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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Afghanistan, threatens nuclear war on the Korean peninsula, and targets Somalia for the first time since US forces were withdrawn in 1994. 227 more words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


Time to worry, the USA is dumb & arrogant enough to launch a pre-emptive nuclear strike on Russia

Russia Justifiably Fears Possible Preemptive US Nuclear Attack

By Stephen Lendman

Information Clearing House” –  America’s rage for endless wars is the greatest threat to world peace, stability and security.  506 more words


Dangerous Crossroads: Russia Fears a US Preemptive Nuclear Attack

America’s rage for endless wars is the greatest threat to world peace, stability and security. Russia fears a possible preemptive US nuclear attack on its territory.  495 more words


Pentagon Heads Toward Escalating Genocide in Yemen

Yemen is Obama’s war, now Trump’s, complicit with Saudi terror-bombing, massacring civilians indiscriminately, causing vast destruction, human suffering and starvation.

A previous article explained millions of Yemenis face slow, painful deaths from lack of food needed to survive, blockaded coastal areas preventing it from entering the country. 353 more words


Operation Mosul: A Medieval Massacre

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova described it this way weeks after US-led terror-bombing and Iraqi ground operations began last October – long before the worst horrors ongoing now. 436 more words