Propaganda/Psyops

US Propaganda: Time Magazine Takes Swipe at Thailand

Source: New Eastern Outlook July 14, 2018 Joseph Thomas Time Magazine’s article titled, “Thailand’s Leader Promised to Restore Democracy. Instead He’s Tightening His Grip,” reflects Wall Street and Washington’s growing displeasure with the current Thai government and its seemingly successful efforts to pivot the nation away from US-backed proxies including …

Regime Change

Who are Washington’s “Revolutionaries” in Iran?

Source: New Eastern Outlook July 7, 2018 Tony Cartalucci The US backed Iranian opposition are neither “revolutionary,” nor even “in” Iran. Yet they have been designated as Washington’s proxies of choice, and an alternative government they seek to place into power in Tehran.  As the US-led proxy war in Syria …

Regime Change

Why You Should Be Intensely Skeptical Of Everything You Hear About Iran Protests

Source: Caitlin Johnstone Rogue Journalist June 27, 2018 Caitlin Johnstone Every few weeks I switch from being accused by pro-establishment Democrats of writing propaganda for Putin and Assad to being accused by pro-Trump Republicans of writing propaganda for the Iranian government, all because I am opposed to US-led regime change …

Interventionism

5 Things You Should Know About US-led ‘One-Time’ Strikes On Syria

Source: The Last American Vagabond April 14, 2018 by RT Multiple targets in Syria were bombarded by the US, UK, and France in retaliation to what they said was an Assad-orchestrated chemical attack near Damascus. Here are the main facts about the intervention. Washington approved “precision strikes” against Syria early …

Regime Change

The US Empire Has Been Trying To Regime Change Syria Since Long Before 2011

Source: Caitlin Johnstone Rogue Journalist April 12, 2018 Caitlin Johnstone One interesting and completely undeniable fact that we don’t talk about nearly enough is how Syria has been a target for regime change by the US-centralized power establishment since long before the uprising in 2011. Proponents of US military interventionism …

War

US to Launch a Sustained Operation in Syria

Source: Strategic Culture Foundation April 11, 2018 Arkady SAVITSKY The events in Syria are likely to escalate into a regional conflict. USS Donald Cook already deployed in the Mediterranean can deliver a limited missile attack against Syria but a large-scale operation is unlikely to be launched until USS Harry S. Truman carrier strike group (CSG) arrives …

Propaganda/Psyops

Trump’s Syria “Withdrawal” Was Textbook US Deception

Image: Trump isn’t going to “withdraw” from Syria when the special interests he represents still fully plan on waging war – proxy or otherwise – on Syria’s ally Iran. The recent appointment of John Bolton and Mike Pompeo to key positions within his administration signal expanded war, not withdrawal. Source: The …

Regime Change

America’s Looming War With Venezuela: What You’re Not Being Told

Source: AntiMedia April 5, 2018 by Darius Shahtahmasebi Countries that don’t eagerly follow the U.S.-led global order make prime targets for American-led invasions, particularly when those countries challenge the status of the U.S. dollar. Right now, Venezuela is one of these countries. Venezuela sits on the world’s largest oil reserves, and in order to free itself from …

Interventionism

Former CIA Director Admits U.S. Meddles in Foreign Elections – But for a “Good Cause”

Source: Wake Up World March 28, 2018 By Ben Swann The Russians hacked our election. The Russians attacked our democratic process. You have heard these claims from the media and politicians for well over a year. Then, the recent federal indictment of Russians accused of intervening in the 2016 election. That was …

Regime Change

The ICC Plays Scripted Role in Regime Change Plot Against Venezuela

United Nations U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley, right, listens as Organization of American States Secretary General Luis Almargo speaks during a U.N. meeting on human rights in Venezuela, Nov. 13, 2017 at U.N. headquarters. (AP/Bebeto Matthews) When it comes to Venezuela, we should be wary of hyperbole and exaggeration, bearing in …