The Republican candidates for the White House were hoping for a slip-up from Hillary Clinton. They had been warned: Destabilizing the likely Democratic candidate for the 2016 presidential election will not be easy. This includes trying to destabilize her in relation to the attack on the American consulate in Benghazi, [Read more]
You Europeans and Americans turned the anthill upside down, kicked it with your own boots — so now what do you want?
Today the world is witnessing one of the greatest disasters in history. Iraq, Libya and Syria are three countries with World Heritage Sites, good Human Development Index scores, precious archeological treasures, relics of ancient cities, and modern cities demonstrating their rapid progress. These countries have been [Read more]
The West, and the U.S. most of all, created and control Islamic terrorism.
What America wants least would be for the Arab world to unite, thus making it extremely difficult for Washington to control Middle Eastern oil, so it continues to prop up Israel, not to mention the fact that it incited eight years of war between Iran and Iraq; all with one goal in mind — profit.
This is how Obama, the president of 'Yes, we can,' the president of withdrawal from Iraq and Afghanistan, is also the president who could not avoid becoming entangled in another of the great conflicts of the Middle East.
Even though [Obama's] speeches are beautiful, they end up getting on your nerves due to the distance that separates practice from declarations of principle.
It’s not at all surprising that the White House and the Pentagon are the key players in the fluctuating and contradictory choices being made against the Islamic State group; they represent and convey a country which doesn’t feel the war.
Facts and events have proven that whenever Washington intervenes somewhere, terrorism comes next. Whenever it withdraws from somewhere, it leaves behind the means to serve its interests and greed.
A week after a lengthy article by American journalist Seymour Hersh was published in the London Review of Books challenging the official version of the pursuit and death of Osama bin Laden on May 2, 2011, many famous media outlets and concerned authorities considered it necessary to express their views on the [Read more]