An Act of Conspiracy?

“This conjunction of an immense military establishment and a large arms industry is new in the American experience. The total influence — economic, political, even spiritual — is felt in every city, every statehouse, every office of the federal government. We recognize the imperative need for this development. Yet we must not fail to comprehend . . . → Read More: An Act of Conspiracy?

Pak Mil Chief’s vist to USA, fighting global terrorism

(By M K Bhadrakumar) The five-day visit by Pakistani army chief General Raheel Sharif to the United States is becoming curioser and curioser. According to the Voice of America, Sharif’s visit is not at the invitation of the American side. The Indian media went to town, mocking at the general for having “invited himself”. But . . . → Read More: Pak Mil Chief’s vist to USA, fighting global terrorism

Who is actually in control of United States of America

US President Barack Obama’s business-like meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the G20 summit at the weekend belies a spate of bellicose comments made by the Pentagon towards Moscow. So, who is in control: Obama or the generals?

The two leaders held an earnest 35-minute face-to-face discussion on the opening day . . . → Read More: Who is actually in control of United States of America

Raheel Sharif in USA, important meetings ahead

Pakistan’s military chief General Raheel Sharif is to begin a crucial five-day visit to the United States on Monday. Officials say that “pressing issues” such as regional counterterrorism and Afghan peace efforts will top the agenda of the meetings with top American officials.

General Sharif is scheduled to meet with his U.S. military counterparts and . . . → Read More: Raheel Sharif in USA, important meetings ahead

The brutal false flag acts – nothing new

Presidents, Prime Ministers, Congressmen, Generals, Spooks, Soldiers and Police ADMIT to False Flag Terror.

In the following instances, officials in the government which carried out the attack (or seriously proposed an attack) admit to it, either orally, in writing, or through photographs or videos:

(1) Japanese troops set off a small explosion on a train . . . → Read More: The brutal false flag acts – nothing new

Obama not too hopeful of bringing back the troops anytime soon

(By Greg Jaffe)In meeting after meeting this spring and summer, President Obama insisted that the last American troops in Afghanistan would return home by the end of his presidency, definitively ending the longest war in American history.

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What Americans and world need to know about USA

(By Tom Engelhardt) Given the cluttered landscape of the last 14 years, can you even faintly remember the moment when the Berlin Wall came down, the Cold War ended in a stunned silence of shock and triumph in Washington, Eastern Europe was freed, Germany unified, and the Soviet Union vanished from the face of the . . . → Read More: What Americans and world need to know about USA

The bumpy path of war against terror

(By Asif Haroon Raja) By the time PPP regime took over in March 2008 Fazlullah had created a state within state in Swat and adjoining districts. Former President Zardari and PM Gilani were forced to order a big operation in Swat in April 2009 after Fazlullah broke the peace deal signed two months earlier and . . . → Read More: The bumpy path of war against terror

Europe is facing the brunt of failed US policies

(By Bill Van Auken) The gut-wrenching images of a three-year-old Syrian boy washed up on a Turkish beach, lying face-down in the sand, his lifeless body then cradled by a rescue worker, have brought home to people all over the world the desperate crisis that is unfolding on Europe’s borders.

The family of the toddler, . . . → Read More: Europe is facing the brunt of failed US policies

India might blame Pakistan’s ISI for planting Modi as their PM

The statement by the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov on Wednesday acknowledging that Moscow and Islamabad are engaged in negotiations for the supply of the latest Russian version of Su-35 fighter jet to its “closest partner” Pakistan doesn’t comes as a surprise. This has been the stuff of kite flying by the Russian media . . . → Read More: India might blame Pakistan’s ISI for planting Modi as their PM