WikiLeaks Releases Even More OPCW Douma Documents

On Friday, WikiLeaks released even more internal emails and documents from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) related to the alleged chemical attack in Douma, Syria, on April 7th 2018. The release is the fourth leak related to the alleged attack, an incident that was used as the pretext for an airstrike … Continue reading “WikiLeaks Releases Even More OPCW Douma Documents”

New Leaks Provide Further Evidence Into OPCW Douma Cover Up

WikiLeaks published more documents and emails from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) related to the alleged chemical attack in Douma, Syria on April 7th 2018. The alleged attack was blamed on the Syrian government. Before any real evidence was presented, the US, UK, and France responded to these allegations with an … Continue reading “New Leaks Provide Further Evidence Into OPCW Douma Cover Up”

The Think Tank Dedicated To Keeping the US in the Syria Quagmire

The Institute for the Study of War (ISW) released a report on November 21st titled "Russia’s Dead-End Diplomacy in Syria." The report focuses on Russia’s role in supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and calls for the U.S. to maintain a presence in Syria. The ISW presents itself as a "non-partisan, non-profit, public policy research organization." … Continue reading “The Think Tank Dedicated To Keeping the US in the Syria Quagmire”

Russiagaters Pivot Focus to Russian State Media

As the race for 2020 heats up, the mainstream media is hard at work, stoking fears of Russian influence. NBC News ran a story on a report about Russia’s English-speaking media outlet’s coverage of 2020 presidential candidates. The report was released Tuesday, by former FBI agent Clint Watts who is a fellow at the Foreign … Continue reading “Russiagaters Pivot Focus to Russian State Media”

Israeli Soldier Gets Slap on the Wrist for Murder of Unarmed Child

An Israeli soldier was convicted for the death of a 15-year-old Palestinian boy during the Great March of Return protests last year at the border fence that separates the Gaza Strip from Israel. This soldier is the first Israeli to be convicted of anything since the protests began in March 2018. Not surprisingly, this soldier … Continue reading “Israeli Soldier Gets Slap on the Wrist for Murder of Unarmed Child”

Another Russiagate Flop: Senate Finance Committee Calls NRA a Russian Asset

The U.S. Senate Finance Committee released a report in September, claiming the National Rifle Association (NRA) acted as a "foreign asset" for Russia in the run-up to the 2016 election. The 77-page minority report released by Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) focuses on a 2015 NRA delegation to Russia, and the relationship between the NRA and … Continue reading “Another Russiagate Flop: Senate Finance Committee Calls NRA a Russian Asset”

Former US Envoys to Afghanistan Want To Kill Peace Deal

Nine former U.S. envoys to Afghanistan put their names on an article posted on the Atlantic Council’s blog on Tuesday. The article, titled "U.S.-Taliban Negotiations: How to Avoid Rushing to Failure," makes the argument that if a major withdrawal of U.S. troops occurred in Afghanistan, the country would fall into a "total civil war." The … Continue reading “Former US Envoys to Afghanistan Want To Kill Peace Deal”

Trump Is Not a ‘Russian Asset’

President Trump stirred some controversy when he attended the G7 summit in France last weekend and suggested that Russia should rejoin the group. Trump’s critics in the mainstream media and intelligence community were quick to say his suggestion was a sign that he’s a "Russian asset" or "Putin’s puppet." The evidence for these accusations are … Continue reading “Trump Is Not a ‘Russian Asset’”

New Study: China Would Beat US Military in Pacific

The United States Studies Centre (USSC), a research center based at the University of Sydney in Australia, released a study titled, "Averting Crisis: American Strategy, Military Spending and Collective Defence in the Indo-Pacific." The study makes the argument that the US would not be able to defeat China in a military confrontation in the Indo-Pacific. … Continue reading “New Study: China Would Beat US Military in Pacific”

NBC Blames Russia for Drawing Attention to Racist Incidents

NBC news ran a story titled, "Russia-linked Twitter accounts promoted ‘doxxing’ over racial tension videos." The article claims some videos that went viral on twitter featuring confrontations between white people and minorities would not have been so popular if it wasn’t for some "Russia-linked" twitter accounts. The first incident the story mentions is from October … Continue reading “NBC Blames Russia for Drawing Attention to Racist Incidents”