Tag Archives: neocons
Russia and China urge diplomacy to resolve a deepening crisis. They want tensions defused.
“I confess I really had hopes for some conscience from Trump about America’s wars, but I was wrong — fooled again!”
This week on Intercepted we sit down with intrepid investigative reporter Allan Nairn on Trump’s relationship with the CIA…
My answer to the first part of the question is that “voting for Hillary because she is a woman” makes no sense to me at all. Yes, women should get together for causes that affect women in general…But Hillary Clinton is an individual, she is not women in general. Women together might fight for women’s right to be elected President, but that right exists. It cannot be reduced to one particular woman’s right to be President.
Parry: There is nothing wrong with having machines do more of the drudgery and give humans more time to enjoy life. The problem comes when the benefits accrue to a tiny minority and the rest of us are forced to work harder or face declining living standards.
On the Iran treaty, Rowley says Iran has no nuclear weapons program. It’s about the neocons and Israeli fear of Iran power.
Gagnon: Anyone in the west that speaks out against this provocative US-NATO chaos plan is “Putinized” in a classic replay of 1950’s style red-baiting.
Group of neocon extremists was literally just immunized by a federal court from the rule of law. By GLENN GREENWALD The Intercept firstlook.org March 26, 2015 A truly stunning debasement of the U.S. justice system just occurred through the joint efforts of the Obama Justice Department and a meek and frightened Obama-appointed federal judge, Edgardo Ramos, all in order to […]
Evergreene Digest: American warmongers’ fatal conceit — The massive insecurity behind their calls for blood
The neoconservative “do something” crowd are really “Know Nothings” — and fatally misread the decade after 9/11 Forgetting Cheney’s Legacy of Lies Elias Isquith, Salon Saturday, Sep 6, 2014 | In the inaugural post for his new blog at the Intercept, former Washington Post reporter and Huffington Post bureau chief Dan Froomkin makes an argument […]
Breaking Iraq into three fragments will make it easier for the United States to ensure control. This is the cause of strife in Iraq. Sami Rasouli came to the U.S. in July to deliver a plaintive message about this in person: “I am here to tell you: don’t try to solve the problem of Iraq. […]
Mark Fiore’s new hilarious animation features a hot summer “I Raq” concert, starring Dick Cheney, Paul Wolfowitz, Ahmed Chalabi, and more neocon war criminals parading all over the news discussing the crisis in Iraq. Read about Fiore’s inspiration for “Neocon Reunion Tour” and watch the animation. To watch the animated cartoon, click here. By Mark Fiore […]
Exclusive: The U.S. press coverage of the Ukraine crisis has been stunningly biased and one-sided, placing virtually all the blame on Russian President Putin. One of the worst offenders in this journalistic travesty has been the New York Times, writes Robert Parry. By Robert Parry ConsortiumNews.com May 26, 2014 As part of the New York Times’ sorry […]
Exclusive: Official Washington’s bipartisan hysteria over Ukraine and Crimea is evidence that the neocons not only weathered the public fury over the Iraq War but are now back shaping U.S. geopolitical strategies, reports Robert Parry. By Robert Parry ConsortiumNews.com March 14, 2014 By the middle of last decade, the storm clouds were building over the neocons: their “regime […]
Iran War on the Ballot By Robert Parry (about the author) OpEdNews Op Eds 10/28/2012 opednews.com Cross-posted from Consortium News Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama at the Oct. 22 debate which concentrated on foreign policy. (Photo credit: barackobama.com) A deal to resolve the Iranian nuclear dispute, based on face-to-face negotiations between Iranian and U.S. officials, […]
Neocons to the Front: Five Reasons Not to Intervene in Syria Now Neoconservative enthusiasm for intervention, perhaps somewhat dimmed by years of death, destruction, and failure in Afghanistan and Iraq, was reinvigorated by the fall of Gaddafi. By Steve Breyman (about the author) Oct. 1, 2012 opednews.com Last Friday (9/28), neocon military historian and columnist Max Boot […]
Glenn Greenwald> This nicely summarizes the state of American neocon foreign policy discourse at the moment: I actually consider the discussion there mildly more elevated and sober than that Wall Street Journal Op-Ed from the NYPD official today warning of an Iranian attack on New York City. Join Us! Subscribe to WAMMToday from our blog website and “Follow” […]