Analysis

Michael Flynn, Trump and Russia: What Is Really Going On?

Michael Flynn is Donald Trump’s “favorite general,” advising the Republican presidential candidate on foreign policy and may well be brought in as an advisor if Trump succeeds this November. Politico writes that Flynn “shaped some of Trump’s views, including disdain for the recent nuclear agreement with Iran and calls for a far more aggressive strategy to …

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Why Does Israel Support ISIS?

From the outset of the foreign-sponsored insurrection in Syria, Israel has decidedly backed the armed opponents of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Reports have shown that Israeli forces have been providing safe haven, hospital care and even weaponry to anti-Assad militants, including to the most radical outfits like ISIS and Al-Nusra Front. On top of material …

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2012 Clinton Email Reveals Syria War All About Securing Israeli Hegemony

Hilary Clinton candidly outlined US plans to overthrow Assad as a prelude to weakening Iran in a 2012 email released by Wikileaks. Clinton argued that this criminal policy of regime change in Syria was being pursued in large part to help Israel isolate Iran and thereby weaken Tel Aviv’s other regional foes like …

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Decoding the Paris Attacks: ISIS Blowback or French-Israeli False Flag?

Much evidence has come to light that has punctured a litany of holes in the official narrative of the Friday the 13th terror attacks in Paris, which allegedly claimed the lives of 130 civilians. Mainstream reportage surrounding the event has stimulated a number of intriguing questions about the nature of this operation …

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Is the ‘Migrant Crisis’ Part of a Zionist Plot Against White Europeans?

The ‘migrant crisis’ that has blown up in our faces over the past few months has polarized opinions. Often we are presented with a false dialectical choice of ‘supporting the refugees’ wholeheartedly (by consenting to their continued trek deep into and across Europe as they please) or ‘supporting the wars’ …

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On Russia’s Campaign in Syria

So Russia has launched an air campaign in Syria to allegedly defend the embattled Assad regime. While this action will undoubtedly tickle the fancy of Putin’s diehard supporters in anti-Zionist circles, it does not undermine the logical, factual inferences I laid out in my recent essay. The bottom line is this: Putin …

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Mixed Signals from Moscow: Putin’s Russia, Israel and the Middle East

We have been hearing loud assertions of Russian benevolence towards the Arab world for some time, usually emanating from certain dogmatic quarters of anti-Zionist, anti-imperialist circles on the web. These analysts see themselves as top class mind readers, tapping into the brain of Vladimir Putin and interpreting his every geopolitical …

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The War on Conspiracy Realists Continues

Do you believe that governments occasionally conspire to undermine the public good? Do you believe that governments manipulate people through fear to achieve nefarious ends such as war and intervention abroad? Do you believe that ‘elected’ officials serve rich and powerful special interests rather than the majority population? If you …

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CSIS operative linked to ISIS recruiting of British schoolgirls

The Ottawa Citizen has reported that an individual who authorities believe helped three British schoolgirls travel to Syria to join ISIS is linked to Canada’s intelligence agency, CSIS. The Citizen noted that, “Turkish news agencies reported Thursday that a foreign intelligence agent detained in that country on suspicion of helping the girls travel to neighbouring Syria …

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The Destabilization Doctrine: ISIS, Proxies and Patsies

“Islam and the West at War,” reads a recent New York Times headline. It would certainly seem that way if one were to take at face value the putrid assertions of Western governments that are not particularly known for their honesty or integrity. But astute observers of history and geopolitics can spot a deception …