Caitlin Johnstone asks how far humanity’s relationship with propaganda can be stretched before it snaps and forces a completely new way of being.
Category: American Empire
Killing Democracy in America
As the leading purveyor of violence and terror, the U.S. inevitably becomes its own opponent, writes William J. Astore.
What Will Lula Do?
Pepe Escobar says revelations of major money laundering in Brazil give the former president an opening to go for broke.
THE ANGRY ARAB: War & Peace in the Middle East
The pandemic hasn’t spread a ceasefire, but prospects of a major regional war during Coronavirus appear slim, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
Biden’s Vision for Venezuela Indistinguishable from Trump’s
It’s about Florida and the 2020 election, writes Leonardo Flores.
State Dept-Funded Transparency International Silent on Jailed Transparency Activist Julian Assange
Patrick Maynard connects U.S. and U.K. influence to the indifference of the West’s top anti-corruption NGO toward the imprisoned WikiLeaks founder.
COVID-19: The Pentagon Confronts the Pandemic
Michael Klare says naval robotic warfare is beginning to move out of dystopian futuristic fantasies and into official battlefield visions.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Cold War Escapades in the Pacific
There is a lot to read into this moment, but one thing’s clear. The U.S. doesn’t know what time it is.
COVID-19: ‘Putin Hacked Our Vaccine’ Is Dumbest Story Yet
Caitlin Johnstone tackles the latest “Russiavape” story.
Barbarism Begins at Home
The U.S. phase of the “universal civilization” project has utterly destroyed the state structures of Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Yemen, writes Pepe Escobar.