The US Contracts Out Its Regime Change Operation in Nicaragua
Opinion

The US Contracts Out Its Regime Change Operation in Nicaragua

An extraordinary leaked document gives a glimpse of the breadth and complexity of the US government’s plan to interfere in Nicaragua’s internal affairs up to and after its presidential election in 2021. The plan,[1] a 14-page extract from a much longer document, dates from March-April this year and sets the terms for a contract to…

The ICC and NGOs: Modern Day Manifestations of “The White Man’s Burden”
Opinion

The ICC and NGOs: Modern Day Manifestations of “The White Man’s Burden”

The International Criminal Court (ICC) is not international nor a legitimate court, but is most certainly criminal. It is an institutionalized tool – one of many – used by Western corporate-financier interests to coerce and control nations across the developing world. In a recent charade aimed to boost its otherwise nonexistent credibility, the ICC has…

After Bleeding Thailand Dry, Soros is Going in for the Kill
Opinion

After Bleeding Thailand Dry, Soros is Going in for the Kill

The highly controversial figure, George Soros has become one of the richest men on the planet by creating a great many hedge funds including Soros Fund Managemen. If Forbes is to be believed, his personal fortune exceeds the mind-boggling sum of 25 billion dollars, however, the dubious strategies that Soros would use to accumulate such an excessive amount of wealth are largely the reason why his name…

AN INTRODUCTION: Smart Power & The Human Rights Industrial Complex
Opinion

AN INTRODUCTION: Smart Power & The Human Rights Industrial Complex

Human rights and the West: does the reality live up to the rhetoric? On the surface, the cultural narrative seems innocent enough: billionaire philanthropists, political luminaries and transnational corporations, along with legions of staff and volunteers – all working together in the name of social justice, forging a better, fairer and more accountable world. The…

Expect Counter-Intel and BRI-Aid Developments After Pakistan’s INGO Regulations
Opinion

Expect Counter-Intel and BRI-Aid Developments After Pakistan’s INGO Regulations

Pakistan’s recent regulation of International NGOs (INGOs) must be followed up by additional security measures by the counter-intelligence services in order to root out the rest of the foreign intelligence agents that have embedded themselves inside the country, but any possible gains on this front won’t be sustainable unless Islamabad properly addresses the socio-economic issues…