Russia Threatening US Midterm Elections?

Russia Threatening US Midterm Elections? by Stephen Lendman ( - Home - Stephen Lendman) Russophobic Big Lies never die. They don’t even fade away. Media scoundrels complicit with bipartisan neocon extremists keep them alive - most people none the wiser. No evidence suggests the Russian Federation under Putin interfered in any foreign elections - not... Continue Reading →

Saudis Attack Yemeni Wedding Party

Saudis Attack Yemeni Wedding Party by Stephen Lendman ( - Home - Stephen Lendman) Orchestrated and supported by Washington and Britain, Saudi aggression in Yemen is responsible for countless thousands of largely civilian deaths from blockade, terror-bombing, other violence, untreated diseases, and starvation - along with creating the world’s severest humanitarian crisis, young children and... Continue Reading →

Maidan 2.0 in Armenia

Maidan 2.0 in Armenia by Stephen Lendman ( - Home - Stephen Lendman) Serzh Sargsyan served as Armenia’s president for 10 years - from April 9, 2008 to April 9, 2018. Earlier serving twice as prime minister, he was elected to the position this month, winning an overwhelming popular mandate. Six days after taking office,... Continue Reading →

Russophobic G7 Meeting in Toronto

Russophobic G7 Meeting in Toronto by Stephen Lendman ( - Home - Stephen Lendman) Foreign ministers from America, Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and Canada, along with EU political chief Federica Mogherini met for two days of talks in Toronto. Russia, Syria, Iran and North Korea were among topics discussed. US acting Secretary of State... Continue Reading →

False Flags Launch Wars

False Flags Launch Wars by Stephen Lendman ( - Home - Stephen Lendman) They also escalate ongoing conflicts - incidents staged to deceive, one party falsely accused of something conducted by someone else. They’re a longstanding US tradition since at least the mid-19th century. The mother of all 9/11 false flags launched one imperial war... Continue Reading →

Can the Iran Nuclear Deal Be Saved?

Can the Iran Nuclear Deal Be Saved? by Stephen Lendman ( - Home - Stephen Lendman) Trump called it “the worst deal ever negotiated,” a shameful remark, a bald-faced lie, mocking an important diplomatic agreement.  Years of hard talks went into consummating it, despite knowledge of no Iranian intent to develop nuclear weapons, wanting them... Continue Reading →

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