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Back to the Future and Syria...some lessons we must unlearn

I’ll never forget one of the opening scenes in the movie Back to the Future. Doc and Marty have gathered in a mall parking lot to experiment with Doc’s new time machine. 2,766 more words


Seymour Hersh: What Really Led to the Killing of Osama bin Laden

 The following excerpt from The Killing of Osama Bin Laden introduces the reader to dramatically different details than the official narrative disseminated by the White House, Pentagon and CIA    2,675 more words

U.S. Foreign Policy

How Seymour Hersh uncovers the inside story

Seymour Hersh’s writings always remind me of how little I know about what is really going on.

I am better informed as a result of reading his work and watching this video, and you may be, as well. 90 more words

War And Peace

Is Seymour Hersh a sneaky Zionist subversive?

Syrian Free Press

by Jonathan Azaziah, MouqawamahMusic

Seymour Hersh is a sneaky, sneaky Zionist subversive

During the early stages of the hegemonic powers’ criminal invasion of Iraq when the Abu Ghraib scandal arose, Hersh wrote a couple of critically-acclaimed pieces in the New Yorker–a Zionist rag if there ever was one–supposedly “documenting” how all the torture was the fault of two men, the war criminals Donald Rumsfeld and Stephen Cambone. 1,487 more words


Seymour Hersh to Al-Ahed: Syrian Army Winning War, Al-Assad to Stay in Office

Ali Rizk
Renowned investigative journalist Seymour Hersh has told Al-Ahed that the Obama’s administration’s approach towards the conflict in Syria is “nonsense”, as Obama continues to act as if there is a serious chance that Syrian president Bashar al-Assad could be forced out of office. 755 more words


Russia reports that thousands of Chinese troops are to enter ISIS war

The Kremlin have announced that China are to send 5,000 of its most elite military forces into the Levant War Zone to help Russia in the fight against ISIS, which has left the Obama administration and the Pentagon “horrified”. 776 more words