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Exposing a Shoddy Sarin Attack Narrative

October 9, 2017  Antiwar.com – Gareth Porter Eliot Higgins is a “nonresident senior fellow” with the Atlantic Council whose functions appear to include seeking to discredit any reporting or analysis and documentation that conflicts with the DC-based think tank’s interventionist agenda. Higgins’ agenda dovetails closely with his employer’s funders in NATO as …

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Is Israel’s Netanyahu preparing for War on Iranian Special Ops in Syria?

August 29, 2017, Informed Comment – Juan Cole Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu filled the ear of visiting UN secretary general Antonio Guterres with complaints about Iran and Hizbullah on the latter’s visit to the region. He complained that the UN border patrol, UNIFIL, in South Lebanon, has not reported the thousands …

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Conflict in Syria Far From Resolved. US Bombings Targeting Raqqa Residential Areas. 78 Civilians Killed in Last 24 Hours.

August 24, 2017, GlobalResearch – Stephen Lendman In the last 24 hours alone, local media sources and survivors reported US-led so-called coalition warplanes massacred 78 civilians in three Raqqa neighborhoods. Homes and infrastructure were targeted, no ISIS or other terrorists at or around areas struck. The attack was cold-blooded murder like …

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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 Leverage Trump-Hate for More Wars

August 9, 2017, Consortiumnews.com – Robert Parry A savvy Washington observer once told me that the political reality about the neoconservatives is that they alone couldn’t win you a single precinct in the United States. But both Republicans and Democrats still line up to gain neocon support or at least …

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