Former NATO Military Analyst Blows the Whistle on West’s Ukraine Invasion Narrative

by Jacques Baud, published on Scheerpost, April 9, 2022      (Initially published on the French Intelligence Research Center  in French) PART ONE: ON THE ROAD TO WAR For years, from Mali to Afghanistan, I worked for peace and risked my life for it. It is therefore not a question of justifying the war, but of understanding what led us to it. I[…]

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Eleven Years Ago: US-NATO Invasion of Libya and Its Consequences

by Shane Quinn, published on Global Research, March 19, 2022 Eleven years ago, on 19 March 2011, the United States and its military arm NATO unleashed a sustained bombardment against Libya, where Colonel Muammar Gaddafi had been in charge for over four decades. Gaddafi would be killed in brutal fashion seven months later, while Libya descended into chaos as warring[…]

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The Hypocrisy of the ‘Diplomatic Boycott’ of the 2022 Beijing Olympics

by Charles Xu, from Globetrotter, February 2, 2022 Which human rights matter enough to put politics above sports? For decades, the United States and its European allies have gotten to decide the answer at their convenience. On February 4, the 2022 Winter Olympics are set to open in Beijing. With this, the Chinese capital will become the first city to[…]

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How Not to Celebrate Juneteenth

by Margaret Kimberley, published on Black Agenda Report, June 16, 2021 An interesting history lesson from the author of Prejudential: Black America and the Presidents.  [jb] Juneteenth has become the latest iteration of liberal capture of Black politics, opportunistic virtue signaling, and the intentional misrepresentation of America’s history. “An opportunity to discuss resistance against oppression has been turned into a[…]

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Finishing the Unfinished Revolution — from Reconstruction to Black Lives Matter

by Larry Holmes, published on Workers World, June 22, 2020 The following is a slightly edited talk given June 19 by Larry Holmes, Workers World Party First Secretary, during the WWP webinar on “Juneteenth and the Black Lives Matter Rebellion.” This Juneteenth is probably going to be one of the biggest Juneteenths in a long, long time.  That’s because of[…]

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Keeping The World Poor: The Monopolistic Agenda Behind Regime Change Chaos

by Caleb Maupin, Published on New Eastern Outlook, September 2018 Prior to 2011, Syria was a prosperous Middle Eastern country. The Baathist government had taken tremendous steps to improve the lives of Syria’s people. Between 1970 and 2009, the life expectancy for Syrians increased by 17 years, and the infant mortality rate was reduced exponentially. According to the US Library[…]

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Was Patrice Lumumba’s Assassination the Most Important of the Last Century?

by Maurice Carney, first published on TRTWorld, August 6, 2018 The assassination was a disaster not only for the Democratic Republic of Congo, but for the entire African continent. More than half a century later, its shockwaves still reverberate. The assassination of Congo’s first democratically elected prime minister, Patrice Emery Lumumba on January 17, 1961 has been famously termed “the[…]

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