ANDRE DAMON—Safe in the knowledge that its findings will never be seriously reported by the mass media, the authors of this report do not mince words about what such a war will mean. A war between the United States and China, which according to the report might break out within four years, will be “horrendous” and “devastating.” The military will “face greater losses than at any time in decades.” Such a war could lead to “rapid nuclear escalation,” and American civilians will be attacked and likely killed.READ ON
JEFF J. BROWN—Today, we discuss her groundbreaking work about how the United States and its allies are using diplomatic pouch immunity to send tens of tons of weapons to their proxy terrorist armies in Syria. We then talk about her amazing, bulletproof exposé into the West’s massive, multibillion dollar/euro chemical- and bio-weapons industry, which spans the globe in country after country. These blatant, sordid Western crimes against humanity, which have not stopped since Eurangloland’s use of chemical weapons during World War I, will be shown on Al Mayadeen TV, in Dilyana’s hard hitting documentary.READ ON
RICK STERLING—The story about CIA complicity with drug-dealers was especially explosive because of the impact of drugs in poor communities across the US. There was an epidemic of cheap crack cocaine flooding poor and especially African American communities.
Robert Parry originally reported the CIA-Contra-Cocaine story in the mid 1980’s. Ten years later, in 1996, investigative journalist Gary Webb uncovered what happened after the cocaine arrived in the U.S.: crack cocaine had flooded poor and African American communities, especially in California. The negative consequences were huge. The San Jose Mercury News published Gary Webb’s investigation as an explosive front page 3-day series titled “Dark Alliance”.
DAN STEINBOCK—as Duterte has recalibrated Philippines ties with the US in security and with China in the infrastructure, the country is positioned to grow at 6-7% annually for years. These realities are fully ignored in Bremmer’s pieces for Time, along with Duterte’s democratic and huge popular support – and by other global media that failed to report on the darker side of the Aquino era, its massive graft, proliferation of drugs, and high-profile corruption debacles.READ ON