by Stephen Lendman, Senior Contributing EditorNetanyahu Irresponsible anti-Iranian political and pack journalism rhetoric sound…
Are we getting a reprieve from the warmongering—however momentary? Contributing editor Steve Jonas files…
Culture Shock Stamp celebrating the modernization of the Iranian Air Force under the Shah’s…
John Pilger compares the current drum-beating for war against Iran, based on a fake “nuclear threat”, with the manufacture of a sense of false crisis that led to invasion of Iraq and the deaths of 1.3 million people.
In a cover piece for the New Statesman, John Pilger evokes the
memory of Germans ‘looking from the side’ at Bergen-Belsen to describe
the challenge facing us in the West as the Bush/Blair ‘long war’ becomes
‘perhaps the greatest crisis of modern times’.