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Remembering the Last Candid NYT Report on Israel -- Seven Years Ago On September 6, 2013, with President Obama under considerable pressure to launch an open attack on Syria (in ostensible "response" to what turned out to be a false-flag chemical attack), an honest report from Jerusalem slipped by the NYT censors and crept onto the front page.
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RAY McGOVERN: Catapulting Russian-Meddling Propaganda The New York Times is leading the full-court press to improve on what it regards as Special Counsel Robert Mueller's weak-kneed effort to blame the Russians for giving us Donald Trump.
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RAY McGOVERN: What Scowcroft Failed to Do Brent Scowcroft badly served his friend George H. W. Bush on Iraq by not doing all he could to stop Bush's son from committing a war of aggression, writes Ray McGovern, who used to brief H.W.
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Presumptuous Pompeo Pushes Preposterous "Peking" Policy A rant by Mike Pompeo regarding what the U.S. should do with China led to a fruitful exchange between an old China, and an old Soviet hand, writes Ray McGovern.
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RAY McGOVERN: Powell & Iraq -- The Uses and Abuses of National Intelligence Estimates A NYT Magazine piece on Colin Powell and the case to invade Iraq highlights an NIE that was prepared not to determine the truth, but rather to "justify" preemptive war on Iraq where there was nothing to preempt.
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RAY McGOVERN: Mutiny on the Bounties Has there been another mutiny in Trump's White House, as Obama's former ambassador to Russia piles on the nonsense about Trump being in Putin's pocket?
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RAY McGOVERN: New York Times Deploys Heavy Gun to Back "Intel" on Russian Bounties After examining his record, New York Times readers should be skeptical of anything David Sanger writes, including his latest artful works of deception.
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RAY McGOVERN: Russiagate's Last Gasp One can read this most recent flurry of Russia, Russia, Russia paid the Taliban to kill GIs as an attempt to pre-empt the findings into Russiagate's origins.
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UN Reporting on Torture of Assange Banned from Corporate Media Nils Melzer, UN Rapporteur on Torture, belatedly learned that Julian Assange was being tortured. Meltzer came to realize that he had been misled by the "news" about Assange in the Establishment media, so he did his own investigation.
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Putin Tries to Set Record Straight Like almost all Americans, I cannot begin to know, in any adequate sense, what it is actually like to be part of a society with a history of being repeatedly invaded and/or occupied whether from East or West.
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RAY McGOVERN: How an Internet "Persona" Helped Birth Russiagate Guccifer 2.0 turns four years old today and the great diversion he took part in becomes clearer by the day, writes Ray McGovern.
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RAY McGOVERN: US-Russia Ties, from Heyday to MayDay Whatever hopes Russia's leader may have had for a more workable relationship with the U.S. have been "trumpled," so to speak.
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RAY McGOVERN: Turn Out the Lights, Russia-gate is Over The possibility that Trump will not chicken out this time, and rather will challenge the Security State looms large since he felt personally under attack.
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RAY McGOVERN: New House Documents Sow Further Doubt That Russia Hacked the DNC For two and a half years the House Intelligence Committee knew CrowdStrike didn't have the goods on Russia. Now the public knows too.
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RAY McGOVERN: Once We Were Allies; Then Came MICIMATT As the 75th anniversary of World War II's end is marked on Friday, few Americans know the Soviet Union's major role in that victory, making them vulnerable to today's anti-Russian messaging.
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Former UK Ambassador Craig Murray Indicted This indictment is the basis on which they are attempting to put me in prison -- in fact the indictment specifies up to two years in jail and an unlimited fine as the punishment sought from the court. I think the public interest, and my own interest, in it being public is very substantial.
(2 comments) SHARE Saturday, April 11, 2020
What if Ignored Covid-19 Warnings Had Been Leaked to WikiLeaks? Julian Assange was arrested one year ago on Saturday and sent to Belmarsh Prison where he still languishes, a symbol of the Empire's oppression.
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Ray McGovern to Joe Biden: Time for Confession This piece, written by Ray McGovern for Consortium News 12 years ago, is unfortunately as relevant now regarding Joe Biden as it was then
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Queen's Counsel Charges vs Assange "Significantly Overwrought" The CIA and Pentagon are saying, in effect, "Trust Us." What could possibly go wrong? - aside from a publisher of accurate information spending the rest of his life in prison.
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Ukraine Pay-to-Play: If the Facts Come Out, it Could Finish Biden The Establishment media is in a frenzy about what they hope will be the downfall of Trump, but if the facts come out, it could be the downfall of Joe Biden instead, writes Ray McGovern.