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Provoking Nuclear War by Media
The exoneration of a man accused of the worst of crimes, genocide, made no headlines. Neither the BBC nor CNN covered it. The Guardian allowed a brief commentary. Such a rare official admission was buried or suppressed, understandably. It would explain too much about how the rulers of the world rule [...]
Hillary Clinton parties with Cher, while Jill Stein meets with flooding victims in Louisiana
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has zig-zagged the country raising money for her campaign, all while residents in Louisiana suffer from the "worst disaster since Hurricane Sandy." Both Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama have been criticized for not visiting victims in Lo [...]
Clinton Emails Discuss Whether to Take Drug Used to Treat ‘Decision Fatigue’
Emails released by WikiLeaks revealed that Hillary Clinton admitted to suffering from decision fatigue and discussed with one of her top aides while serving as US secretary of state about taking a drug used to treat Parkinson’s disease. [...]
Washington’s Conundrum in Syria: Russia, Iran and China Team Up
China’s recent announcement of an increase of its humanitarian support for the Syrian people and that it would provide additional training to the Syrian forces comes as a “headache for the US,” according to the American media. “As if the multi-party war in Syria weren’t complicated enou [...]
Lawmakers, Peace Groups Team Up to Block ‘Disturbing’ US-Saudi Arms Deal
Anti-war advocates are launching an 11th-hour bid to stop U.S. Congress from approving a $1.15 billion arms sale to Saudi Arabia in its fight against Houthi rebels in Yemen, which was announced earlier this month.Chief among them are the activist group CODEPINK and U.S. Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.), [...]
Louisiana Climate-Deniers Who Refused Sandy Victims, Now Want Federal Flood Relief
As residents of Louisiana this week struggle to recover from "one of the worst floods in modern history," there is a chance that federal aid may not be so forthcoming thanks to a trio of Bayou State Republicans, who back in 2013 voted against helping victims of another storm: Sandy. House majorit [...]
Gorbachev: 7 Things You May Not Know About the Last Soviet Leader
The first president and the last leader of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev celebrates its 85th birthday on Wednesday, March 2. Gorbachev has been praised by millions around the world – especially in the West — as the man who put Russia on the road to democracy and ended the Cold War. [...]
Kiev to Sue Russia? Maybe Crimea Should Ask Compensation for 20 Years of Looting
Ukraine's Foreign Ministry's is talking about filing a lawsuit against Russia over suspected violations of international maritime law in Crimea. In response, Crimean authorities suggest that maybe it's time they file charges of their own against Kiev from when the peninsula was part of Ukraine for w [...]
‘Influential Factor’: Russia Continues to Gain Clout in the Middle East
Russia's current actions in the Middle East show how Moscow can catch the West by surprise, according to Thomas Avenarius, a journalist writing for the German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung. It seems that the West has been caught by surprise by Russia's current actions in the Middle East, [...]
Hillary Clinton: The Anti-Woman ‘Feminist’
Although Hillary Clinton selected Tim Kaine as her Vice President in this campaign, her true running mate might very well be her vagina. Indeed, while Clinton’s support continues to be among the lowest for any Democratic nominee in recent memory, she has managed to position her gender as a focal p [...]
If Trump is ‘Russia’s Candidate’, Does That Make Clinton the Saudis’ Pick?
The media has had a field day commenting on Donald Trump's words about cooperation with Russia against ISIS, labeling him a 'Kremlin agent' and a danger to the Western security order. But what about Hillary Clinton and her foundation's ties to the Saudis? If Trump is 'Moscow's man', does that make C [...]
Turkey Recalls Ambassador to Austria Over Pro-Kurdish Rally in Vienna
Turkey's foreign minister has recalled its Austrian ambassador for "consultations" in the wake of a rally held in Vienna in support of the PKK. "In response to recent events, we have withdrawn our ambassador from Vienna for consultations and to review our relations with Austria," Turkish Foreign [...]
Hillary Clinton’s ‘Pivot’ or ‘Spin’?
To stave off Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton became a born-again progressive, critical of trade deals and tough on fracking, but her preparations for a presidential transition presage a pro-corporate and hawkish administration, says Norman Solomon. Like other Bernie Sanders delegates in Philadelp [...]
Lavrov reveals proof of Kiev’s involvement in sabotage in Crimea
Moscow possesses strong evidence that Ukraine really prepared sabotage in the Crimea. Russia is ready to provide representatives of the Western countries with this evidence, Sergey Lavrov, the Minister of Foreign Affairs said. ‘We really don’t conceal what is known, we show people who were de [...]
‘Assange kill attempt’? Unknown man climbs Ecuador’s London embassy, sheltering WikiLeaks chief
Social media users are in a panic after WikiLeaks said an unknown man had climbed the Ecuadorian embassy in London where Julian Assange has been staying for four years. Users suggested that it was probably an assassination attempt, “ordered by Clinton.” [...]

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