Stephanie Sledge, Look Who Gets to Make Billions off the Coronavirus Outbreak

Stephanie Sledge Trump himself named these companies that would enter into a historical Public-Private Partnership in regards to the alleged outbreak of the Coronavirus. These agencies and corporate businesses have partnered together and were charged in the following ways to combat the alleged outbreak. Is this a massive health crisis unleashed upon America or is it a planned simulation by Bill Gates and Co…? These companies and agencies who are allowed to partner together prior to a national emergency being declared must be examined closely in their roles during the total lock-down…

Arun Gupta, Trump Beats Biden

By Arun Gupta, Jacobin The Democratic Party establishment has united behind the candidate who has failed at running for president for 32 years. Defender of banks and drug companies, Joe Biden is the swamp creature of Donald Trump’s dreams. oe Biden may have pulled off a miracle on Super Tuesday, but he is a desperation candidate for Democratic National Committee (DNC) honchos. For a year, they flirted with Beto O’Rourke and Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar and Mike Bloomberg, and they even considered Elizabeth Warren in the hopes that someone,…

Robert Fisk, Trump’s ‘deal of the century’ is so absurd and banal, it’s impossible to take it seriously

Robert Fisk Truly, all must read these 80 pages. And every reader should go through them twice – in case, first time round, they missed some extra egregious indignity inflicted upon the Palestinians When the two old political fraudsters emerged at theWhite House this week with the most deranged, farcical tragi-comedy in Middle East history, it was difficult to know whether to laugh or cry. The 80-page “peace” plan from the White House contained 56 references to “Vision” in its first 60 pages – and yes, with a capital V on each occasion to suggest, I…

Jim Fetzer, Impeachment Nearing Conclusion: Recent Developments Point to Outcome

Jim Fetzer The impeachment trial of Donald J. Trump exemplifies the classic proverb, “You can’t make a silk purse from a sow’s ear”. The Democrats have been out for his scalp even before his inauguration, where the abuses of the FISA Court are unraveling with the determination two of four warrants on which the surveillance of Carter Page was based were invalid, which means that investigations and prosecutions based on them qualify as “fruit of the poisonous tree”. The “two hop” rule allowed the FBI to investigate those who had direct contact with Page and…

Mario Loyola, Abuse of Power Is a Dangerous Standard for Democrats to Play With

Mario Loyola Almost the minute after the White House released its 110-page brief for the Senate impeachment trial, careful observers noticed a contradiction between the White House counsel’s view and Attorney General William Barr’s. The White House brief argues that there can be no impeachable “abuse of power” without a violation of established law. Meanwhile, in a memorandum to senior Justice Department lawyers written while he was still a private citizen in 2018, Barr argued that abuse of power can indeed be impeachable even if there is no crime. As a purely legal matter,…

Kurt Nimmo, David Wurmser and Trump’s Zionist-Occupied Brain

KURT NIMMO Trump’s brain is not his own. It’s antisemitism time. If you criticize Israel and the cadre of chickenhawk neocons steering Donald Trump’s foreign policy, you will be pilloried and exiled to the political wilderness, forever condemned as a white supremacist. Scratch a little bit beneath the surface and you will discover at the core of this anti-free speech campaign a rabid Zionist, the same Zionist agitators responsible for advocating and organizing the murder of over a million Iraqis. It’s no longer permissible to criticize Jewish neocons. The very word…

Scott Ritter, Iran holds all the cards in coming Middle East conflict with US, unless Trump is ready to drop a tactical NUKE

Scott Ritter Iran has promised retaliation for the assassination of Qassem Suleimani. Donald Trump said this will lead to a disproportionate response from the US. One side can deliver on its threats, the other can’t, unless it goes nuclear. Iran means business “Our reaction,” Iranian general Hossein Dehghan said at the weekend, “will be wise, well considered and, in time, with decisive deterrent effect.” Dehghan also noted that Iran was not seeking a wider confrontation with the US. “It was America that has started the war. Therefore, they should accept appropriate reactions…

Patrick J. McShay, Targeted Assassinations and Foreign Entanglements

Patrick J. McShay “The Iranian regime’s aggression in the region including their use of proxy fighters to destabilize its neighbors must end and it must end now!“ *President Donald J. Trump President Trump’s former National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster once said that “there are basically two ways to fight the United States, asymmetrically and stupid.” We know the disparities between Iran and the U.S. are immense but how much do we really know about Iran’s full capability? One thing we do know is that Iran is a much graver threat…

Scott Ritter, Iranian Revenge Will Be A Dish Best Served Cold

Scott Ritter But the time and place will be of their choosing, when the U.S. expects it least. The assassination by the United States of Qassem Suleimani, a senior Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps general and commander of the Quds Force, an Iranian paramilitary force specializing in covert operations on foreign soil, has sent shock waves through the Middle East and around the globe. The Trump administration has justified its action, citing unspecified intelligence that indicated Suleimani was in the process of finalizing plans for attacks on U.S. personnel and interests…

Joe Cortina with Brother Nathanial, Trump Starts Endless War On Iran

Interview With Joe Cortina – Ex Green Beret By Brother Nathanael Kapner, January 5 2020 ____________________________ Brother Nathanael: Last Friday, by order of President Trump, the US military killed Iranian General, Quassem Soleimani, by a Reaper drone strike in Baghdad. Also killed was prominent Iraqi Commander of Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Forces, Mahdi Muhandis. What’s your reaction?   Joe Cortina: US military officials did not “kill” these Generals, they murdered them. We use the word “kill” only in actual war time scenarios. This strike however was made without Congressional approval or notification, had nothing to do with “security,” and was executed in…