The Mainstream Media Seems to Want More War for the United States

The Mainstream Media Seems to Want More War for the United States

The news and editorial pages have forgotten the failed wars of the recent past, and are already pursuing new confrontations for the United States.  In the past week, the New York Times argued that President Joe Biden’s handling of Ukraine is actually a “wider test of U.S. credibility abroad.”  The Washington Post, which has become a voice for militarism,…

War with Russia?

War with Russia?

First, let’s be clear: Russia already invaded Ukraine. At the end of February 2014, Russian soldiers without insignia seized key facilities in Crimea and then helped secessionists in eastern Ukraine some weeks later. Crimea is now under Russian control, and a civil war continues to flare up over the breakaway regions of Donetsk and Luhansk…

War With China! Another Bright Idea from the Yankee Capital

War With China! Another Bright Idea from the Yankee Capital

Discussions of war with China over Taiwan often assume a short, regional war won by superior American technology, after which things go on approximately as before. A few observations: First, overconfidence is an occupational disease of militaries and militarists. Wars very often fail to proceed according to the expectations of the aggressors and not infrequently…

Every Media Outlet Is Speaking About War Or Is It Just Propaganda Again?

Every Media Outlet Is Speaking About War Or Is It Just Propaganda Again?

Every regular media outlet in the world is speaking about the upcoming war, Russia will invade Ukraine they say, without mentioning the other threats or wars still going on. It seems the whole world is focused again, on Russia and the threat, that they might invade Ukraine, as seen by Western media, the same will…

Yemen: Is There a Silver Lining to This Country’s Bleak Future?

Yemen: Is There a Silver Lining to This Country’s Bleak Future?

The United Nations has warned that if the war in Yemen continues through the end of 2021, the death toll of the conflict will have reached 377,000 people, with 154,000 succumbed to direct hostilities and violence while 223,000, or almost 60%, will be indirectly caused by it. The report says that of the total deaths, 259,000,…

America’s “Long War” Against the Korean Nation

America’s “Long War” Against the Korean Nation

In this essay, I will be addressing the following issues:  US war crimes committed against the Korean Nation (1950-53), Fire and Fury and the Nuclear Issue: From the Cold War to the Present The debate on Reunification and the Sunshine Movement The Candlelight Movement which led to the impeachment of president Park Guen hye The formulation…