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The U.S. Empire Deliberately Stokes Hatred And Violence In The Middle East
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The U.S. Empire Deliberately Stokes Hatred And Violence In The Middle East
May 17, 2024

Have you not seen how the US empire uses the radicalism caused by its military violence in the middle east to justify more military expansionism in the region, leading to more military violence?

The Christmas gift that keeps giving
April 16, 2024

The list could be extended much longer, but the overall conclusion must be that with all the complexity and uncertainty that marks today’s conflicts, there is one common thread: military intervention by the US to resolve conflicts between and within other countries.

The Christmas gift that keeps giving
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McConnell cannot stop the non-interventionist tide
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McConnell cannot stop the non-interventionist tide
April 9, 2024

Even Republican stalwarts like current Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell are starting to notice that something is shifting in the party. While McConnell announced recently that he would step down as Republican leader in the US Senate, in an interview last week he was adamant that he would continue to serve out his term in the Senate with one purpose in mind: “fighting back against the isolationist movement in my own party.”

U.S. Interventionism in Latin America is to Blame for Ecuadorian Civil War
January 15, 2024

Deteriorating social conditions, dollarization and lack of punishment for criminals have been key aspects of Ecuadorian politics since the U.S.-led regime change in the country.

U.S. Interventionism in Latin America is to Blame for Ecuadorian Civil War
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Intervencionismo dos EUA na América Latina é culpado pela guerra civil equatoriana
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Intervencionismo dos EUA na América Latina é culpado pela guerra civil equatoriana
January 14, 2024

A deterioração das condições sociais, a dolarização e a falta de punição para os criminosos têm sido aspectos fundamentais da política equatoriana desde a mudança de regime liderada pelos EUA no país.

From Chi-Town Bagman to ECOWAS Chairman: Meet the Former Money Launderer Leading the Push to Invade Niger
August 7, 2023

Since the overthrow of Niger’s US-friendly government, West African nations of the ECOWAS bloc have threatened an invasion of their neighbor. Before leading the charge for intervention, ECOWAS chair Bola Tinubu spent years laundering millions for heroin dealers in Chicago, and has since been ensnared in numerous corruption scandals.

From Chi-Town Bagman to ECOWAS Chairman: Meet the Former Money Launderer Leading the Push to Invade Niger
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Veterans Push Back Against Military Recruitment in Schools
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Veterans Push Back Against Military Recruitment in Schools
July 28, 2023

The branches of the U.S. military have long seen high schools as optimal recruiting grounds. Some veterans are beginning to fight the propaganda and tell students the truth about military service.

The U.S. Political and Financial Frankenstein Is Well and Truly Out
April 15, 2023

If they had allowed peace to prevail and provided they had conceded to NATO being dismantled because the Warsaw Pact did, the situation now in 2023 would not be the same.

The U.S. Political and Financial Frankenstein Is Well and Truly Out
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