Why Cry? It’s Great News That Trump Pulled Out of the Iran Deal!

The fear and fury that have gripped the Alt-Media Community since Trump’s announcement yesterday that he was pulling out of the Iran deal are totally misplaced and triggered by a lack of understanding over what the most likely consequences of this move will be. Confusion, Nothing But Confusion From a cursory glance at social media, …

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A Color Revolution in the Caucasus Puts Russia in a Dilemma

After a gap of three years since the regime changed in Ukraine in February 2015, another color revolution is unfolding in yet another former Soviet republic in the Caucasus – in Armenia. A popular uprising demanding democratic change and economic opportunities is rising to a crescendo in Armenia. The western media has tentatively named it …

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Missile fire is seen from Damascus, Syria, May 10, 2018. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

Israeli Airstrike in Syria was “Most Extensive Attack in Decades”

In what is now being described as the "most direct confrontation between Israel and Iran in decades," Israel exchanged fire with Syrian and Iranian forces during a late-night showdown that ended early Thursday morning. The exchange came days after Israel called up reserve troops to the Golan Heights, the disputed border region. It also followed …

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Believe It or Not, Bolton’s Right – North Korea will Follow the “Libyan Model”

The new US National Security Advisor John Bolton controversially advocated the so-called “Libyan model” for North Korea’s denuclearization. While he was indeed speaking about the technical aspect of this example in having the North African country completely surrender all of its nuclear-related capabilities, others are interpreting it differently and almost as a Freudian slip given …

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US President Donald Trump shows the document reinstating sanctions against Iran. Photo: AFP / Saul Loeb

Trump has Proven Himself to be the US Version of Gaddafi

I was trying to think a few hours ago – after his shameful, outrageous, insane breaking of a solemn international treaty – just who Donald Trump reminded me of. I used to think about the boastful, gung-ho racist Theodore Roosevelt, the ‘Rough Rider’ who enjoyed war (and threats). But Theodore Roosevelt actually did win the Nobel Peace Prize. …

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Is the US Determined to Become a Rogue State?

Let me cut to the chase. Every single world leader knows Trump’s full of shit. Even more importantly, the citizens of their nations also know it. Everyone with a functioning brain understands that pulling out of the Iran deal has nothing to do with terrorism, nuclear bombs or any other fairytale propagated by U.S. neocons. …

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Zionism and Africa – Jews and Blacks

The other day I learned that the British Zionist pressure group Campaign Against Antisemitsm, an organisation that cares about bigotry against one people only, has launched a new short course. They teach their supporters “how to build bridges with natural allies” so they can fight antisemitsm together. Someone should explain to these ultra Zionist campaigners …

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