Selected Articles: The CIA, Wall Street, Yemen, Ecuador, and the British Labour Party

USAIDWashington Wants “Regime Change” in Ecuador: “What is the CIA Planning before Ecuador’s 2017 Elections?”

By Timothy Alexander Guzman, September 15, 2015

Washington wants Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa removed from power. Correa is a staunch ally of Latin America’s leftist governments of Bolivia, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Argentina and Brazil who are critical of U.S. Foreign policy.

cia (1)Veteran Intelligence Professionals Challenge CIA’s “Rebuttal” on Torture

By Washington’s Blog, September 15, 2015


FROM: Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS)

SUBJECT: Veteran Intelligence Professionals Challenge CIA’s “Rebuttal” on Torture

yemen_bombingU.S.-backed Forces in Yemen Escalate Airstrikes

By Abayomi Azikiwe, September 15, 2015

A coalition of Washington-backed armies led by Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has escalated their bombing raids on civilian areas in Yemen.

wall streetSeven Years Since the Wall Street Crash

By Nick Beams, September 15, 2015

The bankruptcy of the US investment bank Lehman Brothers seven years ago today signaled a breakdown of the global capitalist economy and financial system that continues to deepen.

Netanyahu (1)Netanyahu Escalates War on Palestine. Israel’s War on Self-Defence “Terrorism” and Stone Throwing

By Stephen Lendman, September 15, 2015

Israeli desecration of Islam’s third holiest site continued for a second day. Soldiers and police attacked Al Aqsa Mosque worshippers, terrorizing them – on the phony pretext of conducting a security operation, to let Zionist zealots enter where they don’t belong.

jeremy-corbyn2Britain: The End of New Labour’s Reign of Terror? Jeremy Corbyn, Quo Vadis?

By Dr. P. Wilkinson, September 15, 2015

Can the new leader of the British Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, overcome Fabianism in Labour’s class war of attrition?

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