Europe is taking off its gloves and lashing out at the US president in unusually strong language, and, in this case, the EU has the support of its population. The question is can the EU muster the muscle to face down an aggressive US?
“With friends like that, who needs enemies?” Donald Tusk, European Council President, May 16. Continue reading →
Ready to commit more war crimes
Washington’s idea to send Saudi troops to Syria is a last ditch attempt to save Jihadi extremists from total defeat and continue their push for regime change in Damascus. The result will be greater conflict, more death and destruction, and the real possibility of a Sunni extremist entity taking shape where ISIS was defeated. But above all, it will transform a Syrian proxy war into a full fledged regional conflict. This may be exactly what the United States is looking for. (Two errors corrected 4/22/2018) Continue reading →
This is an interview i did with Sputnik on France and Syria. Does that make me a Russian schrill?
“The first casualty of war is the truth.”
Reporting on Syria in the Western media is as close to fake news as propaganda can get. It is the most one-sided and on-side messaging we have seen since NATO intervened in Libya to put Sunni extremists and al Qaeda sympathizers in power.
First, the rebels in Aleppo are al Qaeda’s Jabhat al Nusra Front forced by the US to change their name last Summer to Jabhat Fatah al-Sham. These are Sunni extremists who slit throats on camera, kill minorities, especially Christians and Shiites, throw civil servants off the roves of five-story buildings (people like postal workers and clerks), send suicide bombers into markets and so on. (see 2013 BBC report) These are the people the United States, Saudi Arabia and Turkey have been financing, arming, training and now the loyal western press crying over. Continue reading →
Stuttgart, Germany. What happens when a German court labels as “a foreign terrorist organization” an American backed rebel group in Syria? The western press basically ignores it. Continue reading →