From Syria to the European Union, from Iran to Turkey and North Korea – what kind of world order is the Trump administration striving to create? Is there a method to all of this ‘madness’? Clearly the old world order … Continue reading
(By Poetry for Palestine – click image to enlarge) Israel has never defined its borders. It has illegally taken ownership of all public land in the occupied West Bank. This land is then exclusively granted to Zionist settlers. The Knesset … Continue reading
(Image by WallpaperUp.com) “The lesson that should be learned from Syria and Skripal is that if “an incident” looks like it has no obvious motive behind it, there is a high probability that it is a false flag” By Philip … Continue reading
Witnesses of the alleged chemical attack in Douma, including 11-year-old Hassan Diab and hospital staff, told reporters at The Hague that the White Helmets video used as a pretext for a US-led strike on Syria was, in fact, staged. Related: … Continue reading
A number of online activists who’d cast doubt over the West’s narrative are being called Kremlin-controlled. Two people in particular have been singled out in claims that they’re not even real people – but rather automated accounts run by the … Continue reading
One America’s Pearson Sharp visited the war-torn town of Douma outside the capital of Damascus, looking for evidence of a chemical attack. However, residents there deny the claims of an attack, and say it was staged to help the rebels … Continue reading
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Background image courtesy of Getty Images, modified by me. Click image to enlarge. US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, speaking at Duke University in North Carolina on April 5.
An episode of Abby Martin’s Empire Files, featuring journalist Max Blumenthal and spotlighting rising militarism in Israel, has been blocked by YouTube in 28 countries, including Israel and the UK, for violating “local laws.” Entitled “Jewish-American on Israel’s Fascism: ‘No … Continue reading