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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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A War With Syria Has Begun

Written by Gary North on April 8, 2017

Woodrow Wilson won the election of 1916 because he campaigned on a platform of peace. He had kept us out of war. On April 2, 1917, he asked Congress for a declaration of war against Germany. The Senate voted to go to war on April 4. It took until April 6 for the House of […]

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David Rockefeller: No More Secret Meetings

Written by Gary North on March 25, 2017

David Rockefeller was a very nice evil man. So was his father. He always thought he was doing the right thing. Maybe once in a while he did something really good. I just can’t think of anything. Rockefeller was a big promoter of modern art. So was his brother Nelson. The brothers promoted an artistic […]

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How Trump Can Pull NATO’s Nuclear Plug

Written by Gary North on January 28, 2017

People in the media all think that they have the wisdom to advise President Trump. Frankly, they don’t. Of course, I am an exception. He should listen to me on this point. I am going to suggest something that I think he really should do. It would be good for the nation and good for […]

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Putin: A Nationalist with Nuclear Weapons

Written by Gary North on January 21, 2017

Vladimir Putin is hated by the Western Leftist Establishment. A representative example is the final speech of Obama’s appointee to the United Nations, the institutional incarnation of internationalism. Ironically, her name is Power. She never had any, and neither has the UN. He is hated by these people for good reason. He is the most […]

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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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Mission Unaccomplished: Today’s Army

Written by Gary North on November 5, 2016

You are about to see an aesthetically impressive video ad. It is a series of photos. The script gets a key idea across. It has a voice-over by an effective speaker. It has ominous music. In the private sector, this could be produced for under $1,000 if the music and photos were royalty-free. It could […]

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Hillary Signed Off on NATO’s Plan for Attacking Russia

Written by Gary North on June 13, 2015

The British newspaper The Guardian has released information on a secret NATO plan to go to war with Russia in defense of Eastern Europe. It turns out that Hillary Clinton approved of this plan when she was Secretary of State. How did The Guardian find out about this? Wikileaks. Washington and its western allies have […]

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The Iran Nuclear Threat

Written by Robert Murphy on March 5, 2015

by Robert Murphy I am a professional economist, not a military strategist or historian. Nonetheless, I think I can offer some perspective on typical arguments for U.S. government military action. Consider the following excerpt from a NYT article by Chris Hedges, titled, “Iran May Be Able to Build an Atomic Bomb in 5 Years, U.S. […]

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