As`ad AbuKhalil analyzes the calculations behind the recent attacks, which the Western press covered with the usual lack of realism.
Month: August 2019
WATCH: CN Live! Episode 7—John Kiriakou on the 9/11 Trial; Pepe Escobar on His Prison Interview with Lula; New Whitney Webb Interview on Epstein & the Clintons, and a Scandal Rocking Australia
CN Live! was back in prime time Friday night with John Kiriakou, Pepe Escobar, Whitney Webb, John Shipton, Quentin Dempster, Peter B. Collins and Cathy Vogan. Watch the replay right here on Consortium News.
Film ‘Official Secrets’ is the Tip of a Mammoth Iceberg
A new film depicting the whistleblower Katherine Gun, who tried to stop the Iraq invasion, is largely accurate, but the story is not over, says Sam Husseini.
The Real Big Brother
It’s a billionaire’s world and the biggest of them all is in the thick of it, as Eric Zuesse explains.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: In Search of a Russiagate Scalp: The Entrapment of Maria Butina
In need of a “collusion” connection, top FBI officials have now been shown to be behind the false portrayal of an unregistered lobbyist as a spy.
Behind Israel’s Bombing in Iraq’s Heartland
It is difficult to imagine how the Trump administration could have not given Israel the green light to carry out these attacks as part of the U.S. maximum pressure campaign against Iran, writes Giorgio Cafiero.
Debating How Much Time We Have to Avert Climate Disaster is a Waste of Time
The UN’s warnings are dire, but they are still likely overestimating the time we have to act, writes Arn Menconi.
The Misguided Attacks on ‘This Land Is Your Land’
Woody Guthrie might not have been perfect, but we don’t need to “cancel” him, writes Will Kaufman.
Brexit & the Madness of the ‘Sovereign Individual’
Daniel Lazare analyzes the Trump-Bojo attacks on democracy and equality.
Israel’s Ban on Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar Backfires
Trump and Netanyahu thought they were pulling a fast one on two U.S. congresswomen, but it has blown up in their faces, as Marjorie Cohn explains.