”

By Mark Taliano, February 21 2016

One of the most important books about post 9/11 war and peace will likely be one of the least read books published in recent times. War sells; peace does not.

800px-Flag_of_Argentina.svgArgentina: The End of Post Neoliberalism and the Rise of the Hard Right

By Prof. James Petras, February 21 2016

The class struggle from above found its most intense , comprehensive and retrograde expression in Argentina, with the election of Mauricio Macri (December 2015).

eu-ukraineThe EU-Ukraine Association Agreement (EUAA): Dutch Government’s Leaked “Media Strategy” to Influence Outcome of EU-Ukraine Referendum

By Anneke de Laaf, February 21 2016

This April 6th the Netherlands will hold a (non-binding) referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement (EUAA), as the result of a petition to the government signed by 427,939 voters.

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