The superseding indictment by the U.S. against Julian Assange has left the UK extradition process in a state of absolute farce, argues Craig Murray.
America’s Two Right-Wing Parties Absurdly Keep Accusing Each Other Of Being Far-Left
It’s insane that both U.S. mainstream political parties are attacking one another as being far-left extremists because by global standards they are both very much right-wing parties, says Caitlin Johnstone.
Seriously, Get the Hell Out of Afghanistan
These flimsy, poorly-sourced allegations are being hammered into mainstream liberal consciousness on a daily basis now in the exact same way the discredited Russiagate psyop was, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
JOHN KIRIAKOU: Bolton’s Book Is Good to Go
You don’t have to like the former national security adviser to see why his book, after surviving top-security clearance, should be published.
The Greatest Show on Earth
The odd feature of this singular situation is that we’ve come to accept as (more or less) normal persons and actions that would have struck everyone as patho-normal just a few decades ago, writes Michael Brenner.
Humanity is Escaping From the Abusive Relationship With the Police State
Because protestors are calling for the dismantling of the police state, an essential part of the U.S. empire, nice guy abusers are falling all over themselves to manipulate them back into their cage, writes Caity Johnstone.
UPRISING: The Democratic Party Exists To Co-Opt & Kill Authentic Change
The actors remain motionless, and Godot never comes, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
UPRISING: Police and Their Apologists Have Already Lost the Argument
These are public servants. Imagine if teachers, mail carriers or DMV employees were routinely assaulting anyone who spoke impolitely to them, writes Caity Johnstone.