Tuesday, 19 February , 2019

US military-industrial complex

Kennedy, King Families to Congress: Reopen Probes

January 19, 2019 After five decades, the mysteries behind the assassinations of John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X...

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.: Involvement by U.S. military, intelligence and police...

20 Jan., 2019 On Jan. 17, 1961, outgoing President Dwight Eisenhower gave the most important speech of his lifetime, warning his fellow citizens that the...

The Real Trump

Forget Trump: The Military-Industrial Complex is Still Running the Show With Russia As the media fulminates, they fail to see how Trump has kept the...

The Civil War inside the Empire and Turkey

The War Between America’s Military-Industrial Complex And Turkophobic Lobbies Pushes Ankara Into Russia’s Arms by Adam Garrie 2018-06-19 A war between the military-industrial complex and increasingly...

Trump threatens China (and appoints two Secretaries of State)

Alex Jones believes that the CIA is going to kill Trump. Nobody can be sure about CIA. The problem with Jones is that hardly anybody can share his appreciation of Trump as a "revolutionary", especially in the light of the President elect appointing Goldman Sachs, Rotchilds and Exxon in his cabinet to run directly the United States of America

No Matter Who Wins the Election, Military Spending Is Here to...

Pillar one supporting that edifice: ideology. As long as most Americans accept the notion that it is the God-given mission and right of the United States to go anywhere on the planet and do more or less anything it cares to do with its military, you won’t see Pentagon spending brought under real control. Think of this as the military corollary to American exceptionalism—or just call it the doctrine of armed exceptionalism, if you will.

The debate about Trump and foreign policy in the USA

By John Feffer Donald Trump may be a bigot and a bully, but it’s hard not to applaud when he pisses off the stuff shirts at...

The Empire Strikes Back: Hillary Clinton and the military-industrial complex

President Obama was elected in office as a reaction, both inside the establishment and US public opinion, against the totalitarian folly of Neoconservatives. But...