World Affairs

Where’s Saddam Hussein When the U.S. Needs Him?

June 25, 2014 0

By Robert Scheer   U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry listens to a translation of remarks during a joint news conference with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry following his meeting with Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi. […]

World Affairs

The ISIS Fiasco: It’s Really an Attack on Iran

June 20, 2014 0

For Once, Not a CIA Plot? By Mike Whitney There’s something that doesn’t ring-true about the coverage of crisis in Iraq. Maybe it’s the way the media reiterates the same, tedious storyline over and over […]


We Are So Not Prepared For Another Oil Shock

June 17, 2014 0

by John Rubino In one sense, energy doesn’t matter all that much to what’s coming. Once debt reaches a certain level, oil can be $10 a barrel or $200, and either way we’re in trouble. […]


War For Profit: Does The Waste Ever End?

April 29, 2014 0

By Joachim Hagopian More evidence of bungled Pentagon waste and fraud just keeps growing in mind boggling bewilderment, so much so that us mere mortals cannot truly fathom or even imagine just how much US […]


Inside the Saudi 9/11 Coverup

December 18, 2013 0

By Paul Sperry After the 9/11 attacks, the public was told al Qaeda acted alone, with no state sponsors. But the White House never let it see an entire section of Congress’ investigative report on […]


Mandela and Israel

December 10, 2013 0

by Thierry Meyssan Westerners are mourning the death of Nelson Mandela with more sadness than that manifested by Africans. This mourning is a way to settle colonial ideology and crimes that were committed in its […]


The Abdication of Iran

December 5, 2013 0

While the media applaud the agreement reached between the P5+1 and Iran, Thierry Meyssan, a personal friend of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, sees in it an abdication by the new Iranian government. As far as he is […]

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