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UN Investigates Drone Strikes

| January 27, 2013

The Guardian reports that the UN is launching an investigation into US drone strikes in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Yemen and Somalia. This comes at the request of Pakistan and two permanent members of the Security Council. British lawyer Ben Emmerson, the UN special rapporteur leading the investigation, will also review drone strikes Israel has carried out […]

Ron Paul on Ending the Tragedy in Gaza

| December 2, 2012

Retiring Congressman Ron Paul, former candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, comes down on the same side as many progressives on the Israeli occupation of Palestine. A recent post on his website, reiterates comments he made when was president about Gaza being nothing but a vast concentration camp. It has never mattered to Paul which […]

CIA Officials Face Arrest in Pakistan

| October 21, 2012

According to the British Mail Online, Pakistani human rights lawyer Shahzad Akbar has filed two separate court cases intended to trigger a formal murder investigation into the roles of two US officials responsible for ordering drone strikes which killed teachers, students and policemen in the tribal areas of Pakistan. The officials are Jonathan Banks, former […]

The Tipton 3 vs the CIA

| August 27, 2012

The Road to Guantanamo (Free download – 2006 Directed by Morgan Spurlock) If film won’t play go to Film Review The Road to Guantanomo is docudrama about the Tipton 3, three British Muslims who were captured along with dozens of civilian refugees when the Afghan town of Kunduz fell to the Northern Alliance. When […]

Drone Warrior Obama Tries to Explain Mass Shooting

| July 23, 2012

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The Truth About Syria’s Civil War

| April 20, 2012

Anyone who has followed the war in Iraq is aware of the bitter religious and political rivalry between Sunni and Shia Muslims. Thus it’s pity that the mainstream corporate media fails to enlighten us about the major sectarian conflict underlying the civil war in Syria. Yes, civil war. For thirteen months, the Muslim Brotherhood, which […]

The Impact of OWS on Foreign Policy

| November 7, 2011

The American political landscape is undergoing rapid change. A book I published seven weeks ago on political change (Revolutionary Change: An Expatriate View) is already out of date, and I’m hard at work on a second edition. No one dared hope that the simple anti-greed message of five hundred demonstrators camped out in a Wall […]

America’s Proxy Energy Wars

| July 20, 2011

My last blog suggested that the current US wars in the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia are really proxy wars with China over oil and gas resources. I continue the discussion by outlining the crucial Chinese and US alliances in the region. China‘s Strategic Alliance with Pakistan Obama’s and Hillary Clinton’s recent threats […]

Global Capitalism: a House of Cards

| July 18, 2011

This is the first of a series of posts discussing the likelihood that capitalism is on the verge of collapse and what a post-capitalistic world might look like. Fatal Debt Contagion As the global recession and debt crisis worsens, even mainstream analysts are starting to speculate that global capitalism is on the verge of collapse. […]

The President with No Past: Part II

| April 4, 2011

Obama’s secrecy and evasiveness about his early life has only fueled speculation about his alleged links to the CIA. Sherman Skolnick, the late Chicago based court reformer, journalist and conspiracy buff, first raised the issue when the Russians detained Senator Obama in 2004. Any evidence Skolnick had for his claims has been scrubbed from the […]