Tag Archives: middle east

U.S. $350 Billion arms-sale to Saudis cements U.S.-Jihadist alliance

By Eric Zuesse | Strategic Culture Good news for Saudi could be bad news for Syria. On Saturday, May 20th, U.S. President Donald Trump and the Saud family inked an all-time record-high $350 billion ten-year arms-deal that not only will cement-in the Saud family’s position as the world’s largest foreign purchasers of U.S.-produced weaponry, but […]

German Soldier Busted Posing as Refugee to Stage False Flag Terror

Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. In this week’s episode: Story #1: Russia’s Mir Payment Cards To Give Visa, MasterCard a Run For Their Money http://bit.ly/2p8aMFa China and Russia Creating Alternate Banking […]

For the Balkans, Trump is No Different Than Obama

By Wayne Madsen | Strategic Culture To have taken U.S. President Donald Trump’s campaign promises seriously, one would have believed that the United States would cease its constant attempts to replace governments it does not like with compliant regimes through the counter-democratic process of provoking «themed» or «color» revolutions. As global interventionists and neo-conservatives continue […]

Has the Globalist Establishment Defeated the Populist-Nationalist Revolt?

By James George Jatra | Strategic Culture Last year, when the people of the United Kingdom voted in favor of leaving the European Union, the Establishment in Europe and the United States was stunned. All the polls had predicted a win for the Remain camp. Everyone who counted, including Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, made […]

Trump Now a Captive of the Deep State

By Paul Craig Roberts | Institute for Political Economy When the gullible and insouciant American public and the presstitutes who participate in the deceptions permitted the Deep State to get away with the fairy tale that a few Saudi Arabians under the direction of Osama bin Laden, but without the support of any government or […]

Why Not a Probe of “Israel-Gate”? Israeli Meddling…

Haha, imagine that happening…~TS By Robert Parry | Consortiumnews via Global Research The other day, I asked a longtime Democratic Party insider who is working on the Russia-gate investigation which country interfered more in U.S. politics, Russia or Israel. Without a moment’s hesitation, he replied, “Israel, of course.” Which underscores my concern about the hysteria […]

NATO’s Emerging Outsourced Eastern Flank

By Wayne Madsen | Strategic Culture A series of moves by NATO’s Istanbul Cooperation Initiative (ICI) partner, the United Arab Emirates, has many observers in the Indian Ocean littoral nations wondering out loud whether the «North Atlantic» military pact is moving into the Indian Ocean and Arabian Peninsula, courtesy of an «outsourcing» deal with the […]

The Anti-Racist Racists – A Message From Sweden – David Icke

The Anti Racist Racists – A Message From Sweden – The David Icke Dot Connector Videocast

The Zero Evidence World of US Criminal Misleaders

By Makia Freeman | The Freedom Articles Zero evidenc is required for the global bully, the US military, to do what it wants, when it wants, to whomever it wants. US political and military leaders (or as I prefer to call them, political and military misleaders) have one law – we do whatever the f*ck we want […]

Syria “Bus Bombing” Conducted By Western Backed Terrorists, Not Syrian Government; No Red Lines?

By Brandon Turbeville | Activist Post Days after pushing the patience of the world with its missile attack on the al-Sha’aryat airbase, America’s puppet troops committed yet another atrocity that is provoking international attention. While the justification provided by the United States missile attack was a highly questionable gas attack (which all the evidence points […]

NATO’s Weapon of Choice-Transatlantic Banking Powers

Newsbud presents and welcomes the newest addition, Pye Ian, to its team. Mr. Ian is an independent economic researcher and analyst with undergraduate degrees in economics and political science from the University of California and a Master’s degree in finance from Cambridge University. In this exclusive interview with Sibel Edmonds Pye Ian discusses his latest […]

The True Cost of Israel

By Philip Giraldi | The American Conservative The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) concluded its annual conference late last month, triggering the usual debate in various alternative media outlets. Why does so much U.S. taxpayer money go to a small and not particularly useful client state that has a vibrant European-level economy and is […]

No, Trump Didn’t Make a Brilliant Machiavellian 4D Chess Move

By Red Ice TV Angelo John Gage joins us for a short discussion disputing the idea that Trump’s Syria missile strike was a brilliant Machiavellian chess move.

The False Flag Chemical Attack

The Pentagon released this map hours after 59 tomahawk missiles were unleashed on the Syrian air base where the chemical weapon plane originated from. Now officials are taking it one step further, as they look into whether the Russians may have played a part in the chemical attack. The Boston Globe reports “On Friday, senior […]

Dr. Ron Paul’s diagnosis of America’s sick foreign policy

By Adam Garrie | The Duran Unlike others he examined the China angle. Long time anti-war former US Congressman Dr. Ron Paul, has spoken of his dismay at Donald Trump’s war on Syria. Calling it a ‘victory for neo-cons’, Paul explained the similarities and differences between yesterday’s attack and a false flag incident in Syria […]

Washington Has Crossed Russia’s Red Line

By Paul Craig Roberts | Institute for Political Economy Washington’s military attack on Syria is unambigiously a war crime. It occurred without any UN authorization or even the fake cover of a “coalition of the willing.” Washington’s attack on Syria occurred in advance of an investigation of the alleged event that Washington is trying to […]

Steve Pieczenik: Cruise Missile Strikes Were A Statement to China

I have my doubts. I like the below comment from youtube..~TS What was the purpose of Donald Trump striking a Syrian airbase? Was it to send a strong message to Chinese President Xi?

5 ways the Middle East has been radically changed since 1990

By Adam Garrie | The Duran What was once unthinkable has become reality. The geo-political structure of the Middle East has changed almost diametrically since 1990. It is no coincidence that it was in 1990 when the Gulf War inaugurated decades of direct western Meddling in the region that had been mostly limited to indirect […]

From Nuisance to Threat: The High Cost of Truth

By Paul Craig Roberts | Institute for Political Economy When one gives so much scarce time and energy from one’s life to a large and unknown public, one needs to know that it is sufficiently appreciated to be a worthwhile use of one’s time and energy. This is especially the case when there are large […]

Fracturing of Diplomatic Relations Sets World on Dangerous Path

By Wayne Madsen | Strategic Culture With the collapse of post-World War II international contrivances of political control has come an unprecedented fracturing of diplomatic relations between nations. In the world, today, there are, give or take, 207 sovereign entities that have an ability to enter into formal diplomatic relations. In recent years, several nations […]