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What Are We To Believe? Fake news plus phony “intelligence” equal disaster

August 12, 2017, AntiWar.com – Justin Raimondo The Washington Post has published a story claiming that the North Korean regime of Kim Jong Un has succeeded in miniaturizing a nuclear warhead small enough to fit onto an intercontinental ballistic missile. It’s another “leak” coming from an intelligence community that seemingly does little these days …

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Neocons Have Been Destroying Sovereign Nations for 20 Years

August 7, 2017, Defend Democracy Press – Neil Clark A resource-rich, socialist-led, multi-ethnic secular state, with an economic system characterized by a high level of public/social ownership and generous provision of welfare, education and social services. An independent foreign policy with friendship and good commercial ties with Russia, support for …

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Appetite for War: the US, Israel and Saudi Arabia v. Iran

August 5, 2017, CounterPunch – Vijay Prashad On June 14, when United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson went before the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee, Republican Congressman Ted Poe of Texas asked him about the government’s policy towards Iran. “Well,” Tillerson paused, “our Iranian policy is under development.” Poe …

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Billions of Dollars’ Worth of Weapons Brought into Syria, “Arms Traffic Organized by CIA and Pentagon”

July 20, 2017, Global Research – Thierry Meyssan Over the last seven years, several billion dollars’ worth of armament has been illegally introduced into Syria – a fact which in itself is enough to disprove the myth according to which this war is a democratic revolution. Numerous documents attest to …

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The Crossed Wires of the “Syrian Revolution”

July 20, 2017, Global Research – Ollie Richardson Given impetus after the September 11th attacks in New York in 2001, the technology of “colour revolutions” as an element of fourth generation warfare has become the primary method of hijacking the functions of a foreign sovereign State. This is partially due it being both economically …

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Photos Of Aleppo Rising: Swimsuits, Concerts And Rebuilding In First Jihadi-Free Summer

July 19, 2017, ZeroHedge – Tyler Durden When taxi and bus drivers take journalists into Syria via the Beirut-Damascus Highway these days, there’s a common greeting that has become a kind of local tradition as the drivers pull into their Damascus area destinations. They confidently tell their passengers: “welcome to the real Syria.” …

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US War in Syria Far From Over

July 19, 2017, Global Research – Stephen Lendman Since Russia intervened in Syria at Assad’s request, the tide of battle turned in favor of government and allied forces, smashing US-supported terrorists, liberating many parts of the country. Yet conflict continues raging. Political analyst Jamal Wakeem believes long-range US rocket launchers deployed to …

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