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The Secret Battle for Africa

Source: The Corbett Report August 11, 2018 James Corbett In October 2017 United States African Command confirmed that three Green Berets had been killed and two more had been wounded when their patrol was ambushed in Niger. Reaction to this news from the non-Corbett Report audience was: “What? There’s a …

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The US Finally Told the Truth About Its Military Objective in Syria

Source: ANTIMEDIA January 24, 2018 by Darius Shahtahmasebi After over a year of flip-flopping and reversing its position on Syria and its president, Bashar al-Assad, the U.S has finally admitted the real reason its military continues to violate Syria’s sovereignty. From the Washington Post: “After months of incoherence, the Trump administration has taken a step toward a …

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The Whole World Is Sick and Tired of US Foreign Policy

Source: ANTIMEDIA January 16, 2018 by Darius Shahtahmasebi According to four-star General Wesley Clark, in a 1991 meeting with Paul Wolfowitz, then-under-secretary of defense for policy at the Department of Defense, Wolfowitz seemed a little dismayed because he believed the U.S. should have gotten rid of Saddam Hussein in Operation …

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The Only Thing That Can Save Trump’s Presidency Now Is War With North Korea

Source: ANTIMEDIA Written by Joey Clark With his poll numbers sinking, Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation ramping up, and a stalled domestic legislative agenda, President Donald J. Trump may have only one way to save his presidency — war with North Korea. A man who wanted a military parade at his inauguration, Donald Trump had this to say in …

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CIA Interventions in Syria: A Partial Timeline

by Michael S. Rozeff LewRockwell.com This partial timeline provides evidence that the U.S. government and Obama in particular bear a significant responsibility for the Syrian war and the results of that war. Obama approved elements of CIA plans that go back over 65 years. The CIA meddling is distinct from …

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Russia Under Attack

by Paul Craig Roberts While Washington works assiduously to undermine the Minsk agreement that German chancellor Merkel and French president Hollande achieved in order to halt the military conflict in Ukraine, Washington has sent Victoria Nuland to Armenia to organize a “color revolution” or coup there, has sent Richard Miles …

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The “Cataclysmic Conflict” Yet to Come

by Tony Cartalucci Corporate-financier interests driving US foreign policy have long ago conspired to use Al Qaeda and other sectarian extremist forces to create a Pan-Arabian mercenary force with which to fight their enemies. Warned about in 2007 in a prophetic 9-page report by veteran journalist, two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Seymour …

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America’s Interventionist Legacy: “Regime Change” and “Failed States”

By Stephen Lendman Wherever America intervenes, failed states follow. Pro-Western stooge regimes replace sitting governments. They fail to provide essential functions, services and/or responsibilities required of sovereign independent ones. Failed state examples include Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Haiti, Honduras, Somalia, Yemen and Ukraine. Syria’s government maintains power despite having lost control …

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Venezuela: a Coup in Real Time

by Eva Golinger There is a coup underway in Venezuela. The pieces are all falling into place like a bad CIA movie. At every turn a new traitor is revealed, a betrayal is born, full of promises to reveal the smoking gun that will justify the unjustifiable. Infiltrations are rampant, …

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Ignoring the Full Truth About the Castro Brothers

by John F. McManus Press coverage of President Obama’s decision to normalize relations with Cuba avoided any mention of the fact that Fidel Castro and his companions were helped to take control of the island nation by the U.S. government and elements of the American mass media. Had not pro-communist …