Globalization

When Canada Invaded Russia

The corporate media presents Russia as militaristic but ignores Canada’s invasion of that country […]

Kosovo: A Savage Assassination Rocks the Balkans

Serbian community leader in NATO-occupied Kosovo, Oliver Ivanović, was gunned down, mafia-style, in front of his party offices in the town of Kosovska Mitrovica on January 16, 2018 […]

Trump, Netanyahu and Israel’s Capital

The list of nations whose leaders expressed their extreme displeasure prior to Trump’s announcement includes both important allies, and countries the U.S considers ‘enemies’ […]

The U.S. is a Failed State

The U.S. cannot and will not protect its citizens against attacks by violent armed assailants, especially as politicians are being bought off by gun manufacturers and the National Rifle Association […]

500 Years of Nakbas

The great nakba, or “catastrophe,”began in 1492, when Christopher Columbus proclaimed the lands of the “Indies” for Spain […]

The Engineered Destruction and Political Fragmentation of Iraq

It was only once the ISIS had captured Mosul and was firmly entrenched inside Iraq, that the US and its allies initiated two months later its “counter-terrorism” operation, allegedly against the ISIS […]

Nekrologas Makeinui

Mirė vienas didžiausių pasaulyje tarptautinių karo nusikaltėlių JAV senatorius Džonas Makeinas […]

Iran: Next Target of US Military Aggression

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 […]

New British Documents about Srebrenica

According to the “facts” alleged by the Hague Tribunal in its numerous judgments, the “genocide” is supposed to have begun only two days later, on 13 July […]

A Hybrid War to Break the Balkans?

In the spirit of the New Cold War and following on its success in snuffing out South Stream, the US has prioritized its efforts in obstructing Russia’s Balkan Stream pipeline […]

Libya: Is this Kosovo all over Аgain?

As with Kosovo, an internal conflict between a government and armed rebels is being cast as a “humanitarian crisis” in which one side only, the government, is assumed to be “criminal” […]

The Post-WWII Albania and Kosovo

In the communist era, Albania isolated herself to an extreme degree, displaying xenophobia unknown in modern European history […]