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Racism in our time: Can it be defeated?

How pervasive is the race problem in the USA? To find an answer we don't need to look beyond the latest revelations from Virginia where...

“Preemptive war could risk millions of casualties. But….”

According to the Washington Post, “Preemptive war could risk millions of casualties. But....” Is that a statement that should ever be followed by a “but”? I...

How Kurdish independence underpins Israel’s plan to reshape the Middle East

Palestinians and Israelis watched last week’s referendum of Iraq’s Kurds with special interest. Israeli officials and many ordinary Palestinians were delighted – for very...

Superspy confesses to MI6 Black Ops in Iran

"Britain’s black ops in Iran range from carrying out assassination attempts to sabotaging and staging coup d'état....Confession to black ops within the Iranian soil is an absolute source of shame for the British government, an egregious invitation to military invasion by the Zio-Americans and the knowledge of it is a bitter reality which will rankle in the Iranian collective memory for all the time to come."

The hand that spurs Iran sanctions

"Indeed, the sanctions are an invasion of justice, a tacit declaration of war and a brutal tactic of breaking down a determined nation who sees no point in bowing down to Washington’s imperialist lust or capitulating to the thieving Zionist regime which has stolen the dreams of a nation."