Cutting Through the Fog Masking ‘a New Page in the Art of War’

Pepe Escobar The non-government in Kiev is simply not allowed by the Empire to negotiate anything. Based on documents received from Ukrainian biolab employees, the Russian ModD revealed that research with samples of bat coronavirus, among other experiments, were conducted in a Pentagon-funded biolab. By now what we may call a Triple Threat has been…

NATO White Helmets Follow al-Qaeda to Ukraine

Vanessa Beeley Four-hundred and fifty extremists from Idlib, north-west Syria have arrived in Ukraine according to Al Mayadeen. Hailing from Idlib – the “largest Al Qaeda haven since 9/11”-  these fanatics from various countries have been despatched to Ukraine to fight against the Russian forces that alongside the Syrian Arab Amy signified the end of their…

450 Arab and Foreign Extremists from Idlib Arrive in Ukraine

Al Mayadeen Almost 450 extremists from various nationalities arrive to Idlib to fight against Russian troops, after leaving Syria and passing through Turkey. Close to 450 extremist Arab and foreign nationals have arrived in Ukraine from Idlib to fight against Russia’s forces, less than only three days after they left Syria, passing through Turkey. Relatives of…

Russia Warns Washington is Sending ISIS Fighters to Ukraine

The Cradle Over the past two weeks Ukrainian officials have been calling for the formation of an ‘international legion’ of mercenaries The Foreign Intelligence Service of Russia (SVR RF) warned on 4 March that the US, along with NATO countries, are sending ISIS fighters from Syria to Ukraine. The ISIS members who are reportedly headed…

NATO Trains and Finances Neo-Nazis and Jihadists in Ukraine

Mision Verdad The paramilitarization of warfare through extremist mercenaries has served the United States to regionalize conflicts and make the approach to their consequences more diffuse. The Ukrainian state is in an accelerated process of decomposition at the hands of an oligophrenic elite, which is expanding its criminality in order to sustain a geopolitical tension…

Turkish Military Presence in Africa On the Rise

Uriel Araujo: Turkish president with African leaders during the Second Turkey -Africa forum in 2018. (Photo : courtesy of BRICS Information Portal) This month, over a dozen African nations participated in the two-day Turkey-Africa Partnership Summit in Istanbul, hosted by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Its theme was “Enhanced Partnership for Common Development and Prosperity”….

Militias Threaten Military Escalation to Postpone the Libyan Elections

Editorial Comment: The Dabaiba government, following orders from Turkey, failed to prepare the security environment for holding elections. Meanwhile, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in the Government of National Unity, Najla Al-Manqoush, is in Istanbul today, attending the Turkish-African Summit. – A.V. Libyan political circles described the military escalation that some militias…

Armed Clashes in Sebha: Manufacturing Consent to Postpone Elections

One dead and two wounded in armed clashes in Sebha, southern Libya following clashes between forces affiliated with the Libyan army and others loyal to the Dabaiba government after an attempt to storm the Military Intelligence headquarters. Armed groups are a security dilemma threatening the Libyan elections Sebha (Libya) – The city of Sebha, west…

Libya: The Muslim Brotherhood Escalates Campaign Against Elections

The Brotherhood in Libya escalates against the elections with a sit-in in front of the headquarters of the Commission Tripoli – A group of demonstrators affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood in Libya began a sit-in in front of the headquarters of the Electoral Commission in the capital, Tripoli, to demand the postponement of the elections…

Libya: Where Fortune Favors the Corrupt Who Control Wealth and Arms

Protesters Gather in Sebha in Support of Saif Qaddafi, Demanding Free and Fair Elections and an Impartial Judiciary The electoral scene in Libya leaves no room for optimism for a better future in the foreseeable future. The main actors in the course of events are  armed force on the ground, political money, and abuse of…

Burkina Faso: Speculations on Terror

Guadi Calvo Today Burkina Faso, among the five poorest countries in the world, with almost eleven million of its twenty million inhabitants living below the poverty line, finds itself in the midst of a tide of popular demonstrations, given the failure of the security policies pursued by President Roch Kaboré, re-elected last year for another…

Prime Minister Abdel Hamid Dabaiba: Turkey’s Man in Libya

A  statement of the Turkish National Security Council reflected concern about the holding of elections in Libya despite the initial acceptance of the candidacy of Prime Minister Abdel Hamid Dabaiba, who is described as Ankara’s strongman in the country and who has recently gained popularity, which he built by appeasing different components and segments of…

Was America’s Longest War for Opium, Oil and Propping up the Stock Market?

John Potash Soldiers patrol opium fields in Afghanistan. [Source: bbc.com] On September 11, 2001—a day that will live in infamy in U.S. history—hijacked planes hit the World Trade Center in New York City and one side of the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., which experienced destruction. President George W. Bush’s administration started a war in Afghanistan…

Islamic State Expands in Africa

Guadi Calvo Almost imperceptibly, for the international press, Daesh or Islamic State (ISCAP), also called Allied Democratic Forces (ADF), has not only settled in the Democratic Republic of Congo, but, through constant attacks, is expanding while strengthening ties with “sister” organizations operating in the rest of the continent. The ADF, founded in 1985, which originated…