By Carl Sagan (1982) There is no issue more important than the avoidance of nuclear…
- War is a Racket by Smedley Butler – Still ringing true 80 years on.
- 15 years after the invasion of Iraq, and now largely out of the glare of the media, US and UK oil corporations start to flaunt the spoils of imperial conquest.
- John McCain and other neocons, who’ve spent a lifetime lobbying to nuke Iran back to the stone age, are suddenly filled with opportunistic concern for ordinary Iranians.
- By a complete stroke of luck, Raytheon stock skyrockets after overseas intervention, claims CNBC host.
- Isolated on an island prison, Kurdish leader Apo Öcalan remains oblivious to Turkey’s capture of his Syrian commune.
- Blurred red lines in Syria.
- Passage to Libya: how the Manchester bomber’s militant family were outsourced to kill Gaddafi. Twice.
- ‘Clashes’ and ‘Confrontations’: NY Times’ semantic wranglings whitewash the slaughter of Palestinians.
- British YPJ fighter Anna Campbell executed by fighter jets and missiles manufactured and serviced from her hometown of Bristol.
- Israel experiment with unmanned drones as crowd control instruments, dropping tear gas on Palestinian demonstrators.
- To Preserve a World Graced by Life (Carl Sagan, 1982)