Western analysts who think China’s leader is instituting his own version of a Cultural Revolution to cement his power are wrong – his actions aren’t driven by ego, and are more strategic and thought through than Mao’s ever were.Continue reading Xi Jinping’s Sweeping Reforms Amount to A Revolution, But He’s No Mao
The land Down Under appears to be reverting back to its original status as a penal colony as government officials, looking more like prison wardens than any servants of the people, clamp down on demonstrators weary of more Covid lockdowns.Continue reading In the Name of ‘Public Safety’ Australia Descends Into a Nightmarish Orwellian Police State
Ukrainian President Zelensky captured headlines once again with his reminder to the Washington Post and to the world that his country will never be a part of NATO. At least this much is what one can only infer from what was actually quite the complaint.Continue reading NATO’s Obsolescence: Ukraine, Turkey, Brazil and now Afghanistan
In today’s polarised world, the situation in this hugely significant region of the Pacific is frequently portrayed as either Chinese expansionism or American imperialism. As ever, the truth of the matter is much more complicated.Continue reading What is really going on between Beijing and Washington in the South China Sea?
On Tuesday, Baradar landed in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar, the birthplace of the Taliban movement he helped found in the mid-1990s. Ending 20 years of exile, he was thronged by well-wishers as he stepped off a Qatari government aircraft and drove off in a convoy.Continue reading Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, Taliban leader with Near-Legendary Status
True to form, last Sunday the US Puppet president of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani, fled Kabul with four luxury vehicles and a helicopter stuffed so full of cash that a huge pile of it could not fit and had to be left on the tarmac.Continue reading U.S. Puppets, When They Finally Get Kicked Out, They Steal Much of the Country’s Treasure as They Can
Whenever one gets into discussions about the decline of America’s ability to positively influence developments around the world a number of issues tend to surface.Continue reading Washington’s Clueless Ambassadors: Damaging American Interests is Their Legacy
The ever-elusive Afghan “peace” process negotiations re-start this Wednesday in Doha via the extended troika – the US, Russia, China and Pakistan. The contrast with the accumulated facts on the ground could not be starker.Continue reading All Roads Lead to the Battle for Kabul
Greg Piper writers for the news site Just The News and recently decided to share a story from The College Fix, where he was previously an editor. The story included the line “Vaccines are not safe for everyone.”Continue reading Twitter Suspends Journalist Who Repeated CDC Fact on Vaccines
Valentina Matviyenko pointed out that Russia vividly demonstrated the immense creative potential of living together in peace and harmony, and in close contact with members of different nationalities, religions and cultures.Continue reading Russia Seeks to Deepen Cooperation with Islamic World
The inviting of a delegation from the Taliban Islamic fundamentalist group to Beijing this week has raised eyebrows across the world. Is China being clever, or does it face grave dangers on entering the “graveyard of empires”?Continue reading A New Great Game is Afoot in Afghanistan, as China Hosts the Taliban
An intentionally misinformative outreach is what the U.S. government is relying on to justify its punitive measures on Cuba.Continue reading Who Will Hold the U.S. Accountable Over Cuba?
On Sunday, July 11, Cubans took to the streets for the first time in more than twenty years to express their dismay. It seemed like a spontaneous action, but on closer inspection there’s a bigger picture here.Continue reading Recent Unrest in Cuba: A Textbook Example of Fake News and Media Warfare
The recent visit of China’s foreign minister to Damascus as the first foreign guest since President Bashar Assad was sworn in for a second seven-year term is significant – and signals a shift that will annoy Washington and London.Continue reading Will China Rebuild War-Ravaged Syria?
The new government—led by teacher, unionist and peasant farmer Castillo—is expected to make many social and economic reforms in keeping with their promises of putting the people before profiteering, and domination by the United States.Continue reading Peru Gets Its First Socialist President, Pedro Castillo
As the investigation into Moïse’s murder unfolds, the U.S. is laying the groundwork to deploy troops into Haiti for the fourth time in 106 years, at the request of a figure it has spent decades grooming.Continue reading Suspected Assassins of Haitian President Moïse Trained by US, Linked to Pro-Coup Oligarchy
Jovenel Moïse was a violent and corrupt tyrant. While his passing may not elicit much sympathy, the Haitian president’s assassination should not be celebrated.Continue reading The Assassination of Jovenel Moïse
China has just announced that it will invest 400 billion dollars in Iran over a period of 25 years in exchange for a great deal on Iran’s oil – in the latest move of absolute defiance against the U.S. and its secondary sanctions. Where’s this all heading?Continue reading China Mega Investment Deal With Iran Blows U.S. Out of the Picture
All too predictably, the crisis in Myanmar has rapidly spiraled out of control with what we were told were “peaceful” “pro-democracy” protesters transforming into heavily armed militants fighting Myanmar’s central government, its police force and its armed forces with war weapons.Continue reading Myanmar’s Crisis Follows Predictable ‘Libya Model’ Pattern
China’s growing confidence was highlighted in a thunderous speech by Xi Jinping at an event to mark the Communist Party’s centenary, at which he promised the country would no longer be oppressed by foreign powers.Continue reading The Days of The West Bullying China Are Gone for Good | Xi Jinping
For weeks I’ve been predicting Biden would capitulate to the Republican-McConnell proposals on infrastructure, including funding it without taxing corps-investors-wealthy.Continue reading Biden’s $2.3 Trillion Infrastructure Capitulation: Stripped Down to $579 Billion
The “excessive representation of the West” in decision-making should be limited to create a more balanced world order, with more input from the global east and south, according to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.Continue reading Russia Calls for U.N. Security Council Reform; West Over-Represented
Iran’s president-elect will ‘Look East’ while seeking to exit ‘strategic patience’ when dealing with the US…Continue reading A Sovereign Iran Will Move Closer To Russia-China
On June 22, 1941, exactly 80 years ago, having conquered practically the whole of Europe, the Nazis attacked the USSR. For the Soviet people, the Great Patriotic War – the bloodiest one in the history of our country – began.Continue reading Being Open, Despite the Past | Putin
In both the crucial summits of global north nations, political leaders led by US president Joe Biden, made sweeping and unsubstantiated charges against China.Continue reading Imperialist Powers Turn More Aggressive Towards China
With the UN World Food Program announcing that some 270 million people worldwide now face starvation, the ongoing debate about the real aims of the technocracy is profound. The question is whether their aim tends more towards major population reduction, or more towards a new type of slavery.Continue reading Have the Great Reset Technocrats Really Thought This Through?
The Venetians were once the most powerful maritime force in Europe, with an Empire that traversed the Eurasian continent. By aligning with mercenary armies of Khazars, Mongolians and Turks, they slashed and burned their way through one community after another, killing millions of people and seizing their wealth.Continue reading Rothschild Dynasty is Seeking to Fulfill Kalergi Depopulation Agenda
In the 1950s the so-called enemy of the West was not only Moscow but the Third World’s emerging nationalists, from Gamal Abdel Nasser in Egypt to Mohammed Mossadegh in Iran.Continue reading On Nasser’s Fight for Arabic Independence and a Free Palestine
The U.S. foreign policy is increasingly promoted by billionaire-funded foundations. The neoliberal era has created individuals with incredible wealth who, through “philanthropy,” flex their influence and feel good at the same time.Continue reading Nicaragua: How Billion-Dollar Foundations Fund NGOs to Manipulate U.S. Foreign Policy