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US State Department Admits Russia had Nothing to Gain from Killing Boris Nemtsov

US-Backed Opposition Leader Gunned Down in Moscow Martyrdom on demand: if not of use alive, perhaps of use dead? By Tony Cartalucci US-backed opposition groups in Russia have so far failed utterly to produce results. Their transparent subservience to Washington coupled with their distasteful brand of politics has left a rather unpleasant taste in the…

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CIA Incites Bloodshed in Venezuela

By Nil Nikandrov The US special services together with their “assistants” from Canada and Great Britain tried again to stage a coup in Venezuela. In the middle of February, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said the national security services frustrated the plans of US embassy and put an end to its hostile actions. As a result,…

Is Boko Haram a CIA Covert Op to Divide and Conquer Africa?

By Julie Lévesque The objectives of the US military presence in Africa are well documented: counter Chinese influence and control strategic locations and natural resources including oil reserves. This was confirmed more than 8 years ago by the US State Department: In 2007, US State Department advisor Dr. J. Peter Pham commented on AFRICOM’s strategic…

Social Media Coup: The Vile Virality of Venezuela’s Opposition

UPDATE: FEBRUARY 12, 2015 – VIOLENT PROTESTS MARK THE 2014 ANNIVERSARY By Heather Gies and Cyril Mychalejko On the anniversary of the outbreak of violent right-wing protests, teleSUR examines the role of social media in fomenting violence and misinformation. Last February the world recoiled in horror after photos and testimonies allegedly showing and describing Venezuelan…