Italian Elections: Neoliberal failure and anti-immigrant rhetoric
In this uncertain context the anti-immigrant rhetoric is used to draw attention away from the real problems. History has shown that fascism is always around the corner to save capitalism. […]
Regime Change Strategy Fails: Is a Military Invasion of Venezuela Next?
Speaking at his alma mater, the University of Texas, on February 1, Secretary of State Tillerson suggested a potential military coup in Venezuela. Tillerson then visited allied Latin American countries urging regime […]
Did the CIA Sabotage Russia at the Olympics?
There is something very fishy about the Anti Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs) pinned on the Russian curler and Russian bobsledder during the final week of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. […]
Baldwin and Marx – Same Struggle?
Or a few impolite thoughts on The Young Karl Marx, by the director of that film and I Am Not Your Negro. Any education is fundamentally compromised, if it […]
U.S. threatens coup against Venezuela
Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro has affirmed his people’s determination to reject the U.S. imperialist attempt to overthrow his elected government. On Feb. 7, Maduro said that Venezuela would go […]
Independent Journalist Corner: A Conversation Andre Vltchek
“Those who claim to be objective, like the BBC or The New York Times, are actually the most professional propagandists for the Western Empire.” This week I spoke with […]
Western howls of outrage over the Ghouta siege ring hollow – we aren’t likely to do anything to save civilians
How can we complain when we will not ourselves deal with the armed Islamist opposition to Assad (I am not at this point talking about Isis) or try to arrange our […]
“This could be heaven for everyone”
“This could be heaven for everyone This world could be fed, this world could be fun.” Queen In Belgium, national wealth has reached unprecedented heights. Today, per capita, we […]
The false dream of Europe threatens the left
Those trying to force Corbyn to change his position on Brexit are paving the way for disaster, argues Lindsey German. The EU referendum, the debate that accompanied it and […]
Lebanon – Should it be Devil, Deep Blue Sea… or Russia?
Lebanon, as so often in the past, is facing mortal danger. Saudi Arabia is putting great pressure on the Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri, a powerful but controversial figure […]
Americans have a remarkable tolerance for child slaughter, especially the mass murders of the children of others. This emotional indifference manifested itself vividly after the disclosure of the My Lai […]
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- 18 Feb 2018
A Paranoid America Is Greatly Exaggerating Russian Power
Russia stealing an American election? Russia as the great threat? This is the language of paranoia. Russian hackers might have had an impact on the 2016 US election. Putin might […]
Venezuela: Dialogue Ends as Presidential Elections Begin
Government spokesman Jorge Rodriguez said that, on the eve of the scheduled signing, the opposition received a phone call from Colombia and decided to withdraw from the dialogue. In […]
U.S. Policy towards the Cuban Revolution: The History of the Working Groups
The Presidential Memorandum signed by the White House’s occupant Donald Trump on June 17, directed Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to organize a working group “to examine the technological challenges and […]
75 Years Ago, the Battle of Stalingrad
To win the war planned by Hitler, Germany, a highly industrialized country but lacking colonies and therefore woefully short of strategic raw materials, had to win it fast, before Germany’s […]