Ever since Imran Khan became the 22nd Prime Minister of Pakistan in August 2018, the winds have changed. While his predecessors, though generally leaning eastwards, have often wavered between the US and the China orbit, Khan is in the process of clearly defining his alliances with the east, in particular China. This is for the good of his country, for the good of …
- 2 August
As the world approaches the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), mothers and children continue to bear the brunt of the ongoing Saudi-led war in Yemen. The brutal conflict continues to cost the lives of civilians, with a mother and six newborns dying every two hours due to poor health care services, the U.N. …
- 7 July
Abby Martin was recently on Joe Rogans podcast, she talked in depth about her work in Venezuela and how the truth of the situation is vastly different from what the media would have us believe.
- 7 July
This article is by Caitlin Johnstone The old ways have failed us, and yet we keep trying to preserve them. We sit on the brink of extinction, as great a failure as a species can possibly attain, yet still we look to the past for advice. The ancestors built a system which rewards sociopathy, and now we are ruled by …
- 23 June
US President Donald Trump may have stepped back from the idea of military action against Iran, but this has not stopped the US from beginning a cyber attack on the nation, RT News reports: President Trump approved the cyber offensive against the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, the Washington Post reported, citing people familiar with the matter. Although the attack came after …
- 18 June
Iran Air flight 655, flight of an Iranian airliner that was shot down by the missile cruiser USS Vincenneson July 3, 1988, over the Strait of Hormuz, killing all 290 people on board.
- 18 June
Its no secret that the US and its Western allies have had Iran on their 'to do list' for some time, after all conquering the middle east has been a favourite pass time for the West for several decades now.
- 15 June
“…it would be far more preferable if the United States could cite an Iranian provocation as justification for the airstrikes before launching them. Clearly, the more outrageous, the more deadly, and the more unprovoked the Iranian action, the better off the United States would be. Of course, it would be very difficult for the United States to goad Iran into such a …
- 8 June
Weapons of Mass Deception, a 100-minute non-fiction film, explores this story with the findings of a gutsy, media insider-turned-outsider, former network journalist, Danny Schechter, who is one of America’s most prolific media critics. Schechter says he “self-embedded” himself in his living room to monitor media coverage, by fastidiously tracking the TV coverage on a daily basis. He wrote thousands of …
- 6 June
The official trailer for the latest Call of Duty was released a few days ago, and it features the Syria narrative management operation known as the White Helmets depicted in heroic roles.