France : Surveillance Law and Government-backed Terrorism

France’s new surveillance laws will not stop terrorism at home nor quell the legions of terror they are backing, ravaging lands abroad – instead – they will ensure the uncontested expansion of terror used to coerce the French population at home while justifying and carrying out extraterritorial conquest abroad. By Tony Cartalucci France has announced…

Imperialism ‘Genocides the Poorest of the Poor’

By James Petras Libya 360° ‘The war and its results have turned Yemen back a hundred years, due to the destruction of infrastructure . . . especially in the provinces of Oden, Dhalea and Taiz.’ Izzedine al-Asbali Yemeni Human Rights Minister ‘Yemen is devastated. There are no roads, water or electricity. Nobody’s left but thieves.’…

Communication Security Establishment’s Cyberwarfare Toolbox Revealed

Mexico, North Africa, Middle East among targets of cyber-spy hacking By Amber Hildebrandt, Michael Pereira and Dave Seglins CBC News Top-secret documents obtained by the CBC show Canada’s electronic spy agency has developed a vast arsenal of cyberwarfare tools alongside its U.S. and British counterparts to hack into computers and phones in many parts of…

US Convoy March is ‘Shocking Spectacle Fitting Imperialistic Ambitions’

The US military convoy marching through Eastern Europe, including the Czech Republic, to its base in Germany is a “shocking spectacle in keeping with the US’ imperialistic ambitions,” Petr Hájek, editor-in-chief of the Protiproud website, told Sputnik. Hájek described the US initiative, nicknamed the Dragoon Ride, as “a show of force … aimed at the…

Malcolm X Film Festival’s First Historic Event in West Belfast

For some of the younger people of Northern Ireland, “it was the first time they heard Malcolm X’s own words speaking about ‘rejecting the white man,’ developing independence Black liberation organizations, rejecting the dehumanization from the white man, and being inspired by the ‘darker nations’ of Africa and Asia uniting against European colonialism.” By Sukant…