US Cruise Missile Attack Results as Reported from Inside Syria

SPECIAL REPORT By Sophie Mangal INSIDE SYRIA MEDIA CENTER mov-1 from patrice greanville on Vimeo. According to various mass media, only 23 of them reached the Syrian airbase. .The strike on the Al-Shayrat airbase in Syria’s Homs Province destroyed a materials storage depot, a training facility, a canteen, six Mig-23 aircraft in repair hangars and a radar station. The runways, taxiwaysContinue reading

Western Disinformation Never Rests: Deconstructing CNN’s Fareed Zakaria’s Portrait of Putin

Dispatches from Deena Stryker ZAKARIA’S PUTIN ‘DOC’ First off, the only biographical information concerns his father’s participation in the Great Patriotic War — with no context, such as the fact that, with 27 million killed, the war against Hitler left its mark on every Russian living today. Nor does Fareed tell us that before joining the KGB, Putin was requiredContinue reading

Oscars Award to ISIS-Connected White Helmets Exposed by 21st Century Wire

Forget Oscar: Give The White Helmets the Leni Riefenstahl Award for Best War Propaganda Film Patrick Henningsen | 21st Century Wire  This has to be a historic low for Hollywood and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. In your average lifetime, everyone will get their share of war propaganda films. In America, it’s a kind of sacred tradition, where Hollywood does the job of revisionism,Continue reading

Hillary and the Clinton Foundation: Exemplars of America’s Political Rot

  ERIC DRAITSER The latest in a string of embarrassing scandals is centered on the powerful Clinton Foundation, and the obvious impropriety of its acceptance of large donations from foreign governments (and wealthy individuals connected to them), especially those governments universally recognized as oppressive dictatorships whose foreign policy orientation places them squarely in the US orbit. Of particular note areContinue reading

DOSSIERS: Big Pharma ripoffs make headlines, but EpiPen’s greed is normal, systemic, not an aberration.

FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. DOSSIER EDITED AND PREPARED BY PATRICE GREANVILLE Mylan’s EpiPen costs about $2 to make, but the company is now charging $600+ per prescription, a 400% rise in a few years, and the original price was no bargain. Meanwhile the CEO—Heather Bresch— and other top execs have grotesquely raised their own compensation packages, with Bresch herself getting nowContinue reading