The Bogus ‘Humanitarian’ War on Serbia
NATO’s war on Serbia in 1999 was the template for other “humanitarian” wars – in Iraq, Libya and now Syria – but it wasn’t “news” when the Serbian leader was cleared, […]
Syria War Diary: What Life Is Like Under ‘Moderate’ Rebel Rule
Since the liberation of Aleppo, and the restoring of peace to Madaya and al-Waer, most Western media have gone silent on the areas, even though it is now possible to […]
Syria and Lebanon defeating the ISIS terrorists
Whatever the West may think, and no matter what the Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri may say publicly, the Lebanese army, in clear coordination with Hezbollah (which is outlawed in […]
Hezbollah and Syrian Army finishing off terrorists from al-Nusra
It came unexpectedly, rapidly and with great force: on 21 July 2016, Hezbollah in Lebanon and the Syrian army from their side, in unison, attacked positions of the malevolent terrorist […]
America Depends on the Kurds to Fight Against ISIS in Syria, But Will the U.S. Repay the Favor After the War?
History shows that once their utility has been exhausted, they will be tossed in the scrap heap. Ilham Ehmed, the co-president of the Syrian Democratic Council, sat down with […]
Russia: a target, not a superpower
The corporate media’s constant use of Cold War terminology to describe the meeting of the U.S. and Russian presidents as a meeting of the “two superpowers” masks the present relationship […]
The Thin Red Line, Seymour Hersh, confession and journalism as political warfare
The task of the “thin red line” is to control the range of questions and assure that everyone learns the right answers… When I was a young boy completing […]
Civil war in Venezuela?
The wars of the XXI Century exhibit the particularity of seeming similar to mobilizations for civil rights. The long experience of the Pentagon in interventions and disciplinary policies on all […]