Is Turkey the next country for a “proxy and long war” of the Transnational Elite?

Source: By Ylli Përmeti While Russia helped Ankara 'without conditions' during the coup - a massive fire exploded near the military base of NATO in the air base of Incirlik - where, together with the base of Ismir, have been stationed more than 90 nuclear tactical weapons, more than in any country! Turkish authorities... Continue Reading →

Selected Articles: Will Sanctions against Russia Lead to War?

By Global Research News Global Research, July 31, 2017 The Kremlin has responded to the US Congress’ newly passed bill sanctions against Russia. What happened to the 2-hour talk between President Putin and President Trump at the G20 Summit? Read our selections below. “Tensions between Russia and the US have reached a level not seen since... Continue Reading →

Russia’s Expulsion of Staff From the US Embassy in Moscow Is Unprecedented and Huge

Russia's expulsion of 755 personnel from US diplomatic missions in Russia is of an unprecedented scale in modern history and could deal a devastating blow to US intelligence and 'democracy promotion' operations in Russia. By Alexander Mercouris Global Research, July 31, 2017 The Duran Featured image: The old building of the embassy of the United States... Continue Reading →

A Child’s Truth in a Country of Lies

By Edward Curtin Global Research, July 31, 2017 “Man is tormented by no greater anxiety than to find someone quickly to whom he can hand over that great gift of freedom with which the ill-fated creature is born.” – Fyodor Dostoyevsky, “The Grand Inquisitor” It is heartening to know that there are young children still reading books.... Continue Reading →

America Declares Economic War Against Europe

By Eric Zuesse Global Research, July 31, 2017 On Friday night, July 28th, U.S. President Donald Trump said that he would sign into law the increased economic sanctions (passed by 98-2 in the Senate and 419-3 in the House) against any business that is declared to have “knowingly provided goods or services … for construction, modernisation, or repair of Russia’s energy export pipelines.” ... Continue Reading →

Venezuela: Seven Dead in 48-Hour Opposition Strike as UN Calls to Respect the ANC Vote

By Lucas Koerner Global Research, July 31, 2017 29 July 2017 The United Nations made a call Friday for Venezuela’s National Constituent Assembly (ANC) elections to be respected following two days of violent unrest that claimed seven lives across the South American country. “The wishes of the Venezuelan people to participate or not in this election... Continue Reading →

Brexit: Can the New Political Low in the UK be Matched by the Moral One

By Jean Périer Global Research, July 31, 2017 New Eastern Outlook 29 July 2017 A year on from the Brexit referendum Britain feels like it is in shambles. It’s been noted that the extensive and outright visible damage has been done to its domestic politics, as the Conservative Party has been in turmoil for a while now.... Continue Reading →

Endangered Species: The Beauty of the Snow Leopard Can be Lost Forever

By Marianne de Nazareth Global Research, July 31, 2017 Countercurrents 28 July 2017 It’s a beautiful sight in it’s natural habitat , but the snow leopard (Panthera uncia) a large cat native to the mountain ranges of Central and South Asia is endangered. It is listed as endangered on the IUCN Red List of threatened species, because, as of 2003, the size... Continue Reading →

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