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Trump triumphed due to downward mobility
04.03.16 09:28 Americas on the move
It’s still a horse race, but only just: Donald Trump’s Super Tuesday victories in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Virginia, Arkansas and Massachusetts outweigh the Ted Cruz victory in his home state of Texas and neighboring Oklahoma. The Republican Establishment will not close ranks around Cruz as the last candidate capable of beating Trump. Marco Rubio’s consolation price was the Minnesota caucuses with 37% of the vote,
Asia Times Online
 

America’s Secret African Drone War Against the Islamic State
21.12.15 20:07 Africa
Predators and the “Neutralization” of 69 People in Iraq and Syria
TomDispatch.com
 

Putin Goes Ballistic In Syria, Obliterates The USA’s Secret ‘Mideast Strategy’
12.10.15 16:56 Middle East
Russian Military Demolishes IS Infrastructure, Destroys ISIS Terror Network, Dismantles ISIL Command & Control, Devastates Greater Israel Cabal
State of the Nation
 

Grassroots Fascism: The War Experience of the Japanese People
03.09.15 20:07 Memories
As a young historian researching prewar popular political movements in the early 1970s, Yoshimi Yoshiaki (b. 1946) became increasingly struck—and troubled—by the systematic inattention to popular experiences of the war period, along with the virtually universal silence on questions of popular war responsibility. Imbued with the progressive convictions of a scholarly generation that came of age amid the political struggles of the late 1960s, he was dissatisfied with the near-universal academic focus on elites and abstract social structures that rendered the story of the Japanese experience of the war “a history without people.” After many years of research, stops and starts, the end result was Grassroots Fascism: a radically different vantage on the wartime experience from the “bottom-up” and a bold attempt to break out of the constricted confines of “history in the passive voice.”
Global Research
 

Obama Took “Willful Decision” to Support the Islamic State (ISIS): Former US Intelligence Chief
14.08.15 10:00 Iraq War, "War on terror"
If one was only to read mainstream news in the West, you would probably be inculcated with the myth that Islamic State (ISIS) appeared almost out of thin air and many governments in the Western world have been completely shocked by the rise of this terror group. Perhaps you would correctly blame the 2003 invasion and occupation of Iraq as a major reason why such extreme groups gained power in the region, in addition to blaming certain governments for supposedly marginalizing Sunni’s.
Global Research
 

Torture and Show Trials Are Common in Neo-Colonial Libya
12.08.15 09:04 Africa
Gaddafi officials still facing persecution four years after the imperialist-backed counter-revolution A video released last week showing the beating and torture of Saadi Gaddafi is not an anomaly in contemporary Libya where the Pentagon and NATO waged a war of regime-change in 2011.
Global Research
 

The MH17 Pilot’s Corpse: More on the Cover-Up
06.08.15 15:12 Global Security
It might be the decisive piece of evidence proving who and what and how and why the MH17 Malaysian airliner over the conflict zone in Ukraine on 17 July 2014 was shot down, but the pilot’s corpse has been hidden even from the people who have the most right to see it.
Global Research
 

Going Rogue: Malaysia and the 1MDB Scandal
05.08.15 14:50 Asia rising
Democracy and rule of law won’t magically clear society of cronies and corruption.
The Diplomat
 

Provocative Images Depicting Differences Between Hong Kong and China Highlight Inter-Cultural Conflict
23.07.15 19:29 Asia rising
Facebook-based artistic collective Local Studio Hong Kong recently published a set of illustrations titled “Hong Kong is not China“, marking the political, social, linguistic and cultural differences between Hong Kong and mainland Chinese society.
Global Voices
 

Putin Leads BRICS Uprising
11.07.15 09:49 Asia rising
There’s been a virtual blackout of news from this year’s seventh annual BRICS summit in Ufa, Russia. None of the mainstream media organizations are covering the meetings or making any attempt to explain what’s going on. As a result, the American people remain largely in the dark about a powerful coalition of nations that are putting in place an alternate system that will greatly reduce US influence in the world and end the current era of superpower ru
Mike Whitney
 

Russia, Turkey and the New Greek Sirtaki
16.06.15 17:59 European trends
The European Union has an uncanny knack for shooting itself in the foot these days. Under strong pressure from a Russo-phobic Washington administration and various Russo-phobic EU governments, Brussels last year decided to take steps to block the bilateral agreements between Russia’s state Gazprom and EU countries such as Greece and Bulgaria to buy gas from a new Russian pipeline that was to have been called South Stream, the southern counterpart to the Gazprom-Germany North Stream line.
William Engdahl
 

destroy You Like We Did Libya, Iraq, Syria et al.”
12.06.15 13:59 Economics
The Saker: We hear that the Ukraine will have to declare a default, but that it will probably be a “technical” default as opposed to an official one
The Saker & Michael Hudson
 

Vladimir Putin: The Deterioration of EU-Russia Relations, Causes and Consequences, Interview
12.06.15 12:21 f.USSR
It’s almost two o’clock in the morning when we get to the end of the interview. Vladimir Putin responded to our questions for just shy of two hours. “Mr. President—asks the editor of Corriere della Sera, Luciano Fontana—is there one thing that you regret more than anything in your life, which you consider an error that you would never again want to repeat?” The Russian president adjusts himself in his chair, and his eyes suddenly seem to sparkle. He remains silent for a few seconds, and then in his thin voice he says softly: “I will be quite frank with you. I cannot recollect anything of the kind. By the grace of God, I have nothing to regret in my life.”
Corriere Della Sera
 

Logistics 101: Where Does ISIS Get Its Guns?
10.06.15 18:25 Global Security
Since ancient times an army required significant logistical support to carry out any kind of sustained military campaign. In ancient Rome, an extensive network of roads was constructed to facilitate not only trade, but to allow Roman legions to move quickly to where they were needed, and for the supplies needed to sustain military operations to follow them in turn
Tony Cartalucci
 

Ex-US Intelligence Officials Confirm: Secret Pentagon Report Proves US Complicity In Creation Of ISIS
09.06.15 15:58 Middle East
Two weeks ago, courtesy of the investigative work of Nafeez Ahmed whose deep dig through a recently declassified and formertly Pentagon documents released earlier by Judicial Watch FOIA, we learned that Western governments deliberately allied with al-Qaeda and other Islamist extremist groups to topple Syrian dictator Bashir al-Assad. In his words: "According to the newly declassified US document, the Pentagon foresaw the likely rise of the ‘Islamic State’ as a direct consequence of the strategy, but described this outcome as a strategic opportunity to “isolate the Syrian regime
Zerohedge
 
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