AFRICOM Enforces US Colonial Project

“We see AFRICOM as the colonization of Africa by the US,” said Tunde Osazua, of the Bllack Alliance for Peace. “Instead of working to end terrorism and stabilizing the African continent, “said Osazua, the US Military Command in Africa “actually destabilizes the continent.”

Key U.S. Ally Indicted for Organ Trade Murder Scheme

Nicolas J. S. Davies US Marines provide security as members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Forensics Team investigate a grave site in a village in Kosovo on 1 July 1999. Department of Defense. Photo by Sgt. Craig J. Shell, U.S. Marine Corps (direct link). Public Domain, Link. When President Clinton dropped 23,000 bombs on what…

Intelligence Leaks Reveal Just How Ready the Police State Is to Crack Down on Dissent

Rainer Shea Note: above image is from the “Blue Leaks” Since Cointelpro, the program where the FBI infiltrated anti-war, environmental, and civil rights groups, revolutionary-minded people in America have had an intuitive suspicion that the state is monitoring them more closely than it appears on the surface. People have developed sometimes overly paranoid theories about…

NATO 2030: How to Make a Bad Idea Worse

Matthew Ehret Just when you thought the leaders of NATO could not push the limits of insanity any further, something like NATO 2030 is announced. After helping blow up the Middle East and North Africa, dividing the Balkans into zones of war and tension, turning Ukraine upside down using armadas of neo Nazis, and encircling…

NATO at the Helm of Italian Foreign Policy

Manlio Dinucci NATO Defence Ministers (for Italy Lorenzo Guerini, Pd), meeting by videoconference on 17/18 June, made a series of “decisions to strengthen the deterrence of the Alliance”. No one in Italy, however, speaks about it, neither in the media (including social media) nor in the political world, where an absolute multipartisan silence reigns over…

U.S. Police and Military Commit State Sponsored Murder and Terror Worldwide

All African People’s Revolutionary Party (AAPRP) History of the Police Make no mistake, the brutal images of police murders that frequently surface on our social media and in the news are not anomalies and are not accidental. These images represent a continuation of an ongoing, deliberate, systematic form of violence which the United States settlers…

Facebook Surrounds Africa

Manlio Dinucci Many industries and service companies are failing or shrinking due to the lockdown and subsequent crisis. Instead, there are those who have gained from all this. Facebook, Google (YouTube owner), Microsoft, Apple and Amazon – writes The New York Times – “are aggressively placing new bets, as the coronavirus pandemic has made them…

Another African Liberation Day, But Africa Still Not Free

More than a half century after most African states gained nominal independence, the continent is still economically and politically dependent on “external actors,” said Ndubuisi Christian Ani, a scholar at the Institute for Security Studies, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The African Union solicits US and European support for “peace-keeping” and other missions, which amounts to…

Regional and International Moves to Contain the Military Escalation in Libya

International and regional countries are cautiously monitoring the escalation of fighting in the Libyan capital Tripoli, amid intensive diplomatic and political efforts to contain any escalation that may extend to neighbouring countries, while Turkey continues to send disturbing signals. Rallying on the front lines The dangerous field developments in the course of military operations in…