(2 comments) Wednesday, August 7, 2019 US-backed Opposition Prime Suspects in Thai Bombings
Western media deliberately feigning confusion over motives and possible suspects while attempting to depict the capital as "in chaos" and the current Thai government "humiliated" its image "tarnished" US-backed opposition groups are the prime suspects, their motives including growing desperation.
(2 comments) Friday, August 2, 2019 WIll Shake Up at IAEA Impact Iran?
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) chief Yukiya Amano's passing has stirred up suspicion and further tensions amid US-Iranian tensions.
Amano was 72 years old and as of mid July 2019 had already begun preparing to step down due to poor health.
Friday, July 26, 2019 Destabilizing Pakistan: Bookending Washington's China Policy
Recent protests in Hong Kong together with a US-led propaganda campaign aimed at Beijing's attempts to quell a growing terrorist threat in Xinjiang are aimed at pressuring the nation to fall back into line within Washington's enduring unipolar international order.
(4 comments) Wednesday, July 24, 2019 US Puppet Wants Help Making Thailand Like America
The US is involved in regime change worldwide - from Venezuela in South America, to Ukraine in Eastern Europe, to Syria in the Middle East, to Afghanistan in Central Asia.
(7 comments) Friday, November 27, 2015 Why the West Won't Hit ISIS Where it Hurts
The west has no intention of eradicating ISIS. ISIS is not only destined to divide and destroy Syria and Iraq. If the West has its way, the terrorist organization is destined to move into Iran, the Caucasus region of southern Russia, and Central Asia next. It is a proxy army built atop of what the United States and Saudi Arabia accomplished with Al Qaeda starting in the 1980's. The US is waging a war of, not against terror.