The Planned Chemical Weapons False Flag in Syria is More About Iran than Regime Change

The US and its allies don’t really care at this point whether President Assad remains in office or not since their most pressing concern right now is to remove Iranian military influence from Syria, but they won’t ever abandon their regime change plans so long as they think that this is the only way to …

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Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers his annual Presidential Address to the Federal Assembly at the Manezh Central Exhibition Hall © Grigoriy Sisoev / Sputnik

‘Listen to Us Now’: Putin Unveils New Russian Nuclear Arsenal

Russia has developed a number of advanced weapons systems, including a nuclear-powered cruise missile, which make all US capabilities aimed at undermining the Russian nuclear deterrent obsolete, President Vladimir Putin announced. The latest advances in Russian strategic deterrence have made America’s anti-missile systems obsolete, so Washington should stop trying to diminish Russia’s security and start …

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The Pentagon’s “Ides of March”: Best Month to Go to War

Is it a coincidence? In recent history, from the Vietnam war to the present, the month of March has been chosen by Pentagon and NATO military planners as the “best month” to go to war. With the exception of the War on Afghanistan (October 2001) and the 1990-91 Gulf War, all major US-NATO and allied …

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“We’ve Got to DO Something About Syria!” Uh, No You Don’t. Please Don’t.

“Kindly let me help you or you will drown,” said the monkey putting the fish safely up a tree. ~ Alan Watts “We’ve got to do something about Syria!” goes the common western refrain. Actually, no you don’t. “What? You’re saying we should just do nothing??” goes the common response. Yes. Yeah that’d be great. …

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In a file photo, Russia's ambassador to the UN, Vasily Nebenzya. speaks to members of the Security Council on February 24, 2018. On Monday, Russia vetoed a Western-backed resolution targeting Iran. Photo: Reuters / Eduardo Munoz

What the Russian Veto on Yemeni War Signifies

The Russian veto in the United Nations Security Council on Monday to block a Western-backed resolution to condemn Iran for its alleged violations of international sanctions and its fueling of the conflict in Yemen was a landmark event. This is the first time Russia has shot down a US-led move in the Security Council regarding …

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US State Dept Implores ‘Mockingbird’ Media to Promote White Helmets

The information war is perhaps the most fiercely fought in the West to gain influence over the Syria narrative, and recently the US/UK coalition media proxies have been failing miserably. Western public consensus on Syria appears to have shifted dramatically since Aleppo’s liberation in December 2016, which drove a stake through the heart of corporate …

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The Breach of the UNSC Ceasefire in Syria: a Way Out of This Situation

The UN’s authority has been undermined by the fact that UN Security Council Resolution 2401 demanding a 30-day truce in Syria, which was unanimously endorsed on Feb. 24, has not been honored. On Feb. 26, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said the document needed to take effect without delay, but combat operations continue. Why has this happened and …

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