We are at the point Edward Snowden described as “turnkey tyranny.”And on Wednesday night the key was turned a bit more dramatically. Ray McGovern explains. Continue reading ‘Turnkey Tyranny’ on the Streets of Washington
Iran has informed the West that it will resume enriching uranium for its own protection, in response to Trump’s withdrawal from the nuclear deal, a year ago. Continue reading Iran Calls Trump’s Bluff, Partially Withdraws from Nuclear Deal
With Juan Guaidó’s parallel government attempting to take power with the backing of the U.S., it is telling that the top political donors of those in the U.S. most fervently pushing regime change in Venezuela have close ties to Monsanto and major financial stakes in Bayer. Continue reading How GMO Seeds and Monsanto/Bayer’s “RoundUp” are Driving US Policy in Venezuela
Are more than 130 governments, nearly 40 heads of state, all major international financial institutions, and 5,000 businesses all at one conference, enough to convince you that a new economic order is coming into being? Continue reading China-led New Silk Road is Taking Over the Global Economy with Fully Armed Russia
While the crazed and corrupt people who comprise the Democratic Party and US print and TV media continue to insist that Russiagate is real, a very real threat is emerging in Russia, China, North Korea, and Iran. The threat arises from the fact that Washington has taught each country to have no trust in America’s veracity. The governments of the four countries have learned that everything Washington says is a lie. Continue reading Reckless US Foreign Policy; Preemptive Nuclear War against Russia and China
The new rules proposed by Xi Jinping and expressed by the BRI’s political economic practices are exactly what the best American patriots fought for, Matthew Ehret argues. Continue reading How the ‘Real’ America is in Harmony with the Belt and Road Initiative
Whether the Arctic will become a platform for cooperation or warfare has been a question often posed throughout the past 150 years. Continue reading The Russian-China Polar Silk Road Challenges British Geopolitics
The answer is clear if you read U.S. documents published by WikiLeaks in 2006, writes Kevin Zeese. Continue reading Ukraine: Why ‘OU’ Lost by a Landslide
Important events have occurred in the Middle East and North Africa in recent weeks that underline how the overall political reconfiguration of the region is in full swing. The Shia axis continues its diplomatic relations and, following Rouhani’s meeting in Baghdad, it was the turn of Adil Abdul-Mahdi to be received in Tehran by the highest government and religious authorities. Continue reading Moscow’s Strategy: To Win Everywhere, Every Time
Donald Trump has tried everything he can, even colluding lately with the Deep State in its regime change strategies, without achieving the intended results, just to keep his campaign promise of Making America Great Again. Quite the contrary, in fact, as the targets overtly defy every move the US makes, whether in the Middle East or in Latin America. Continue reading Trump Seeks Carter’s Advice Regarding China’s Rise Amidst US Bankruptcy
The Deir Yassin massacre was used by the Zionist establishment and the terror squads to terrify Palestinians who may have hesitated to leave their land. “Remember what happened in Deir Yassin” was often used as a threat. Continue reading Israel Holds Elections on Day Palestinians Commemorate Deir Yassin Massacre
Just a week after a Russian military contingent touched down Venezuela, a similar military action was also taken by its Chinese counterpart last weekend. Continue reading Game Changer: China Quietly Sends 100 Troops to Venezuela
President Donald Trump and his White House team may have been cleared of collusion with the Kremlin in the 2016 presidential election. That startling conclusion by Special Counsel Robert Mueller after nearly two years of investigation, might be viewed by some as giving Trump freedom to now get on with normalizing relations with Moscow. Don’t bet on it. Continue reading Why There’ll Be No US-Russia Reset Post-Mueller
Relations between Japan and Russia have long been the subject of discussion within international-relations circles. The meetings between Prime Minister Abe and President Putin have been going on for years, yet the situation regarding the peace treaty between the two countries, never signed since the conclusion of the Second World War, is difficult to resolve. Continue reading Can Japan Join the Multipolar Revolution – or Will US Imperialism Bring It to Hell?
It is counterintuitive to say that the latest action from the White House would make America great again, but surely, the full recognition by Donald Trump about the supposed Israeli legitimacy over the Golan Heights is just a symptom of the cancer that has plagued Washington DC since its founding. But it is only much clearer now due to this indispensable decentralized medium called the internet, that the primordial objective is far beyond the opportunity to provide land for more Israeli settlers.
So, what are the real reasons why Donald Trump must do what he just did? Continue reading Why Trump Defies the UN by Recognizing Israel’s “Sovereignty” Over the Golan Heights?
