Day: March 1, 2018

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The Council on Foreign Relations’ Push Towards a New Cold War

Washington (MPN) – The Council on Foreign Relations and its cadre of both neoliberal and neoconservative agenda-makers are pushing hard for a new Cold War with Russia. If you are even a casual consumer of Western media then you know the current top threat to U.S. security according to corporate journalists is Russian aggression. According to neoconservative […]

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Western Powers Escalate the Syrian War

Damascus (WW) – At the end of 2017, millions around the world celebrated the near defeat of Daesh (ISIS/ISIL/IS) by the Syrian Arab Army and its allies as heralding the end of the genocidal U.S.-led war against Syria. It certainly was a turning point in the war, but many feared that the imperialist powers and their allies couldn’t […]

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Moon Jae In Urges US Moderation as The DPRK Signals Willingness to Negotiate

Pyongyang (GPA) – South Korean President Moon Jae In is attempting to convince the Trump Regime to be more open to talks with The DPRK (North Korea) following continued statements from Pyongyang signaling a potential opportunity for diplomacy. Moon Jae In Finally Listens to Pyongyang After slightly more than a year of choosing to ignore official statements from Pyongyang and opting to just […]

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UN Feigns Outrage Over Ghouta While Terrorist Rockets Rain Down on Damascus

Damascus (MPN) – On February 20, from Amman, Jordan, UNICEF Regional Director for the Middle East and North Africa, Geert Cappelaere, issued a statement of “outrage” titled: “The war on children in Syria: Reports of mass casualties among children in Eastern Ghouta and Damascus.” The “statement” — consisting of blank lines with the preface “No words will do justice […]

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Shares Are Rising in the US Military-Industrial Complex

Washington (SCF) – Shares in US gun manufacturing companies increased in value after the most recent mass slaughter in the United States. At the same time, share prices have risen for major weapons’ manufacturers in line with the campaign to expand the US-NATO military alliance and deploy combat elements ever closer to Russia’s borders. The murders of fourteen children and three adults […]

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