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Stephen Lendman "Mike Pence And Not Trump. May Have Been The Elite Choice For President All Along."

Katherine Frisk note: The Jesuits always cover themselves. Joe Biden is a Jesuit. Hillary Clinton’s choice for VP Kaine, is a Jesuit. Mike Pence is a Jesuit. 204 more words


PFLP Leadership on Mass Palestinian Hunger Strike

by Stephen Lendman

Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) leader Ahmad Saadat is one of hundreds of Palestinian political prisoners hunger striking for justice. 1,244 more words


By Stephen Lendman

Clobal Research, May 12, 2017

Clearly what happened was a false flag, wrongfully blamed on Damascus.

But did any attack occur, perhaps a fake incident instead, creating the appearance of a CW attack, not a real one, giving Washington a pretext to strike Syria’s Shayrat airbase?

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Current Affairs

Memorandum Creating De-Escalation Zones in Syria

By Stephen Lendman

May 06, 2017 “Information Clearing House” –   The agreement reached by Russia, Iran and Turkey, created four de-escalation zones effective May 5, prohibiting ground and aerial operations by all parties. 1,027 more words


Trump Invades Somalia

Bookmakers must be wondering how many wars he’ll wage during his tenure.

He continues Bush/Cheney/Obama wars, escalated them in Syria, Iraq and Yemen, likely intends more combat troops for Afghanistan, threatens nuclear war on the Korean peninsula, and targets Somalia for the first time since US forces were withdrawn in 1994. 227 more words


Irreconcilable East -West Differences

Russia and America are geopolitical opposites. Irreconcilable differences separate them.

Good faith isn’t a US tradition. Whether Republicans or Democrats are in charge, negotiating with America diplomatically achieves nothing. 484 more words


US War Strategy: Destroy, Partition, Occupy and Control

Since the 1990s rape of Yugoslavia, US wars were waged to replace independent governments with pro-Western puppet ones.

Strategy involves destroying, partitioning, occupying and controlling one country after another.  654 more words