USA can’t accept loss of Syria

AP photo Syria has been at the centre of world news for years already. The country is ranked first in terms of the number of lies that one can hear about the events happening in the war-torn country. Ukraine probably comes second from this point of view. Myths about Syria are purposefully created in the... Continue Reading →

Colonialism and Greed: Trump Considers Afghan War Expansion to Exploit Minerals

Trump is reportedly being encouraged by corporate executives to take advantage of Afghanistan's mineral wealth By Jake Johnson Global Research, July 28, 2017 Common Dreams 26 July 2017 Featured image: Trump appears committed to the belief that mineral extraction “could be one justification for the United States to stay engaged in” Afghanistan, the New York... Continue Reading →

Directed against Russia: ‘Aurora’, the Largest Military Exercise in Sweden in 20 years, Aligns Sweden Even Closer with NATO

By Terje Maloy Global Research, July 28, 2017 For three weeks in September 2017, Sweden will be turned into a military training ground. A third of the country, especially the capital Stockholm, the second largest city Gothenburg and the island of Gotland will be designated training areas. In total there will be about 20,000 participating soldiers, from... Continue Reading →

History of World War II: The Dunkirk Evacuation and the Delusions of Empire

‘Dunkirk’ reinforces Britain’s self-image, that it was fighting for freedom all alone in World War II. In not seeing the wider canvas, Britons see a distorted reality By Salil Tripathi Global Research, July 28, 2017 Livemint National identities are built on remembered and retold histories. Britain has long viewed the story of its role in... Continue Reading →

A Ray of Hope. EU Backlash against Washington’s Sanctions Regime directed against Russia

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Global Research, July 28, 2017 Paul Craig Roberts 26 July 2017 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... Continue Reading →

World War II and the Battle of Britain: Operation Sea Lion, Looking Back

Testimony of a Distinguished Veteran of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) By Dr. Frederick Clairmonte Global Research, July 28, 2017 Global Research 6 April 2010 Editor’s Note This incisive article written seven years ago by renowned author Frederic Clairmonte, is phrased as  “a letter written to a colleague from the Sorbonne.  F.” The film on  Lord... Continue Reading →

The Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

By Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament Global Research, July 28, 2017 Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament On August 6, 1945 the US dropped an atomic bomb (“Little Boy”) on Hiroshima in Japan. Three days later a second atomic bomb (“Fat Man”) was dropped on the city of Nagasaki. These were the only times nuclear weapons have been used... Continue Reading →

Corporate Sociopaths Addicted to Wealth: Toxic Pollution, Predatory Lending, Raping the Land, Despoiling the Aquifer, Toxic Mine Waste…

Polluting Foreign Copper Mining Corporations like Canada’s PolyMet controlled by Switzerland’s Glencore and Canada’s Twin Metals controlled by Chile’s Antofagasta Meet the Definition of Sociopathic Entities By Dr. Gary G. Kohls Global Research, July 28, 2017 Duluth Reader Featured image: A photo of a massive Antofagasta open pit copper mine in Chile. The tiny black dots... Continue Reading →

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