Venezuela’s Gold Dispute in UK Courts is a Battle for Sovereignty

Zoe Alexandra The people of Venezuela for the last several years have taken to the streets to reject sanctions, asset freezing, and coup attempts by the far-right. The official government of Venezuela has been engaged in a legal dispute with the Bank of England to regain control over gold assets worth over $1.8 billion “The…

The United States and the Balkanization of Europe

Germán Gorraiz López After the realization of the Brexit, the hypothetical exit of Germany from the euro would lead to the gestation of a new European economic cartography that would mean the return to watertight economic compartments and the triumph of the United States by achieving the total balkanization of Europe. Germany’s exit from the…

Evo Morales Calls for a Global Campaign to Eliminate NATO

Jeremy Kuzmarov In interview with British journalist, Morales says the U.S. uses NATO to provoke wars and sell weapons. U.S./UK-backed coup against him in 2019 was undertaken for lithium and because his government advanced an alternative economic model to the neoliberal “Washington Consensus” In an interview with British journalist Matt Kennard at his home in El Trópico,…

London Falling: Britain’s Military Decline Exposes NATO’s Collapse in Credibility and Capability

Scott Ritter  NATO’s plan to vastly increase its forward force is wishful thinking, and the UK’s struggle for military relevance is a perfect case in point The secretary general of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Jens Stoltenberg, recently announced the US-led military bloc’s goal of expanding its so-called ‘Response Force’ from its current strength of 40,000…

Debt Traps & Terrorism: The Roots of Sri Lanka’s Crisis

Brian Berletic The island nation of Sri Lanka, located south-southeast of India in the Indian Ocean has suffered economic and now political chaos that has grabbed international headlines. The Western media has floated narratives ranging from “debt trap diplomacy” perpetrated by China and its Belt and Road Initiative to food shortages spurred by Russia’s “blockade”…

How Spooks and Establishment Journalists are Circling the Wagons

JONATHAN COOK Earlier this month, Russia banned 29 British journalists, including several from the BBC and The Guardian, on the grounds that they were “associated with the defense complex”. That claim was not, at least in all cases, quite as preposterous as was widely assumed. In part one of this two-part series, we saw how the Guardian’s Luke Harding – one…

Leaked Emails Expose Paul Mason’s Collusion with Senior British Intelligence Agent

Kit Klarenberg In leaked emails, celebrity journalist Paul Mason plots extensively with Andy Pryce of the UK Foreign Office Counter Disinformation and Media Development unit. Pryce’s Counter Disinformation unit has been cloaked behind a veil of near-total secrecy since its inception.  Mason and Pryce sketched a blueprint for an information warfare outfit funded “through cut-outs”…

Ukraine’s Nazi Connection and the British National Cover-up

Brett Redmayne-Titley The UK government is funding a Nazi regime in Ukraine rather than prioritizing its domestic national interests. Britain’s parliamentary warlords have to date gladly provided £2.1 Billion to fund the Ukrainian war effort rather than budgeting to fix the UK’s gutted NHS, declining educational system, historic poverty or ever-increasing homeless population. With the…

International Court of Justice Ruled that Uganda Must Pay $325 Million in Reparations to the Democratic Republic of Congo—But What About U.S. and UK?

Jeremy Kuzmarov U.S. soldiers training counterparts in Uganda. [Source: africanarguments.org] In February, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruled that Uganda must pay $325 million in reparations to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) for its role in conflicts in Congo’s resource-rich Ituri province from 1998 to 2003. The amount includes $225 million to be paid…