Ratlines: The Vatican, The Nazis & Western Intelligence

Hugo Turner In one of the more shocking episodes of the Cold War, tens of thousands of Nazi war criminals and their fascist allies were smuggled out of Europe and resettled around the world in places like Argentina, Canada, Australia and the United States. Others were resettled throughout the Middle East and a few ended…

Destabilizing Pakistan: Bookending Washington’s China Policy

Tony Cartalucci Much is being said of US activities aimed at China. Recent protests in Hong Kong together with a US-led propaganda campaign aimed at Beijing’s attempts to quell a growing terrorist threat in Xinjiang are aimed at pressuring the nation to fall back into line within Washington’s enduring unipolar international order. The latter of…

The First Setbacks of the Muslim Brotherhood

Thierry Meyssan 11- The “Arab Spring” in Syria From February 4, 2011, the opening date of the Cairo meeting, the coordination of the “Arab Spring” in Syria was ensured by the Facebook Syrian Revolution 2011 account. The statement in itself was sufficient to understand that the operation would quickly overthrow the Syrian Arab Republic, as…

The Muslim Brotherhood as Members of the White House National Security Council

Thierry Meyssan We are continuing the publication of Thierry Meyssan’s book, “Before Our Eyes “. In this installment, he examines the first half of 2011, when, with the support of the United States and the United Kingdom, the Muslim Brotherhood either became more established or assumed power in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya. 7- The beginnings…

“Right Before Our Eyes”: Fake Wars and Big Lies

Every State has the duty to refrain from organizing, instigating, assisting or participating in acts of civil strife or terrorist acts in another State, or acquiescing in organized activities within its territory directed towards the commission of such acts, when the acts referred to in the present paragraph involve a threat or use of force.”…

From Tiananmen to Nicaragua: The Same Lies, the Same Result

Stephen Sefton US supported protesters confront a successful socialist government demanding freedom and human rights. They occupied public spaces engaged in phony dialogue with the authorities, rejected requests to dismantle their protests peacefully and finally attacked and murdered security forces before being forced to disperse. Several hundred people were killed including a large number of…

A Brief History of the CIA (and its New Methods) in Venezuela

Misión Verdad There is abundant evidence that exposes the intrusion of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) into the internal affairs of the Latin American region, in the form of coups d’état and the promotion of civil wars. Its operations in Venezuela have been modified over time. From having an undeclared base in the 1960s to…

Venezuela: Amnesty International in Service of Empire

Roger D. Harris Uncle Sam has a problem in his South American “backyard” with those uppity Venezuelans who insisted on democratically electing Nicolás Maduro as their president instead of by-passing the electoral process and installing the unelected US asset Juan Guaidó. No matter, Amnesty International has come to the rescue with a full-throated defense of…

Luis Kutner: The Declassified Life of a Human Rights Icon

David Giglio Human rights icon, mob lawyer, and “co-founder of Amnesty International.” A “publicity hound,” a “vain, egotistical trouble maker,” and a wannabe CIA conspirator. A poet, an associate of Jack Ruby, and a “Friend” of J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI. Such was the complicated life of a famous cold war-era human rights lawyer,…

Amnesty International on Nicaragua: False, Cynical, Incompetent

Stephen Sefton Like almost all big Western NGOs, Amnesty International has long served as an arm of psychological warfare promoting the foreign policy agenda of the United States and its allied governments. Its reports are soft on US allies but extremely aggressive against their targets. Like the International Federation for Human Rights, Human Rights Watch…

National Endowment for Destabilization? CIA Funds for Latin America in 2018

Martín Pastor The CIA’s influence in Latin America is not a “leftist rant”, it is ever-present and ignoring it represents a real menace for national sovereignty and the continuity of progressive governments in the region. In 2018, one of its offshoots, the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) channelled over US$23 million to meddle in the…