Australia is not arming itself against China to protect itself from China. Australia is arming itself against China to protect itself from the United States.
Why Biden Snubbed China’s Ukraine Peace Plan
The U.S. president and his coterie of neo-conservatives have no interest in peace if it means conceding hegemonic power to a multi-polar world untethered from the all-mighty dollar, write Medea Benjamin, Marcy Winograd and Wei Yu.
China Blasts US ‘Hegemony’
In a 3,900-word commentary, the Chinese Foreign Ministry has openly condemned nearly 80 years of U.S. political, military, economic, technological and cultural hegemony.
183 US Troops in Secret Locations Across Britain
The U.K. government is refusing to disclose where scores of U.S. military personnel are stationed, Matt Kennard reports.
Caitlin Johnstone: Pentagon’s Propaganda Push in Ukraine
The U.S. military’s push to “counter disinformation” actually has nothing to do with “taking apart Russian propaganda” and everything to do with suppressing dissent.
Unifying the Rage Against the War Machine
Recalling the disparate groups who came together for the massive anti-nuclear demonstration in New York City on June 12, 1982, Chuck Zlatkin recommends the same unity of purpose on Feb. 19 in Washington.
Caitlin Johnstone: UFOs Mean More US Militarism
It’s notable that we’re seeing completely unprecedented downings of objects in North American skies as the U.S. prepares its “great power competition” against China.
Scott Ritter: The Best Speech I Never Gave
“I once was corrupted by the hatred that comes from fear generated by ignorance.” The author offers a text of a speech he wrote, but will not be giving at the Feb. 19 antiwar rally in Washington.
Caitlin Johnstone: The West’s Sabotage of Peace in Ukraine
Former Israeli Prime Minister Bennett’s recent comments about getting his mediation efforts squashed in the early days of the war adds more to the growing pile of evidence that Western powers are intent on regime change in Russia.
Filipinos Protest US Military Deal Eying China
The decision to grant the U.S. access to more bases — announced during the U.S. defense secretary’s visit — was decried by peace advocates as part of the Pentagon’s push into the Indo-Pacific, with an intent to encircle China.