Theresa May Pushing For UK Intervention in Syria Following Manchester Attack By
The UK is ramping up its military preparedness following the deadly Manchester bombing earlier this week. The actions being taken by the country’s government, coupled with sensational media coverage of the attack and the deployment
Recent NYT Hire Describes Arabs And Africans As “Diseased” And “Depraved” By
The New York Times is attempting to “diversify” its pages by hiring Bret Stephens, a writer who has used slurs to denigrate Arabs and Africans in his previous writing. He has also argued in favor of colonialism, despite the negative effect it has had in the past on the
What’s In A Name? U.S. Takes Syria’s Al-Qaeda Off Terror Watchlists By
By changing its name to Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), the Syrian branch of al-Qaeda has managed to secure its removal from the U.S. and Canadian terror watchlists, allowing citizens of those countries to donate money and travel to fight with them.
Chomsky Says Republicans Most Dangerous Group In History – Assange Points To CIA By
While the Republican Party’s denial of climate change may very well be a major threat to humanity – as academic Noam Chomsky believes – it is perhaps more likely that the CIA and its history of assassination and destabilization are the greater terror facing the modern
NSA To Expand Surveillance Of U.S., Foreign Elections Over “Russian Hacker” Fears By
While U.S. authorities are pushing for greater participation by the NSA in supervising elections both at home and abroad, a closer look at recent elections suggests that concerns about hacking or other interference only emerge when the U.S. establishment’s preferred candidate
U.S. Destabilizes Venezuela, Syria To Retain Hegemony In Global Oil, Gas Markets By
The ongoing crises in Syria and Venezuela have been described by mainstream media as the result of failed leadership. In truth, their troubles are the result of U.S.-led regime change efforts masquerading as humanitarian aid to control both nations’ lucrative oil and gas
U.S. Military World’s Largest Polluter – Hundreds Of Bases Gravely Contaminated By
Producing more hazardous waste than the five largest U.S. chemical companies combined, the U.S. Department of Defense has left its toxic legacy throughout the world in the form of depleted uranium, oil, jet fuel, pesticides, defoliants like Agent Orange and lead, among other
The End Of Japan’s Policy Of Pacifism By
Japan has long depended on the U.S. to protect it militarily, as its own armed forces were virtually eliminated in the wake of World War II. But a new push for the end of Japanese pacifism is under way, with the U.S. military-industrial complex set to profit from the expansion
Turkey Backs Russian-Iranian Plan For Syrian Safe Zones – U.S. Responds By Arming Kurds By
The U.S. plans to arm a Kurdish militia in Syria with heavy weaponry, a move likely made to provoke Turkey over its planned establishment of “safe zones” in Syria. The militia has ties to a group that has been previously described by the U.S. and Turkey as a terrorist
Despite Israeli Retaliation, Support For 1,500 Palestinian Hunger Strikers Grows By
Palestinians who are facing degrading treatment in Israeli prisons are continuing a hunger strike they began in April, with Israeli authorities subjecting the strikers to a range of retaliatory punishments. However, support for the strikers is growing internationally.