Why the United States Always Loses Its Wars By Joachim Hagopian

13 February 2015 — Global Research

War USAAmerica loses all its wars because it seems we’ve always been on the wrong side of history. Morally nor legally should any nation have the right to invade and occupy another sovereign nation, much less believe it can achieve victory in long, protracted wars. Yet in violation of all ethical precepts and all international laws, the sole global superpower citing its impunity through exceptionalism hypocritically insists it can maintain its moral high ground in its relentless pursuit of regime changes anywhere it so chooses on earth. We are the global village bully that’s hated by much of the world. And it’s pure self-aggrandizing bullshit to perpetrate the myth that America is hated because of our “freedom,” another rhetorical brainwashing lie. We now live in a fascist totalitarian police state run by a globalized crime syndicate of the central banking cabal. As of last April per a Princeton-Northwestern study the US has officially been designated an oligarchy.

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The Importance of Being Grecian Earnest By S. Artesian

15 February 2015 — The Wolf Report: Nonconfidential analysis for the anti-investor

The challenge to, and the predicament of struggle in Greece is not one of “good” or “bad;” nor of  “electoralism” versus “anti-electoralism;” nor of parliamentary, or ministerial, cretinism vs. anti-parliamentary popular power (in this last case, not yet). 

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New at Strategic Culture Foundation 8-14 February 2015

14 February 2015 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Washington Wastes No Time to Sabotage Minsk

14.02.2015 | 00:00 | Finian CUNNINGHAM

With their noses out of joint and egos bruised, the United States and its European lieutenants immediately got to work to undermine the Minsk ceasefire deal by twisting the terms of the accord and seeking to frame Russia for its imminent failure… Russian President Vladimir Putin deserves huge credit for showing statesmanlike leadership over the Ukraine crisis. The trouble is that the Americans are playing a very different and dirty game in which there are no rules to abide by. 

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