THE SAKER-The White House Budget Office is scrambling to delay the looming Huawei ban lest US companies become overwhelmed by the Chinese telecomm giant’s absence. Meanwhile the Trump administration can’t decide whether its Huawei fears are an economic or a national security matter. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez with the details.
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MoA—The Trump administration wants to reassert hegemony over Latin America. Cuba is one of its main targets. Through right wing allies and by its own means it targets Cuba’s most successful export program – the provision of Cuban doctors to countries in need of them. In 2002 the Bush administration created a program to train Latin American legal personal to wage a “war on corruption” in their home countries. Back in their countries the U.S. trained people would be fed U.S. intelligence on left wing politicians. It would allow them to launch which hunts on those the U.S. wanted out of the way. Sérgio Moro, a Brazilian judge, took part in U.S. program. Fed with (dis-)information from the U.S. he launched lawfare against then President Lula of Brasil and his Worker Party. The campaign was successful. In 2018 Lula was put into jail solely based on dubious claims made by one criminal witness.
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MoA—That the ‘western’ mainstream media and their sectarain analysts continue to glorify al-Sarout, despite all that is known about him and his group, is a sure sign that the war the ‘west’ wages through its Jihadi proxies against Syria is far from over.
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EDWARD S HERMAN—The self-deception and patriotic biases internalized by media personnel were displayed in their 100 percent inability, from 1954 to today, to call the U.S. intervention and ultimate direct invasion of Vietnam either an “invasion” or “aggression.” It was also beautifully illustrated in James Reston’s statement in 1965 that the United States, which from beginning to almost the very end believed it could impose its preferred rulers by virtue of its superior military power, was in Vietnam to establish the “principle…that no state shall use military force or the threat of military force to achieve its political objectives.”