Sami Al-Arian: Deported, Free at Last

Sami Al-Arian: Deported, Free at Last by Stephen Lendman South Florida University Professor Sami Al-Arian was one of thousands of US political prisoners. Outrageously treated. Hounded for years for his faith, ethnicity, political activism and support for Palestinian rights. On February 20, 2003, he was arrested and imprisoned.  Falsely accused of backing organizations fronting for... Continue Reading →

Munich’s March to War with Russia

Munich's March to War with Russia by Stephen Lendman This year's Munich Security Conference features a shocking but unsurprising drumbeat of anti-Russian hate-mongering. RT International called proceedings a Russian "hate fest." An outrageous display of US-led Western cynicism, Russia-bashing, and Big Lies heading things toward East/West confrontation. Vice President Joe Biden shames the office he... Continue Reading →

Failed Ukraine Peace Talks

Failed Ukraine Peace Talks by Stephen Lendman Call it preordained. It didn't surprise despite typical diplomatic rhetoric following Friday's Moscow talks. More on this below. Washington's dirty hands operate everywhere overtly and covertly. Failure was manipulated behind the scenes. Obama wants war, not peace. He wants Donbas democracy crushed. Hardline fascist rule throughout Ukraine. All... Continue Reading →

Kiev’s Junta: Talking Peace, Waging War

Kiev's Junta: Talking Peace, Waging War by Stephen Lendman It bears repeating what other articles explained. Ukraine is Washington's newest colony. US-installed putschists run things.  Waging war on their own citizens as Pentagon proxies. Despite over two-thirds of Ukrainians wanting peace. The vast majority of Donbas residents want fighting ended. Dirty war without mercy rages.... Continue Reading →

Monsanto’s Land Grab in Ukraine

Monsanto's Land Grab in Ukraine by Stephen Lendman Long considered Europe's "bread basket," Ukraine's agricultural potential is huge. It's rich dark soil is highly valued. Ideal for growing grain. Farmland producing it matches Texas in size. Amounts to about one-third of Europe's arable land.  Ukraine exports include wheat, corn, barley, vegetables, sugar beets, sunflower seeds,... Continue Reading →

Israeli Gaza War Crimes Investigation

Israeli Gaza War Crimes Investigation by Stephen Lendman Last August, Human Rights Council (HRC) President Baudelaire Ndong Ella announced the formation of an "independent, international commission of inquiry" into war crimes committed during Israel's Operation Protective Edge (OPE). International human rights law expert Professor William Schabas was appointed to chair a three-person panel. His special... Continue Reading →

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