Selected Articles: “The War Drums are Beating”
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Global Research, November 11, 2015

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Carter,AshtonU.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter Implies Russia and China Are “Enemies” of America. What Next?

By Eric Zuesse, November 11 2015

On Saturday November 7th, U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter delivered a speech saying, “We are in the middle of a strategic transition to respond to the security challenges that will define our future. … We’re responding to Russia, one source of today’s turbulence, and China’s rise, which is driving a transition in the Asia-Pacific.”

veterans for peaceThe Glorification of War: “Veterans Day” Is Not for Veterans

By David Swanson, November 11 2015

When the U.S. changed Armistice Day into Veterans Day, the holiday morphed from a day to encourage the end of war into a day to glorify war participation.

A B61-12 nuclear weapon ©the Center for Investigative ReportingThe War Drums are Beating: Two Trident Missiles Launched over Los Angeles. Act of Provocation Directed against Russia and China?

By Joachim Hagopian, November 11 2015

Without warning just after sunset last Saturday night the US Navy purposely picked a time to launch an unarmed Trident II missile from the submarine the USS Kentucky from waters off the Southern California coast so hundreds of thousands of witnesses would be sure to observe the brightly lit up sky and headlines would certainly spread around the world.

IRAQI GIRL WALKS THROUGH RUBBLE OF DESTROYED BUILDING IN BAGHDADTen years on, Iraq Lies in Ruins as New Evidence confirms U.S. used Death Squads to Manufacture ‘Civil War’

By Joe Quinn, November 11 2015

As if to mock those who are against this illegal invasion and the lies and deceit that have been used to justify it, Ari Fleishcer today stated that, even if Saddam went into exile now, the US would still invade. It’s not about WMD, it’s about domination and the destructive principle.

syrian rebels ciaAmerica’s War Economy: Senate Defense Bill Halts Guantanamo Closure, Grants Military Aid to Kiev and Syrian Rebels

By RT, November 11 2015

The Senate has passed a defense spending bill that bans moving Guantanamo Bay detainees to the United States. This throws a wrench in President Obama’s 2008 campaign promise of closing the camp.

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