To enforce the Russian red line against the ongoing US regime change operations in Venezuela, Vladimir Putin sent his First Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Land Forces, Colonel General Vasily Tonkoshkurov, to assure the Bolivarian Republic that Russia stands ready to assist the country in times of foreign aggression. Continue reading CHECKMATE: Russian Forces Under Gen. Vasily Tonkoshkurov Landed in Venezuela
There exists no control of the ICC, even when its general prosecutor is a corrupt criminal. The Court is reserved exclusively for the service of those who pay for it – the European Union. Continue reading ICC Intends to Violate a UN Security Council Decision and Try Bashar al-Assad
Governments are not controlled by the people who participate in a periodic electoral exercise to choose their leaders. The ritual is only meant to project a semblance of democracy of the right to choose from an already preselected pool of clowns, whose job as crowd pleasers is only meant to entertain, distract, and divide the people into warring camps, none of which is working for the direct solutions to real world problems that such governments are being paid for. Continue reading What the U.S. Deep State Wants in Venezuela?
In America, the president is not actually in control of the affairs and policies of the government, but a mere shadow of competing interests, none of which represents directly that of We, the People. Continue reading US Deep State: A Criminal Organization Running Scared
On the weekend of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Baltimore University hosted more than 200 activists in the peace, environment, and social justice movements to launch a new initiative known as the Coalition Against US Foreign Military Bases, the Nation reported. Continue reading The US Empire Has Up to 1,000 Military Bases in 80 Countries
While the western media has written off last weekend’s summit in Hanoi as a failure, the talks did help to burnish Kim Jong-un’s reputation as a sincere statesman committed to peacefully resolving the nuclear issue. This is a significant development for the simple reason that Kim needs to continue to build popular support for his cause if he hopes to prevail in the long-term. Continue reading What Really Happened During the Trump-Kim Hanoi Summit?
We’ve been told that there must only be a singular force that will guide and set humanity’s path towards the future, or we all perish. The concept of exceptionalism, in parallel with unregulated monopoly, has run its natural course and look how backward we still are. Continue reading The Superiority of Multipolar World Order is Now Undeniable
The age-old conflict between India and Pakistan has just been reengaged through a false flag bombing that led to the deaths of 42 Indian police personnel, and subsequent aerial bombing by Indian warplanes inside Pakistan-controlled Kashmir side, and Pakistan’s retaliatory shooting down of two Indian intruders Continue reading PAK-India Conflict Reengaged; Puppet Guaido Assassination Highly Likely
I am surprised that no one else is saying it, writing it, shouting it at each and every corner: It is not Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua, and Iran that are in dire and crucial need of ‘regime change’. It is the United States of America, it is the entire European Union; in fact, the entire West. And the situation is urgent. Continue reading Regime Change is Truly and Urgently Needed… in Washington!
We discussed in the previous article how China and Russia are using diplomatic, economic and military means in areas like Asia and the Middle East to contain the belligerence and chaos unleashed by the United States. In this analysis, we will examine the extent to which this strategy is working in Europe. In the next and final article, we will look at the consequences of the “America First” doctrine in relation to South America and the Monroe Doctrine. Continue reading Final Steps of the Multipolar Revolution
Fortunately the world today is very different from that of 2003, Washington’s decrees are less effective in determining the world order. But in spite of this new, more balanced division of power amongst several powers, Washington appears ever more aggressive towards allies and enemies alike, regardless of which US president is in office. Continue reading Russia and China Are Containing the US to Reshape the World Order
America has been a discouraging landscape ever since the neoconservatives took over US foreign policy during the Clinton regime and started the two decades of war crimes that define 21st century America and ever since US corporations betrayed the US work force by moving American jobs to Asia. Continue reading A Ray of Hope
The latest attempt at initiating widespread indignation against a legitimate government in Venezuela is the false defection of “armed guards,” who rammed the barricades with armored vehicles at the border bridge separating the country from Colombia, without due regard to civilian safety. Continue reading Desperate Attempts at Toppling Maduro Continue to Fail
To Omidyar it’s … about … integrating things together to give technocrats, business executives and government officials a God’s-eye view of the world — to manage and control society more efficiently.” — Yasha Levine, author of “Surveillance Valley: The Military History of the Internet” Continue reading Pierre Omidyar’s Funding of Pro-Regime-Change Networks with CIA Cutouts Rappler, etc.
The Venezuelans are suffering from lack of food and medicine, they say. But they are offering some solutions that are grossly incongruent to the pretext of their blatant interference against the country. Continue reading Alliance Sends 933 tons of Medical Aid to Venezuela; West Sends Warships, Live-Aid Concert