Selected Articles: George H. W. Bush, Yellow Vests, Trade Wars, Israeli Apartheid

5 December 2018 — Global Research

George H.W. Bush’s Complicity in the 1991 “Highway of Death” Massacre.

By Joyce Chediac
When George H.W. Bush was president he ordered the massacre of Iraqi soldiers after the ceasefire in 1991, and after he had promised them safe passage out of Kuwait. Read more…
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Killing the Prospects for Arms Control: Selected Stories

2 December 2018 — Global Research

US Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Kill Prospects for Arms Control

By Andrei Akulov

New START limits the US and Russia each to no more than 1,550 deployed strategic warheads and 700 deployed strategic delivery vehicles. Effective since 2011, the agreement covers a 10-year period until February 2021 with the possibility of a five-year extension. Read more…
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NATO’s Largesse: “Nuclear Sharing” By Ann Garrison

30 November 2018 — Global Research

On November 10, a 5,290-ton Norwegian warship sank into one of the country’s inner fiords after colliding with a 62,557-ton tanker carrying almost 100 million liters of oil. CNN reported, “Now all that remains above the waterline is the frigate’s top, antennas and radar, leading local media to speculate how a ship designed for war failed to avoid a slow-moving, 62,557-ton tanker.”

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Strategic Waterways and “The Kerch Strait Incident”: Towards Military Escalation? By Prof Michel Chossudovsky

26 November 2018 — Global Research

On November 25, the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) reported that :

“three Ukrainian warships had illegally crossed Russia’s state border in the Black Sea and entered Russia’s territorial waters performing dangerous maneuvers…

All three Ukrainian Navy vessels … were detained in the Black Sea” (TASS, November 25).

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World War I Centenary: “War Is a Racket”. Unlimited Imperialism By Prof. Francis

12 November 2018 — Global Research
Don’t know how any of you feel about this. Been watching the Centenary Coverage on BBC and teaching origins of World War I to my law students because today it is looking like the run up to World War I all over again.

Ten Million People died for nothing. Smedley D. Butler had it right. War is a Racket. And Woodrow Wilson murdered 116,000+ Americans in that war. The American People and Congress did not want to fight in that God-forsaken war. Wilson lied, tricked, deceived, maneuvered and finagled us into that war.

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100 Years Ago: Commemorating Victory in the “Great War”. “Stirring the War Drums for the Next Big War” By Dr. Rudolf Hänsel

8 November 2018 — Global Research

Serbia in the Great War 1914-1918.

On November 11, 100 years ago, the First World War ended. At glamorous commemorative events, Western leaders will shed thick crocodile tears over the “twentieth-century catastrophe.”

However, this does not stop them from stirring the war drums for the next big war on behalf of the ruling elite at the same time: The US-led Nato exercises in Norway near the Russian border with 50,000 soldiers from 31 countries ever before the “emergency”, the two Great powers, Instead of “kneeling down” on the occasion of this centenary of the million victims of the largest military conflict in world history to date, the leading Western elite seeks sole world domination and gigantic war profits.

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Pipe Bombs: Frantic Denunciations of the False Flag Concept By Prof. Graeme McQueen

1 November 2018 — Global Research

Onto the 24-hour reality show that is U.S. politics, 15 package bombs recently made their entrance.

The devices were sent to vocal opponents of Mr. Trump, most of them prominent members of the Democratic Party.  The incident became public on October 25, less than two weeks before the November 6 elections that mark the middle of Trump’s first term.

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Jair Bolsonaro: Collapse of Democracy in Brazil? Selected Articles

30 October 218 — Global Research

Far-right Jair Bolsonaro Wins Brazil’s Presidential Elections

By Telesur, October 29, 2018

Far-right politician Jair Bolsonaro has won the Brazilian presidential elections with over 55 percent of the vote beating leftist Fernando Haddad who scored 44.3 percent in the country’s most polarized elections in decades.
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