Yet, while American capital expends vast sums of money on armaments and wars that return it nothing its people continue to suffer a rapid degradation of their conditions. On the 17th of May it was reported by the United Way that nearly 51 million households don’t earn enough to afford a monthly budget that includes housing, food, child care, health care, transportation and a cell phone. That’s 43% of households in the United States [...]
On the 70th anniversary of Tokyo’s fire bombing, relatives are asking for a real tribute to its victims. It was just after midnight when the…READ MORE Tokyo Fire Bombing in 1945: 100,000 People Died in a Single Night
In the immediate wake of the 9/11 attacks, George W. Bush stated in no uncertain terms that “State sponsors of terrorism” would be considered as…READ MORE George W. Bush and King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia: Is Kissing a “State Sponsor of Terrorism” a “Terrorist Act”?
For decades, consumers of the US media have been fed a series of repeated lies concerning the status of northern Korea. Tales of mass starvation and…READ MORE Korea: An Alternative History
On March 23, 2018, the US media published an interview with the newly-appointed National Security Advisor John R. Bolton, where he stated that the only…READ MORE The Libyan Scenario for North Korea
Four men, accused of being partisans, are alleged to have been buried alive. The wife of a partisan is said to have been “pierced by…READ MORE 100 Years Ago US Troops Attacked Russia’s Pacific Coast and Committed Atrocities
UN Third Committee Resolution L.23 IN, Legitimizes Stranglehold Economic Sanctions., Used as a Means to “Obliterate” North Korea On November 15, 2016 the United Nations…READ MORE Human Rights Violations: North Korea vs the U.S.
The 16th Division has been responsible for many of the missile attacks on residential areas inside the Syrian government-held western Aleppo and the Kurdish-held Sheikh Maqsoud […]READ MORE Journey to Aleppo: Exposing the Truth Buried under NATO Propaganda
The ‘mainstream’ Western media is, almost by definition, the last place to consult for honest reporting of Western crimes. Consider the appalling case of Yemen which is consumed by war and an ongoing humanitarian catastrophe […]READ MORE Crimes against Humanity: Britain’s Complicity in Saudi Arabia’s Terror Campaign against Yemen
Kabul as it stands remains in control of the large population centers and roughly 70% of the country. The rest is Talibanistan. There’s no chance of Kabul winning the war […]READ MORE Afghanistan; It’s the Heroin, Stupid
Syrians are wondering: is our war really with ISIS and Al-Qaeda or with the US and Israel – the true aggressors and puppet-masters – who have always wanted a long war against Syria in order to break and occupy us? […]READ MORE Here’s How the US, Israel, al-Qaeda and ISIS Work Together in Syria
Based on a detailed investigation of all the facts and supported by the testimony of the surviving Japanese leaders involved, it is the Survey’s opinion that certainly prior to 31 December 1945 and in all probability prior to 1 November 1945, Japan would have surrendered even if the atomic bombs had not been dropped, even if Russia had not entered the war, and even if no invasion had been planned or contemplated […]READ MORE The Real Reason America Used Nuclear Weapons against Japan
The US marines in the mission of democratization of the Afghan Talibans. An authentic video clip […]READ MORE Authentic Video on the U.S. Democratization of Afghanistan
In the European Theatre, World War II ended in early May 1945 with the capitulation of Nazi Germany. The “Big Three” on the side of the victors – Great Britain, the United States, and the Soviet Union – now faced the complex problem of the postwar reorganization of Europe […]READ MORE Why World War II ended with Mushroom Clouds
US Vice President Dick Cheney has confirmed that Iran is “right at the top of the list” of global trouble spots and worried that Israel might strike to shut down Tehran’s nuclear programs. “One of the concerns people have is that Israel might do it without being asked,” […]READ MORE Iran: Next Target of US Military Aggression
Today it is clear to pretty much everyone that Washington’s anti-drug campaign in Afghanistan has failed miserably in spite of the 8.5 billion dollars wasted on this conflict. According to expert, this year the level of drug production would be skyrocketing to unprecedented highs . The number of drug villages in Afghanistan have already exceeded last year’s figures, with about a third of the population being involved in the cultivation of opium poppy […]READ MORE Why would US Transform Afghanistan into a Drug Empire?
