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Countering Western Disinformation on Russia and Other Nations Opposing the American Empire

 

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Lethal hypocrisies

Lethal hypocrisies

Lily Pad Roll: Journey to the Outposts of the Empire by Gaither Stewart Trepper & Katz Impact Books, 344 pp, $12.45 (Paper) Also available in electronic format at $6.99 Reviewed by Branford Perry, Hipographia I just finished a second reading ...
OpEds—Pussy Riot, The Unfortunate Dupes of Amerikan Hegemony

OpEds—Pussy Riot, The Unfortunate Dupes of Amerikan Hegemony

By Paul Craig Roberts [dropcap] M[/dropcap]y heart goes out to the three Russian women who comprise the Russian rock band, Pussy Riot. They were brutally deceived and used by the Washington-financed NGOs that have infiltrated Russia. Pussy Riot was sent on ...
Pussy Riot nonsense? Hold your opinions.

Pussy Riot nonsense? Hold your opinions.

L'affaire des Pussies Editor's Note:  I copy below a HuffPo report on the "Pussy Riot" case, a strange development which, if true, certainly casts a bad hue on Vladimir Putin, and on the government's appeal to nationalism—which may be necessary ...
Sungur Savran: A (somewhat) different take on Syria

Sungur Savran: A (somewhat) different take on Syria

The   B u l l e t Socialist Project • E-Bulletin No. 676 Syria Between Revolution and Counterrevolution Sungur Savran The struggle between the Baath regime of Bashar al-Assad and the popular masses of the city and country in Syria that started on ...
Tomgram: U.S. Empire Of Bases Grows

Tomgram: U.S. Empire Of Bases Grows

Editor's Note: By sheer coincidence the badly under-reported subject of US military bases around the world (and their purposes) is finally receiving some serious attention in various essays and two forthcoming books, one by David Vine, the author of this ...
Cold War Politics Redux

Cold War Politics Redux

by Stephen Lendman America calling Russian elections illegitimate is a joke, says correspondent Lendman.  "US Elections are scripted theater. Secrecy and back room deals substitute for a free, fair and open process. Candidates are pre-selected. Big money owns them. Key ...

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Tom Riviere December 25, 2022 - 4:51 am

If Vladimir Putin is described as a war criminal, thug, dictator, and modern-day Hitler, it is appropriate and indeed necessary to ask about American presidents. For brevity’s sake consider only those American presidents who served since 2001. U.S. invasions and interventions in western Asia, North Africa, Central Asia, and the Horn of Africa have displaced more than 37 million people since the “war on terror” began. Why shouldn’t George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump, and Joe Biden be called war criminals too? Silence in the face of their criminality gives license and approval to U.S. aggression.

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