- Out-of-work women make comeback in UK's corporate culture October 17, 2017
- SDF captures Syria's Raqqa city from ISIL October 17, 2017
- The life and death of Salman Rushdie, gentleman author October 17, 2017
- ISIL capitalises on Peshmerga retreat in northern Iraq October 17, 2017
- Critic of Rwanda's president asks for freedom in court October 17, 2017
- European dream becomes nightmare mirage for Bangladeshi October 17, 2017
- Who is Sebastian Kurz, Europe's youngest leader? October 17, 2017
- Mogadishu massacre: A gravedigger's worst nightmare October 17, 2017
- Daphne Caruana Galizia killed in Malta car bomb blast October 17, 2017
- Duterte: Marawi 'liberated' from ISIL-linked fighters October 17, 2017
- Ron Paul on Trump and Iran: Have the Neocons Won?
- Robert Koehler on The Calm Before the Storm
- Wrongful Rhetoric and Trump’s Strategy on Iran
- William Astore on the Myths We Tell Ourselves
- The Baseless Myth of the Poor, Propagandized Catalans
- ‘Russiagate’ And The Decline Of Journalism – Ron Paul interviews Robert Parry
- Mario Vargas Llosa Is the Perfect Poster Boy for Spanish Unionism
- Did Trump Call for Ten Times More Nukes?, asks Ron Paul
- Ron Paul on Horrific New Revelations on CIA Torture
- The US War in Afghanistan Is Now 16 Years Old. Trump Has No Plans to End It.
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Category Archives: Opinion
If today were April 1 and not May 2, we could dismiss as an April foolâ€™s joke this morningâ€™s headline that Osama bin Laden was killed in a firefight in Pakistan and quickly buried at sea. As it is, we must take it as more evidence that the US government has unlimited belief in the gullibility of Americans. Continue reading
Why Tony Blair is the Most Useless Peace Envoy on the Planet – Tony and the Shah of Palestine By YVONNE RIDLEY
Ever since a group of ordinary people from more than 40 different countries came together and set sail for Gaza have we seen various world leaders scramble to persuade Israel to lift the blockade on Gaza. Why? To honour the memory of those martyred by Israeli soldiers who shot nine unarmed peace activists at virtually point-blank range? Hell no!
They realize that people power has achieved more in that one heroic action, than any of them have achieved for the people of Palestine. And, despite that brutal episode, they know that more flotillas and convoys are being planned because people power is achieving more than anything else has over the past 60 years for the people of Palestine. Continue reading
YOU’VE got to hand it to the Israeli public relations flacks: only they could convince you that killing children was an act of self-defence. Continue reading
Because umpires are human there will always be mistakes. Mistakes are unfortunate. Many respond by saying that bad umpiring “happens both ways” and “you win some you lose some” and that “it all evens out in the long run”. These words may be true to some extent but one key point that is almost always ignored is that an incorrect umpiring decision almost always costs the underdog the most because the underdog has to work harder to take wickets, score runs and win matches. Continue reading
Former Prime Minister Paul Keating telling it like it is.. Continue reading
These Bush supporters have morphed the Republican Party into the Brownshirt Party. They cannot wait to attack Iran, preferably with nuclear weapons. Impatient for Armageddon, some are so full of hubris and self-righteousness that they actually believe that their support for evil means they will be “wafted up to heaven.” Continue reading
“The Ottoman empire fashioned itself as the inheritor of the first caliphates centered in Damascus, Baghdad and Cairo until Turkey’s
secular founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk formally ended the office in 1924, in what Muslims have often viewed as a British imperial plot.” Continue reading