Selected Articles: Obama’s Meager Legacy, Wall Street Behind Brazil Coup d’Etat


Wall Street Behind Brazil Coup d’Etat

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, June 01 2016

(Image) Wall Street Mastermind Henrique de Campos Meirelles, Interim Minister of Finance Control over monetary policy and macro-economic reform was the ultimate objective of the Coup d’Etat. The key appointments from Wall Street’s standpoint are the Central Bank, which dominates…


Barack Obama’s Meager Legacy: Incomplete Accomplishments and Provoked Wars: What Happened?

By Prof Rodrigue Tremblay, June 01 2016

“The evil that men do lives after them.” — William Shakespeare (1564-1616), ‘Julius Caesar’ The Constitution supposes, what the History of all Governments demonstrates, that the Executive is the branch of power most interested in war and most prone to…


An Ex-CIA Agent Blows the Whistle on Torture and Secret Prisons

By Edu Montesanti, June 02 2016

A former CIA agent, John Kiriakou spent two years in prison for blowing the whistle about the Intelligence Agency torture program against prisoners, “obsessed with the idea that al-Qaeda and Osama bin Laden would launch another attack against the United…


Dreams of Control: Israel, Global Censorship, and the Internet

By Dr. Binoy Kampmark, June 02 2016

“Under the cover of darkness, there is no limit to the expansion of Big Brother.” Ilan Gilon, Meretz Party (Israel), Times of Israel, Feb 4, 2016 While Israel’s central justification for its often reactionary policies is couched in hyper-exceptionalist rhetoric,…

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“State of Black America”: National Urban League Report Says African Americans Remain ‘Locked Out’

By Abayomi Azikiwe, June 02 2016

In its annual report on the “State of Black America”, one of the oldest research organizations in the African American community documents the continuing levels of national oppression and economic exploitation. This report for 2016 represents the fortieth anniversary of…


Provoking Moscow: NATO Needs Enemies to Justify Its Existence

By Stephen Lendman, June 02 2016

NATO was always more about offense than defense, about America controlling the policies of Alliance members, increasing their numbers, pressuring them to stress militarism more than they’d chose otherwise – and selling them lots of US weapons. When founded in…

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