Category: ANTI-COMMUNISM

ONLINE GOLD: Overcoming the system’s false consciousness

Patrick Walker says:Letting establishment Democrats’ get away with their shallow, Russia-obsessed “McResistance” to Trump is INTOLERABLE to progressives wishing to save the climate. Not only does it distract from the ultra-serious issue of runaway climate change; it’s intended purely toREAD ON

Corporate Sociopaths Out of Northern Minnesota

  Duty to Warn Fascism is a right-wing, nationalistic, authoritarian, anti-democracy political ideology that rules with military discipline and enforces its laws with police state power and spy agencies. Fascism achieves and maintains its power by the use of aREAD ON

Václav Havel: another side to the story

Havel’s true political allegiances came to the fore during his years as president. Like fellow dissident Lech Walesa, he supported the Nato bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999. In 2002, he sided with the rightwing Republican hawks on Iraq.

Oil, Qatar, China & The Global Conflict

China is now working with the Socialist government of Nicaragua to construct an alternative to the Panama Canal that will be controlled by anti-capitalist forces. China has rewarded Nicaragua for its cooperation with a huge amount of investment. The WallREAD ON

Freedom Rider: Leave North Korea Alone

by BAR editor and senior columnist Margaret Kimberley war “The United States escalates tensions with war games that simulate an invasion of North Korea.” The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), commonly known as North Korea, has the right toREAD ON

Between Scylla And Charybdis

AUTHOR’S NOTE: Pasted below is a key chapter from my novel Fragments set in Calabria about the build-up to Gladio’s Tricolor Revolution in my imaginary Italy to overthrow a Russia-friendly Rome government. The elements of a color revolution are there,READ ON

BRZEZINSKI EXITS; RUSSIAGATE & BACK CHANNELS; EURASIAN CENTURY CONTINUES TO EMERGE

Engdahl’s piece describes the failure of Washington’s plan to divide Russia and China (a plan advocated by both Henry Kissinger and the late Brzezinski, as noted above) and focuses in on the decision of the Nixon administration to take theREAD ON