During the 1990s, the United States planned to break up Yugoslavia and build America’s largest military base in Kosovo (Camp Bondsteel) a strategic location giving the US access to the oil-rich Caspian Sea, which would also threaten Russia’s defence capabilities […]READ MORE Balkanisation, Myanmar and the US “Pivot to Asia” Directed against China
The world is so constructed that unless we look at what’s happened in the past, we won’t be able to deal with the present […]READ MORE The Korean War and Crimes against Humanity
In one of its most serious omissions, the series gives short shrift to the destruction wreaked by the US military’s spraying of deadly chemical herbicides containing the poison dioxin over much of Vietnam, the most common of which was Agent Orange. This is one of the most tragic legacies of the war […]READ MORE The Vietnam War is not History for Victims of Agent Orange
The new series by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick is mesmerizing. But it doesn’t answer the questions about the Vietnam War that many are still seeking […]READ MORE Past All Reason: The Vietnam War
The perpetrators of the Greek Genocide were responsible for planning and executing the destruction of Greek communities during the genocide. They include members of the Committee of Union and Progress Party, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and his nationalist supporters (Kemalists) as well as German military personne […]READ MORE Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (1881-1938): The Perpetrator of the Greek Genocide
The Greek Genocide (or Ottoman Greek Genocide) refers to the systematic extermination of the native Greek subjects of the Ottoman Empire before, during and after World War I (1914-1923). It was instigated by successive governments of the Ottoman Empire; the Committee of Union and Progress Party (C.U.P), and the Turkish Nationalist Movement of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk […]READ MORE An Overview of the Greek Genocide
The Allied Powers suspected Ataturk was going to take reprisals on the city for the conduct of the Greek army during the Greco-Turkish war, and warned him against doing so, but he ignored their warning and got away with it. It was an unnecessary act of wanton destruction that affected only the Christian sections of the city. What happened is very well documented, by eyewitness accounts, photographs, and even video […]READ MORE The 95th Anniversary of the Destruction of Greeks and Armenians in Smyrna
North Korea is not playing “gotcha”. For them it is not a game, like it is to the US planners. North Korea rightly fears for its life and its existence. We may not like the way they live, but that is not for us to decide. It is for the North Koreans to determine […]READ MORE U.S. Korea Policy
Resolution 2371 Inflicts Economic Torture upon DPRK. Security Council Resolution 2371 Defies All Logic: Prohibits Sale of Fish to Prevent Development of Nuclear Weapons by the DPRK! […]READ MORE Facts of the Korean War: UN Security Council, Instrument of US led Wars, Blatantly Biased Against North Korea
With the hydrogen bomb test by North Korea, it should be recalled the CIA was dumb enough to be responsible for North Korea acquiring nukes […]READ MORE How Dumb is the CIA?
“Collateral Damage” and The “Pre-emptive” First Strike Use of Nuclear Weapons […]READ MORE Remember Hiroshima
Another shocking exhibit was of an airtight cubicle in which two frightened, young girls were clinging to each other. Outside the cubicle stood four Japanese observing and recording the effects of the poison gas experiment. These experiments were repeated until the victims died […]READ MORE Japan’s Legacy of War Crimes in China
Is it Acceptable? […]READ MORE Flying Missiles over Japan
In September 1950, four months after the outbreak of the Korean War, tens of thousands of U.S. troops poured into Korea and began a northward offensive. Sinchon County was occupied for 52 days in the closing months of that year. Dozens of photographs and artifacts documenting the roundups and executions of Korean patriots and indiscriminate killings of men, women, and children… […]READ MORE The U.S. War Crimes against North Korea: Sinchon Massacre by the U.S. Military Exposed
US B-1B bombers flying from Guam recently carried out exercises in South Korea and “practiced attack capabilities by releasing inert weapons at the Pilsung Range.” In a further provocative (and illegal) move, US bombers were again reported to overfly North Korea, another of many such bullying, threatening actions, reportedly eleven just since May this year […]READ MORE North Korea, an Aggressor? A Reality Check
North Korea Lost 30% of Its Population as a Result of US Bombings in the 1950s […]READ MORE North Korea vs the United States: Who are the Demons?
With rare exception, the question of whether the atomic bombs were necessary to end World War Two is debated only deep within the safety of academic circles […]READ MORE The Myth of Hiroshima
Formerly Secret Documents from State, CIA Provide New Information about Covert Operations Planning and Implementation Plus Contemporaneous Analyses Long-Awaited Volume Supplements Earlier Publication that Whitewashed U.S., British Roles […]READ MORE Iran 1953: State Department Finally Releases Updated Official History of Mosaddeq Coup
The DPRK Confronts Barbaric Actions by UN Security Council […]READ MORE The Social and Economic Achievements of North Korea
“We Killed Off – What – 20% of the Population. We Burned Down every Town in North Korea…” […]READ MORE U.S. Crimes of Genocide Against North Korea
Washington’s objective is to impose the terms of Korea’s reunification. The NeoCons “Project for a New American Century” (PNAC) published in 2000 had intimated that in “post unification scenario”, the number of US troops (currently at 37,000) should be increased and that US military presence could be extended to North Korea. In a reunified Korea, the military mandate of the US garrison would be to implement so-called “stability operations in North Korea” […]READ MORE America’s War Аgainst the People of Korea: The Historical Record of US War Crimes
An interview from Damascus on the Christian genocide taking place in Syria according to Kosovostan jihad pattern […]READ MORE Export of Kosovostan Jihad in the Middle East: The Christian Genocide in Syria
All 78 North Korean cities were leveled, along with thousands of villages. The US quite literally wiped ‘North Korea’ from the face of the Earth. Another estimate puts the loss of North Korean lives at one third of the population – so, about 3 million dead. So the Korean War was hell for Koreans, but for the US deep state, North Korea’s invasion of South Korea ‘confirmed’ to them that their policy of containing China was correct, and was the catalyst for transforming the US into a global empire […]READ MORE How the US Empire Was Made in North Korea
Under no circumstances could any westerner reasonably expect … that the North Korean regime would simply submit to any ultimatums by the US, by far the worst enemy Korea ever had measured by the damage inflicted on the entirety of the Korean peninsula […]READ MORE Endless Atrocities: The US Role In Creating The North Korean Fortress-State
The American war crimes in North Korea during the Korean War in the 1950s. Short video documentary presentation to explain why North Korea has to have the nukes […]READ MORE The U.S. War Crimes in North Korea: Video
The US post-WWII imperialistic foreign policy of global hegemony is obviously not to be changed by a new 45th US President who only after three months obliterated all his electoral campaign promises to keep hands off from Syria and to finally stop with the American practice of interventionist policies across the world […]READ MORE The US Aggression on Syria and the Principles of a “Just War”
Washington’s policy towards the DPRK is not comprised of “carrots and sticks”; it’s sticks and bigger sticks. It’s entirely based on the assumption that you can persuade people to do what you want them to do through humiliation, intimidation and brute force […]READ MORE The U.S. Pushed North Korea to Build Nukes?
