Syrian Forces Winning the Strategically Important Battle of Alleppo

Syrian Forces Winning the Strategically Important Battle of Aleppo by Stephen Lendman Winning the battle of Aleppo (Syria’s commercial hub before Obama launched naked aggression in 2011) is key to controlling the country’s northwest along with strategic areas bordering Turkey - severing key supply routes, providing ISIS and other terrorist groups with weapons, munitions and... Continue Reading →

Poll Shows Sanders and Clinton Nearly Tied Nationwide

Poll Shows Sanders and Clinton Nearly Tied Nationwide by Stephen Lendman Clinton is a Wall Street favorite. War profiteers love her. Dirty deep-pocketed corporate money funds her campaign. Binding strings are attached, donors expecting and getting multifold benefits for every dollar contributed, investments earning surefire huge returns. Corporate America shuns Sanders. His support is largely... Continue Reading →

Something Rotten in Iowa

Something Rotten in Iowa by Stephen Lendman When establishment candidate A defeats upstart candidate B by six coin toss wins, a 1.6% likelihood or virtual impossibility, red lights flash fraud. A February 5 Des Moines Register editorial highlighted it, saying “the world is laughing at Iowa. Late-night comedians and social media mavens are having a... Continue Reading →

Russian Rules of Engagement in Syria

Russian Rules of Engagement in Syria by Stephen Lendman Russia’s intervention last year changed the dynamic on the ground. It holds key trump cards, waging real war on terrorism effectively. It determined rules of engagement - turning the tide in a protracted conflict government forces were losing, now with the upper hand. Fort Russ quoted... Continue Reading →

Obama’s War on Syria: A Potential Catastrophic Flashpoint

Obama’s War on Syria: A Potential Catastrophic Flashpoint  by Stephen Lendman America’s rage for unchallenged global dominance risks the unthinkable. Bipartisan neocons infesting Washington let nothing interfere with their reckless agenda - pure evil by any standard, risking humanity’s survival. Democrat Hillary Clinton is as ruthless, dangerous and over-the-top as the most extremist Republican, a... Continue Reading →

Wall Street Journal Russia Bashing

Wall Street Journal Russia Bashing by Stephen Lendman Journal opinion pages represent US peudo-journalism’s far-right - in the forefront of anti-Russian hostility, relentlessly bashing Putin irresponsibly, supporting US-led Western high crimes. On February 3, its editors headlined “A NATO Message for Mr. Putin,” repeating the same tired old Big Lies about nonexistent “Russian aggression…little green... Continue Reading →

Erdogan in Ecuador

Erdogan in Ecuador by Stephen Lendman Why he was invited, Ecuadorian authorities will have to explain - a tyrannical leader enforcing police state harshness, supporting ISIS and other terrorist groups, waging war on his own Kurdish people, murdering them in cold blood. An international arrest warrant should greet him wherever he shows up, a menace... Continue Reading →

Super Bowl 50 to Resemble a War Zone

Super Bowl 50 to Resemble a War Zone by Stephen Lendman Anyone who’s watched football games, especially NFL ones the way they’re played today, close to the action, understands their extreme violence, what television doesn’t show - or discuss longterm physical damage to many players. Some end up with permanent disabling injuries. Traumatic head ones... Continue Reading →

Collapse of Farcical Syrian Peace Talks: It’s Russia’s Fault

Collapse of Farcical Syrian Peace Talks: It’s Russia’s Fault by Stephen Lendman Russia’s devastatingly effective aerial campaign, aiding Syrian ground forces retake earlier lost territory, jeopardizes Washington’s regional imperial project - its ability to achieve longterm objectives considerably weakened.  Farcical Syrian peace talks collapsed. Opposition groups dominated by terrorists committed to the nation’s destruction won’t... Continue Reading →

Saudi Arabian Troops Heading to Syria?

Saudi Arabian Troops Headed to Syria? by Stephen Lendman Syria’s conflict is getting increasingly dicey. Farcical peace talks collapsed. Resuming them is doubtful. Chances for diplomatic resolution are nil.  Russia’s aerial campaign aiding Syrian ground forces continues unrelenting, Putin committed to combating all terrorist groups until defeating or reducing them to a shadow of their... Continue Reading →

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