New Cold War is Built on Interventionist Humanitarian Lies and Dismissal of War Crimes

by Danny Haiphong, published on Black Agenda Report, March 17, 2021 To manufacture consent for its own constant aggressions the US claims its competitors are guilty of even greater crimes – sheer inventions that never happened. “Humanitarian interventionist lies represent the most dangerous form of misinformation currently fueling the U.S.’s New Cold War.” A revolutionary’s first commitment is to the[…]

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The Negative Repercussions of “Sanctions”

by Pasqualina Curcio published on Resumen English, on February 1, 2021, from Caracas At the invitation of President Nicolás Maduro, Dr. Alena Douhan will visit our nation. Dr. Douhan is the Special Rapporteur of the UN Human Rights Commission covering the negative impact that unilateral coercive measures has on the enjoyment of human rights. She is coming to gather information[…]

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Guaido Accused of Blocking Vaccines as Venezuela Sends COVID-19 Aid to Brazil

by Paul Dobson, published on Venezuelanalysis, January 18, 2021 Mérida, January 18, 2021 – Venezuela’s self-declared “Interim President” Juan Guaido has allegedly refused to use funds under his control to purchase additional Covid-19 vaccines for the country. According to documents seen by Reuters, Guaido’s team turned down overtures from the Venezuelan Central Bank (BCV) to free up US $120 million[…]

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The dark side of the Kurdish militias revealed in Qamisli stand-off

by Steven Sahiounie, published on Mideast Discourse, January 27, 2021 Occasionally it is good to look at the near view of the consequences of US aggression. This is interesting because the Syrian government and SAA have gone out of their way to avoid antagonizing the Kurds despite their connection with the US. The Syrian Government rejects Kurdish autonomy within Syria,[…]

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Stop the War on Yemen

A really interesting and informative discussion of the hybrid war against Yemen and what you can do about it from our friends in Chicago. Well worth your time to watch. The US not only provides all kinds of military assistance to the Saudis but is allied with al Qaeda in Yemen. The US is in this war and contributing to[…]

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Venezuela Wins Simply by Holding an Election

by Carlos Ron and Vijay Prashad, published on Resumen, December 2, 2020 On December 6, the Venezuelan people will vote for a new National Assembly. Ordinarily, there is nothing unusual about this, nor would this be newsworthy outside Venezuela. Ever since the election of Hugo Chávez to the presidency in 1998, the Venezuelan people have been used to more than[…]

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U.S. Role in Assassination of Iranian Scientist

by Sara Flounders, published on Workers World, November 30, 2020 The targeted assassination of top Iranian physicist and nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh on Nov. 27, and Donald Trump’s immediate approving Tweet, confirm the determination of U.S. and Israeli rulers to sabotage every possible effort for peace or normalization of relations with Iran or the region. The multi-pronged attack involved at[…]

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US Intervenes as Venezuela Prepares for High Stakes Election

by Roger Harris, published on Resumen-English, November 25, 2020 The US finally appointed an ambassador to Venezuela after a decade hiatus and in the runup to the Venezuelan National Assembly elections. The new ambassador, James Story, was confirmed by US Senate voice vote on November 18 with Democrats supporting Trump’s nominee. Ambassador Story took his post in Bogotá, Colombia. No,[…]

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Thailand Protests Are Anti-Chinese, Not “Pro-Democracy”

by Tony Cartalucci, published on New Eastern Outlook, September 29, 2020 Thailand has tilted too close to Beijing for Washington’s liking and as a response, has scheduled Thailand for destabilization and if possible, regime change. Thailand Tilting “Too Close” To China China is Thailand’s largest and most important trading partner, its largest foreign direct investor, and its largest source of[…]

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Stop Meddling in the Internal Affairs of Belarus!

U.S. Peace Council Statement The U.S. Peace Council expresses its solidarity with the people of Belarus whose country is undergoing a campaign of destabilization and interference in their internal affairs by outside forces. USPC calls on all parties to respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of that country. Belarus, a former constituent republic of the USSR, first declared its sovereignty[…]

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