North Korea is a beautiful country, inhabited by human beings, with blood circulating through their veins. Despite what you are directly and indirectly told, these people feel pain and they are capable of experiencing great joy. Like others, they often dream, fall in love, and suffer when being insulted or betrayed or abandoned. They laugh and cry, they hold hands, get angry, even desperate. They have great hopes for a better life and they work very hard trying to build their future […]READ MORE Why Trump is Wrong About North Korea
The great historian Howard Zinn reminds us of it all: Our country’s history began in the genocide of indigenous nations and the enslavement of Africans brought here in chains. But from that beginning it also became a country of people’s movements against genocide and slavery, against racism and misogyny and Islamophobia, of movements for justice, for internationalism, and yes, for peace […]READ MORE There is no Strategy Behind Trump’s War, Just Brute Force
An American journalist uncovers some ugly truths about the “forgotten war” […]READ MORE Can the United States Own Up to Its War Crimes During the Korean War?
Since World War II, the United States has engaged in an almost unbroken chain of major and minor wars in distant and poorly understood countries. Yet for a meddlesome superpower that claims the democratic high ground, it can sometimes be shockingly incurious and self-absorbed. In the case of the bombing of North Korea, its people never really became conscious of a major war crime committed in their name […]READ MORE The U.S. War Crime North Korea won’t Forget
In the early 1950s, during the Korean War, the US dropped more bombs on North Korea than it had dropped in the entire Pacific theater during World War II. This carpet bombing, which included 32,000 tons of napalm, often deliberately targeted civilian as well as military targets, devastating the country far beyond what was necessary to fight the war. Whole cities were destroyed, with many thousands of innocent civilians killed and many more left homeless and hungry […]READ MORE The Problem is Washington, not North Korea
But while today’s North Korean anti-American rhetoric is so often filled with obvious distortions and lies and thus easy to dismiss, this piece of anti-American rhetoric is chillingly real. That makes the cable jarring to read even beyond the sheer awful suffering it describes. It was a moment when the official North Korean characterization of America, one that we today rightly consider propagandistic nonsense, had a lot of truth to it […]READ MORE Americans have Forgotten What We did to North Korea
Instated at the outset of the Soviet-Afghan war and protected by the CIA, the drug trade developed over the years into a highly lucrative multibillion undertaking. It was the cornerstone of America’s covert war in the 1980s. Today, under US-NATO military occupation, the drug trade generates cash earnings in Western markets in excess of $200 billion dollars a year […]READ MORE The 2001 War on Afghanistan is a profit driven “Resource War”
By 1923, upwards of 1 million Ottoman Greeks were victims to one of the first genocides of the 20th century. This campaign is known as the Greek Genocide […]READ MORE Greeks in Turkey on the verge of extinction
Hannibal Travis, “On The Centenary of The Greek Genocide”, AHIF Policy Journal, American Hellenic Institute Foundation, Inc., Vol. 8, Spring 2017, pp. 14 […]READ MORE On the centenary of the Greek genocide
George Mauropoulos, “The Forgotten Genocide of the Greeks of Asia Minor”, AHIF Policy Journal, American Hellenic Institute Foundation, Inc., Vol. 8, Spring 2017, pp. 3 […]READ MORE The forgotten genocide of the Greeks of Asia Minor
At the beginning of March 2017, it will be exactly six years since the beginning of the conflict in Syria. Some journalists even make unfavorable forecasts wondering about the very possibility of reconciliation […]READ MORE What should we expect from the talks on Syria in Astana?
40 yrs after Prez Teddy Roosevelt gave Korea to brutal Jap Empire in return for its recognition of Philippines as US Territory, US invaded Korea long AFTER Jap surrender…READ MORE Fake News Laundered 1950-53 US Slaughter Of 3 Million Koreans To Maintain US 1%’s Rule Of South
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