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On the Brink of War and Economic Collapse, by Paul Craig Roberts

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Dr. Paul Craig Roberts

On occasion a reader will ask if I can give readers some good news. The answer is: not unless I lie to you like “your” government and the mainstream media do. If you want faked “good news,” you need to retreat into The Matrix. In exchange for less stress and worry, you will be led unknowingly into financial ruin and nuclear armageddon.

If you want to be forewarned, and possibly prepared, for what “your” government is bringing you, and have some small chance of redirecting the course of events, read and support this site. It is your site. I already know these things. I write for you.

The neoconservatives, a small group of warmongers strongly allied with the military/industrial complex and Israel, gave us Granada and the Contras affair in Nicaragua. President Reagan fired them, and they were prosecuted, but subsequently pardoned by Reagan’s successor, George H.W. Bush.

Ensconced in think tanks and protected by Israeli and military/security complex money, the neoconservatives reemerged in the Clinton administration and engineered the breakup of Yugoslavia, the war against Serbia, and the expansion of NATO to Russia’s borders. Lire la suite »

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Krugman, Putin and the New York Times, by Edward S. Herman

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Paul Krugman is an outstanding scholar-journalist, arguably the most enlightening among the New York Times’s regulars. He has grown in his years with the Times, possibly to the dismay of the top brass of the paper. When he was taken on as a regular in 2000 Krugman was a free trade enthusiast, and in his very first regular column (January 2, 2000) he admonished the protesters at the World Trade Organization gathering in Seattle (12/99) for portraying globalization as “an ideology of and for a rootless cosmopolitan elite that is out of touch with ordinary people.” He claimed then that the protesters’ oppositional cause is “denying opportunity to Third World workers.” The big problem for the next century, as Krugman then saw it, was whether the recent beneficial globalization revolution could build a mass constituency. Krugman had earlier been a strong supporter of NAFTA, a believer in the policy-constraining effects of the “natural rate of unemployment,” which he took as a given, as well as accepting that the concern over poverty had “exhausted the patience of the general public” and dealing with it was “politically out of bounds.” He also claimed that Western nations had “grown out of the sabre-rattling nationalism that led to catastrophic warfare in 1914.” (This was just after the U.S. war on Yugoslavia and the early moves of Clinton in expanding NATO toward the Russian border.) Krugman was in tune with the NYT editors. Lire la suite »

Warning to the World: Washington and its NATO & EU Vassals are Insane, by Paul Craig Roberts

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NATO summit in Cardiff. D.R.

Herbert E. Meyer, a nutcase who was a special assistant to the CIA director for a period during the Reagan administration, has penned an article calling for Russian President Putin’s assassination. If we have “ to get him out of the Kremlin feet-first with a bullet hole in the back of his head, that would be okay with us.” http://www.americanthinker.com/2014/08/how_to_solve_the_putin_problem.html
As the crazed Meyer illiustrates, the insanity that Washington has released upon the world knows no restraint. Jose Manual Barroso, installed as Washington’s puppet as European Commission President, misrepresented his recent confidential telephone conversation with Russia’s President Putin by telling the media that Putin issued a threat: “If I want to, I can take Kiev in two weeks.” Lire la suite »

War is Our Business and Business Looks Good by Edward S. Herman

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Pr. Edward S. Herman. D.R.

It is enlightening to see how pugnacious the U.S. establishment, led by the Peace Laureate, has been in dealing with the Ukraine crisis. The crisis arguably began when the Yanukovich government rejected an EU bailout program in favor of one offered by Russia. The mainstream media (MSM) have virtually suppressed the fact that the EU proposal was not only less generous than the one offered by Russia, but that whereas the Russian plan did not preclude further Ukrainian deals with the EU the EU plan would have required a cut-off of further Russian arrangements. And whereas the Russian deal had no military clauses, that of the EU required that Ukraine affiliate with NATO. Lire la suite »