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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Have You Been Lied to About Xinjiang, Human Rights − and China?

This Statement was issued by the International Action Center; the report is available in PDF. Claiming that it is acting in defense of human rights, the U.S. tries to cover its own criminal record on internal human rights violations and its record of endless wars, assassinations, coups and devastating sanctions by making charges and targeting other countries. Propaganda fuels U.S.[…]

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Western Powers Are Using Aid as a Cover to Keep a Terrorist-ruled Syrian Region Afloat

by Kevin Karp, published by  Global Research, June 17, 2021 With July 10 approaching, we can look at this as a pivotal event in the Syrian War.  Either the UN Security Council will allow the crossing/s and militants occupying parts of Syria will be reinforced or the crossings will not be allowed and Syrian Sovereignty over Syrian territories will be[…]

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US Terror Syndicate

by Finian Cunningham, published on Information Clearing House, September 9, 2019 A recent investigation has uncovered explosive evidence that the US is supplying weapons to terror groups in Syria, Iraq and Yemen. The finding blows the lid sky-high on Washington’s much-vaunted claims of “fighting terrorism”. Bulgarian journalist Dilyana Gaytandzhieva and her Arms Watch website have uncovered perhaps some of the[…]

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Canadian Woman Continues to Fight to Obtain a Passport

Editor’s note: Interesting story.  Beyond from the abuse of Ms. Boudreau’s civil rights, the story raises an interesting question regarding the intentions of the Canadian government which facilitated the young man’s journey to join a terrorist organization in Syria, and now undermines his mother’s efforts to stop other young men from following the same path.   This from a country that[…]

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Is Trump Letting Al-Qaeda Sympathizers Survive in Syria?

Image: Al Qaeda Graduation Day in Idlib by Scott Ritter, Published on Information Clearing House, September 27, 2018 On September 13, 2018, two days after the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard addressed her colleagues from the floor of the House of Representatives. “Two days ago, President Trump and Vice President Pence delivered solemn speeches about the[…]

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Warning sign to Anti-War Movement: Behind Assassination of Donetsk Leader

Image: Alexander Zakharchenko (center) during the battle of Debaltsevo in Feb. 2015. By Greg Butterfield, published on Workers World, September 3, 2018 Alexander Zakharchenko, prime minister of the anti-fascist Donetsk People’s Republic, was assassinated on Aug. 31 when an explosion ripped through the Separ restaurant in the capital city of Donetsk. Zakharchenko’s bodyguard, Vyacheslav Dotsenko, was also killed. Twelve other[…]

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Washington and Riyadh’s Terror Enterprise

by Tony Cartalucci, previously published on New Eastern Outlook and Global Research For decades the United States and its NATO allies have helped Saudi Arabia export methods of political indoctrination known as Wahhabism to radicalize individuals and swell the ranks of mercenary forces used to wage proxy wars abroad and manipulate Western populations at home. What began as a means[…]

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