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Chemical Weapons Attack in Syria: Faked Evidence, Says MIT Expert

Posted on April 15, 2017

A professor who challenged the 2013 claims of a chemical attack in Syria is now questioning the Trump administration’s narrative blaming the Assad government for the April 4 attack in the Idlib province town of Khan Shaykhun. . . . “I believe it can be shown, without doubt, that the document does not provide any […]

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Aleppo: Reversal of the Neocons’ 1991 Foreign Policy Coup

Written by Gary North on December 17, 2016

The victory of Assad over the rebels in Aleppo this week marked the reversal of a foreign policy coup that began in Washington in the immediate aftermath of America’s Saudi-funded victory in the Desert Storm war in February 1991. The coup began no later than March 1991. The next phase began in November 2001 in […]

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If the Power Grid Goes Down

Written by Gary North on September 17, 2016

An Oregon state senator sent an email to his constituents this week. It reports on recent drills the state has quietly conducted. More states should do this. Then they should openly report on the findings. Forewarned is forearmed. If the grid ever goes down do to a cyberattack, life in affected communities will change dramatically. […]

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Connect the Dots: Omar Mateen’s Taliban Father

Written by Gary North on June 18, 2016

The whole story of the Orlando shooting seems a little . . . how should I say it? . . . strange. The shooter worked for nine years for a security firm that is under contract with the Department of Homeland Security. Background checks? “No problem!” His father is well-connected. Way up high connected. U.S. […]

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The Willingness to Die for a Cause

Written by Gary North on June 18, 2016

Here is the story that no news agency ran over the weekend: Oman Mateen, a 29-year old American citizen born in New York, shot and killed 49 party-goers at a gay bar in Orlando, Florida. A few hours before the attack, Mateen had called 9-11 and had declared his allegiance to ISIS, the Islamic terrorist […]

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The Medal of Freedom Winner Who Gave Us ISIS

Written by Gary North on December 19, 2015

Here is my challenge. Name this man. His influence was crucial in creating Iraq. You can see him here: the journalist. He is wearing a hat. His name is not Bentley. Until Paul Harvey replaced him, he had the longest radio career. He is now in second place. He anchored the first television news broadcast. […]

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How I Got on Osama’s Reading List

Written by Gary North on May 23, 2015

The U.S. government has released a list of English-language books in the library of the fellow who got killed in Pakistan by the Seals in 2011. Here is the book list. One of them is Antony Sutton’s The Best Enemy Money Can Buy (1986). I wrote the Foreword. You can read it here. Who knows? […]

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ISIS Funding: Our Tax Dollars at Work

Written by Gary North on February 21, 2015

Follow the money. Then follow the weapons. Then follow the mainstream media, which do not follow either the money or the weapons. The last 2 minutes get to the point: a retired NATO commander speaks out. But to appreciate this, view the first 19 minutes. Over a million people have seen this video. You should, […]

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