Death Is in Charge of the Clattering Train of US Security Policy By Martin Sieff

22 October 2018 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Does the US Deep State really want to provoke a thermonuclear world war with Russia, China and Iran at the same time? The recklessness and confusion of US policies provoking major crises on every side certainly suggests so. Yet the truth may be even more terrifying.

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Squalid London – Our Own Swamp. Corrupt Money and The City of London By True Publica and Craig Murray

22 October 2018 — TruePublicaCraig Murray

As HMS BrexitBrittania looks ever more likely to head in the same southerly direction as mothership Titanic, there is one backstop where all parliamentarians can agree – The City of London, often referred to as Britain’s second empire, must be saved at all costs.

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War, censorship, and the invention of “fake news”

22 October 2018 — WSWS

Under conditions of mounting social opposition and escalating plans for military conflict, the US political establishment is moving ever more brazenly to implement internet censorship.

On Saturday, the two principal newspapers of the political establishment, the New York Times and the Washington Post, published editorials demanding an intensification of political censorship on social media. The Times, in “The Poison on Facebook and Twitter

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US Tears up Landmark INF Treaty By Andrei Akulov

21 October 2018 — Strategic Culture Foundation

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President Donald Trump has announced the decision to exit from the bedrock 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF Treaty), which bans all land-based missiles carrying both nuclear and conventional warheads with ranges of 500 to 5,500 kilometers, or 310 to 3,420 miles shorter- and intermediate-range missiles. It does not cover air-launched or sea-launched weapons. National Security Adviser (NSA) John R. Bolton is going to discuss the president’s decision with the Russian leadership during his upcoming visit to Moscow on Oct. 22-23.

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Shipment Of Chemical Weapons Arrives Jisr Al-Shughur In Syria’s Idlib Province – Report

21 October 2018 — South Front

Russian military inspect suspected chemical weapons workshop in Aleppo, November 14, 2016

Russian military inspect suspected chemical weapons workshop in Aleppo, November 14, 2016 © / Ruptly

Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), the former branch of al-Qaeda in Syria, moved several chemical weapons containers from the town of Maarrat Misrin in northern Idlib to the city of Jisr al-Shughur in the northwestern part of the governorate, a local source revealed to the Russian news agency Sputnik.

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ICC Prosecutor: The Demolition of Khan al-Ahmar Bedouin Community Is a War Crime Committed by Israel By Ali Salam

21 October 2018 — IMEMC

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The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, released a statement on Wednesday, with regard to Palestine. She refers to the Bedouin community of Khan al-Ahmar, stating that “extensive destruction of property without military necessity, as well as population transfers in an occupied territory constitute war crimes under the Rome Statute.”

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