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“Think tanks” and mass media are making war more likely

It’s easier to say what one of the major causes of the war will be: the failure by many Americans — notably politicians, journalists, think tankers, and other elites — to employ a specific mental power that we’re all capable of employing.

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Shahnameh: The Vengeance of Kai Khosrau

The Vengeance of Kai Khosrau

Dire was the wailing among the army of Iran at their sore defeat, and they turned them back discomfited. And they came before the Shah, their hearts torn with anguish. 2,930 more words


As Trump Reshuffles His Team, Fears Grow About America’s Unpredictability

By Philip Giraldi

Global Research, March 16, 2018

The firing of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and his replacement byMike Pompeo surprised no one in Washington as rumors to that effect have been circulating for more than six months. 794 more words


Iran’s genuine Nowruz(Persian New Year) is on its way.

Maryam Rajavi: The protest movement has not stopped. Waves of protests follow one another. This is how people rise up and create their genuine feast of freedom. 365 more words


Resisting Trump's Enablers: Racists, Xenophobes, Nativists

03.18.2018 ________________________________________ 

Twice, a friend of mine has asked me to write about why I write. “What impels you,” he asks, “in the face of all the hateful responses you get, to write challenging columns that often seem ‘foreign,’  that often make us uncomfortable?” 857 more words


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