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      The Deep State’s Bogus ‘Iranian Threat’
      Oct13

      The Deep State’s Bogus ‘Iranian Threat’

      Yesterday we identified a permanent fiscal crisis as one of the quadruple witching forces arising in October 2017 which will shatter the global financial bubble. Today the Donald is on the cusp of making the crisis dramatically worse by decertifying the Iranian nuke deal, thereby reinforcing another false narrative that enables the $1 trillion...

      Ron Paul: Anti-Russia Campaign Stems From Bias and Desire to Limit Free Speech
      Sep30

      Ron Paul: Anti-Russia Campaign Stems From Bias and Desire to Limit Free Speech

      The investigation into the alleged Russian meddling in the US elections and the supposed use of social media by Moscow to sway public opinion is just a “witch hunt,” former US Congressman Ron Paul told RT.“The people who promote this witch hunt do not care about what [the former US presidential candidate] Hillary [Clinton] was doing and they are...

      The Atlantic Council: ‘Debates’ Between People Who Hate Russia & People Who Really Hate Russia
      Sep29

      The Atlantic Council: ‘Debates’ Between People Who Hate Russia & People Who Really Hate Russia

      Welcome to the Atlantic Council. A think tank which isn’t given to introspection and which ultimately amounts to NATO’s propaganda arm. This week, I endured an Atlantic Council echo-chamber to spare you the bother. The list of lobbyists retained by the club (who prefer to call each other ‘fellows’) reads like a veritable...

      Reagan Documents Shed Light on US ‘Meddling’

      “Secret” documents, recently declassified by the Reagan presidential library, reveal senior White House officials reengaging a former CIA “proprietary,” The Asia Foundation, in “political action,” an intelligence term of art for influencing the actions of foreign governments.The documents from 1982 came at a turning-point moment when the Reagan...

      Six Major US Foreign Policy Failures of the Post-Cold War Era
      Sep15

      Six Major US Foreign Policy Failures of the Post-Cold War Era

      In the 1990s, US officials, all of whom would go on to serve in the George W. Bush White House, authored two short, but deeply important policy documents that have subsequently been the guiding force behind every major US foreign policy decision taken since the year 2000 and particularly since 9/11.These documents include the Defense Planning...

      American Jackboot Diplomacy
      Sep06

      American Jackboot Diplomacy

      The latest extraordinary roughshod violation of Russian diplomatic rights by the American authorities shows that the US doesn’t want to restore normal bilateral relations. Indeed, it has now resorted publicly to jackboot diplomacy.The rapid ordering of Russia to vacate three of its diplomatic properties – in a matter of hours – amid...

      Trump’s New Strategy for Afghanistan Is Neither New, nor a Strategy, nor Trump’s
      Aug26

      Trump’s New Strategy for Afghanistan Is Neither New, nor a Strategy, nor Trump’s

      For some time it has been clear that the White House of President Donald Trump was convulsed with a struggle among various court factions vying for the Emperor’s ear. Crudely oversimplified, these are variously described as:1. The military “Junta” (Generals McMaster, National Security Council; Mattis, Pentagon; and Kelly, White...

      End Democracy Promotion Balderdash
      Aug12

      End Democracy Promotion Balderdash

      The Trump administration’s foreign policy often resembles a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party or a loose cannon on a ship deck. But every now and then, a good idea emerges from the fracas. Such is the case with a reform that could sharply reduce America’s piety exports.Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is revising the State Department...

      Bring the Troops Home From Korea
      Aug11

      Bring the Troops Home From Korea

      There is one good solution to the Korean crisis, one that the mainstream press commentators simply will not confront. It’s not a solution that is likely to be adopted, especially by a blustery and bellicose president and a national-security establishment that has a Cold War anti-communist mindset. Nonetheless, it bears pointing out.What is...

      The Unsung Summit of Putin and Trump
      Aug09

      The Unsung Summit of Putin and Trump

      This week marks the 72nd anniversary of the criminal US bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. And as is the case each year, there is much discussion and lamenting over this atrocity, as there well should be. For the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki was not necessary for victory; Japan had already sued for peace. It was the opening salvo, a brutal...

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