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Trump Invades Syria

Make no mistake: this is big news. And very bad news By Daniel McAdams Global Research, March 09, 2017 Ron Paul Institute Although the Syrian army, with its ally Russia, has made significant gains against ISIS over the past week or so, the Washington Post is reporting tonight that President Trump has for the first time sent … Continue reading

How Shimon Peres Stole the Nuclear Bomb with a Bluff, and Why Military Censor Doesn’t Want Israelis to Know about It

Shimon Peres had a severe stroke two days ago and while his health has improved since he entered the hospital, at age 93, he is in the twilight of his years.  It’s appropriate to take stock of his legacy as an epochal figure who spans the founding of the State to the present day.  I can’t think of another active … Continue reading

Former Mossad chief predicts end for ‘fear-monger’ Netanyahu and his administration

This post was originally published on this site sott.net/news © http://www.rt.com      Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu’s rule is based on “fear” and his days in the office are numbered after he appointed controversial right-wing politician Avigdor Lieberman as defense minister, former Mossad director Efraim Halevy told Al Jazeera. “I think he is a fearmonger. I … Continue reading

Islamic Cleric Kidnapped by CIA, Defends Convicted Agents — Calls them ‘Scapegoats’ for the US Elite

Washington, D.C. – A radical Egyptian cleric who was kidnapped off the streets of Milan, Italy by the CIA in 2003 is speaking out in defense of one of the CIA officer convicted for her alleged participation in his illegal abduction known as extraordinary rendition. In a phone interview with The Guardian, Hassan Mustafa Osama … Continue reading