US Pads Defense Industry Profits By Arming Both Sides In Conflict May 27, 2016
Why risk being on the losing end of a conflict, when you can hedge your bets and maximize profits by supplying both sides?
Shocking Brazil Leaks Prompt Panic In Fraud-Riddled Coup Govt
Three leaked conversations crashed onto Brazil's political scene this week, raising concerns more damning evidence behind Rousseff's ouster is yet to come.
State Dept. Concerned Over Direction Of New Israeli Government
State Dept Concerned by Number of Coalition Members Against Two-State Solution.
Former Greek Finanance Minister Talks Privatization, Human Rights & Capitalism
Is capitalism reformable?
The Truth About Syria: A Manufactured War Against An Independent Country
The people of the world should ask Western leaders and their allies: Why are you prolonging this war? Why do you continue funding and enabling the terrorists? Isn’t five years of civil war enough? Is overthrowing the Syrian government really worth so much suffering and death?
Standing Up To Multinational Big-Ag: Nepal, Monsanto, & USAID
Without constant vigilance and activism by advocates for food security and food sovereignty in Nepal, the threat Monsanto and other corporations like it, will continuously loom.
UK Sells Arms To Half The Countries On Its List Of Human Rights Abusers
Despite horrific human rights records, the “countries of concern” benefiting from support from the British war machine are plentiful.
Watchdog: Over 400 Civilians Killed In US Airstrikes On Syria
111 of the victims were children under the age of 18, and at least 70 were women.
African Ambassadors Feel Unsafe In Israel, Citing Widespread Racial Discrimination
Senior diplomats for Angola, Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Ethiopia and the Ivory Coast told the Israeli officials that they are afraid of walking down the street for fear of being insulted by Israelis.
Tony Blair Admits Ignorance Of Mid East; Immediately Calls For New War
The former prime minister acknowledged invading nations had underestimated the "forces of destabilization" that would emerge in Iraq after the toppling of dictator Saddam Hussein. Blair said Tuesday that the Islamic State group forces will be defeated only with a ground war involving Western troops.