Russia and the CIA’s Chechen Wars

By F. William Engdahl On April 26 Russia’s main national TV station, Rossiya 1, featured President Vladimir Putin in a documentary to the Russian people on the events of the recent period including the annexation of Crimea, the US coup d’etat in Ukraine, and the general state of relations with the United States and the…

France : Surveillance Law and Government-backed Terrorism

France’s new surveillance laws will not stop terrorism at home nor quell the legions of terror they are backing, ravaging lands abroad – instead – they will ensure the uncontested expansion of terror used to coerce the French population at home while justifying and carrying out extraterritorial conquest abroad. By Tony Cartalucci France has announced…

The New Age of Counterinsurgency Policing

The Wars Come Home A Five-Step Guide to the Police Repression of Protest from Ferguson to Baltimore and Beyond By Michael Gould-Wartofsky Last week, as Baltimore braced for renewed protests over the death of Freddie Gray, the Baltimore Police Department (BPD) prepared for battle. With state-of-the-art surveillance of local teenagers’ Twitter feeds, law enforcement had…

As Colombia Nears Peace Accord, The Question of U.S. Culpability Looms

By Dan Kovalik Via FARC-EP Due to the good journalism of Colombia Reports as well as FAIR, there has been some attention given to the scandal of U. S. military and military contractors sexually assaulting young women and girls in Colombia. This scandal was ignited by a piece amongst an 800-page joint Colombian government/FARC report…

Communication Security Establishment’s Cyberwarfare Toolbox Revealed

Mexico, North Africa, Middle East among targets of cyber-spy hacking By Amber Hildebrandt, Michael Pereira and Dave Seglins CBC News Top-secret documents obtained by the CBC show Canada’s electronic spy agency has developed a vast arsenal of cyberwarfare tools alongside its U.S. and British counterparts to hack into computers and phones in many parts of…