New Syria Resolution: Better but Still Flawed

New Syria Resolution: Better but Still Flawed by Stephen Lendman Its sponsors include America, Britain, France, Germany, Portugal, Colombia, Turkey, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, UAE, Oman, Lybia, Kuwait, Bahrain, and Togo. Notably, Russia and China aren't included. Nonetheless, Russian UN ambassador Vitaly Churkin said: "We have the text which we shall send to our capital... Continue Reading →

Promoting War, Spurning Peace

Promoting War, Spurning Peace by Stephen Lendman US and Israeli agendas need enemies. Both pursue rogue state policies. They defy international laws and conventions, applying rule of law standards to others, not themselves. Their interests alone matter, no matter the toll on others. When enemies don't exist, they're invented. Fear stirs public angst. Major media... Continue Reading →

Israeli Settlements: An Obstacle to Peace

Israeli Settlements: An Obstacle to Peace by Stephen Lendman Netanyahu's Likud Party platform says the following about Palestinian self-determination: Unilaterally establishing a Palestinian state "will constitute a fundamental and substantive violation of the agreements with the State of Israel and the scuttling of the Oslo and Wye accords. The government will adopt immediate stringent measures... Continue Reading →

Former US Policymakers Promote War on Iran

Former US Policymakers Promote War on Iran by Stephen Lendman In 2007, former Senators Howard Baker, Tom Daschle, Bob Dole, and George Mitchell established their Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) imperial project front group. Among other issues addressed, warmaking's prioritized. Its board of directors include: Norman Augustine, former Lockheed Martin chairman and CEO; General Charles Wald,... Continue Reading →

New York Times-Style Journalism

New York Times-Style Journalism by Stephen Lendman Like other major media scoundrels, New York Times writers, op-ed commentators and editorials fail the test. They're biased, shameless and irresponsible, especially on issues of war and peace. Times tradition dates from 1896 when Ochs-Sulzberger family members took control. Thereafter, it's played the lead print role distorting, censoring,... Continue Reading →

Khader Adnan Mohammad Musa: Israeli Prisoner of Conscience

Khader Adnan Mohammad Musa: Israeli Prisoner of Conscience by Stephen Lendman In 1948, brute force established Israel. In 1967, militarized occupation of one-fifth of former Palestine followed. An entire people suffer. Collective punishment is official policy. So are torture, violence, land theft, apartheid, injustice, and other forms of state-sponsored terror. They include imprisoning Palestinians for... Continue Reading →

University of Ottawa Systemic Racism and Abuse

University of Ottawa Systemic Racism and Abuse by Stephen Lendman On June 3, 2008, former Canadian politician/UN ambassador/pro-Israeli flack Allan Rock became U of O president. His administration's marked by secrecy, political censorship, abuse of students and faculty, and repudiation of fundamental university values. The Canadian Civil Liberties Association reprimanded him for banning an Israeli... Continue Reading →

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