Foreign Policy

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 …

Imperialism

Full Spectrum Arrogance: US Bases Spanning the Globe

Source: Global Research January 19, 2018 By Ann Garrison “There are 50,000 troops still in Germany, still winning World War II three quarters of a century later.” Late last year, a divided Congress approved a military spending bill of 700 billion dollars , more than either the President or the Pentagon had …

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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 …

Geopolitics

Kissinger Fears ISIS Defeat Will Lead To “Iranian Radical Empire;” Russia Rejecting Atlanticist World Order

Source: Activist Post By Brandon Turbeville Henry Kissinger has never been one to mince words when it comes to his desire to engage in genocide, the destruction of entire civilizations, or the imposition of Atlanticist world hegemony. In a recent address given to the Margaret Thatcher Conference on Security and …

Foreign Policy

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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Sobering Truths About America’s Imperialist Crimes Against Humanity

By Harold Pinter and Dr. Gary G. Kohls We have brought torture, cluster bombs, depleted uranium, innumerable acts of random murder, misery, degradation and death to the Iraqi people and call it ‘bringing freedom and democracy to the Middle East’. – Harold Pinter British playwright Harold Pinter won the Nobel …

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Afghanistan conflict: When Enduring Freedom is turned asunder

by Phillip Butler In December of 2001, the mightiest military force the world has ever known launched ‘Operation Enduring Freedom’ in Afghanistan. Today, the US and NATO military mission in that distant country officially comes to a close, but the foe remains unvanquished. I am writing this piece to caution …

News/Commentary

Between The Lines This Week – September 7-13, 2014

Sunday 9/7 The Less U.S. Military Interventionism the Better Al Gore’s Climate Calculations Prove Wrong — Again Monday 9/8 Aggressive police take hundreds of millions of dollars from motorists not charged with crimes U.S. Army Report Urges Preparations For Troops to Occupy NYC, Other “Megacities” How corporate influence is subverting …

News/Commentary

Between The Lines This Week – August 24-30, 2014

Tuesday 8/26 Horrifying accidents at infectious disease labs hidden from the public, ‘cloaked in secrecy’ Obama Administration “Review” Pretext for Legitimizing Transfer of Military Arms to Police CIA’s Chechen Assets Magnify ISIS Threat When Local Police Become a “Standing Army” Gov. Jerry Brown Announces Collapse of California and Ultimately the …