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Avoiding Another War In North Korea

By William Cox
During the Korean War, the United States dropped more bombs and napalm on North Korea than was used against the Japanese during World War II. The carpet bombing destroyed all of the cities and most of the villages in North Korea. More than 3,000,000 Korean civilians died in the war—most were in the North. Since the war ended with a cease fire in 1953, the North has been governed by the Kim family dictatorship, which uses the threat of American aggression to maintain its ironfisted physical and mind control of the North Korean people. President Trump is now threatening another destructive war against the North Korean people and their society. He must not be allowed to do this—there is another way to deal with the problem. As a matter of policy, Trump can redirect his energy and efforts onto the person of Kim Jong-un, the country's dictator, who not only threatens the safety of other nations, but who holds his own people in slavery. Why should the United States make war…

Washington is Leading the U.S. and its Vassal States to Total Destruction

Sauron Rules in Washington By Paul Craig Roberts “The problem is that the world has listened to Americans for far too bloody long.”  — Dr. Julian Osborne, from the 2000 film version of Nevil Shute’s 1957 book, On the BeachA reader asked why neoconservatives push toward nuclear war when there can be no winners. If all die, what is the point? The answer is that the neoconservatives believe that the US can win at minimum and perhaps zero damage. Their insane plan is as follows: Washington will ring Russia and China with anti-ballistic missile bases in order to provide a shield against a retaliatory strike from Russia and China. Moreover, these US anti-ABM bases also can deploy nuclear attack missiles unknown to Russia and China, thus reducing the warning time to five minutes, leaving Washington’s victims little or no time in which to make a decision. The neoconservatives think that Washington’s first strike will so badly damage the Russian and Chinese retaliatory capabilities that both govern…


Originally appeared Zerohedge After 9 gigabytes of Macron-linked documents and emails were released on an anonymous pastebin website on Friday afternoon in what Macron’s campaign said was a “massive and coordinated” hacking attack, France – fearing a similar response to what happened with Hillary Clinton after 35,000 John Podesta emails were released one month before the US presidential election – cracked down on the distribution of the files, warning on Saturday it would be a “criminal offense” to republish the data, and warning the French media not to publish content from any of the hacked emails “to prevent the outcome of the vote being influenced.” Quoted by Reuters, the French election commission said in a statement that “on the eve of the most important election for our institutions, the commission calls on everyone present on internet sites and social networks, primarily the media, but also all citizens, to show responsibility and not to pass on this content, so as not to disto…


FILE IMAGE The Turkish Army will be deployed tonight to the Syrian province of Idlib (controlled by various anti-government militant factions) in roder to enforce the de-escalation zones agreed during the peace talks in Astana, the Rudaw media outlet reported citing an opposition source. View image on Twitter Rudaw English ✔@RudawEnglish BREAKING: Opposition source tells Rudaw reporter that Turkish army will be deployed tonight to Syria's Idlib to enforce de-escalation zones 6:59 PM - 6 May 2017


Kurdish militias are calling for a no-fly zone at the Syrian-Turkish border, Nesrin Ebdullah, a spokesperson for the Women’s Protection Units [YPJ; a female version of the People’s Protection Units (YPG)], said according to the Russian state-run media outlet Sputnik. “We demand this. We want to be protected from the threat of aerial operations. We demand guarantees that we would be secure. Our people must be safeguarded against aerial operations. Today Turkey carried out an aerial operation. No one knows what would happen tomorrow. The coalition forces must protect us and the territory we have liberated. The [US-led] coalition must take action,” Sputnik qouted the YPJ representative as saying. The YPG and the YPJ are the core of the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) operating in northern Syria. Despite this, Kurdish units are bombed and shelled on a constant basis by the Turkish Air Force and the Turkish Army. Ankara describes the YPG and YPJ as a terrorist group for their all…