ICH Headlines 16 May 2017

16 May 2017 — Information Clearing House

It Is Fakenews Day

By Moon Of Alabama

These three stories are false or widely exaggerated. North Korea, Syria and the U.S. President are the targets.

Russian Hacker Claims U.S. Offer of Cash, Citizenship for Confession

By Tom O’Connor

U.S. officials offered to cut him a deal if he admitted to interfering in the 2016 presidential election.

A Murderous History of Korea

By Bruce Cumings

No one is willing to accept that North Koreans may have valid reasons for not accepting the American definition of reality.

Truth Commission Reveals History of Korean War

By Eric Struch

No one is willing to accept that North Koreans may have valid reasons for not accepting the American definition of reality.

Gorbachev Warns of Growing Danger

By Rick Sterling

Americans visiting Russia heard dire warnings from ex-Soviet President Gorbachev.

Germany and NATO: Preparing for a “Fascist Repression” in Europe?

By Peter Koenig

Europeans – on the barricades now, before it’s too late!

Putin Tells Beijing Forum: The Future Belongs to Eurasia

By RI Staff

This partnership must shift the political and economic landscape of the continent and bring peace, stability, prosperity and a new quality of life to Eurasia.

Al Jazeera’s Fall From Grace

By Whitney Webb

How A News Outlet Became A Tool Of The State.

How Israeli Schools Help Sabotage Peace Prospects

By Jonathan Cook

If a society’s future lies with its children, the outlook for Israelis and Palestinians is bleak indeed.

Comey Memo Says Trump Asked Him to End Flynn Investigation

By Michael Schmidt

President Trump asked the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, to shut down the federal investigation into Michael T. Flynn, in an Oval Office meeting.

Trump Is the Symptom, Not the Disease

By Chris Hedges

The crisis we face is the result of a four-decade-long, corporate coup that has rendered the citizen impotent.

Trump Is Fighting For His Life

By Philip Giraldi

Until Donald Trump has unambiguously broken a law the critics should take a valium and relax.