After a large protest in Iraq for change, led by young people, what is the Iraq of the people now. Iraq Today: the war, sanctions, and the continued occupation
Zelensky’s desire to take the war to Russia may not be clear to the president and senior foreign policy aides in the White House, but it is to those in the American intelligence community who have found it difficult to get their intelligence and their assessments a hearing in the Oval Office.
thermal weapons, white phosphorus, and depleted uranium, as if the Iraqis were guinea pigs. Research confirms that unusual amounts of uranium and mercury are present in the roots of hair, important evidence linked to the use of weapons prohibited by international law.
Why are we sending $100 billion to Ukraine when we can't even clean up a chemical explosion in East Palestine because our government has no resources or can't get organized enough?
Can the 99% be trained to spot the danger of being manipulated through propaganda (emotional buttons of fear, hate, greed, false pride and blind loyalty)?
The war in Iraq has "left scars and a visible legacy" among Iraqis, says Rasouli, who calls for "a just compensation" in the aftermath of the U.S. occupation. https://youtu.be/yit_l19bWms As we continue to look back on the 20th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, we're joined by Sami Rasouli, an Iraqi native who More
Even though we’re truly reaching for the eve of destruction, our Congress instead spends its time stewing over Ticketmaster concert sales while New York City public service ads advise us to deal with nuclear Armageddon by going inside and shutting our windows.
In 2011 Obama approved the $1 trillion nuclear modernization. This [modernization plan] is now approaching a cost of $2 trillion (over a 30-year period). Some of the costly items include 12 new Trident subs at $10 billion each, 100 new B-21 bombers at $560 million each, and 400 new Sentinel Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBMs) at $100 billion that replace the 50-year-old Minuteman missiles.
Those in power must feel our wrath, which means constant acts of non-violence civil disobedience, social and political disruption. Organized power from below is the only power that can save us.
"While China demonstrates the possibility of multi-polarity, or the sharing of power, the U.S. is committed to unipolarity: its domination of world power at any cost."
The appointment to the commission of individuals with deep ties to the contracting and weapons sectors is also consistent with campaign contributions to the chairs of both the House and Senate Armed Services Committees.