Right-Wing Hardliner Quits GOP

Right-Wing Hardliner Quits GOP by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org - Home - Stephen Lendman) On July 4, hard-right former House Freedom Caucus member (formerly the Tea Party Caucus he co-founded) Rep. Justin Amash left the GOP, explaining why in a Wapo op-ed, saying: “The Republican Party, I believed, stood for limited government, economic freedom and individual... Continue Reading →

JCPOA Built on Mutual Distrust

JCPOA Built on Mutual Distrust by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org - Home - Stephen Lendman) Iran has 40 years of reasons to mistrust the West, especially hegemonic USA — its aggression against sovereign states threatening no one well documented.  Its bipartisan hardliners are hell-bent for toppling Iran’s government, wanting the country returned to US client state... Continue Reading →

North Korea Slams US Hostility

North Korea Slams US Hostility by Stephen Lendman Last week, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and Trump met at the DMZ separating both Koreas. DJT became the first sitting US president to set foot on North Korean territory, a symbolic gesture only while unacceptably hardline US policies against the country remain unchanged. Following their meeting,... Continue Reading →

Iran’s Aggressiveness, Illegally Evading Sanctions?

Iran’s Aggressiveness, Illegally Evading Sanctions? by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org - Home - Stephen Lendman) On Tuesday, Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif tweeted the following: “Iran is committed to the full implementation of the #JCPOA: as long as E3 (UK, France and Germany)/EU implement THEIR economic commitments.” “#So moving forward, Iran will comply with its commitments under... Continue Reading →

Russia Considers Iran an Ally

Russia Considers Iran an Ally by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org - Home - Stephen Lendman) In support of its Iranian ally, Russia “stands in full solidarity with (its) people (and) government.”  The Kremlin opposes hostile actions against the country, wants US war prevented, and continues working to restore peace and stability to Syria by eliminating the... Continue Reading →

Pause in the Sino/US Storm

Pause in the Sino/US Storm by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org - Home - Stephen Lendman) Longstanding US plans call for transforming China, Russia, and all other nations it doesn’t control into vassal states, gaining control over their resources and populations. That’s what US imperialism is all about, normal relations with these nations not sought or attainable... Continue Reading →

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