LIVE: Mass Vaccination, Lockdowns and Permanent War, with Denis Rancourt and Dan Cohen

Friday, 5 August 2022 — MintPress News

LIVE: Mass Vaccination, Lockdowns and Permanent War, with Denis Rancourt and Dan Cohen
104 watching now Started streaming 25 minutes ago MintPress News’ Dan Cohen is joined by scientist Denis Rancourt to discuss his latest research paper on mass COVID-vaccination. They will discuss lockdowns, climate and the permanent war state, and how all of these issues are related.

The killing of Ayman al-Zawahiri:  the tip of the targeted killing iceberg

Wednesday, 3 August 2022 — Drone Wars

Chris Cole

President Biden announcing the targeted killing of Ayman al-Zawahiri

Drone assassination returned briefly to the top of the news agenda this week with the US targeted killing of al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri in Kabul. Many could be forgiven for thinking this was the first drone targeted killing since the assassination of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani in January 2020, but behind the scenes the use of drones for these type of operations is growing – and spreading.
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The Biggest Lie The Hawks Ever Sold: Notes From The Edge Of The Narrative Matrix

Tuesday, 19 July 2022 — Caitlin Johnson

Caitlin Johnstone

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The US is the only nation on earth whose entire economy is built on arms manufacturing and security guarantees to tyrannical Gulf states. It’s not just correct to call the US empire a uniquely evil power structure, it’s correct to say it’s impossible for it not to be.
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Anatomy of a Coup: How CIA Front Laid Foundations for Ukraine War

1 July 2022 — Kit’s Newsletter

Kit Klarenberg

Obvious examples of Central Intelligence Agency covert action abroad are difficult to identify today, save for occasional acknowledged calamities, such as the long-running $1 billion effort to overthrow the government of Syria, via funding, training and arming barbarous jihadist groups.

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Empire To Expand NATO In Response To War Caused By NATO Expansion

Wednesday, 29 June 2022 — Caitlin Johnson

Caitlin Johnstone

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Turkey’s President Erdoğan has officially withdrawn Ankara’s objection to the addition of Finland and Sweden to NATO membership, with the three countries signing a trilateral memorandum at a NATO summit in Madrid.

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While Biden Gives Ukrainian Army “The Most Lethal Weapon,” War Profiteer BAE Systems Stock Soars

Monday, 27 June 2022 — CovertAction Magazine

Ukraine service members fire a shell from a M-777 Howitzer from Ukrainian position in Peski toward Donetsk. [Source:]

Sending Ukraine a $300 million shipment of powerful M-777 howitzers is a lobbying triumph for BAE Systems, one of the many war industry corporations fattening on the death and destruction of the Ukraine war

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Has Russia turned the Western alliance into an unstoppable behemoth?

Thursday, 16 June 2022 — Quid Est Veritas

Let’s consider the differences in Grand Strategy that play into tactical prowess

Thomas Bergman

In the Western corporate media, you often hear of Russian casualties and destruction and how many economic benefits Russians are deprived of as a result of the military operation in Ukraine.  They speak of Russian “isolation” and how much that isolation supposedly costs Russia and her people, even to the point of predicting that the Russian government would topple under the weight of sanctions.  You hear about how much Russia has lost in this period of history, as Western leaders, from President Biden to Ursula von der Leyen, attempt to portray the policies of the West as imposing supreme costs upon the Russian state.  Yet do we consider the opposite?  Do we consider how Russia is benefitting militarily from the conflict?  Do we consider how much the Russian economy is growing in importance while ours wavers from self-imposed wounds?  Dare we say, even, that Russia could even win an expanded conflict with the Western alliance?  Let’s consider how differences in grand strategy yield surprising results.

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‘Damned Fun’ – ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ And The Military-Entertainment Complex

Tuesday, 7 June 2022 — Media Lens

In 1990, Tom Cruise, star of the 1986 blockbuster, ‘Top Gun’, said:

‘Some people felt that “Top Gun” was a right-wing film to promote the Navy. And a lot of kids loved it. But I want the kids to know that’s not the way war is – that “Top Gun” was just an amusement park ride, a fun film with a PG-13 rating that was not supposed to be reality. That’s why I didn’t go on and make “Top Gun II” and “III” and “IV” and “V.” That would have been irresponsible.’

It would indeed, and one can only admire Cruise’s honesty and selfless determination… in 1990…  not to mislead young people.

Why, then, 32 years later, would Cruise decide to appear in ‘Top Gun: Maverick’? The Daily Mail provides a clue:
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 Elon Musk Is Not a Renegade Outsider – He’s a Massive Pentagon Contractor

 Tuesday, 31 May 2022 — MintPress News

AUSTIN, TEXAS – Elon Musk’s proposed takeover of Twitter has ruffled many feathers among professional commentators. “Musk is the wrong leader for Twitter’s vital mission,” read one Bloomberg headline. The network also insisted, “Nothing in the Tesla CEO’s track record suggests he will be a careful steward of an important media property.” “Elon Musk is the last person who should take over Twitter,” wrote Max Boot in The Washington Post, explaining that “[h]e seems to believe that on social media anything goes. For democracy to survive, we need more content moderation, not less.” The irony of outlets owned by Michael Bloomberg and Jeff Bezos warning of the dangers of permitting a billionaire oligarch to control our media was barely commented upon.

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The secret, US-financed Ukrainian military programs

Tuesday, 31 May 2022 — Voltaire Network

by Thierry Meyssan

In 2016, the United States committed to arming Ukraine to fight and win a war against Russia. Subsequently, the US Department of Defense organized a biological research program in Ukraine, and then huge amounts of nuclear fuel were secretly transferred to the country. These data change the interpretation of this war: it was not wanted and prepared by Moscow, but by Washington. 

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General Dynamics Calls Critics “Radical Skeptics” for “Undermining” US Foreign Policy

Monday, 9 May 2022 — MintPress News

General Dynamics recently rejected a human rights proposal on the grounds that it would “undermine shareholder value and more notably, “embed radical skepticism toward U.S. foreign policy.”

By Shea Leibow

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RESTON, VIRGINIA (CODEPINK On May 4th, General Dynamics held its annual shareholder meeting. This meeting took place virtually, possibly in response to last year when shareholders were able to directly engage with the General Dynamics Board and ask how they justify the destruction and death their weapons cause.

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History of World War II: Russia’s Defeat of Nazi Germany (1941-1945)

Friday, 6 May 2022 — Global Research

Review of Professor Richard Overy’s Book “Russia’s War”

By Dr. Leon Tressell

“Little, perhaps nothing, of the experience of most Western readers and historians will have prepared them for what they will find in the history of Russia’s War’’ – Richard Overy

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