The West Renounces Freedom of Expression

Thierry Meyssan This is a debate that we thought was closed: Westerners had affirmed that freedom of expression is an essential prerequisite for democracy and that they would never violate it again. However, the United States, the United Kingdom, Poland, Italy and Germany have already embarked on the path of censorship. Now there are things…

Sabotage as Part of the Euro-Atlantic Military Doctrine

Mission Verdad The attack on Russian gas pipelines Nord Stream 1 and 2 is an example of NATO’s warlike actions with which it subordinates Europe to its hegemonic interests ( Photo: AFP ) The hegemonic dominance of the United States is at stake. Even though the axis of its strategy is to escalate conflicts without limits…

The Somali Model as a Mirror of the TANCOL Strategy Against Venezuela

Mison Verdad Paramilitary groups and guerrillas are considered threats to Venezuelan political stability, their radicalization goes beyond being a public order issue (Photo: CEOFANB) Last Thursday, June 2, from the command post of the Ministry of Defense, President Nicolás Maduro made an evaluation of Operation Bolivarian Shield 2022 in which he stated that the so-called…

War Within the War: The Fight Over Land and Genetically Engineered Agriculture

Mitchel Cohen Soon we shall be covered by wheat. Did you say, wheat? Wheat, wheat. – from Woody Allen’s “Love and Death”[1] Ten months before Russian troops poured into Ukraine, that country’s President Volodymyr Zelensky signed a bill into law authorizing the private sale of farmland, reversing a moratorium that had been in place since…

Russia Rewrites the Art of Hybrid War

Pepe Escobar Hybrid War is being fought predominantly in the economic/financial battleground – and the pain dial for the collective West will only go up. The ironclad fictional “narrative” imposed all across NATOstan is that Ukraine is “winning”. So why would weapons peddler retrofitted as Pentagon head Lloyd “Raytheon” Austin literally beg since late February…

Multi-Domain Operations: The US Wages Constant War and Across All Domains

Brian Berletic The United States has clearly transitioned militarily several times throughout its history, from the Cold War preparing to fight the Soviet Union using massive maneuver warfare to using the military that existed at the end of the Cold War to decimate the Iraqi army in the 1990’s, to shifting to a “small wars”…

Map of Actions and Actors in the Soft War Against Cuba

Misión Verdad Luis Otero Alcántara’s light-hearted gimmickry has contributed to the overexposure of the soft coup strategy exercised against Cuba since Trump occupied the White House (Photo: Archive). Last March 30, the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs, Josep Borrell, issued  a statement  in which he described as “spontaneous demonstrations” that were…

Perpetual War is Capitalism’s Hope for Surviving the 21st Century

Rainer Shea The ideology behind capitalism, colonialism, and imperialism is based around the idea that competition, rather than cooperation, is the natural state of humanity. That the species is destined to eternally be at odds with itself, both on an individual and civilizational level. This was the claim put forth by a faction of academic…

NATO’s Cognitive Warfare and the Destruction of the Truth

Rainer Shea History is constrained by a series of laws. Empires fall, productive forces become obsolete after society gets ready to outgrow them, inequalities destroy societies when they get too big, the environment turns against civilizations when it’s abused too much, and so on. These principles conflict with the ideology of the capitalist ruling class,…

Why the Media Silence about Trudeau’s Worst Foreign Policy Failure

Yves Engler Imagine if Nicolás Maduro’s vice president quit and called for his government to be disbanded. Or if Venezuela’s opposition won a landslide in regional elections or if 90% of member states voted against the government’s UN credentials. The Canadian media would have splashed this news on front pages, but the shoe was on…

“Summit for Democracy” and the Empire’s New Weapons

William Serafino On December 9 and 10, the so-called “Summit for Democracy” took place, an online event sponsored by the Biden administration as part of a new attempt to revive the global hegemony of the empire, weakened for several years now by a polycentric architecture of international actors of different sizes, influence and geopolitical scope,…