China is not another Iraq. The so-called need for “navigational freedom” is built on lies, and it is really about America’s freedom to rampage.
The secret is out. The American-British invasion of Iraq in 2003 was a deliberate attempt to destroy Iraq and prepare a new path for the Middle East.
The findings of an investigation into the United Kingdom’s participation in the Iraq war, released this Wednesday, have provoked a sense of déjà vu in the United States. The conclusion that former Prime Minister Tony Blair based his decision to join the 2003 invasion on “flawed intelligence” that was [Read more]
The same secret deals that came to pass between Washington and Tehran in 1979 are just like those happening now, except that this time, they’re happening in Arab nations.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia failed to read what was coming from the West, just like it failed to understand the outcomes of the nuclear negotiations between Iran and the P5+1.* So Riyadh has found itself in the middle of a very complicated equation that is shrouded in foreign and domestic “fog.” At the forefront is [Read more]
The United States would no longer be permitted to remain beyond the scope of legal responsibility for committing hostile acts against states and their people.
President Obama participated in the Gulf Summit in Riyadh, where he repeated assurances minus the guarantees. Such pledges failed to change attitudes in the United States, where days later, veteran Sen. John McCain, the number one critic of U.S. foreign policy strategy, notably spoke derisively, once again criticizing [Read more]
Why are the Democratic and Republican parties arguing, when they clearly agree about grand strategy, the safety and security of Israel, crushing the Arabs, crippling their capacities and prospects, preventing them from realizing their lofty goals, and similarly obstructing Russia, China and Europe?