(900 words) H. Clinton on her love of Israel and America’s unbreakable bond with Netanhayu
(1800 words) The Benghazi “State Department” asset in Benghazi was cover for a covert CIA operation to assist Al Qaeda and ISIS in their fight against Assad
(420 words) When they thought he was a Palestinian Arab, he was labelled a “terrorist,” and then as soon as they realized he was an Israeli Jew, the label was instantly withdrawn for that reason alone, even though the conduct was the same. That’s the manipulative, malleable concept of “terrorism” in a nutshell.
(460 words) Vladimir Putin Says America Is Lying. Russian leader accuses U.S. of using Iran nukes as cover to build missile defense shield
(1100 words) Cohen and Batchelor on US Russian Cold War, and Van Buren on the current state of the Middle East and the effect of US policy in the region.
(900 words)Let’s translate it into English. “We bombed a hospital, killing 22 people.”…all such words are banned from Nato’s lexicon
(450 words) Ray McGovern’s Consortiumnews piece below and the comments which follow are an excellent summary of the current Syrian mess. President Obama is an intelligent and thoughtful man. His absurd utterances on USGovt foreign policies in general, and on the Middle East in particular are yet more indications of the capture of US foreign policy by the “Deep State” and a President’s puppet like statements attempting to justify them.
A dozen years after the US invasion, Iraq, remains a bloody, chaotic symbol of the failed US imperial project.
ISIS, as suspected, is proven to be a construct of US, Turkey, Saudi Arabia by secret documents from USGovt.
From Wikipedia: ” On 19 March 2011, a multi-state coalition began a military intervention in Libya to implement United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973. …” throwing yet another Muslim Middle Eastern country into chaos and sending yet more refugees steaming towards southern Europe. In the “Ecologist” Nafeez Ahmed writes: War crime: NATO deliberately destroyed Libya’s water infrastructure Nafeez Ahmed 14th May 2015 The military targeting of civilian infrastructure, especially of water supplies, is a war crime under the Geneva Conventions, writes Nafeez Ahmed. Yet this is precisely what NATO did in Libya, while blaming the damage on Gaddafi himself. Since then, the country’s water infrastructure – and the suffering of its people – has only deteriorated further. The deliberate destruction of a nation’s water infrastructure, with the knowledge that doing so would result in massive deaths of the population as a direct consequence, is not simply a war crime, but potentially a genocidal strategy. Numerous reports comment on the water crisis that is escalating across Libya as consumption outpaces production. Some have noted the environmental context …