Departing NATO Commander Hypes Nonexistent Russian Threat

Departing NATO Commander Hypes Nonexistent Russian Threat by Stephen Lendman Thousands more US-led NATO forces are being provocatively deployed near Russia’s borders. Interviewed by Sweden’s Dagens Nyheter broadsheet, Sergey Lavrov accused NATO of “inching closer and closer to Russia’s borders. But when Russia takes action to ensure its security, we are told that Russia is... Continue Reading →

Cruz/Sanders Campaigns on Life Support

Cruz/Sanders Campaigns on Life Support by Stephen Lendman Trump and Clinton are their parties’ presumptive nominees, too far ahead to be overtaken. Polls show them leading in most remaining primaries. Ahead of Tuesday’s Indiana contest, a new NBC/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll shows Trump way ahead of his rivals. Asked on Fox News Sunday if winning... Continue Reading →

Iraq in Turmoil

Iraq in Turmoil by Stephen Lendman Public anger over unchecked corruption while popular needs go begging may be the undoing of Washington’s puppet regime. On Saturday, thousands breached the heavily fortified Green Zone. Hundreds entered parliament. Protesters want revolutionary change, current ministers replaced with new ones, no action so far taken. One protester likely spoke... Continue Reading →

US-Supported Terrorist Atrocities in Syria

US-Supported Terrorist Atrocities in Syria by Stephen Lendman They’re committed daily in various parts of Syria, especially in northern areas near Turkey’s border and suburban Damascus. Scoundrel media headlines scream Russian and Syrian airstrikes continuing during (fantasy) cessation of hostilities  and (farcical) peace talks - on life support, breathing hard, effectively dead. The London-based, Syrian... Continue Reading →

Remembering Daniel Berrigan

Remembering Daniel Berrigan by Stephen Lendman On April 30, famed Jesuit priest, poet, anti-war activist Daniel Joseph Berrigan died days short of his 95th birthday. He taught theology at the Jesuit Brooklyn Preparatory School. Later was Professor of New Testament studies at Le Moyne College, taught theology at Cornell and Fordham universities. Best known for... Continue Reading →

Sunday is May Day

Sunday Is May Day by Stephen Lendman Labor and social justice advocates commemorate International Workers Day on May 1 - called May Day, more symbolic than meaningful. Since the 1880s in America and Canada, Labor Day is a national holiday on the first Monday in September. It once had meaning, now pointless in nations beholden... Continue Reading →

Vote None of the Above in November

Vote None of the Above in November by Stephen Lendman US elections are farcical, democracy pure illusion, voters deceived every time. Names and faces alone change. Deplorable policies remain in place. Democrat and Republican nomination races are virtually over except for postmortems - Clinton and Trump too far ahead to be overtaken. Polls show they’re... Continue Reading →

America’s Rape of Iraq

America’s Rape of Iraq by Stephen Lendman Complicit with Israel, America’s plan to redraw the Middle East map bears full responsibility for raping and destroying Iraq. From September 1980 to the present, Presidents Carter, Reagan, Bush I, Clinton, Bush II and Obama committed the highest of high crimes against peace.  Millions of Iraqis perished from... Continue Reading →

Palestinians Protecting Islam’s Third Holiest Site Risk Imprisonment

Palestinians Protecting Islam’s Third Holiest Site Risk Imprisonment by Stephen Lendman Israel kidnaps and brutalizes Palestinians for any reason or none at all. Multiple community intrusions occur daily - families terrorized, children traumatized.  On April 14, the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society (PPS) said soldiers abducted 16 Palestinians, aged 45 - 70, after violently raiding their homes... Continue Reading →

Pentagon Whitewashes Mass Murder

Pentagon Whitewashes Mass Murder by Stephen Lendman America considers civilians legitimate targets in all its wars of aggression. Fundamental laws of war prohibit attacking them - ignored in all US combat operations. CENTCOM lied, calling its October 3, 2015 bombing of the Kunduz, Afghanistan Doctors Without Borders (MSF) hospital a “tragic incident.” It turned truth... Continue Reading →

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