Crimes Against Humanity

America’s War on Yemen Exposed

Source: New Eastern Outlook August 14, 2018 Tony Cartalucci As atrocities and scandal begin to mount regarding the US-backed Saudi-led war on the impoverished nation of Yemen, the involvement and hypocrisy of the United States and other Western backers is coming to full light. Global condemnation of Saudi airstrikes on …

Hegemony

Fear and Loathing In And Of The USA

Source: New Eastern Outlook August 7, 2018 Christopher Black As I write this news came of the attempt on President Maduro’s life, additional “sanctions” against Iran, North Korea, Syria and Russia, a ramping up of the economic warfare against China through the use of trade tariffs, threats of war against …

Propaganda/Psyops

Debunking A Century of War Lies

Source: The Corbett Report August 6, 2018 James Corbett In the modern age of democracy and volunteer armies, a pretense for war is required to rally the nation around the flag and motivate the public to fight. That is why every major conflict is now accompanied by its own particular …

Nationalism

Swamp Infrastructure Construction Kinetics

Freedom Wall at the National World War II Memorial. Washington, D.C., USA Source: Washington’s Blog August 2, 2018 by DavidSwanson By David Swanson, director of World BEYOND War Now being planned and built in Washington, D.C., which is already just about coated in monuments to wars and particular warriors, are …

War

Square One: US Negotiating Peace With Taliban

Source: The Corbett Report August 4, 2018 James Corbett It’s not often that you see an MSM headline that tells an entire story, complete with a plot and sub-plot, but when you do it’s usually in a tabloid. Such is the case with this recent doozy from The Daily Fail: …

War

Hiroshima Revisited: Memorializing the Horrors of War with 10 Must-See War Films

Source: The Rutherford Institute July 30, 2018 John W. Whitehead “The horror… the horror…”—Apocalypse Now (1979) Nearly 73 years ago, the United States unleashed atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing more than 200,000 individuals, many of whom were civilians. Fast forward to the present day, and the …

Disobedience

They Went to Jail for Justice

Source: Washington’s Blog July 9, 2018 by DavidSwanson C.J. Hinke has produced probably the best collection I’ve read of writings by and about conscientious objectors and war refusers behind bars. It’s called Free Radicals: War Resisters in Prison. The book is a bit of a time capsule, somewhat along the …

War

China Warns of “Peace Disease” And “Unavoidable” War With US

Source: The Corbett Report July 9, 2018 James Corbett A leaked Chinese memo reveals that the Chinese military is combating “peace disease” and avoiding an “unavoidable” war by . . . building up their military? What does all this mean, what does it have to do with Thucydides, and what …

Military Industrial Complex

Nation Horrified To Learn Child-Killing Death Merchants Have Racist Employee

Source: Caitlin Johnstone Rogue Journalist July 6, 2018 Caitlin Johnstone “A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of the people. Only a small ‘inside’ group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very …

Economy

From Trade War to Hot War (via Global Economic Collapse)

Source: The Corbett Report June 30, 2018 James Corbett America is in a funk. Slipping into an economic and cultural morass and at risk of losing its footing on the global chessboard, American workers find themselves working harder than ever and still falling further and further behind. How can this …